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Serbian footballer sentenced to three months at home for curfew breach

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Serbian footballer Aleksandar Prijovic has been sentenced to three months of home detention for flouting a curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus.

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The 29-year-old striker who plays for Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad pleaded guilty at a video link trial in Belgrade on Saturday.

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Milica Mijatovic's plan was simple: Win the W-League Grand Final with Melbourne City on Saturday, then fly home to Serbia on Sunday. But things didn't go to plan.

Mijatovic won the W-League championship on March 21 but, unlike her foreign teammates, she didn't get to fly home as Serbia closed its borders and airports due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving her stuck in Melbourne for the foreseeable future.

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Luka Jovic's father has defended the Real Madrid forward over claims he risked public health by failing to self-isolate -- while accepting that if guilty, his son should face jail time.

The 22-year-old Jovic has faced public outrage and been criticised by Serbia's president and prime minister after flying to Belgrade with the permission of Real Madrid's medical department.

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The president of Serbia has said Real Madrid forward Luka Jovic faces arrest if he fails to observe his coronavirus self-isolation.

Jovic, 22, has been the subject of fierce criticism in Serbia after flying home last Thursday, with the permission of Real Madrid's medical department.

He has since been seen out in Belgrade, as has fellow player Nikola Ninkovic of Serie B side Ascoli.

"One of them [Ninkovic] is in a hotel and the other [Jovic] is in his apartment" Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic...

Real Madrid's Jovic facing criticism in Serbia after travelling home amid team lockdown for coronavirus

Luka Jovic is facing criticism in his native Serbia after the Real Madrid forward travelled home, with the club's permission, to continue his coronavirus self-isolation.

Sources have confirmed to ESPN that the 22-year-old striker flew to Belgrade last Thursday.

He was given the go-ahead to travel by Real Madrid's medical department, with the understanding that he would continue to self-isolate there.

The Real Madrid squad have been in quarantine at home and their Valdebebas training complex...