Cricket News Women’s World T20 2018: Harmanpreet Kaur’s historic ton creates many records

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Harmanpreet Kaur has a habit of creating history when the occasion is big. Her 171 off 115 balls in the semi-final of the Women’s World Cup in 2017 against Australia enhanced her reputation considerably. Since then, the current Indian women’s skipper has provided some memorable moments.Read More | Harmanpreet Kaur hits historic ton, India win opening game in Women’s World T20In the first game of the Women’s World T20, Kaur created history again when she blasted a century against New Zealand at Providence, Guyana. Her 103 off 51 balls gave India a sensational 34-run win to get their campaign off to a fine start. During her knock, she shattered several records. Here is a list of records that she broke.Read More | Kohli’s suggestion that pacers skip IPL ahead of WC a sound counsel1 – Harmanpreet Kaur became the first India woman player to score a century in the World T20 event.103 – Harmanpreet Kaur’s maiden century in Twenty20 Internationals. She is the first Indian player to hit a century in this format. The previous highest was 97* by Mithali Raj against Malaysia.134 – The partnership between Harmanpreet Kaur and Jemimah Rodrigues for the fifth wicket, India’s highest in Twenty20 Internationals. The previous highest was 130 by Punam Raut and Thirush Kamini against Bangladesh in Vadodara in 2013.3 – Harmanpreet Kaur became the third player to hit a century in the World T20. Australia’s Meg Lanning smashed 126 against Ireland in the 2014 World T20 while West Indies’Deandra Dottin hit 112* against South Africa in St Kitts in 2010. Dottin’s century was the first-ever in Women’s World T20.194/5 – India’s second-highest score in Twenty20 Internationals. However, this is the highest score in World T20, beating Australia’s 191/4 against Ireland in the 2014 event. last_img read more

Football News India football team’s performance can only go up: Udanta Singh

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: India international Udanta Singh feels that the Kings Cup tournament in Thailand next month will be a chance to show the upward graph in national team’s performance after its creditable show at the Asian Cup earlier this year. The Indian team was on the verge of making to the knock-out rounds of the Asian Cup in the UAE in January before a late goal by Bahrain dashed its hopes. The team will play in the Kings Cup starting June 5 in Thailand.”In the AFC Asian Cup, we showed what we are capable of. We were unlucky not to progress through to the next round. But our win over Thailand was a statement of our abilities as a young team,” Udanta said.”We can only go upwards from here and the Kings Cup will be another good platform to grow,” the India winger was quoted as saying by the official website of the All India Football Federation. India play Caribbean nation Curacao in their opening match of the King’s Cup on June 5 at Buriram, Thailand.The fleet-footed Manipuri said strength and conditioning plays a major role in the off-season and one can exceed his athletic capabilities with a proper programme when not engaged with football.”I took a couple of days off, and I got right back into the grind. I try to train daily, and do some sort of strength and conditioning or stretching daily so as to not only exceed my athletic capabilities but be in better physical form once the seasons starts,” he said.”It really depends what you want to do in the off-season. You can relax, or you can put the work in and get ready for the next season. I prefer the latter.” last_img read more

The Latest: UT students need negative virus test before game

first_imgTexas has up to 3,000 student tickets available for the football game. To claim a ticket, a student must pass a university-provided rapid test on Friday, the school said. The test will be free to students at a cost of about $90 per test to the university.Texas will allow about 18,000 fans to attend the game at a stadium that typically seats close to 100,000. The testing requirement doesn’t apply to the general public attending the game.Texas doesn’t require students to be tested before they attend classes, although most are taking classes online, and gatherings of 10 or more people are generally not allowed.“For a single event where many are gathering, we felt this additional safety measure was beneficial,” Texas spokesman J.B Bird said.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The University of Texas will require students to pass a COVID-19 test before they’ll be allowed to attend the No. 14 Longhorns’ season opener against UTEP on Saturday night. Boston College has suspended activities for its men’s and women’s swimming and diving program after some team members tested positive for the coronavirus.School spokesman Jason Baum says in an email that the athletes who tested positive are in isolation. He declined to say how many team members had tested positive and whether they were on the men’s or women’s team.As of Thursday, there were 68 undergraduates in isolation, including 28 in isolation housing and 40 recovering at home. Fifteen students have recovered from the virus.___The president of Italian soccer club Napoli has tested positive for the coronavirus. More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports September 10, 2020center_img Associated Press The team says Aurelio De Laurentiis was positive following a test taken Wednesday.De Laurentiis attended a Serie A meeting in Milan on Wednesday that included representatives of each of the Italian league’s 20 clubs. He was also in contact with Napoli’s players and staff recently during the team’s preseason training camp in Castel di Sangro.It wasn’t immediately clear if Napoli’s entire squad would be placed in isolation as a precautionary measure.Napoli’s opening Serie A match is at Parma in 10 days and the team is scheduled to play Pescara and Sporting Lisbon in preseason friendlies on Friday and Sunday.___ The Latest: UT students need negative virus test before gamelast_img read more

Syracuse University tweet violates NCAA guidelines

first_imgIn the midst of Syracuse earning a verbal commitment from highly touted recruit DaJuan Coleman on Tuesday, a mediator of Syracuse University’s Twitter account violated NCAA guidelines. Not long after Coleman chose Syracuse, a tweet from SU’s official twitter account, @SyracuseU, read: ‘DAJUAN COLEMAN IS COMING TO ‘CUSE!’ It was soon retweeted by a handful of people on Twitter, but the tweet is a violation because Coleman has not yet signed a letter of intent to play for Syracuse. According to the NCAA website’s page on social media and recruiting, ‘NCAA rules do not allow comments about possible recruits on an institution’s social media page or a page belonging to someone affiliated with the institution.’ The tweet was posted by a member of Syracuse University’s Twitter team, Kevin Quinn, senior vice president for public affairs, said in an email. Soon after it was posted, the team realized it was inappropriate, and it was deleted from the Twitter account within 15 minutes. ‘It was taken down because it should not have been posted, in accordance with NCAA guidelines,’ Quinn said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Quinn said the university will be advising the NCAA of the situation. Said Quinn: ‘We will be notifying the NCAA and ensuring something like this does not happen again.’ mcooperj@syr.edu Comments Published on October 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: mcooperj@syr.edu | @mark_cooperjrcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova to step down due to illness

first_imgBarcelona have suspended their scheduled media activities for today amid reports in Spain concerning the health of coach Tito Vilanova.Vilanova, who replaced Pep Guardiola this summer, underwent surgery on a salivary gland last November.Media reports in Spain suggest the 44-year-old Vilanova has suffered a relapse.Barca released a press statement this morning announcing they had suspended all activities for today but did not go into details and did not mention Vilanova.The club confirmed a further announcement would be made later today.The statement read: “Barcelona announce that it is has suspended the press conference from president Sandro Rosell planned for midday. As well as that, the media Christmas lunch has been cancelled. “Later today the club will issue a further release. Until that time we will not make any announcement about this matter.“We regret any inconvenience this decision may cause.”It was announced in April that Vilanova would take over as Barca coach following Guardiola’s decision to step down at the end of the season and take a year-long sabbatical from the game.Vilanova was Guardiola’s assistant during four hugely successful years at the Nou Camp which saw Barca win 13 trophies, including two Champions League crowns and three Primera Division titles.Vilanova has enjoyed a superb start to his tenure in the hotseat, helping Barca establish a nine-point lead at the top of the league standings after winning 15 of their opening 16 games while drawing the other. Barca are also through to the knockout stages of the Champions League and hold a 2-0 first-leg lead over Cordoba in their Copa del Rey last-16 tie.Despite there being no official confirmation about the condition of Vilanova, there have been messages of support from leading figures in Spanish sport.Tennis star Rafael Nadal tweeted: “All my strength and support to Tito Vilanova! We are with you to overcome this new step.”Real Betis said on their official twitter feed: “@RBetisOficial and their professionals offer their total support for the coach of @FCBarcelona_es, Tito Vilanova.”Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera was quoted as saying in AS: “I’m stunned. Is it true? Tito has shown himself to be a fighter, overcoming a very serious illness and I hope that it’s going to be the same this time. He has all of my support and that of the club.” MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo, meanwhile, tweeted: “#AnimoTito (encouragement for Tito).”last_img read more

Ghana set for Middle East-Africa Rugby League Championship

first_imgGhana national rugby union team are expected to leave the country on Tuesday for their debut appearance at Middle East-Africa (MEA) Rugby League Championship in Nigeria.The team have been camping since June for the four-team tournament which starts on October 2. Ghana will slug it out with hosts Nigeria, Cameroon, and Morocco for the ultimate title.“I think after months of preparation, everyone is pretty much excited to get out there to play our first game on Wednesday. They are very committed, disciplined, passionate set of blokes,” Coach Andrews Neil Gilvary told media after their last training session in Ghana on Sunday. “They’ve been a pleasure to work with and going forward for the tournament so we are all excited and can’t wait to get out there”.“Well, I think it’s a group. We just got to control the controllable. I know our strengths, I know we are a big physical set of blokes and that we have got good speed on the edge so we are going to play to that”. The All Stars will open their account against Nigeria at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos with the winner progressing to the final.Neil Gilvary said: “Hopefully, they will be able to put everything they have done in practice into play. We also know Nigeria have got good players”.“I know their coach. I know a few of the boys who will be out there so it’s going to be tough but from what I have seen today, there is no doubt that we will put in a good performance.”Ghana’s squad for the tournament: BACKS: Chris Da-Gama, Michael Quaye, Philip Asomani, John Bless Mensah, Elikem Korsi Asafo, Reece Connor Rance, Collins Kwaku Ofosu, Williams Pearce-Biney, Desmond Atsu Geotrah, Albert Abeku Amonoo Nelson. FORWARDS: Jordan Annan, Eric Tettegah, Benjamin Anane, Enoch Abam Niikoi, On-Yelib Oliver Puman, Nigel Nii Ampim Sackey, Riddick Abrokwah Alibah, Marcus Alexander Amate Neil, Samuel Adu Aboagye-Sarpong.STAFF: Julius Amevor, Philans Ankrah, Marshall Nortey, Emmanuel Awuku, Andrews Neil Gilvary, Jafaru Awudu Mustapha.—last_img read more

LA Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw blanks New York Mets in dominating fashion

first_img“I’m definitely not smarter,” Kershaw joked. “Other than knowing that walking guys is how you get in trouble. I’d rather make them string hits together. You want to make them beat you and not give them any help.“I feel like my delivery has been pretty solid all year. I’ve been able to repeat pitches. Maybe it’s a combination of that. But definitely not smarter.”Kershaw’s only blips were a leadoff single by Asdrubal Cabrera in the fourth and two-out hits by Curtis Granderson (a double in the sixth) and Cabrera again (in the ninth). Between Cabrera’s two hits, Kershaw retired 16 of 17 Mets.“He had great feel (for his curveball),” Roberts said. “Just the fastball command, the slider depth– everything was special.”It was Kershaw’s fifth consecutive start with at least 10 strikeouts, a new franchise record (the MLB record is eight).And with the shutout, Kershaw moved to the top of the leaderboard among active pitchers in that category – passing Colon who made his big-league debut when Kershaw was finishing up third grade.The oldest – and possibly roundest – man in baseball history to hit his first home run (five days ago in San Diego), the 42-year-old Colon doesn’t just hit adorable home runs. He gives them up too.The Dodgers got to him for four runs in the first inning, topped by a three-run home run from Grandal who made Roberts – or the daily dose of analytics he digests – look prescient.The Dodgers manager opted to start Grandal behind the plate with Kershaw on the mound for only the second time this season. The only other time he did it, Kershaw allowed five runs in an inning and suffered his only loss of the season.But Roberts said he liked the matchup of Grandal at the plate against “a heavy fastball guy.” Like Colon’s chin, Roberts’ scouting report on the corpulent Colon existed on multiple levels and Grandal ate up one of those fastballs for his second home run in as many nights.“I liked the matchup,” Roberts said. “I can’t obviously predict a three-run homer. But I still felt that with three or four at-bats against Colon I thought Yazzie had a chance to do some damage.”Colon is reliably fastball-dependent. While Grandal said he doesn’t consider himself a fastball, he knew enough to expect one when Colon fell behind 2-and-0 in the first inning, having already given up three consecutive hits to start the inning.“Obviously, Colon works off his fastball,” Grandal said. “He also throws a slider and changeup but he really pitches off his fastball – two-seamers, four-seamers.“If you’re going to throw the fastball, I’m going to be ready for it whether it’s 97 or 87 (mph).”An inning later, another Dodger took Colon deep. Chase Utley’s solo home run was the middle of his three hits against his elder.“He got on the heater tonight,” Roberts said.That made it 5-0 and the score stayed there, taunting the Mets as Kershaw mowed them down. He is now 81-0 when given a four-run lead. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Bartolo Colon might be king of the GIF. But Clayton Kershaw is master of his domain.Kershaw struck out 13 in a three-hit shutout as the Dodgers beat Colon and the New York Mets, 5-0, Thursday night to salvage a split of their four-game series at Dodger Stadium.In his 250th career start, Kershaw threw his second complete-game shutout this season and the 14th of his career. Eight of those have come at Dodger Stadium where Kershaw is 66-29 with a 2.06 ERA and hasn’t given up a run in his past two starts – both of his shutouts.“Clayton was Clayton. He’s a beast,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “He was just completely dominant. I don’t think there’s enough adjectives to describe what he does for our ballclub.”center_img Basically – he makes them winners. The Dodgers are now 7-1 in his eight starts this season, 11-16 the rest of the time.“He had a lot of quick outs, a lot of strikeouts,” Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal said of Kershaw who threw only 109 pitches in the complete game. “It seemed like he was cruising.”Maybe because he was. Kershaw retired nine of the first 10 batters he faced (five by strikeout), a stretch interrupted only by a first-inning walk to David Wright. That was Kershaw’s first walk since the eighth inning of his April 21 start in Atlanta.In between, Kershaw struck out 34 in 23 innings before issuing another free ride. He leads the majors with a silly 19.25 strikeout-to-walk ratio – that actually went down (from 21.33 to start the game) tonight.It might be a sign that Kershaw’s command is getting even better or he is getting even smarter on the mound. Neither bodes well for opposing hitters.last_img read more

Chelangat 10th in Commonwealth Youth Games 1500m final

first_img5.03.68 Scotland’s Erin Wallace takes victory  in the 1500m Thursday night Sarah Chelangat  ??  10th in 1500m final at Commonwealth Youth Games in Bahamas  #BahamasCYG2017Nassau, Bahamas  | THE INDEPENDENT |  Uganda’s Sarah Chelangat finished 10th in the final of the girls 1500m Commonwealth Youth Games on Thursday.She finished in 4.26.88, well outside her personal best in the 1500m of 4:21.62 set last month.The race was won by Scotland’s Erin Wallace, who stunned the field to takes the 1500m gold. Kenya’s Viola Chemutai could only managet silver and New Zealand’s Katrina Robinson the bronze.Chelangat is fresh from the World Under-18 athletics championships in Nairobi last week where she finished 5th in the 3000m race in 9:40.18.  Kenya’s Chepkirui Immaculate, silver medalist in the 3000m in Nairobi, could only manage 10th place.Uganda is represented at the Games by three teenagers.In Bahamas,  Chelangat who will also feature in her favourite 3000m final on Saturday, is joined by athlete Josephine Lalam Joyce, 16 who did not compete in the girls discuss on Friday and is now scheduled to appear in the Javelin final on Saturday, and swimmer Atuhaire Ogola Ambala, 16 , who featured in the boys 200m freestyle and breastroke plus the 400m Individual medley races.Atuhaire was 7th in heat 1 of 400m Individual Medley swimming on Thursday. A day earlier, he came 2nd in his 200m Freestyle Heat 1 in 2:07.97 (36th out of 39)  and 15th out of 16 in 200m Breastroke.Uganda has a rich history in the Commonwealth Youth Games, having won 14 medals in track and field athletics at the last three games in  Samoa in 2015, Isle of Man in 2011 and in Pune India in 2008.More than 1,000 young athletes will take part in the sixth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games between 18 and 23 July.Atuhaire Ogola Ambala carrying the national flag at the Commonwealth Youth Games opening ceremony in Bahamas Tuesday nightThe participants, aged between 14 and 18, will represent each of the 52 Commonwealth countries (or 70 participating national teams) and will compete in nine sports events over the course of six days.The 2017 Games will feature three new sports, beach soccer, judo and beach volleyball whilst dropping archery, lawn bowls, weightlifting, and squash. Cycling will also make a return during these games.UOC and Athletics official Godfrey Nuwagaba and UOC’s Jacqueline Nakiddu are leading the Ugandan team. CHAU Jocelyn Commonwealth medals for Uganda2015Apia Samoa – Two Silver, two bronze.Athletics – Peruth Chemutai silver in girls 1500m and 3000mAthletics – Janat Chamutso bronze in girls 1500m and 3000m2011Isle of Man – 1 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronzeAthletics – Halimah Nakaayi  400m goldAthletics – Phillip Kipyeko bronze 3000mAthletics – Zac Kiprotich silver 2000m SCAthletics –  Nancy Cheptegei 3000m silverAthletics –  Nancy cheptgeri 2000m sc silver2008Pune, India – 1 Gold, 4 silverAthletics –  Elvis Ukale silver 400mAthletics –  Alex cherop silver 1500mAthletics –  Moses Kibet gold 5000mAthletics –  Dickson Huru silver 5000mAthletics – Doreen Chesang silver 3000mTHURSDAY RESULT – Girls 1500m final 8 4 MC KOY Claudrice 3 CHEPKIRUI Emmacu.. 4.16.73 O’CONNOR Hannah .. MONROQUE Kamillah 7 13 SMITH Anna Charl.. ROBINSON Katrina.. 14 MASON Olivia Grace 4.21.81 6 4.26.88 4.22.55 4.23.74 CHEMUTAI Viola 4.28.83 VINCENT Zita Aru..center_img CHELANGAT Sarah 4.22.99 4.17.99 11 SMALL Keely Meghan SMART Melany Anna 12 4.17.19 4.16.61 RANKBIBNAMERESULT FORSYTH Anne 4.22.82 5 4.30.88 9 2 4.44.86 The 3000m race in Nairobi where Chelangat finsihed 5th. PHOTO IAAFGreat Commonwealth history for UgandaUganda has a rich history at the youth level, especially in athletics where the Commonwealth Youth Games have introduced the likes of  Halimah Nakaayi to the big stage. The games were first held in Edinburgh in 2000 with Uganda getting onto the medal scene in a big way in Pune, India in 2008. 1 DNF WALLACE Erin Hea.. 10 15 Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

IDAHO NATIVE SCOTT STEVENS WINS PRESTIGIOUS 2019 GEORGE WOOLF MEMORIAL JOCKEY AWARD

first_imgIDAHO NATIVE SCOTT STEVENS WINS PRESTIGIOUS 2019 GEORGE WOOLF MEMORIAL JOCKEY AWARD; CONSISTENCY & WORK ETHIC HALLMARKS OF ICONIC 43-YEAR CAREER SCOTT & GARY STEVENS ARE FIRST BROTHER-WINNING COMBO SINCE AWARD’S INCEPTION IN 1950 ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 8, 2019)–In what is surely an indelible highlight to an incredible 43-year career in the saddle, jockey Scott Stevens has been selected by a nationwide vote of his peers as the winner of Santa Anita’s 2019 George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award.In winning this year’s Woolf Award, Stevens, 58, joins his Hall of Fame brother Gary, the 1996 Woolf winner, in becoming the only pair of brothers to win the Award since its inception in 1950.One of five Woolf Award finalists, Stevens outpolled fellow riders Joe Bravo, Kerwin Clark, John Davila, Jr. and Julien Leparoux.  In becoming the 70th Woolf Award winner, Scott Stevens follows in the footsteps of some of the greatest riders of the modern era.Born Oct. 6, 1960 in Caldwell, Idaho and the son of a trainer and former rodeo queen, Stevens was raised with horses and broke his maiden on May 30, 1976 at Les Bois Park in Boise, at the age of 15.Well respected and liked wherever he has ridden, Stevens, who is a member of both the Idaho and Canterbury Park (MN) Racing Halls of Fame, has amassed more than 4,800 wins from more than 32,400 career mounts.Despite sustaining numerous injuries over the years, several life threatening, Stevens, in an interview with Jay Privman of Daily Racing Form eight years ago, articulated what keeps him going.“…I want to make a good living,” he said.  “I still feel I’m as aggressive as I’ve ever been.  That’s the drive I have.  I love to win races.  I love being in the jocks’ room.  When Gary rode in the Legends race at Santa Anita a couple of years ago, I saw (1981 Woolf Award winner) Eddie Delahoussaye in the Grandstand.  He said he’d be out there in a heartbeat if he could.  We all feel that way…If the day comes when I don’t feel like doing it, when it feels like a job, I’ll go out gracefully and be proud of what I did.”A helpful source of information and guidance to younger riders, Stevens remains active this winter at Turf Paradise in Phoenix, AZ, where he’s a nine-time leading rider.Stevens, who resides in Phoenix with his longtime partner Pam Isles, has two grown children, a daughter, Jessica and a son, Jake, and he lists 1988 Breeders’ Cup Turf winner Great Communicator and 1998 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Real Quiet among the best horses he’s ridden.“Great Communicator I rode in the 1986-87 season at Santa Anita, a year and a half before he won the Breeders’ Cup with (2005 Woolf Award winner) Ray Sibille,” said Stevens in his 2011 interview with Jay Privman.  “He could run further at full speed than any horse I ever rode.  Real Quiet I rode three times as a 2-year-old, including the Indian Nations Futurity at Santa Fe, and a maiden race at Del Mar going a mile…At the time, he was just a big, skinny kid.  They called him The Fish.”A beloved and highly respected figure on the American racing landscape for parts of five decades, Scott Stevens will receive the Woolf Award Trophy in a Santa Anita Winner’s Circle ceremony on an as-yet to be determined date later this winter or spring.(The legendary Hall of Fame jockey George Woolf died at age 35 following a spill on Santa Anita’s Club House turn on Jan. 3, 1946.  The winner of the inaugural Santa Anita Handicap aboard Azucar on Feb. 23, 1935, Woolf also guided the immortal Seabiscuit to victory over 1937 Triple Crown winner and reigning Horse of the Year War Admiral in a winner-take-all match race at Pimlico Race Course on Nov. 1, 1938).last_img read more

Spurs to offer Son counselling as Ben Davies insists team will rally around him

first_imgTOTTENHAM left-back Ben Davies has insisted the squad will rally behind Son Heung-min with the club to offer the winger psychological counselling.The 27-year-old was left in tears after his tackle on Andre Gomes left the Everton midfielder with a dislocated and fractured ankle during yesterday’s 1-1 draw.1 Ben Davies has insisted that Spurs will rally behind Son Heung-min after the Angel Gomes injurySouth Korean international Son was sent off over the challenge, despite referee Martin Atkinson initially pulling out the yellow card to book the player.The ex-Hamburg winger was so distraught that he was unable to pick his head up in the dressing room, as Everton players came in to console him after the full-time whistle.According to the Athletic, Son will be given psychological counselling by Spurs who will do all they can to help him.Son’s team-mate Davies has claimed that the former Bayer Leverkusen winger has been left “broken” by the incident.The Welsh ace said: “We will try to pick him up as much as we can. It’s tough right now.”It is just about making sure that he realises he didn’t go out there to hurt anyone, he thinks that people may see that in him, but it is not the case.“It’s one of those things. There were probably three more tackles that were worse than the incident that happened. It’s a freak moment in football. Son can’t let himself be too down about it.“As a group we have to pull together now. That’s what we said on the pitch, pulling together when times are tough.”He added: “It shakes you up, it really does. It doesn’t matter if it is your team-mate or not. You can see the emotion across the pitch.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticSon breaks down in tears as Gomes screams in agony from broken ankleProof Martin Atkinson changed his mind on Son red card after horror Gomes injuryPrem release statement on why Son was sent off after Gomes leg horrorEverton stars including Coleman went into Spurs dressing room to comfort SonSon ‘in Spurs changing room in tears refusing to lift head’ after Gomes woeTosun recalls harrowing moment Andre Gomes lay crying in shock with his eyes wide open after Son tackle “Nobody goes on the pitch to hurt anyone, especially not somebody like Son, who is a bit broken to deal with what has happened.“The team just have to sometimes say these things happen in football and, as horrible as it is, they do. For us it is just hoping Andre Gomes is okay now.”Everton confirmed earlier today that Gomes’ surgery was successful, with the player expected to make a full recovery.last_img read more