Round-Up: Infantino investigation, Intel takes Jio stake, Cricket Australia player pay agreement, and more

FIFA President Gianni Infantino speaks to the media after a Fifa Council meeting. (Photo by Fred Lee - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images).

Formula One motor-racing returned at the weekend after its Covid-19 suspension with a grand prix behind closed doors at Austria's Red Bull Ring. All drivers, teams and personnel tested negative for Covid-19 ahead of the race. Among the notable features of the weekend, drivers led by Lewis Hamiton 'took a knee' in support of the recent global racial equality protests - CNA/Reuters

Switzerland has appointed a special prosecutor to examine criminal allegations against Fifa president Gianni Infantino and the country's Attorney General Michael Lauber. The allegations are in relation to meetings between Infantino and Lauber while the latter's office was investigating suspected corruption at football's world governing body - CNA/Reuters

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