first_img 14/06/2014 Tim Cahill, the stand-out performer for Australia, pulled one back after 35 minutes. Goal: Cahill 35. Referee: Noumandiez Doue (Ivory Coast) Booked: Cahill, Jedinak. The Barcelona forward got Chile off to a flying start after 11 minutes, drilling into the right-hand side of the net after a scramble in the box. Alexis Sanchez’s Chile side are in a great position to qualify from Group B at the expense of Spain.  Cahill scored again for Australia in the second half, another brave header, but it was correctly ruled out for offside.  It looked like this could be a painful evening for the Aussies.  He has come from an excellent individual season with the Catalan giants and showed no sign of slowing down against Australia. Australia: Ryan, Milligan, Cahill, Franjic (McGowan 49), Davidson, Leckie, Wilkinson, Spiranovic, Jedinak, Oar (Halloran 68), Bresciano (Troisi 78). But it only resulted in Chile adding a late third, an excellent low drive by Jean Beausejour zipping into the bottom right corner.  CEST Match facts Gary Medel, alongside Arturo Vidal, was equally influential.center_img Claudio Bravo, in Chile’s goal, made a good save from a Mark Bresciano strike, and helped keep his team in the lead. He was substituted after an hour, presumably just as a precaution ahead of the crucial Spain clash next week.  Booked: Vargas. Chile were firmly in control, with Arturo Vidal, who played despite only just returning from injury, pulling the strings.  His back-post header had been perfected over the years at Everton in the Premier League and his trademark leap helped the Aussies back into the game. Next up for Chile are Spain, in what will be a crucial and intriguing clash.  Australia, after being outplayed for the opening 25 minutes, fully deserved a draw and they pushed for the goal which would earn them a point.  Chile: Bravo, Diaz, Mena, Jara, Isla, Vidal (Gutierrez 60), Valdivia (Beausejour 68), Vargas (Pinilla 88), Medel, Alexis, Aranguiz. Goals: Sanchez 12, Valdivia 14, Beausejour 90+2. Upd. at 02:34 Rik Sharma The stopper will soon be on the way to Barcelona, to fight for a place with Ter Stegen. The rampant south Americans doubled their lead just two minutes later, when Jorge Valdavia arced a brilliant effort into the top left corner from the edge of the box.last_img read more

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first_img Upd. at 20:21 14/12/2014 Jeremy Pied headed in the only goal of the game in the 10th minute and the home side had Jonas Lossl to thank for keeping the French champions out. CET Back in league action on Sunday, they fell to a shock defeat to Guingamp – it’s the first time they’ve suffered back-to-back defeats since April.  However, it didn’t take long for the Parisians to lose again.center_img Sport EN And PSG can’t even blame European fatigue on the loss – Guingamp themselves played in the Europa League on Thursday. Barcelona became the first team to beat Paris Saint-Germain this season when they recored a 3-1 win at Camp Nou in last Wednesday’s Champions League clash. The goalkeeper made a particularly key save late on to deny Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who’d scored in Catalonia on Wednesday.last_img read more

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first_img Upd. at 15:44 One of the players who has most disappointed Zidane is central defender Sergio Ramos. According to El Chiringuito, the Madrid coach is considering dropping the Spain international for the last eight tie, because he has not been satisfied with his performances in recent games. At the moment, Zidane is leaning towards a pairing of Pepe and Raphael Varane, although he has not decided yet.  Sport EN Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is thinking about the next round of the Champions League. As he waits to find out his side’s opponent in the last eight, the French coach has been using league games as a test to prepare his side for the next European game, which will be in April.  CETcenter_img He knows that the Champions League is the only option left to save Madrid’s season and is trying to find the XI which will offer him the best chance of progressing in the competition. The problem is that he’s not having much luck as he auditions various players. Nearly all the players who would start have not been on form in the side’s recent La Liga matches.  15/03/2016 Ramos’ red card against Las Palmas at the weekend doesn’t work in his favour. The Andalusian has now been sent off 20 times since joining Madrid. His team-mates and the coaching staff believe he doesn’t know how to control himself and on several occasions that has damaged the team.last_img read more

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first_img Inaki Williams, 22, became the first black player to score for Bilbao in 2014. Upd. at 19:34 CEST The Bilbao hitman suffered abuse from a section of fans, with referee Clos Gomez pausing the game midway through the first half, with players from Sporting asking their fans to stop the abuse at El Molinon. 21/08/2016center_img Sport EN The Basque side tweeted about the incident, writing: “The referee has stopped the play for a few moments because of racist shouts from the stand at Inaki Williams.” Athletic Club’s trip to Sporting Gijon was tarred by racist chanting aimed at Basque striker Inaki Williams.last_img read more

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first_img RAMÓN FUENTES 07/11/2018 Upd. on 08/11/2018 at 12:29 CET Lucho was at Atletico on Tuesday to see their Spanish players, although there were also two Spaniards on the Borussia Dortmund side: Paco Alcacer and Achraf.  IN SPORT.ES Among the new faces in the squad could be two Espanyol players. Borja Iglesias and Mario Hermoso are both under consideration — Luis Enrique watched Espanyol beat Athletic Club on Monday. center_img Luis Enrique will name his third Spain squad as coach on Thursday, with games coming up against Croatia and Bosnia.  There’s also the Jordi Alba question. The left-back remains in fine form for Barcelona but Luis Enrique has not yet called him up for Spain. Spain meet Croatia in the UEFA Nations League in Zagreb on Nov. 15 and face Bosnia in a friendly on Nov. 18 in the Canaries.  Luis Enrique dará mañana la lista ante Croacia y Bosnialast_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisement lb8NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsstlWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E69vr9l( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 49cWould you ever consider trying this?😱8ppCan your students do this? 🌚qbzRoller skating! Powered by Firework Image Courtesy: ICCAdvertisement ICC Chief Executive, David Richardson announced his decision to step down from his post after the culmination of the 2019 ICC World Cup.Advertisement Richardson held the position from 2012. The former South African cricketer was a part of the ICC since 2002. Richardson revealed the thought behind the decision of quitting after the end of the mega event. Here’s what he said:” The hardest thing as a cricketer is knowing when the time is right to retire. But for me, the end of the ICC Cricket World Cup next year is about right,”Advertisement The Chief Executive also went on to say that he is proud of the growth that the gentleman’s game has managed to attain. He said:“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the ICC and I am particularly pleased with what we have achieved in recent times in creating a greater context for all formats of the game and securing increased opportunities and clear pathways for all members to play at the highest level. “Read Also:India vs England: 1st T20I Preview- Clash of the mega-weights at Old TraffordCricket: Sachin Tendulkar sends his birthday wishes to the Turbanator Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisement bidNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs39rzvWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Efaoc( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6zz4Would you ever consider trying this?😱bCan your students do this? 🌚nos6zRoller skating! Powered by Firework Santiago Solari was promoted from Real Madrid Castilla to take charge of the first team as replacement to a disastrous Julen Lopetegui. This new beginning turned out fine as Madrid seemed comfortable in securing a 4 nil victory in the Copa Del Rey Round of 32 first leg clash with Melilla.Advertisement Karim Benzema, Marco Asensio, Alvaro Odriozola and Cristo Gonzalez were on the scoresheet for Los Blancos against a visibly inferior Melilla.Advertisement Melilla is a tiny Spanish enclave of about 4.7 square miles on the north coast of Morocco. It has a population of 86,000, with the game taking place at a packed Alvarez Claro Stadium which has a capacity of 10,000 which is quite contrary to the grandeur of Santiago Bernabeu.Given that Solari has had virtually no time to implement his own philosophies, the team retained much of Lopetegui’s tactical identity. The build-up was structured, the supporting movements towards the defensive midfielder were continuous, and the offense was more free-form.Advertisement Spanish regulations state an interim coach can be at the helm for a fortnight – but must be appointed officially after 15 days, or not at all. Real Madrid are still in search for a new coach as talks with Antonio Conte seem to have broken down. Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisement 57hm9NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsjheqWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ejxqgy( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) juugkvWould you ever consider trying this?😱b7pCan your students do this? 🌚cojmRoller skating! Powered by Firework Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s miracle run of unbeaten games as Manchester United manager came to an end on Tuesday as the Red Devils were beaten at home by a clinical Paris Saint Germain side in a match that involved at least half a dozen cards, questionable refereeing and overall controversy.Advertisement After an evenly matched goalless first half, which saw many good chances go to waste, including an absolute sitter by Di Maria, PSG opened the scoring in the 53rd minute when defender Presnel Kimpembe ran past Nemanja Matic to volley the ball past David De Gea from a beautiful Di Maria corner. The Argentine was at it again in the 60th minute when he teed up Kylian Mbappe to make it 2-0 to PSG. The Parisians go into the second leg in Paris with a strong lead but will be wary of their opponents owing to what happened last season. United will be without their main man Paul Pogba as the Frenchman saw red in the 89th minute in what was a very questionable decision from the ref.Advertisement The returning Angel Di Maria was absolutely ripped to shreds by the Old Trafford faithful, and pushed into the stands by United captain Ashley Young, but the Argentine kept his calm and delivered a stellar performance for his side.United face Chelsea next in the FA Cup fifth round. With injury concerns of Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial, Solskjaer might have to prepare for his second defeat as the Red Devils’ manager.Advertisement Read also :Florentino Perez : Karim Benzema is the best centre forward in the world!Icardi was Juve’s first choice before signing Ronaldo, admits club’s director Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgReal Valladolid on Sunday lost to Sevilla on a home defeat at José Zorrilla. Real Valladolid wanted to improve their position in the tournament after losing against Alavés 3-0 while Sevilla came from winning 1-2 against Real Betis in the last match played. Following today’s result, Real Valladolid and Sevilla occupy position 14th (17 points) and 3rd (27 points) respectively after playing a total of 14 matches. Upd. at 23:14 Good start of the game for Sevilla, thanks to a goal from Ever Banega in the 13th minute, thereby seeing the first half to a 0-1. CET There were no goals during the second half but the match ended on a 0-1 win.center_img 24/11/2019 Real Valladolid will play against Celta at away stadium, while Sevilla will face Leganés at home stadium. As for substitutions, both coaches used full substitutions. For Valladolid, Toni Villa, Jorge De Frutos Sebastian and Enes Ünal came on for Pablo Hervias, Sandro Ramirez and Mohammed Salisu, while Sevilla brought on Oliver Torres, Franco Vazquez and Nemanja Gudelj to replace Nolito, Ever Banega and Jesus Navas. The referee booked Jordi Masip, Nacho Martinez and Toni Villa from Valladolid, while for Sevilla Lucas Ocampos, Luuk De Jong and Fernando saw a yellow card and Lucas Ocampos (2 yellow cards) saw the red card.last_img read more

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first_img CEST 18/04/2020 Upd. at 22:04 David Silva: “Cuando deje el fútbol quiero ser entrenador” EUROPA PRESS “With what I’ve gone through in my career and the passing of time, you become a coach,” said Silva. “It was something that I said ‘no’ to at the start but it’s an option because it’s looking increasingly interesting. Now when I leave football, I want to be a coach. However, I don’t know when because I want to play a few more years.” At 34, Silva said he’s had a career “full of joy”. “I played with great players like Xavi and Iniesta, who marked a generation of national teams. I played against Ronaldinho at his best, in a moment when you had fear of trying to take the ball off him because he could humiliate use easily. I played against Ronaldo, Zidane and Messi, among others.” IN SPORT.ES RELATED STORIES Man City’s Spanish playmaker David Silva said he wants to be a coach when his playing career ends.  Hoffenheim 1-2 Man City: Silva saves Pep with late winnerlast_img read more

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