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Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester United: Marcus Rashford strikes late to win it

first_imgIf his recall therefore represented the chance he had been pushing for, Bournemouth swiftly threatened to seize it from him when in only the fourth minute Wilson sent Ryan Fraser clean through on David De Gea, who did brilliantly when spreading himself to save low from his shot.The goalkeeper had saved again from Wilson and watched Junior Stanislas go close when, in the 11th minute, they were rewarded by taking the lead.From Luke Shaw’s headed clearance, Lewis Cook fed Stanislas on the right, and after he sent a low cross in behind United’s low defence, the in-form Wilson calmly met it first time with a left-footed finish beyond De Gea to secure his fourth goal in four league games. 4 Manchester United stars celebrate their winner. revealed Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth had won five of their past six fixtures and were on course to win again when Callum Wilson gave them a deserved lead, but as they similarly did against Newcastle and Chelsea, United regrouped, securing a valuable victory through finishes from Anthony Martial and Rashford.The rebuild required since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement remains a steady, ongoing process, but if their rediscovery of the resilience that gave them so many points late on in games under Ferguson becomes a regular feature it will ensure they maintain their present momentum.In the absence of the injured Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez was handed his first league start for United since the 1-1 draw with Wolves on September 22, starting as the central striker as Rashford dropped to the bench. United gradually recovered the momentum, and almost took the lead on the hour mark when Sanchez headed towards goal from Smalling’s knockdown to force another save from Begovic.Young, Rashford and Paul Pogba then went closer still when, after Young was fouled and had curled a free-kick from the edge of the area against the crossbar, Rashford’s rebound was brilliantly blocked by Nathan Ake and then hit Pogba, who saw it roll towards the goal-line from where Brooks cleared. Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? predicted Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion In the second minute of added time, with a goal still likely, Martial found Pogba on the left wing, and he sent a superb cross to Rashford, who chested down and atoned for his earlier miss by finishing low from close range, further easing the pressure on Jose Mourinho. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 4 tense huge blow latest Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Rashford came off the bench to score the winner Bournemouth players celebrate Callum Wilson’s goal How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings changes whoops Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? Most Popular Premier League Stories gameday cracker The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 4 Nathan Ake put in a superb display at the back for Bournemouth. 4 SORRY Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford hit a stoppage-time winner as they came from behind to beat Bournemouth 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium.It continues the Red Devils’ revival as they now go three games unbeaten. Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update The hosts again went close when Adam Smith cut inside on his right foot and watched his inswinging cross go narrowly wide of the far post after Chris Smalling and De Gea curiously refused to cut it out, but were then ruthlessly punished by United.It was in the 35th minute when, after Sanchez had been fortunate not to be penalised for handball, he exchanged passes with Ashley Young, collected possession in the area and cut-back to Martial, who routinely finished past Asmir Begovic from in front of goal to score his fifth league goal from four.Fraser was responsible for creating the first clear chance in the second half when he attacked from the left and cut-back to David Brooks, who flicked towards goal with his heel to force De Gea into a reaction save. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT TOP WORK last_img read more

Drake Falls to No. 16/15 Iowa, 91-82

first_img at Bradley 1/4/2019 – 7 p.m. Following Friday’s final non-conference game, the Bulldogs kick off Missouri Valley Conference play Jan. 4 in Peoria, Ill. with a 7 p.m. tip-off against the Bradley Braves. Print Friendly Version Hittner matched her season-high in scoring with five minutes left in the second quarter. Her 23 first-half points were crucial, as just two other Bulldogs were in the scoring column at the second quarter media timeout. Photo Gallery At halftime, Drake led 45-43 after trailing by as much as 16 early. Hittner led all scorers with 23 points on 9-of-12 shooting, including 4-of-7 from three-point range. As a team, the Bulldogs hit five of their last eleven attempts from deep to outpace Iowa’s attack. Full Schedule Roster Preview Story Links Watch Live Next Game: Sara Rhine (Eldon, Mo.) scored 14 points and added four rebounds as Rhine has hit double-digit points in every game this season. Following the game, Hittner and Rhine were both recognized for reaching the 1,000-career point mark. With 3:11 on the clock, Drake kicked it into gear with a 13-0 scoring run to cut the Iowa lead to three points at 26-23 by the end of the quarter. Hittner’s 6-of-7 shooting performance was huge for Drake to get back in the game after Iowa’s hot start. Also, with five rebounds was Brenni Rose (Shawnee, Kan.), who added a team-best four assists, and Sammie Bachrodt (Wichita, Kan.), who scored 13 points and nabbed a pair of steals. Bachrodt is now only 11 points from 1,000 in her career. Maddy Dean (Jordan, Minn.) added 15 points.center_img Iowa also got into foul trouble late, but it was too late for the Bulldogs to take advantage. Hittner scored the team’s final seven points, but Iowa’s lead was too large to overcome as it pulled out the in-state win. Later in the fourth, Bachrodt hit a three-pointer to tie the game at 70-70 with 8:20 left. However, Drake’s three inside players, Rhine, Allie Wooldridge (Center Point, Iowa) and Monica Burich (Roseville, Minn.), had foul trouble and were forced to play cautiously in the final quarter. This allowed Gustafson to play more aggressively down low as she scored 19 points in the quarter, and helped Iowa lead by as many as 14 late. The Hawkeyes jumped out to an early 26-10 lead, helped by making their first nine shots. Hittner did her best to keep the Bulldogs in the game, scoring Drake’s first 11 points. Live Stats 1350 ESPN Des Moines ESPN+ HTML Box Score At the third quarter media timeout, Iowa led 57-55. The two teams traded baskets, and Dean tied the game at 61-all on her third three of the game. Iowa looked like they were going to run away with the lead, but Bachrodt hit four free throws in the final minute to make it a one-point (68-67) game going into the fourth. The Bulldogs did a good job to frustrate Gustafson in the second quarter, denying her the ball and making things difficult in the paint. The All-American made just one field goal on six attempts in the quarter. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s basketball team lost to No. 16/15 Iowa, 91-82, Friday night in front of a season-high 6,107 at the Knapp Center in the team’s final non-conference game. Iowa (9-2) were led by standout Megan Gustafson, whose 44 points and 14 rebounds were both game-highs. The Hawkeyes only played seven players in the game as their starting five scored all 91 points. PDF Box Score Drake (8-4) was led by Becca Hittner (Urbandale, Iowa) who finished with a career-high 32 points and tied the team-high with five rebounds.last_img read more

MICA group put pressure on banks over homes affected by bad blocks

first_imgDonegal’s Mica Action Group have stepped up their campaign and are now actively been engaging with banks and financial institutions who hold mortgages on mica properties.The group are making a conserted effort to gain their support for families across the county affected by the defective blocks issue.Joe Morgan, a new MAG committee member, is spearheading the engagement between MAG and the financial institutions. He said “With the announcement in May of this year that there is a requirement for homeowners to contribute 10% towards the cost of the remedial scheme for the repair of their homes, MAG are bringing to the attention of the banks the absolute necessity for them to step up to the plate and support homeowners across the county.“We are reiterating that financial institutions are also stakeholders in this crisis; they potentially have thousands of homes on their books which are currently valued way in excess of the real market value due to the defective blocks issue. It is only following the repair of these homes (through accessing the redress scheme), that this higher valuation can be reinstated.”He added that without the scheme, many of these homes will never return to their former market value.Due to the requirement on homeowners to make a 10% contribution, MAG feel that this scheme will be out of reach for many families without a direct contribution from the lenders, in circumstances where the families cannot make up the 10% private contribution. Mr Morgan added “It is clear that it is also in the lenders interest to ensure homes with financial agreements secured against them (i.e. loans or mortgages) are returned to market value. If families without the means to contribute the 10% private contribution are not supported, these homes will continue to deteriorate year on year. This will lead to those families leaving their home and moving into rental accommodation. Mortgage default and repossession proceedings will follow. This is not what the homeowners want and it is not what lenders want. It is I no-one’s interest to let this happen. “In addition to this direct engagement with lenders, and following a meeting with Minister Joe McHugh on Oct 22nd, where a commitment was given by Minister Mc Hugh to seek a joint supporting statement from The Department of Finance & The Central Bank to ask for unique financial measures from the major lenders in Donegal, last week we again wrote to Minister Mc Hugh (Minister for Education), Minister Eoghan Murphy (Minister for Housing) and Minister Pascal O’ Donoghue (Minister for Finance) asking for their respective updates on this offer of support.The lenders themselves have stated a common approach would be very beneficial and have welcomed a supporting position from The Central Bank and Government. MAG have led discussion and debate to date and have been successful in generating significant engagement within the major lender headquarters in Dublin. They now need help from Government to bring the full circle and to exert pressure from all sides.“In the interim, MAG are continuing to lobby the major lenders and have requested written positions from each lender by the end of November. Lender’s positions will be made public in early December, in order for families to be aware of the support mechanisms in place for them.“It is crucial therefore that the key lenders in the county have indications of support from Government and The Central Bank ahead of this milestone. It is our intent to follow this publication with a Financial information event in Late January 2020 in Letterkenny to support active engagement between the lenders/banks and their customers impacted by the Mica crisis.” MICA group put pressure on banks over homes affected by bad blocks was last modified: November 19th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bad blocksbankshomesMICAPressurelast_img read more

Local Roundup: Humboldt State’s Alyssabeth DeJerez Named CCAA Female Track Athlete of the Week

first_imgARCATA >> Following a strong performance at the Kim Duyst Invitational in Turlock, Humboldt State’s Alyssabeth DeJerez was named California Collegiate Athletic Association Female Track Athlete of the Week on Tuesday.“Alyssabeth ran a great race against some top conference competition,” Humboldt State head coach Scott Pesch said. “She is coming back this year with a vengeance as a senior.”The senior finished first in the 200m and 400m dash at Saturday’s meet. DeJerez earned a provisional …last_img read more

Flagellum Described in High-Performance Lingo

first_img1Q&A: Howard Berg, Current Biology, Volume 15, Issue 6, 29 March 2005, Pages R189-R190, doi:10.1016/j.cub.2005.03.003.And yet he says, “Chemotaxis evolved so that cells can locate nutrients….”  Who would have imagined, indeed.  But then, when entering the high-performance world of microtechnology, imagination is what keeps the evolutionary story lubricated.  Alcohol helps, too (see 08/12/2004 entry); some evolutionists seem to have converged on that form of chemotaxis after watching Unlocking the Mystery of Life. The modern era [of chemotaxis studies] began in the 1960s with Tetsuo Iino and Sho Asakura in Mishima and Nagoya, who began work on the structure of flagellar filaments (thought then to be primitive bending machines)…the flagellar motor has several pistons and a novel torque-speed relationship….We hope to understand how bacterial chemotaxis works, every nut and bolt.  Who would have imagined: receptor complexes that count molecules and make temporal comparisons; activation of a diffusible signal that couples receptors to flagella; reversible rotary engines that drive propellers of variable pitch; force generators, rotors, drive shafts, bushings, and universal joints; a system with prodigious sensitivity, with amplification generated by receptor-receptor interactions?  The biggest black box is the motor.  We know a great deal about its electromotive and mechanical properties (torque, speed, changes in direction, and so forth) but we do not really know how it works.  We need more structural information.  This is hard, because essential components are membrane embedded.  But even in an age of systems biology, one should not be embarrassed to focus on an isolated network controlling a particular molecular machine. (Emphasis added in all quotes.) (Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0center_img The bacterial flagellum, a virtual icon of the intelligent design movement, has been studied by many researchers, notably Howard Berg of Harvard, an expert on chemotaxis (the attraction of bacteria to chemical stimuli).  Berg was interviewed in Current Biology1 and talked like a race car mechanic when discussing this molecular machine, though he is not involved in the ID movement and believes in evolution.  Here are some excerpts:last_img read more

Your Acre of Africa

first_img15 March 2005My Acre of Africa is a unique initiative to raise funds for the preservation of southern Africa’s wildlife and wild lands, as well as for a remarkable environmental education facility to be built in the Kruger Park, one of the world’s greatest wildlife reserves.Individuals and organisations from all over the world can buy bricks for the paths, camps and rivers of the Environmental Life Centre. To be built at the Kruger Park’s Albasini Gate, the centre will comprise specialised conservation education resources incorporated within a detailed, scale-model, relief map of the Kruger National Park – sized so that visitors can walk the entire area in less than a day.This “living map” will replicate the park in miniature: the park borders; the land area with all its varying topography and natural vegetation; sites of historical and archaeological significance; rivers and dams; tourist camps and park entrance gates, and the road network.A major part of the replica-map will be natural bushveld – planted under the direct supervision of SANParks and Kruger scientists, with different vegetation indigenous to Kruger.Nelson Mandela, patron-in-chief of My Acre of AfricaThrough this natural bush, “pathways” of different coloured, natural clay and granite paving bricks will be laid out – each colour being coded to a different feature of the park: border, road network, rivers, camps and entrance gates.Each brick will represent an acre of Africa – specifically, one of Kruger’s 4 692 914 acres – so the pathways will be made up of nearly five million natural clay and granite bricks.By visiting this “Kruger in microcosm”, visitors will be able to formulate a complete sense of one of the world’s greatest national parks.The aim is for the centre to be visited by each South African child at least once during his or her school career. Spread over 110 acres, the centre will educate children about the importance of their natural heritage.The campaign, developed by Johnnic Communications Limited in association with South African National Parks, also aims to raise US$200-million in sustainable financing for the protection of the region’s unique bio-diversity, via an Endowment Fund to support seriously depleted conservation projects.The idea is to capture the hearts and minds of people all over the world and to inspire them to act now to ensure the survival of Africa’s irreplaceable wildlife treasury – a legacy to be held by Africa for the benefit of all the children of today and tomorrow.Each brick represents an acre of wildlife responsibility and is symbolic of southern Africa’s wild areas. There are four types of brick available for sponsorship, ranging in price from US$49 to $500.Each brick will bear a personal inscription chosen by the donor. In this way, every donor’s name will be preserved for posterity in one of the world’s greatest wildlife reserves. Each sponsor will also receive a personal commemorative certificate from Nelson Mandela, the patron-in-chief of My Acre of Africa.Says Mandela: “With bricks we shall build our children’s future, created only from the purest and finest elements, gently and lovingly laid on the deepest and strongest foundations, upon which our children, grown to adulthood, will stand tall and proud as they take their place alongside the wild things with which they share a healthy and beautiful Earth.“If we do not do something to prevent it, Africa’s animals – and the places in which they live – will be lost to our world and her children forever. Before it is too late, we need your help to lay the foundation that will preserve this precious legacy long after we are gone.”SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more