The Danish Football Association revealed on Monday that it will raise funds for migrant workers who have helped build World Cup projects in Qatar by providing money for every goal scored in November from base matches to the Superliga.

Each goal scored in Denmark in November across the leagues would mean 10 kroner (about $1.30) donated by the football authorities.

The Danish Federation said there are 55,000 targets in November 2021. A similar figure this year will raise about $73,000. The money will go to the Building and Wood Workers Union (BWI) to target construction workers in Qatar.

Kevin Durant scored 36 points in the Nets’ win over the Pacers

Kevin Durant scored a roaring 36 points to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a four-game winning streak and a 116-109 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Monday in New York.

Marking the 15th anniversary of his professional debut, Durant made 13 of 22 shots and overtook former Netizen Vince Carter to move to the 19th place on the NBA’s first-half scorer list. The 34-year-old also contributed nine rebounds and seven assists.

Brooklyn scored up to 24 points early in the second quarter and earned 19 points midway through the third, but allowed the Pacers to draw halfway through the fourth before finishing with a win.

Bologna beat Monza in the Italian Serie A

Having trailed 1-0 thanks to a penalty from Andrea Pettagna 12 minutes into the second half, Bologna returned to grab two Serie A points away from home.

Louis Ferguson (60Β°) and Riccardo Orsolini (73Β°) scored in the second half to score the victory at the Brianto Stadium.

As a result, Bologna is now 12th in the points table, surpassing Monza and at the level of Fiorentina. The next challenges for them ahead of the World Cup break include Torino, Inter and Sassuolo.

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