In this week's sports news: ● Independent women's single shuttler Goh Jin Wei, who was the hot favorite to win gold at the Malaysia Games pulled out to participate in the India International Challenge. With her withdrawal, the Gold medal is now up for grabs for the other competitors. ● National Mixed doubles shuttler Shevon Lai Jemie-Goh Soon Huat is looking to end the year with a bang by securing a medal in a major event before year end. The duo are ranked 13th in the world and are set to qualify for the World Tour Finals held in Guangzhou, China in December. ● Arsenal's Ethan Nwaneri became the youngest player in Premier League History when he came on to the pitch during Arsenal's 3-0 win over Brentford. He is currently the age of 15 beating the record previously held by Harvey Elliott. He is being compared with the likes of Man City star Phil Foden who started at the age of 17. ● Atletico Madrid fans were filmed racially abusing Real Madrid's Brazilian forward Vinicius Junior outside Atletico's stadium ahead of the Madrid derby which Real Madrid won 2-1. Atletico Madrid is in touch with the authorities and is looking to identify the people behind this. ● Miami Heat has recently signed guard Dru Smith. However the terms of the deal were not disclosed. Smith appeared in three Summer League games with the Heat and previously was playing with Miami's G league affiliate, The Sioux Fall Skyforce last season. ● Timberwolves star guard Anthony Edwards was fined $40,000 by the NBA on Tuesday for homobhopic comments that he made on social media. The video was then deleted and has made an apology regarding his behavior.
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