Loading… “So, yeah, I’m definitely eager to come back and to do well and to help the team and to give my all, my heart for this great club. “My goal is to be a regular for the club, to win so many trophies for the club, to have memorable experiences with this club. That’s the goal. read also:Here’s how Man Utd could line-up for FA Cup tie “I think that’s everyone’s goal who plays in the team for Manchester.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Timothy Fosu-Mensah believes he can make it at Manchester United. Fosu-Mensah has not played for United since the final day of the 2016-17 season against Crystal Palace, but is set to be given another chance at the club after they extended his contract to 2021 earlier this year. “Who doesn’t want to play for United?” Fosu-Mensah told the PA news agency.Advertisement Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAP9 Iconic Roles That Could Have Been Played By Different ActorsThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body
Cristiano Ronaldo converted two penalty kicks, both awarded for handballs, with the second in the last minute on Saturday, as Serie A leaders Juventus twice hit back to draw 2-2 with Atalanta.The draw helped the defending champions to move closer to a ninth successive Serie A title. The Portuguese forward took his league tally to 28 goals this season as Juventus went eight points clear of second-placed Lazio with six matches to play.Atalanta are a further point back in third after being denied a 10th successive league win.Both handballs were clearly accidental but, under the current rules, referee Piero Giacomelli had no option but to award the penalty kicks.However, it was rough justice on Atalanta.The team, which leads Serie A in scoring, would have climbed into second place and cut the gap between themselves and Juventus to six points if they had won. Juventus, humbled 4-2 at AC Milan on Tuesday, dropped Miralem Pjanic but were quickly forced onto the back foot by a typically audacious Atalanta side.Duvan Zapata put the visitors ahead in the 16th minute.An intricate exchange of passes with Alejandro Gomez opened up the Juventus defence before the Colombian slotted his shot past Wojciech Szczesny.The visitors continued to pen Juventus into their half, enjoying 58 per cent possession and five shots to the home team’s one before half-time.They however went on to fall foul of the handball rule 10 minutes after the break. Paulo Dybala fired a cross against Marten de Roon’s elbow.Although it was at point-blank range and the Dutchman’s arm was close to his chest, the referee immediately pointed to the penalty kick spot.Ronaldo smashed home the penalty kick, scoring for the sixth game in a row.The game opened up, with Atalanta regaining the lead in the 81st minute when Luis Muriel sent a pass across the face of the penalty area to Ruslan Malinovskyi.RelatedPosts Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years He took it in his stride before firing a right foot shot past Szczesny.But lightning struck a second time for Atalanta when Gonzalo Higuain got his foot to a corner kick and deflected the ball onto Muriel’s hand.The Colombian did not have time to get his hand out of the way but, as it was outstretched, the penalty kick had to be given and Ronaldo converted in the 90th minute.Reuters/NAN.Tags: AtalantaCristiano RonaldoDuvan ZapataJuventusPaul DybalaSerie A
City took full advantage of Arsenal’s midweek 2-2 draw at Southampton to thump Spurs at White Hart Lane and move a point ahead at the top of the Barclays Premier League. Afterwards, Spurs manager Tim Sherwood hailed Manuel Pellegrini’s men as “the best team on the planet”. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger understands why “on fire” Manchester City are winning all the plaudits, but believes on another day they would not have romped to a 5-1 victory at Tottenham. Wenger, though, feels the final scoreline does not tell the whole story. Spurs had a goal from Michael Dawson – which would have levelled the match at 1-1 – disallowed, before City benefited from a controversial penalty award at the start of the second half. The assistant referee ruled that defender Danny Rose had fouled Edin Dzeko, but replays showed Rose had touched the ball and on Friday the red card he was shown was rescinded. City managed 24 shots and 66 per cent possession, but Wenger believes the match could have gone in a different direction. “Everybody speaks of course that they had an impressive win, and a great quality game as well at Tottenham, but if you analyse it well this game could have turned,” said Wenger. “All the turning points went in their favour. If they had not, then you are not sure they would have won the game.” With City hosting third-placed Chelsea on Monday night, Arsenal could go back to the top of the table if they beat Crystal Palace on Sunday. Wenger challenged his men to focus on their own performances rather than worry about what City might produce. “At the moment they are on fire, but I believe we have just to focus on our own run because if you look at the schedule if we are consistent we have a good chance to do it,” said Wenger. “You cannot speculate on any weakness in Man City in the coming months, so let’s focus on us and our strengths. “I believe we can (win the title) if we keep the consistency and manage to win the big games – one of them will be Man City at home, and of course that will be very important.” Press Association
(REUTERS) – Rachael Heyhoe Flint, who captained England against Australia in the first women’s cricket match played at Lord’s in 1976, has died at the age of 77.The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) expressed condolences yesterday at the passing of a pioneer of the women’s game, who captained England between 1966 and 1978 and in 2004 was the first woman elected to the MCC committee.“This is a terribly sad day for everyone involved in cricket and all of us at MCC,” said club president Matthew Fleming in a statement.“Rachael Heyhoe Flint was a pioneer of women’s cricket – she was the first global superstar in the women’s game and her overall contribution to MCC, cricket and sport in general was immense.”The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) also hailed her contribution to the game.“Rachael was one of our sport’s true pioneers and it is no exaggeration to say that she paved the way for the progress enjoyed by recent generations of female cricketers,” said Clare Connor, the ECB’s director of women’s cricket.Heyhoe Flint, who played 22 Test matches and 23 one-day internationals, was a vice-president of Wolverhampton Wanderers soccer club, whose players will wear black armbands in Saturday’s Championship game at Norwich City.
Florida’s health department today reported 8,942 new cases of COVID-19, smashing the previous record of 5,511. The new cases bring the total confirmed cases in the state to 122,960, including 3,366 deaths. After setting another one-day COVID-19 record on Wednesday, Florida broke the record again today, with a massive increase of almost 9,000 new cases. In South Florida, Miami-Dade County’s confirmed cases increased by 1,532 to 30,196. The county has 946 deaths, the highest total in the state. Broward’s cases increased by 736 to 13,320. The county’s death toll rose to 381. Palm Beach County’s cases increased by 658 to 12,498, with the death toll at 490. While some counties have increased safety measures such as requiring face coverings for all residents and harsher penalties for non-compliant businesses, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis still maintains that the increase in cases is as a result of increased testing. “What we’re seeing today, obviously a lot of news [is] saying a huge number of ‘cases,‘” DeSantis said at a press conference on Friday. “Really nothing has changed in the past week. We had a big test dump. We’ve been testing, 10-15% have been testing positive for really the last week. And that’s a huge change from where we were at the beginning of June, when we were basically 3-4% in terms of the positivity statewide.”
Share BtoBet refines African SMS payment options with Tola Mobile August 20, 2020 Submit Kenyan founded betting operator SportPesa has confirmed to SBC that it is looking to house its European Headquarters in Liverpool, creating up to 100 new jobs in the area.Seeking to boost its profile within the European betting markets, SportPesa governance views the UK as a key hub for its global diversification strategy. The bookmaker is seeking to add ‘a variety of influential roles’ which will be based in its Liverpool Hub.The bookmaker informs that Liverpool was selected as its UK and European HQ city following an executive-led review of properties and operational logistics of UK cities.SportPesa, one of the leading bookmakers within the African betting market, will now move to open an office in Liverpool’s prestigious Waterfront developments. SportPesa management expects to open its European HQ in late July 2017.SportPesa Director of Global Strategy Ivo Bozukov said: “After months of careful consideration, we have identified Liverpool as the preferred city to call home.“Liverpool provides us with a number of key factors, such as the wealth of local talent in nearby universities, strong IT and business infrastructure to service a forward-thinking and pioneering enterprise, and most of all a passion for sports second to none in the world.”Bozukov added: “As a city, Liverpool has a very proud history, unique identity and an exciting future – a future that we would be proud to be a part of.”Further to its Liverpool HQ announcement, Bozukov teased SBC by detailing that SportPesa is actively looking for Liverpool based sports partnerships, increasing the firm’s awareness and profile amongst the City’s tech and talent community. Following a review of partnership options, SportPesa details that it has a certain ‘sweet-tooth’ for a Liverpool based football club! Top 50 clubs suffer €751m decline in brand value July 31, 2020 StumbleUpon Betfred debuts new rockabilly TV campaign promoting ‘Nifty Fifty’ live draws July 31, 2020 Share Related Articles
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Michigan State Police- Alpena post is hosting an open house, to celebrate their 100th anniversary.The event will allow members of the public to view the inside of the post and patrol cars, as well as get to know some of the personnel at the Alpena post. Displays of different divisions of the MSP, such as the dive team, recruiting, the emergency support team, the bomb squad, and much more, will be available for viewing.The Open House will take place this Wednesday, June 7th, from 10am until 2pm. For more information, contact community service Trooper Ashley Simpson at 989–354–4101. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Firefighters Respond To A Smokey SituationNext Alpena Man Sentenced For Manufacturing Meth
Marseille reopened the Stade Velodrome after stunning renovations (the pictures here are worth drooling over) by hosting Montpellier.UEFA president Michel Platini was in the house for the occasion, but the match was one that the home side will hope to forget. Losing 2-0 to Montpellier was bad enough, and Andre Ayew’s laundry issues made it that much worse.The Ghanaian World Cup star suffered a head wound during the first half, requiring him to changed his shirt and have his head wrapped so he could continue. During the second half, the wound reopened and he again had to change his blood stained shirt.But there was a problem: Marseille only had two No. 10 shirts for him and he had already bled all over both of them. The club’s kitman pulled out a No. 33 shirt, but since Ayew began the match wearing the No. 10, he had to finish with the same number. So, they attempted the futile task of trying to turn a 33 into a 10. It didn’t work, so Marseille had to substitute Ayew in the 52nd minute, enraging always enraged new manager Marcelo Bielsa.None too pleased himself, Ayew took his seat on the bench wearing just his bib with no shirt under it. .On the bright side, maybe Ayew was so frustrated by this bizarre turn of events that he was able to forget how much his head hurt for a little while.
The B&H tennis player Damir Džumhur had a difficult time dealing with his defeat in the second match of the first round of the second zone-Euro-African group. He lost to Markos Kalovelonis with 1:3 in sets.Džumhur could not hide his tears after a huge struggle in four sets and a defeat.‘’It is hard for me because of the defeat and I am sorry that I was not able to bring a new point for our team. Markos played unbelievably, and I am surprised with my game. No one could have expected that. It would be better if I had won, so that we could have 2:0 after the first day. I contragulate the Greeks on their win, and I thank the fans for their support. I am sorry that I did not win’’, said Džumhur after the match.In the first match, Mirza Bašić beat Alexandros Jakupović with 3:1 (6:3, 6:2, 6:2) in sets.Today at 14:00, Mirza Bašić and Tomislav Brkić will play against Alexandros Jakupović and Markos Kalovelonis.Two matches will take place tomorrow. At 13:00, Damir Džumhur will play against Alexandros Jakupović, and after that Mirza Bašić and Markos Kalovelonis.(Source: klix.ba)
The win leaves defending champions Chelsea third on 32 points, eight behind pacesetters Manchester City, after six wins in their past seven Premier League matches.“I am happy, but you know very well that there is a team in this league that is doing extraordinary things and it’s Manchester City,” said Conte. “Otherwise, I think we are staying up there with the other teams.”Chelsea host Atletico on Tuesday in their last Champions League group match knowing that a win will guarantee them top spot in Group C ahead of Serie A side Roma, and a Hazard display against the Spaniards similar to Saturday’s would go a long way to securing Chelsea first place.“Eden enjoys playing our type of football,” said Conte.“He is an important player for us. We can change our system around him. He can play as a second striker or he can play as a number 10 when we play 3-4-3.” He insisted his side had come up against a team that will finish in the top three this season.“Chelsea have a lot of good things,” he said. “They have to compete for the title. It is obvious that they are one of the teams that will be there in the top three, but we began well and it was a pity that we couldn’t keep the lead for a while.“It’s not a problem of confidence with my team, it’s a problem of the level of the Premier League. You could see the team working really hard even at the end. We finished with two corners and we were still trying.”Share on: WhatsApp Antonio Conte admits defending the Premier league title won’t be easyLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Antonio Conte admits retaining the Premier League title may be out of Chelsea’s reach despite an impressive recent run of results ahead of their midweek Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid.The Blues fought back from a goal down on Saturday to beat Newcastle 3-1 courtesy of two goals from the impressive Eden Hazard either side of a headed effort from Alvaro Morata. Conte said it would be special to see Hazard in action for Belgium against England at the World Cup next year, joking that he would have to ask his Chelsea team-mates Gary Cahill and Danny Drinkwater to treat him gently.“Gary knows very well Eden’s skill and for this reason, he must pay great attention. Every day to have a training session with this type of player and this skill makes you stronger.”Despite a bright start for Newcastle, Rafa Benitez’s side slumped to their fifth defeat in six league games, a run that has seen them drop into the bottom half of the table.Benitez, who won the Europa League with Chelsea is his spell as interim manager at Stamford Bridge four years ago, was in combative mood afterwards.