Marcos Llorente, the unexpected hero in Anfield, has made a very special donation in the charity raffle #lamejorasistencia sponsored by the ACB in which different sports personalities have contributed precious objects for them. Carlos Sainz jr., Sergio Rodríguez, Bruno Hortelano … And the rojiblanco footballer. All the benefits of this initiative will go to the fight against Covid-19 And Llorente has not hesitated to contribute an object that is already part of the Atletico history: the shirt he wore that night in the cold and hail in Liverpool.Because Llorente, in principle substitute, entered through Diego Costa to provide muscle to an Atlético who saw how Klopp’s Liverpool equaled Saúl’s goal on the way before the break. Already on the field and as soon as overtime began, Liverpool knocked him down, 2-0, the quarters were his. Then that shirt that the red and white half wore appeared in the game to change it forever. A goal, another and an assist. The winning Atlético, 3-2, and fourth finalist. Llorente stretching his black shirt in the corner while all his teammates hugged him. Now it adds another heroicity. Because what is written, despite being an object for the red and white history, the medium has detached itself from it to add its grain of sand in the fight against the pandemic that is raging and has locked up the world. Despite the special meaning that it has for him, that his dog has been baptized with the name of the stadium: Anfield, as revealed on social networks. Both Saúl and Simeone, with two campaign #saldremosjuntos and #lodarestodoThey have also led initiatives to fight with solidarity against the coronavirus.
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Three Oregon pet owners were cited for second-degree animal neglect after police investigated reports of dogs and cats that had been left in hot cars.The Register-Guard reports Springfield Police Lt. Scott McKee says a Yorkshire terrier, a Shih Tzu, a long-haired cat and a dachshund all survived Wednesday after being left in cars where their skin temperatures were measured at between 110 and 114 degrees.McKee says his department received seven calls reporting animals in hot cars before 5 p.m. Wednesday. The temperature at the Eugene Airport reached 102 on Wednesday.Second-degree animal neglect is a misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty in Oregon of six months in jail and a $2,500 fine.