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Football News ISL: Jamshedpur FC beat Mumbai City FC 2-0

first_imgMumbai: Jamshedpur FC began their Indian Super League campaign on a winning note as they defeated Mumbai City FC 2-0, courtesy goals by Spanish Mario Arques and Pablo Morgado, here on Tuesday.Arques (28th minute) and Morgado (90+5 minutes) scored for Jamshedpur as they defeated the hosts in an enthralling contest.Mumbai had their share of bad luck, when they twice put the ball into the opposition net, but on both the occasions, it was ruled off-side. The home side also missed several opportunities to get back into the game.Also Read | Maneka Gandhi backs Tanushree Dutta, calls for #MeTooIndia like campaignJamshedpur began on an attacking note, having a better ball possession. The visitors had a chance in the eighth minute to open account, but Spanish Mario Arques failed to connect a cross from Jerry Mawihmingthanga.But soon, Mumbai came into an attacking mode and created some chances. In the 15th minute, Sauvik Chakrabarti tried to put in the ball into the box from the right, but hit it too close for Jamshedpur custodian Subasish Roy Chowdury to collect.In the 22nd minute, Mumbai created another opportunity. Paulo Machado took a corner kick, but Romanian defender Lucian Goian could not keep the header down.But the deadlock was broken in the 28th minute when Arques’ header went into the right-corner of the goal to give Jamshedpur a 1-0 lead. Read More | Manikarnika teaser is out today! Kangana Ranaut looks like a ferocious warrior queenMumbai created a few chances, but were unable to get the equaliser. Sloppy defending from Raju Gaikwad almost put Mumbai midfielder Modou Sougou through, but Tiri did well to cover up for the Indian defender and take the ball off him. At the half-way mark, Jamshedpur were 1-0 ahead.After the change of ends, the hosts had another great chance to equalise, but again faltered. Midfielder Sanju Pradhan put Brazilian Rafael Bastos through, but the striker took too long as Roy made a diving save.Chances came thick and fast for Mumbai, but they were unable to convert even one.In the 59th minute, Sougou’s header was thwarted away by Roy. In the 77th minute, Pranjal Bhumij on the left-wing cut it backwards to Raynier Fernandes who crossed in towards the far post. Mohammed Rafique ran and headed the ball into the goal, but the referee ruled it as an off-side.Mumbai scored again, this time from a free kick, but the referee ruled it as an off-side.Jamshedpur then doubled their lead in the stoppage time. In a brilliant counter-attack, Sergio Cidoncha played to Morgado, who ran in and slotted the ball into the far corner of the goal. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

The Latest: Premier League clubs yet to settle on protocols

first_img___More AP sports: and May 6, 2020 ___German soccer could be cleared to resume when Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with the governors of the country’s 16 states.The dpa news agency reports that May 15 and 22 are being considered by the federal government as start dates for the Bundesliga.The league has introduced blanket coronavirus testing at clubs and is eager to finish the season by the end of June. That is when some player contracts expire.The push to resume has faced a backlash. There have been at least 11 positive tests of players and staff since testing began last week and Hertha Berlin forward Salomon Kalou was suspended after posting a video showing social distancing measures being flouted at the club. Associated Press The league is trying to find a way to resume in June but group practice sessions have not yet started.Purslow tells talkSPORT radio that “we haven’t got to the crucial protocols that relate to actually playing football. Until we crack the code of making our great contact sports safe then the conversation we’re having is hypothetical.”Aston Villa has joined Brighton and West Ham in expressing public opposition to the current “Project Restart” plan that would see all remaining games played at neutral stadiums.Purslow says “we have six home games left to play so any Villa fan would agree that giving up that advantage is a massive decision for somebody running Aston Villa and I certainly wouldn’t agree to that unless the circumstances are right.”Villa is in next-from-last place in the Premier League and two points from safety with 10 games remaining. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Aston Villa chief executive Christian Purslow says Premier League clubs have yet to settle on protocols to ensure a safe return to playing during the coronavirus pandemic. The Latest: Premier League clubs yet to settle on protocolslast_img read more

Women’s hockey: Badgers head to Mankato for first WCHA series of season

first_imgMinnesota State University is going to have their work cut out for them this weekend as they welcome the No.1 women’s hockey team in the country — the University of Wisconsin.The Badgers are killing this season, remaining undefeated through their non-conference schedule this season. Even though they started the season off at No.2, the grit and determination from this team has earned them the No.1 spot in the nation, taking it from rivals Minnesota.Women’s hockey: Badgers crush the Orange, remain undefeatedThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team is still undefeated thus far this season after they devoured the Syracuse Orange Read…Wisconsin has defeated some tough opponents this year like MercyHurst and Lindenwood, and they are prepared to begin their WCHA season up in Mankato. These two teams have a lot of history against one another, but in most of their series, Wisconsin has always managed to come out on top.UW’s success this past month can really be factored down to three main areas: The underclassmen, Kristen Campbell, and Mark Johnson.For starters, the UW underclassmen have been dominating this year, with a grand total of 17 goals out of the 22 goals Wisconsin has managed to tally this season. This is one of the strongest showings Wisconsin has ever gotten from a group of underclassmen in a while.The second reason the Badgers have managed to start this season off so well is goaltender Kristen Campbell. After the loss of Ann-Renee Desbiens in 2017, the goaltending position was surrounded by an air of uncertainty, and whoever would wind up filling this spot was going to have some massive skates to fill.In comes Campbell, who transferred from the University of North Dakota after they cancelled their women’s hockey in March 2017. Campbell has only allowed four goals this season, and her impressive performance against Syracuse last weekend earned her the WCHA Defensive Player of the Week honor.And finally, the reason that Wisconsin will always be a solid hockey team is none other than their head coach, Mark Johnson. It seems as though you can throw any problem at Johnson and his team, and this head coach always has a way to fix the problem.With a large part of this year’s team being underclassmen, many coaches would think that Wisconsin would falter early on in the season, but that would never happen under Johnson’s reign. Johnson has managed to put together productive lines and recruit the best players in women’s hockey to ensure that Wisconsin fans will always have a great hockey team to support.Wisconsin women’s hockey remains undefeated after weekend series against MercyHurstThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team has been on a roll lately, and this weekend was no exception as Read…These three things are going to make it a challenge for Minnesota State to earn a win this weekend. Minnesota State is currently on a two-loss streak right now, and they are going to have to turn things around quickly if they don’t want to double that number by the end of Saturday.The Badgers and the Mavericks will face off Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 3 p.m.last_img read more

E-Waste Collection Day set for Oct. 11: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

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