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Msia vs Indonesia: Over 1400 cops will be on duty
Nov 18, 2019
More than 1,400 police personnel will be on duty around the Bukit Jalil stadium tomorrow, for the World Cup qualifier between Malaysia and Indonesia.
The KL Police chief says they are tasked with maintaining public order, and to ensure that traffic around the stadium runs smoothly.
He also reminded fans of both teams to behave, adding that any form of provocation will be strictly dealt with.
This is in response to the crowd trouble that marred the match between both teams in Jakarta.
Ferrari drivers escape punishment for clash
Race stewards have decided not to penalise Ferrari duo Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel, for their crash at the Brazilian F1 GP.
The stewards ruled that neither was "predominantly to blame" for the collision, at the later part of the race
Vettel and Leclerc were battling for fourth place when their cars made contact, and both drivers had to retire from the race as a result of the damage.
Liverpool ruled out making a bid for Mbappe next summer
Liverpool have ruled out making a bid for PSG's Kylian Mbappe next summer.
According to reports, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp feels that the French forward is too expensive, with a reported transfer price of at least 170 million pounds.
This means that Real Madrid are the outright favourites to sign Mbappe, with boss Zinedine Zidane said to be desperate to strengthen his attacking lineup.
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