McLaren boss sees a world of virtual F1 teams
WOKING, England All Formula One teams could eventually have their own virtual counterpart, while gaming can become the new grassroots of the sport, McLaren executive director Zak Brown said on Monday.
LIMA Argentine forward Angel Correa says he is ready to fill the void left by talismanic striker Lionel Messi for their World Cup qualifier away at Peru on Thursday.
Five-times World Player of the Year Messi will miss the fixture with a thigh problem, giving the 21-year-old Atletico Madrid forward Correa a chance to add to his five caps.
"There is only one Messi," Correa told reporters after training on Tuesday. "I am happy to be here and if I am to replace him then I will try to do it in the best way possible and help the team."
Argentina are third in the South American qualifying group for the 2018 World Cup, a point adrift of leaders Uruguay approaching the halfway stage.
Peru sit ninth in the 10-team standings which will provide up to five qualifiers for the tournament in Russia.
(Reporting by Reuters TV; Editing by Patrick Johnston/John O'Brien)
Iran's Esteghlal claimed a 1-0 win over Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates with Kaveh Rezaei's last-gasp penalty in the first leg of their Asian Champions League last 16 tie on Monday.