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BALL – Young dragons could not resist the rule of England (Youth League)

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BALL - Young dragons could not resist the rule of England (Youth League)

The scenario for Jose Tavares’ team is now: play better than Liverpool in the last round to win Group D. In the 6th decisive round, scheduled for December 7, FC Porto hosts Atlético Madrid and Liverpool plays against the AC. Milan. At the end of these games, the scores will be settled.

Thus, Liverpool take the lead in Group D, adding the same 10 points as Porto, but with an advantage in the direct confrontation with the Dragons – in the first round, the result between the two teams was a draw (1 -1).

Dominic Corness, the biggest figure in the match, opened the scoring just five minutes later and in stoppage time made an assist to the goal of Bazhetić Makieira. In an extra stage, when the young dragons tried to alleviate this inconvenience, Max Woltman, served by Kaide Gordon, made the score 3-0. The advantage, which will still be extended during the compensation period, when James Norris closes the scores for the match.

Porto left Liverpool with a heavy defeat (0-4) and thus dropped to second place in Group D thanks to an exchange with their opponent this afternoon.

End of the match. Liverpool 4 Porto 0.

90 + 1 minutes: Liverpool’s goal! James Norris, already in compensation period, further increases the British advantage. 4-0.

90 minutes: Baichetić Makiira yellow card.

89th minute: Kaide Gordon’s yellow card.

85 minutes: Liverpool substitution: Owen Beck leaves and Luke Chambers enters.

78 minutes: Substitution at Porto: Jose Macedo leaves and Antonio Ribeiro enters.

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71 minutes: Liverpool substitution: Melkama Frauendorf comes in, Mateusz Musyalovski comes out.

70 minutes: triple substitution at Porto: exiting Umaro Candé, Jorge Meireles and Benicio Baker-Boaiti, exiting Rui Monteiro, Martim Fernandez and Gustavo de Barros.

69 minutes: Liverpool goal! Max Woltman, assisted by Kaida Gordon, increases the lead to 3-0.

60th minute. Jose Macedo tried his luck, but struck wide of the gate. FC Porto is trying to reduce the gap in order to re-enter the discussion about the result.

Start of the second part!

Too penalty for young dragons in the first 45 minutes. Balance was the dominant note, but the British were more cunning when it came to the finish line. Porto have proven they are capable of playing against Liverpool and are well placed to turn the tide in the extra stage.

Break. Liverpool 2 Porto 0.

45 + 3 minutes: Liverpool goal! With the help of Dominik Cornness and Baichetik Makieir, the score was 2: 0.

27 minutes: Jorge Meireles is very close to the goal. Dragons number 9, head, forces Fabian Mrozek to make a great save in the corner.

12 minutes: Substitution at Porto: Vasco Sousa leaves (injured) and Ricardo Assuncao enters.

8 minutes: yellow card to Owen Beck.

5 minutes: Liverpool goal! The assistants of James Norris and Dominic Cornness open up the Liverpool Academy assets from the penalty spot. 1-0.

The start of the match!

Recall that in the first round, Porto and Liverpool drew (1: 1) in the second round match of this group D, which took place on 28 September at the municipal stadium of Dr. Jorge Sampaio in Vila Nova de Gaia. Then Diogo Abreu scored for the dragons, and Melkama Frauendorf scored for the British.

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FC Porto: Ivan Cardoso; Jose Macedo, David Vinyas, Gabriel Bras, Rodrigo Pineiro, Vasco Sousa, Thiago Antunes, Diogo Abreu (C), Benicio Baker-Boaiti, Jorge Meireles and Umaro Candé.

Spare: Angel Gonzalez, Martim Fernandez, Antonio Ribeiro, Ricardo Assuncao, Bruno Pires, Rui Monteiro and Gustavo de Barros.

Trainer: Jose Tavares

Liverpool: Fabian Mrozek; Conor Bradley, Jarell Quansa (C), Budgetich Macieira, Billy Cumetio, Owen Beck, Kaida Gordon, Dominic Corness, Max Waltman, James Norris and Melcam Frauendorf.

Spare: Harvey Davis, Mateusz Musyalovski, Oakley Cannonier, Isaac Mabaye, Bobby Clarke, Terence McLaughlin-Miles and Luke Chambers.

Trainer: Mark Bridge-Wilkinson

Judge: Mohammed al-Hakim (Sweden)

Assistants: Max Robin Wilde and Niklas Nyberg (Sweden)

4th referee: Benjamin Speedy (Inglaterra)

There are already teams!

Thus, Jose Tavares’ charges already know that, having beaten Liverpool, they will immediately go to the next stage, and a draw may also allow them to reach the 1/8 finals, but for this they will have to wait for the result of Atletico Madrid – Milan, scheduled for 3 hours days on wednesday.

Whites and blues continue to lead the group with 10 points in four games (three wins and one draw), followed by England at three points. Atletico Madrid (4 points) and Milan (1 point) complete the quartet of this Group D.

This Wednesday (13:00) Porto will face Liverpool in the UEFA Youth League Matchday 5 of Group B. BOLA online will monitor this match with an accuracy of the minute, which in case of victory will automatically guarantee that the young dragons will reach the 1/8 finals of the competition.

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Verstappen fined 10 seconds for colliding with Hamilton at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen received a ten second penalty for colliding with Lewis Hamilton at the 27th turn of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix circuit.

Max Verstappen was fined ten seconds after he was found guilty of clashing with Lewis Hamilton at the Formula 1 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix played this Sunday when he was ordered to let the Englishman pass.

The Red Bull driver was also charged with two penalty points (seven in 12 months). The Red Bull driver retains second place – after the Briton – and, therefore, there is no change in the classification of the Saudi race.

Remember that the Dutchman was ordered to let Hamilton go ahead, and he sharply slowed down, causing the Briton to hit the rear fender of a Red Bull car.

The Mercedes driver won the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix and took the title in the final race of the season to be held next Sunday in Abu Dhabi.

Hamilton left Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) in second and Finn Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) in third.

With an extra point for the fastest lap in the race, Lewis Hamilton reaches the final race of the championship, sharing with leader Max Verstappen with 369.5 points, with the Red Bull driver having the tiebreak advantage, adding more wins in the season. … (nine versus seven).

Race Commissioners Communiqué:

“The stewards listened to the driver of car 33 (Max Verstappen), the driver of car 44 (Lewis Hamilton) and the team representative, watched the video and telemetry of the race and determined that the driver of car 33 was mainly to blame.
At turn 21, the driver of car 33 was ordered to return car 44 to position, and the team ordered to do so “strategically.” Car 33 slowed down significantly at turn 26. However, it was apparent that none of the drivers wanted to take the lead up to the DRS detection line 3.

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The driver of car 33 stated that he wondered why car 44 did not pass him, and the driver of car 44 stated that, not knowing at this stage that car 33 intended to return to position, he did not know about it. why 33 the car slows down. In deciding to punish the driver of car 33, the key point for the stewards was that the driver of car 33 braked suddenly and significantly (69 bar), resulting in a 2.4g deceleration.

Recognizing that the driver of car 44 may have passed car 33 when it slowed down, we understand why he (and the driver of car 33) did not want to cross the DRS first. However, sudden braking by the driver of vehicle 33 was determined by the stewards to be unstable and therefore the main cause of the collision, and therefore a standard 10 second penalty is imposed for this type of accident. ”

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Iago Aspas scores for Celta, was injured in celebration and made a smart decision – Spain

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The striker left the game in the 16th minute, still 1: 0 on the scoreboard.

Iago Aspas was one of the highlights of the day in the Spanish league. The striker of the national team of the neighboring country opened the scoring in the 11th minute in the match, which Celta lost to Valencia (1-2). However, during the celebration of the goal, the 34-year-old striker was injured and was forced to surrender in the match after 16 minutes by Renato Tapia. It was at this point that the seasoned footballer realized that he had an insight that went beyond the ordinary and was hardly noticeable at the moment of failure. Knowing that he was on the verge of receiving yellow cards, he decided to take off his shirt in four more rows. Referee Ricardo de Burgos was forced to reprimand him, and therefore Aspas will miss Celta’s next match against Mallorca on Friday, counting on the 17th round of La Liga. Aspas complained of the adductors on his right thigh and immediately realized that he was unlikely to be able to act again in the coming days. Thus, it prevented him from returning to clinical form and to the unfulfilled punishment game. Thus, this suspension will already be carried out 18 times during the recovery period of the Spain national team.

As for the game, as already mentioned, Valencia won: Portuguese Gonçalo Gedes jumped off the bench in the 83rd minute and replaced Angola’s Helder Costa. Che’s goals were scored by Hugo Duro and Maximiliano Gomez.

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A BOLA – Ibrahimovic criticizes United’s “little mentality” for juice (Internationale)

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A BOLA - Ibrahimovic criticizes United's "little mentality" for juice (Internationale)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s memoirs have become an excellent source of stories in recent days. Web site Athletic unveiled a little story told in the book “Adrenaline” when he was at Manchester United (2016-2018), and assumed a cash discount on his salary, he called it the “tiny mentality” of the English club.

But you better explain yourself.

“We went to play outside and were at the hotel. When I was thirsty, I went to the minibar and got juice. We played and then went home. After a while, the salary came – usually I don’t even open it, only at the end of the year to see what comes and what comes out. But this time, I don’t know why, I got curious. And I realized that they took a pound off my salary [ao câmbio de hoje equivale a 1,16 euros]”, Account.

Zlatan then called the club’s representative to inquire about the withdrawal and was told that the “£ -1” indication corresponds to the juice in the hotel. “Are you joking?” he asks. But the answer is simple: “Here, if you ask, you have to pay.”

“I didn’t go to the hotel of my own accord; I was not on vacation, this was my place of work. I was there in Manchester. If I have to play and I am thirsty, I have to drink. I cannot go to the dehydrated camp. (…) This will never happen in Italy, ”he said.

“Everyone thinks United is the best club, one of the richest and most influential in the world. From the outside it looked like this. But inside I found a narrow mentality, ”he concluded.

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