Marcos Llorente put Atlético ahead in the first half, but goals from Dominik Szoboszlai and Mergim Berisha swung the fixture in the favour of the visitors early in the second half. But the excellent Félix regained the initiative for his side with an equaliser, before firing in the winner with five minutes to play. … [Read more...] about Champions League round-up: Real rally to snatch 2-2 draw at Mönchengladbach
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A first European night without an Anfield crowd was the drab test of patience that may have been expected but there were individual bonuses for the Liverpool manager. Diogo Jota scored the 10,000th goal in Liverpool’s competitive history, Trent Alexander-Arnold created Jota’s opener and Mohamed Salah’s 90th-minute penalty in an imperious display and young Rhys Williams made his second Champions League appearance as Fabinho’s replacement. … [Read more...] about Liverpool maintain perfect start against Midtjylland but lose Fabinho to injury
“And rightly so with managers that achieve so much. But also sometimes I think we have managers at home who can do the jobs as well. I’m not thinking of myself being anywhere near the standard bearer for it because there are great managers and young coaches out there. All I try to do is the job as well as I can.” … [Read more...] about Frank Lampard wants homegrown managers to be shown more respect
The point is that a lot of the time, how you project yourself matters. By the time Fernandes had burgled his second goal on 20 minutes, Istanbul were well and truly spooked: gaunt and wooden, with the bilious foreboding of a team who had eaten too much cake. Perhaps they had expected the United of the reverse fixture in Turkey, a team of furrowed brows and buried angst, overthinking itself to the point of nonsense. Either way, by the time they finally appeared, they had already been dispatched. … [Read more...] about Solskjær takes the handbrake off but can he do it when it really matters?
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc said of Moukoko last November: "He's an outstanding talent and we want him to learn how to train and play with adults." … [Read more...] about Dortmund sensation Youssoufa Moukoko, 16, makes Bundesliga debut vs Hertha to become youngest German footballer ever
Each one of you is a champion to me, the true #SonsOfTheSoil. Hold on to your seats as the trailer comes out tomorrow on @PrimeVideoIN, while I try and hold my excitement! Le [email protected] @ProKabaddi @DeepakHooda5555 @Lsrinivasreddy9 @nitinrkabaddi pic.twitter.com/SvB1uhNpIy … [Read more...] about Sons of the Soil: Jaipur Pink Panthers: Poster Of Docuseries On Abhishek Bachchan’s PKL Team Out!
In the past, Amir has troubled the Indian batsman. In the 2017 Champions Trophy final in England, Amir picked the wickets of Kohli and Rohit to peg India back early on in the mammoth chase. The Men in Green led by Sarfaraz Ahmed beat India to lift the title. … [Read more...] about Mohammad Amir: Would Have Been Great to Bowl to Virat Kohli And Rohit Sharma in PSL
The government has privately admitted the UK faces an increased likelihood of “systemic economic crisis” as it completes Brexit in the middle of the Covid-19 second wave. A confidential Cabinet Office briefing seen by the Guardian says: “Winter 2020 could see a combination of severe flooding, pandemic influenza, a novel emerging infectious disease and coordinated industrial action, against a backdrop of the end of the [Brexit] transition period.” Rishi Sunak is set today to deliver one of the toughest spending review statements in modern history with the economy in the deepest recession on record. The chancellor’s second mini-budget of the pandemic will lay bare the government’s fears over the long-lasting impact of a looming winter surge in unemployment when he unveils a £4.3bn package of support to help the jobless find work. It includes a £2.9bn Restart scheme designed to aid a million workers with their job searches; and a further … [Read more...] about Wednesday briefing: Sunak’s difficult second mini-budget
"We haven't panicked in those moments when things could have hit the fan, we are really trying to hunt as a pack." Delissa Kimmince "People have focused a lot on the players we've lost and not the people we've had in our side," Delissa Kimmince said. "Everyone has gone out and done their job. That's the most pleasing part, we aren't relying on just one or two people to win us games. … [Read more...] about Brisbane Heat set out to make a ‘great statement’ as they peak at the right time
"If you hit that wall, you have to accept the environment and what you are doing, stay focused and stay in the present. Hopefully, we can look on the brighter side of things because losing like this [against the Stars] is a little deflating and you get down sometimes about this kind of game, but I'm going to try and get around the girls this afternoon and tonight, we'll chill out and then get ready to go." … [Read more...] about Grace Harris admits to bubble frustrations for Brisbane Heat