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EPL: Newcastle stage injury-time comeback at Everton

first_imgFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Read Also: EPL: Aguero fires Man City to win as Southampton climb log Lejeune acrobatically hooked one home following a set piece (90+4) and then the substitute left Goodison Park stunned by scrambling home the most dramatic equaliser (90+5) that needed goal-line technology to award the goal. As the game ticked deep into stoppage time, Everton looked to have the game all sewn up after Moise Kean scored his first goal for the club (30) and Dominic Calvert-Lewin grabbed his 10th Premier League goal of the campaign (54).Jordan Pickford – on his 100th Premier League start – did not have a save to make until injury-time as Steve Bruce’s side were outplayed all over the pitch and did not register a shot on target until the mesmerising late salvo. Two goals in injury-time from Florian Lejeune grabbed Newcastle the most unlikely point as Everton threw away a 2-0 goal lead to draw 2-2.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterMeghan And Harry’s Royal Baby: Everything You Need To KnowWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWorld’s Most Delicious Foods11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Toplast_img read more

Survey Says: Local Family Will Appear On Game Show

first_imgBill Struewing, Lynn Struewing, Meredith Struewing, Emily Hill, and Lori Hill pose with host Steve Harvey. (Image Courtesy: Emily Hill)A Batesville family will appear on “Family Feud” this month.The Struewing family will appear on popular TV show where families compete against each other to name the most popular responses to survey questions.“I have been watching Family Feud since Richard Dawson was the host,” exclaimed Batesville resident Lynn Struewing.Dawson was the original anchor of the long-running game show that is currently hosted by Steve Harvey.Lynn Struewing participated in the show along with her siblings, Bill Struewing, Batesville, and Lori Hill, Greenwood. They were accompanied by Bill’s daughter, Meredith Struewing and Lori’s daughter Emily Hill. Lynn, Bill and Lori are the children of Dick and Roberta Struewing of Morris.Lynn attended the tryouts for the show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in April. She didn’t inform her family until they were selected for a second audition.“They were excited when they found out!”The producers of the show asked why their family should be chosen. Along with the family having a sense of humor, Lynn told them that all three siblings are nurses.The family has also dealt with their share of adversity. Last March, Lynn was diagnosed with State 4 Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.She told producers, “It was a really rough here for myself and my family, but [family] is what got me through.”The Struewing clan advanced through the audition process before they were invited to the taping of the show in Atlanta with ten other families. The Batesville native’s were one of only five families to make the final cut.“Once you get there and you got the lights and the cameras all around you, it’s a whole different story,” Struewing said, “It is an experience we will never forget!”The details — who won, who lost — cannot be revealed until the show airs.Set your DVR’s, the Struewing’s will be featured on the game show on October 23.The show will air either 6:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. on Cincinnati station WSTR. ETC viewers can watch the show on Channel 11. On Indianapolis stations, the show will air at 7:00 or 7:30 p.m. on WINDY and WISH. ETC viewers can watch the show on Channel 23.last_img read more

Bulldogs And Spartans Split JV Baseball DH

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs and The Connersville Spartans split a Baseball Weekend Doubleheader.Bulldogs vs. Connersville JV Baseball Game 1 (5-3)Bulldogs vs. Connersville JV Baseball Game 2 (5-3)Submitted by Batesville Coach Steve Ollier.last_img

PSG land Alessandro Florenzi on loan from Roma

first_img Read Also: Pogba doubtful for season opener after returning to training Florenzi joined Valencia on loan for the second half of last season, during which time he made 14 appearances for Los Che. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Advertisement Loading… Paris Saint-Germain have strengthened at right-back with the arrival of Alessandro Florenzi from Roma. The Italian has joined on a season-long loan deal with an option to buy. According to reports, PSG have paid Roma a one million euro loan fee for Florenzi, while their option to buy is reportedly priced at nine million euros. Promoted ContentEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime8 Amazing Facts About Ancient EgyptWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually Truelast_img read more

Assam State Yoga Sports Tournament held in Nagaon

first_imgA correspondentNAGAON, Sept 16: Axom Yoga Xangstha recently organized 21th Assam State Yoga Sports Tournament at Nagaon Police Reserve field. In a press release issued and signed by the secretary of Axom Yoga Xongstha, Prabhat Borah it was stated that the tournament was stated on September 7 and concluded on September 9.The president of Asian Yoga Federation and Yoga Federation of India, Ashok Kumar Agarwala graced the tournament as the chief guest. In the tournament, Nagaon district won the the best district title and the 2nd best district title was gained by Sivssagar district. On the other hand, Pansi Bora, Manashjyoti Bora, Uditarani Bora and Bikashdeep Modoi stood as the best yoga practitioners in the entire tournament. In the release it was also stated that in the tournament various yoga related match were conducted in various age and sex groups.last_img read more

John-Austin Ricks turns in serviceable performance in place of Miles Robinson in loss to Albany

first_imgALBANY, N.Y. – Albany head coach Trevor Gorman didn’t find out that Syracuse would be without arguably its best player, center back Miles Robinson, until lineup cards were exchanged shortly before kickoff.U.S. Soccer announced Friday that Robinson was among the group selected to the U-20 National Team for its upcoming games, but Gorman prepared as if the first-team freshman All-American from a year ago would be in Albany Tuesday night.“I’m not studying that much to be honest with you,” Gorman said. “We knew they’re good. Whether they’re missing one, two or three players, they’re going to be good.”In Robinson’s place, freshman John-Austin Ricks shouldered the brunt of the minutes on the back line. Senior Louis Cross played the entire game at Robinson’s center back spot, while Kamal Miller stayed at his usual left-back post and Ricks played 70 of 90 minutes at right back. Ricks has seen sizable minutes this season, playing in all 11 games and starting four, but none of those were in place of Robinson.He was thrown into the fire on one of the best defenses in the country Tuesday night, and turned in a serviceable performance, by his standards, in No. 3 Syracuse’s (8-2-1, 2-1-1 Atlantic Coast) 2-1 upset loss to Albany (5-3-2, 0-0-1 America East) at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I think I played decent, but definitely could’ve played better …” Ricks said. “I always put it on myself if we don’t win.”Freshman Kyle Gurrieri filled Robinson’s spot in the starting lineup and played defensive midfield while Mo Adams, who has started every game, played right back for the first 20 minutes. On Albany’s first goal, Great Danes forward Nico Solabarrieta left Gurrieri on the ground near the corner flag before his cross was parried away by SU goalkeeper Hendrik Hilpert, who deflected it to the feet of Leo Melgar. Melgar one-timed his volley into the net to give Albany a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into the game.Gurrieri subbed out for Ricks about 15 minutes later, and the latter firmed up a Syracuse defense that didn’t allow a shot on goal for the rest of the first half. Ricks said he grew up playing center back, so his move from right wing to right back didn’t thrust him out of his comfort zone. Ricks is much smaller in stature than Robinson, and even normal right back Cross, so his 6-foot frame lends itself better to being a distributer rather than the aerial threats Robinson and Cross are.“As soon as (head coach Ian McIntyre) pulled me up, I knew that I needed to make an impact,” Ricks said. “(Robinson) has always been kind of a big presence back there, so it’s definitely hard not having him. But we’re a good enough group of guys that we should be able to handle this game.”For Syracuse, though, there was one more threat it couldn’t handle that proved to be the dagger.On a cross into the box that landed right at the feet of Jonathan Interiano, Ricks and sophomore Adnan Bakalovic were the closest ones nearby. Interiano had time to take a touch and slot the ball inside the left post with 15 minutes left, ultimately extending the Orange’s winless streak to three games.“They threw I think like four or five guys in the box and we were poor to stay with our men. It just kind of bobbled around and fell right to his feet,” Ricks said. “It was bad on our part.”After the game, senior captain Liam Callahan consoled Ricks. The freshman sat on the bench with his warmup top draped over his head and a defeated look on his face.The Four Nations tournament Robinson is playing in goes until next Tuesday in Manchester, England. Syracuse visits No. 8 Louisville on Friday. Ricks may fill the void on the back line again, this time against one of the country’s best teams with the Orange’s backs already up against the wall.“It’s a wonderful opportunity for Miles … we’ve got good players so it provides an opportunity for other guys to step up,” McIntyre said. “Some inexperience out there tonight but they’ll be better for this, as perverse as that is and as tough it is right now.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 4, 2016 at 10:56 pm Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

Baseball beats LMU, falls in exhibition

first_imgThe Trojans split a pair of midweek games on Tuesday and Wednesday, defeating Loyola Marymount 4-3 but being shut out 5-0 in an exhibition game by NC Dinos. On Wednesday, the incredibly loud and energetic Dinos fans danced, sang and chanted words of encouragement in their native Korean to the Dinos,  who outhit the Trojans 6-4. The Dinos were led by two home runs from former MLB player Eric Thames. The loss came a day after the Trojans defeated LMU for their first road victory of the season, where freshman Pitcher CJ Stubbs recorded his first collegiate win Tuesday as USC baseball escaped a 2-run ninth inning scare. Stubb shined in his six-inning USC debut, allowing one run on four hits and a strikeout. Head coach Dan Hubbs credited Stubbs’ ability to move to the ball in and out of the strike zone, which enabled him to get weak contact so that his defense can make a play. “For a freshman to come out in his outing and do that was big because winning is hard to do and there is so much parity in the game that you have to play extremely well,” Hubbs said, “That was big and great to see.” Sophomore infielder Frankie Rios’ turned a game-ending double play that sealed the game for the Trojans, who had been leading the contest 4-1 until the bottom of the ninth when senior reliever Marc Huberman allowed two runs on two hits with two walks. He was replaced by junior Jeff Pachke, who allowed one hit, loaded the bases and escaped by forcing LMU sophomore Jamey Smart to hit into a double play. Sophomore Adalberto Carrillo gave the Trojans the initial lead in the third inning with his first hit of the season, a solo home run, but LMU infielder Ted Boeke tied the game with a solo home run of his own in the fourth inning. Later in that inning, USC retook the lead when sophomore Angelo Armenta utilized a sacrifice fly to make it 2-1. “We have got to get a big hit on that situation where we can put up a crooked number and really start to separate a game,” Hubbs said, “Because we have played four one-run games in four games now, but I think we will be better for it in the long run.” Senior Timmy Robinson, whose first hit of the season was a walk-off single against North Dakota in USC’s last game, continued to make an impact despite battling elbow tightness with a two-run homer in the sixth inning to give the Trojans a 4-1 cushion heading into the bottom of the ninth. Next up, the Trojans return to their regular season schedule, facing Wake Forest at home on Friday night to kick off a three-game set.last_img read more

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Etoile du Sahel, Enyimba Clash Tickets Sold out

first_imgWednesday’s CAF Champions League clash between Tunisia’s Etoile du Sahel and Enyimba has already been sold out.The Tunisian Interior Ministry approved for 20,000 tickets to be sold for the match at the Olympic Stadium in Sousse and already officials said the tickets have been snapped up.The clash between Etoile du Sahel and Enyimba in the second round return leg match this evening is scheduled for 6pm Nigerian time. Moroccan officials will be in charge of Wednesday’s match.Enyimba won the first leg in Port Harcourt 3-0 courtesy of a hat-trick by Mfon Udoh.The seven-time Nigeria champions who have been training under floodlights at the Agege Stadium in Lagos ahead of this fixture scheduled to fly out to Tunisia via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.They plan to train under floodlights in Sousse Tuesday night.The overall winners of this tie will march on to the group stage of the Champions League, while the losers drop down to the second-tier Confederation Cup.Meanwhile, Mfon Udoh has signed a new deal that keeps him at Enyimba till February 2019.“Mfon (Udoh) has signed a new deal with Enyimba till 2019 after his previous deal ended in February,” a top source told only AfricanFootball.com yesterday.“All the documentations have been filed with the league.”Enyimba is now expected to cash in big time should the striker move overseas before the expiration of this new contract.The 24-year-old Udoh, who smashed a hat-trick against Tunisia’s Etoile du Sahel in a crunch CAF Champions League second round clash last week, is the all-time top scorer in the Nigeria league with 23 goals.The former Akwa United star achieved this milestone two seasons ago.He was subsequently sought after by several top African clubs including club Africain and Esperance (Tunisia) and Egypt’s Zamalek.Last season, he came off the boil due to fitness problems, but he has been firing again in the current campaign highlighted by his treble against Etoile last Sunday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

JuJu Smith-Schuster tweets support for ‘true leader’ Ben Roethlisberger

first_imgBell signed a four-year deal with the Jets after sitting out all of 2018 amid his contract dispute and Brown was traded to the Raiders, where he agreed to a new contract as well.Shortly after the Raiders announced the signing of another ex-Steelers player — backup quarterback Landry Jones — Brown dropped an ominous tweet. Ben Roethlisberger has been subjected to lots of criticism this offseason, but another one of his teammates has come to his defense.Third-year Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster took to social media on Monday to tweet his support for his quarterback in the wake of several notable departures from the team. Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger still discussing ‘significant’ contract extension I was so blessed to enter the league and play with a Hall of Fame QB as a 20-year old. Ben has taught me so much, he’s a true Leader and I can’t wait to rock with my guy this season. pic.twitter.com/Atei8eDiZC— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) March 26, 2019″I was so blessed to enter the league and play with a Hall of Fame QB as a 20-year old,” he wrote. “Ben has taught me so much, he’s a true Leader and I can’t wait to rock with my guy this season.”Smith-Schuster’s endorsement comes after wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell criticized Roethlisberger’s leadership style this offseason. Related News Do not listen to any NFL player who haven’t got paid yet! They will do and say anything to make sure they going to get paid even if it’s compromising integrity or anything ! sad but true— Antonio Brown (@AB84) March 26, 2019While speaking Monday at the NFL Annual League Meeting, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert confirmed the team is still discussing a “significant” contract extension for Roethlisberger while also affirming his faith in him as a leader.”I think Ben is very comfortable in who he is, what he’s doing and what he can still do,” Colbert said. “Each and every year, he’s out trying to prove who he is. He’ll have no agenda other than trying to win a Super Bowl. You can’t dictate what someone will say when they are with you and when they leave. But we feel very comfortable in knowing that Ben Roethlisberger is our quarterback and is our leader.”Ben is an unquestionable top quarterback in this league. He’s a Hall of Fame quarterback. He’s won Super Bowls. I know he’s comfortable with that, he’s comfortable with that. And we’re always going to support him in that role.”last_img read more

Iowans urged to quiz presidential hopefuls about water quality

first_imgDES MOINES — A coalition of environmental groups is calling on presidential candidates to prioritize drinking water in their policy plans.From lead pipes in schools to nitrates in rural areas, the director of Healing Our Water-Great Lakes Coalition, says people in Iowa and nationwide are struggling to access safe and affordable drinking water.Laura Rubin says water should be top of mind for presidential hopefuls and she urges Iowans to speak out and question the candidates when they’re in town.Rubin says, “There is not a single issue in this election that is more important than the fact that in 2019, in the United States of America, there are millions of people who do not have access to clean, safe and affordable water for themselves, their families and their children.”For presidential candidates, Rubin says drinking water should come before every other issue.“While much of the presidential conversations focus on job creation and healthcare, which are vital issues, the fact is, that for the families who don’t have access to clean drinking water, all else is secondary,” Rubin says.A recent poll of early voting states by CBS News and YouGov shows healthcare and climate change are top of mind for voters. Some political scientists are skeptical that concerns over drinking water could compete with those issues.last_img read more