Stephen Curry, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, World Handball Championship: Wednesday 15 December

What you may have missed from last night to this morning

1. Basketball – NBA: Curry wipes Allen’s record off the shelf

The suspense didn’t last long. On Tuesday night on the parquet floor at Madison Square Garden, Stephen Curry broke the NBA regular-season 3-pointer record with just two solid attempts in just a few minutes. With 2,977 attempts from long range, the Warriors point guard now leads Ray Allen (2,973), who was in attendance with Reggie Miller (2,560). The Golden State star (21 points) also largely contributed to his team’s success against the Knicks (96-105).

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2. Football – Premier League: Manchester City fall apart from Bielsa’s Leeds

Last season, the reunion between Guardiola and Bielsa sparked a close tactical confrontation. This time, however, there is no opponent. Leeds drank all their cups (7-0) at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City were ruthless towards Leeds. Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Kevin De Bruyne (Double), Riyad Mahrez, John Stones and Nathan Aké join the Skyblues festival, guaranteeing a top spot at the end of Day 17.

3. Soccer – Bundesliga: Bayern win again in autumn

This should come as no surprise to anyone: In Germany, Bayern Munich are autumn champions. In Stuttgart on Tuesday night, the Bavarians need just one point to secure a lead in the Bundesliga at the end of the first leg. They bagged three and didn’t deprive themselves of performances (0-5). Swabian was martyred by hat-trick author Serge Gnabry. Robert Lewandowski was content with scoring twice.

Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich).

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1. Handball – World Championships: Les Bleues faces Swedish obstacles

With six wins in as many matches, France is close to perfection in the first two rounds of the World Championship. The final table is on and the crunch time is approaching, with Les Bleues having the right to play Sweden in the quarter-finals this Wednesday (8.30pm). Keep in mind that these two options have already met twice during the Olympics a few months ago. In the group stage (28-28), Olivier Krumbholz’s men then beat the Scandinavians in the semi-finals (29-27).

Coralie Lassource (France) v Russia / World Championship 2021

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2. Football – Premier League: Arsenal, derby revealed

Arsenal’s performances have been improving for weeks. So much so that the Gunners, who last came at the end of August and are now not far from fourth, are occupied by West Ham. That’s good: Mikel Arteta’s side will host the Hammers this Wednesday (9pm) at the Emirates Stadium. This promising London derby will also be particularly important for Alexandre Lacazette, who must capitalise on the humiliation of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (removed from the captain’s armband and sidelined) Show what he can bring to the team.

3. Football – Bundesliga: Borussia must react, Leipzig must continue

For Dortmund, there is no more time to waste. A day after Bayern Munich’s win in Stuttgart, the marsupials found themselves nine points off the top spot. Erling Haaland’s team-mates therefore have no choice but to dominate the Red Lanterns’ Grutherfeldt this Wednesday (8.30pm) if they also want to remain in suspense in the title race. Meanwhile, RB Leipzig will be in Augsburg, trying to confirm its revival there under the orders of Domenico Tedesco.

Erling Haaland (Dortmund)

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