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James Maddison earns Leicester draw at Claudio Ranieri’s Fulham
James Maddison earns Leicester draw at Claudio Ranieri’s Fulham

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF Premier League  Fulham’s progress under Claudio Ranieri is being measured in small steps. The Italian and his players departed this tight contest vaguely dissatisfied to have taken only a point having led Leicester City through much of the second half, their mood coloured by the sight of Denis Odoi wastefully scooping a shot over the crossbar in stoppage time. Yet in the cold light of day, the improvements seen here should suggest a brighter future awaits.  The weight of the division still bears down on the Londoners but they are not the soft touch they were a few weeks ago. Three games into Ranieri’s tenure and some of the naivety has been drummed out of them. There were long periods while confronting a team with top-half credentials when Fulham even felt in control, their lead established against the run of play but their shape well-enforced thereafter and a threat carried on the counterattack. The frustration, of course, was that all it took was one moment of carelessness with the end almost in sight to undo a lot of their hard work. Lingard earns point for Manchester United after De Gea hands Arsenal lead Read more  Leicester conjured their equaliser when the substitutes Demarai Gray and Shinji Okazaki combined slickly down the visitors’ right flank and the latter, allowed space by a disoriented Alfie Mawson, pulled the ball back to the penalty spot. There loitered James Maddison, the classiest attacking talent on the pitch, to dispatch a crisp first-time finish into the bottom corner. The hosts’ wait for a first clean sheet of the season had been extended. “At this moment, when we make mistakes, the big opponents score,” said Ranieri. “But we continue to progress. Slowly, slowly.”  This had been an emotional experience for the Italian against the team with whom he claimed the only top-flight title of his managerial career to date. He had offered his tribute to the late Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha prior to kick-off, acknowledged the chants of the away support and saw four key members of his Premier League winning side start in Leicester’s ranks. Yet, other than a quick “hello” to familiar faces, he concentrated purely on Fulham’s latest opportunity and gained encouragement from much that he witnessed.  Fulham could point to the substitute Tom Cairney fizzing a shot just wide of the post while their lead still stood or that late miss by Odoi. Leicester threatened repeatedly in the first half and Kelechi Iheanacho should have scored the game’s opening goal early on. But at the other end Kasper Schmeichel was forced into an astonishing fingertip save to deny Callum Chambers – a makeshift defensive midfielder who seems destined to bring the best out of opposing goalkeepers having tested Chelsea consistently on Sunday – as he belted a volley from Odoi’s nod back towards the far corner. Liv

Shane Duffy sees red but 10-man Brighton too strong for Crystal Palace
Shane Duffy sees red but 10-man Brighton too strong for Crystal Palace

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF Premier League  Brighton & Hove Albion have enjoyed plenty of giddy highs since ascending back into English football’s top division, from successive wins over Manchester United to a home humbling of Arsenal, though this may be the victory they have enjoyed most to date. Crystal Palace, their perceived derby rivals, were humiliated by a team who had been reduced to 10 before the half–hour. The home fans revelled in a night of complete superiority.  The players conducted a lap of celebration after the final whistle with Lewis Dunk, a local, whipped up into a joyous frenzy. “We showed character,” said Brighton’s captain. “The win is for the fans. They have the bragging rights. I hope they enjoy it.” The memory of the bedlam of the latter stages of the first half, when Brighton had led by three and lost a man, will live long in the memory. Callum Wilson keeps Bournemouth on high despite Huddersfield onslaught Read more  There was ruthlessness to admire, most notably from the substitute, Florin Andone, whose charge on to Bernardo’s clearance deep into first-half stoppage time had yielded the third to remove all belief from Palace. The forward ran past the retreating James Tomkins, who simply could not keep up, conscious as he was that he had just been booked. Andone eventually cut back inside the centre–half and, via the defender’s toe, slammed in his side’s final goal.  It summed up Palace’s slapdash defending that Tomkins’ inadvertent touch had actually made the angle kinder from which to convert though, by then, they had long since become frazzled by a game of catch–up. Brighton were organised and robust throughout, their 10 men beaten only when Leon Balogun tripped Wilfried Zaha late on for Luka Milivojevic to score a consolation from the spot.  “It was probably one of our proudest wins, so special,” Chris Hughton said. “We knew we’d have to defend well but I ended up being disappointed they got the penalty. I know they had a lot of the ball, but I felt we deserved the clean sheet.”  Despite that late riposte, the hosts had never properly been threatened. Of all the teams against whom to defend a lead en masse, Palace, so horribly blunt without a true focal point to their attack, are one of the more inviting. They have actually been leaning heavily on their own defensive surety, so their capitulation was cause for real concern given the relegation scrap into which they have descended.  Palace were justifiably incensed at the decision to award the penalty which opened the scoring. James McArthur reached the ball to poke it away before José Izquierdo collided with him and crumpled to the turf. Yet Aaron Wan–Bissaka and Milivojevic should already have cleared, the pair tangling in mid–air and deflecting the loose ball into the box. And there were no excuses for everything that followed.  Gl

Last-gasp derby error ensures away day blues continue to haunt Everton
Last-gasp derby error ensures away day blues continue to haunt Everton

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF Jordan Pickford held up his hands in apology to the aghast away section after gifting the 232nd Merseyside derby to Liverpool. Other Everton players lay on the pitch, stared into the middle distance or, in the case of Lucas Digne, stormed down the tunnel pushing aside every offer of consolation as he went. Liverpool’s 96th-minute winning goal had been freakish but the outcome, the pain and regret, were all-too familiar for their Merseyside rivals. Anfield remains Everton’s venue of nightmares. This was, as Jürgen Klopp had predicted, the Liverpool manager’s toughest assignment in a Merseyside derby and far removed from his first experience, when a 4-0 defeat of Roberto Martínez’s shambolic Everton side left him bemoaning a second half that was “no real fight any more”. This was a fight from the first minute to the 96th, when the England goalkeeper pawed a Virgil van Dijk miscue that was sailing out of play back on to his crossbar and on to the head of the grateful Divock Origi. Origi, a potential transfer target for Everton next month, duly nodded home to send Klopp sprinting across the field of play, Liverpool back to within two points of Manchester City and their local rivals into despair. The last time Everton savoured a win in these quarters was in 1999. With errors of this magnitude and gilt-edged chances squandered, the drought seems less surprising by the year. Pickford started and finished the derby carelessly, slicing a routine clearance out for a corner in the opening seconds before being trapped by uncertainty at the very last, but performed well in-between with one stop from Xherdan Shaqiri particularly impressive. The in-between will be forgotten. Errors rarely escape punishment at this level and for all Everton’s improvement and Liverpool’s late fortune – “lucky, lucky, lucky Liverpool” as Marco Silva described them – the majority were served up by those in royal blue. The visible lift in their performance and adventure at Anfield offers meagre consolation in the aftermath of a defeat of this nature. There has been clear improvement during the first five months of Silva’s reign without the statement victory against a top-six club that would enhance his side’s confidence and make the rest of the Premier League take notice. It is a deep-rooted flaw that precedes the current Everton manager and dates so long it appears to grip the club’s psyche in the build-up to such assignments, Anfield especially. In the past 10 years alone Everton have won only five of 64 away games against the leading pack – losing 36 and drawing 23. Their most recent victory at a so-called big six club came at Manchester United in December 2013 – their first win at Old Trafford in the past 26 years – while it has been eight years since a win at Manchester City, 10 at Tottenham, 19 at Liverpool, 22 at Arsen

Celtic claim Scottish League Cup after Ryan Christie strike denies Aberdeen
Celtic claim Scottish League Cup after Ryan Christie strike denies Aberdeen

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF Scottish League Cup  The seventh trophy of Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic tenure felt like the most hard-fought. An under-par Celtic display, coupled with spirited resistance from Aberdeen, contributed to a tight League Cup final. Aberdeen emerge from this game with credit but Celtic demonstrated that valuable commodity of earning victory when not at peak level. A single-goal victory means Rodgers retains his record of winning every Scottish competition placed in front of him.  The first half was most notable for a sickening incident. Gary Mackay-Steven leapt to connect with a Shay Logan cross, but the Aberdeen winger was instead involved in a clash of heads with Dedryck Boyata. The reaction of other players illustrated what trouble Mackay-Steven was in; after six minutes of treatment he left the field on a stretcher. Boyata was able to play on, albeit with head heavily bandaged. Celtic v Aberdeen: Scottish League Cup final – live! Read more  Aberdeen’s plan to sit deep and frustrate Celtic had largely worked during that opening period. Tom Rogic clipped an Aberdeen post with a 20-yard effort and James Forrest screwed wide but Celtic were pretty punchless. Not that Aberdeen offered much more in a taut first half, save a Dominic Ball effort which flew high over the crossbar.  Perhaps there was no surprise, then, that Celtic’s breakthrough arrived by virtue of going back to basics during lengthy stoppage time. Boyata lofted the ball from halfway towards Ryan Christie, whose run from midfield was not matched by Graeme Shinnie. Christie’s first shot was smartly saved by Joe Lewis but the Celtic player retained his footing sufficiently to scoop the rebound into Aberdeen’s net.  The second half was considerably more open. There was also controversy; that Celtic were awarded a penalty for an alleged Ball handling offence was wrong both because there was no such infringement and said incident occurred outside the penalty area. Lewis partly spared the blushes of Andrew Dallas, the referee, by batting Scott Sinclair’s spot-kick away.  Jozo Simunovic, in his first action after replacing the injured Boyata, shanked an attempted clearance against his own bar. Filip Benkovic and Sinclair came close to doubling Celtic’s lead. Aberdeen lacked nothing whatsoever in character but, not for the first time this season, hardly looked potent. Set-pieces appeared Aberdeen’s best hope of salvation; from one, Scott McKenna flicked a header narrowly wide. Scottish League Cup Celtic Aberdeen match reports Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Reuse this content

Florin Andone strike takes Brighton past 10-man Huddersfield
Florin Andone strike takes Brighton past 10-man Huddersfield

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF The Observer Premier League  Florin Andone’s first goal in English football earned Brighton the victory and their first in four Premier League matches. The Romanian striker, signed from Deportivo La Coruña in the summer and making his first Premier League start, headed home the second-half winner.  Huddersfield, who played the last hour with 10 men following the controversial dismissal of Steve Mounié, had stormed into a first-minute lead through Mathias Jørgensen.  Brighton equalised in first-half stoppage time through Shane Duffy’s towering header and made their numerical advantage tell in the second period. Javier Hernández double helps West Ham end Newcastle’s winning run Read more  David Wagner was unhappy with Michael Oliver: “We have to accept the referee’s decision and he thought it was a red card,” the Huddersfield manager said. “The next big decision was a clear penalty on Alex Pritchard and a red card because it was a clear chance.  “All the big ones against us he got wrong. This is why at the moment football is no fun. Absolutely no fun. The referee has a big part to play and I don’t think he did his best. Even if he didn’t mean to.”  Chris Hughton said: “It is difficult when you are the team with 11 men but we made the extra man show and Florin Andone’s goal was excellent. It is an important three points away from home.”  The hosts charged out of the blocks and went 1-0 up after 55 seconds – the quickest goal in the Premier League this season. Brighton’s Spanish defender Bruno made a hash of his attempted clearance and after the ball looped back into the penalty area, Jørgensen headed in off the crossbar.  The visitors went close to an equaliser in the 15th minute. Duffy’s header was saved by Jonas Lössl and Andone fired the rebound straight at Jonathan Hogg on the goal-line. Alex Pritchard then threatened for Huddersfield, pulling a low shot wide from 18 yards after his initial effort had been blocked.  Huddersfield were dealt a major blow in the 32nd minute when Mounié was shown a red card for his challenge on Yves Bissouma. It appeared to be a harsh decision. Mounié caught Bissouma high on the shin but there looked to be little intent.  Terence Kongolo’s header was scrambled clear and after Oliver had waved away penalty appeals from the hosts when Pritchard went down, Aaron Mooy’s free-kick from 20 yards out forced Mathew Ryan into a smart low save. Leicester’s James Maddison sinks Watford with sublime volley Read more  Brighton equalised just before the interval. Solly March curled over an enticing cross and Duffy rose highest to power home his header.  Lössl dived low to keep out Bissouma’s shot early in the second period and then held Davy Pröpper’s follow-up.  Huddersfield added some beef up front by sending on Laurent Depoitre for Pritchard, but the big Be

Andros Townsend stunner helps lift Crystal Palace away from danger
Andros Townsend stunner helps lift Crystal Palace away from danger

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF The Observer Premier League  The portents for this Selhurst Park encounter in terms of crackle and entertainment were not bright. Goals – or rather, the scarcity of them –remained the central ailment for both Crystal Palace and Burnley.  Palace finally appeared luminous, a display of exceptional style lighting up the home fans with assertion and craft, not missing an important opportunity to grab a precious first home league victory of the season. It is, after all, December. Leicester City’s James Maddison sinks Watford with sublime volley Read more  Considering its overall importance in the struggle to wriggle away from the drop zone, this could prove to be the Eagles’ season-defining moment. Having missed the chance to claim three points at Manchester United in their last, scoreless, encounter, they were confronted with an entirely different and vibrant proposition.  Andros Townsend’s quality second goal, after James McArthur’s slightly fortuitous first-half opener, was reward for the Palace manager, Roy Hodgson. On another slant Wilfried Zaha appeared at times to be on a solo quest in a duel against Burnley’s keeper Joe Hart, whose fine form prevented a mauling.  “It’s been a long time coming and I’m equally pleased with the performance,” said Hodgson. “We haven’t been lucky at home. Results have been there in the shadow and they have eluded us but today it didn’t. It would be a curmudgeonly person to deny Palace [credit] today. It’s not often you have 30 attempts on goal.  “This is one we needed to win but we got the points because we were better from start to finish.”  Now in the bottom three, Burnley, meanwhile, were bereft of everything needed for survival and failed to register a single shot on target. Their manager Sean Dyche’s team are a dismal shadow of last season’s seventh-placed side. From a drizzly south London lens that heady Europa League qualification seems a world away. It looks as if everything has caught up with them, with visits to Tottenham and Arsenal coming up before Christmas.  Dyche refuses to panic. “The fear attached to football is an important factor,” he said. “You need that looseness to act naturally. That was off today and in the second half they deserved it.  “The whole team performance is something to think about and when fear comes into performances you soften.  “I don’t stare at the league table. We have to get back to a consistent level of performances. Today we slipped back again and need to find that consistency and performance. I knew in the summer this would be a real tough season.  “I think I’ve been really loyal to players but we’ve been disrupted by injuries and it affects our growth as a team. We have to continually remodel and rethink.”  After a zippy start, in which Max Meyer and Zaha were creatively prominent, Palace scored with 16 min

Junior Hoilett’s stunner grabs comeback victory for Cardiff against Wolves
Junior Hoilett’s stunner grabs comeback victory for Cardiff against Wolves

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF Premier League  On the eve of his 70th birthday, Neil Warnock could not have scripted it any better as Cardiff City demonstrated their powers of recovery to come from behind to win at home for the third time this season, courtesy of a wonderful goal from Junior Hoilett. Love him or loathe him, it is impossible not to admire Warnock’s longevity and this was a victory for the Yorkshireman to cherish. Cardiff v Wolves: Premier League – live! Read more  Trailing to Matt Doherty’s first-half goal, Cardiff showed spirit and character in abundance to haul themselves back into the game through Aron Gunnarsson. That gave Warnock’s players the platform to go on and win the game and Hoilett relished the chance to take centre stage, curling in a magnificent right-footed shot that arced into the top corner. Remarkably it was the Canadian’s first Premier League goal for six years.  Victory lifts Cardiff to 15th and piles the misery on Wolves, who have now picked up only one point from a possible 18 and badly lost their way after such a promising start to the season. With Chelsea to come on Wednesday, life is not about to get any easier for Nuno Espírito Santo and his players.  With April’s tumultuous meeting still fresh in the mind, all eyes were on Warnock and Nuno from the outset. This time, though, there were warm handshakes and smiles all round as the two managers embraced one another prior to kick-off like long lost friends, sharing a joke and giving the impression that there was no lingering animosity.  Nuno, however, would have been far happier with what he saw on the pitch in the opening 45 minutes. Wolves were ahead courtesy of Doherty’s goal and for much of the first half frustrated Cardiff, whose supporters were starting to get a little impatient until some pressure just prior to the interval almost yielded an equaliser.  Harry Arter was desperately unlucky not to bring parity with a terrific left-footed shot from 16 yards that thudded against the far upright. Six minutes later the ball dropped invitingly for Victor Camarasa after Willie Boly, under pressure from Callum Paterson, was unable to get any distance on his header. The Spaniard’s eyes lit up but he snatched at the chance and totally missed his kick.  Doherty was nothing like as forgiving in the Cardiff area and it will pain Warnock that his players were badly caught out by a set piece. Raúl Jiménez met João Moutinho’s corner with a fine twisting header that Neil Etheridge superbly repelled low to his right with one hand but Cardiff were slow to react to the loose ball, in particular Aron Gunnarsson, who was caught on his heels as Doherty converted emphatically with his left foot from about six yards.  Wolves could have doubled their lead shortly afterwards followed a breakaway from a Cardiff corner but Adama Traoré, making a rar

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gives Arsenal win despite Bournemouth scare
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gives Arsenal win despite Bournemouth scare

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF Premier League Bournemouth v Arsenal: Premier League — live! Read more  At the end of a week in which Unai Emery stated his desire to lead Arsenal back into the Champions League, having had it stated on his behalf by the club’s managing director, Vinai Venkatesham, came a result that pushed them closer towards that objective at the first time of asking. Victory over Bournemouth puts Arsenal just one point behind Chelsea in fourth as well as extends their unbeaten run to an impressive 17 games.  These remain early days, of course, and much more will be know about Arsenal’s ability to not only get into the Champions League qualifying places but stay there after their next two games – Sunday’s visit of Tottenham followed by a trip to Old Trafford – but this was an undoubtedly encouraging afternoon for Emery’s men. They were not at their fluent best but showed character and determination against spirited and talented hosts and having lost a lead right at the end of the first half, regained it midway through the second-half thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 10th goal of the season in all competitions.  For Bournemouth this was a third defeat in row but Eddie Howe and his players can take encouragement from how they performed here. Saying that, Jefferson Lerma may be keen to forget this encounter in a hurry given the jaw-dropping own-goal he scored to give Arsenal the first of their two leads on 30 minutes. Joshua King somewhat spared the Colombian midfielder’s blushes with his equalising goal on 46 minutes, and Lerma himself came close to scoring at the right end with a low, long-distance drive on 84 minutes that hit the post. But ultimately for those in red and black, it was not meant to be.  Emery sprung a tactical surprise prior to kick-off by deploying a three-man defence for the first time in the league this season. Mesut Özil was also only among Arsenal’s substitutes, while Alexandre Lacazette was absent altogether having failed to recover from a minor groin strain.  The switch from 4-2-3-1 to 3-4-2-1 suggested Emery expected Bournemouth to line up in a similar formation, yet that proved to not be the case. Instead the hosts went old school – 4-4-2, with Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser, who scored for England and Scotland respectively during the international break, among the starters.  As was another player who caught the eye for his country during the past fortnight – Wales’s David Brooks. It was Brooks who had the ball in the net after only eight minutes following a neat one-two with Joshua King only for the goal to be ruled offside by the assistant referee on the near side.  Arsenal were struggling to get into the game, looking disjointed and a little clueless in their rarely used formation. Slowly but surely, however, the visitors took control of proceedings.  Alex Iwobi and Aubame

Ryan Christie’s strike sets up Celtic’s easy victory over Accies
Ryan Christie’s strike sets up Celtic’s easy victory over Accies

how to live healthy and longevity : https://goo.gl/3L1CLn how to learn super speed? https://goo.gl/cPZGKt FIFA's Secret 19: https://goo.gl/FfPqWF The Observer Scottish Premiership  Celtic returned from the international break to coast to a 3-0 Scottish Premiership win over Hamilton at the Hope CBD stadium.  Midfielder Ryan Christie swept in the opener in the 13th minute to give the visitors the interval lead which belied their superiority.  When Accies midfielder Scott Martin’s leg helped a Scott Sinclair header into his own net in the 66th minute the points were secured, leaving Leigh Griffiths to come off the bench and drill in a third from a free-kick.  Brendan Rodgers’ side will now turn to Rosenborg in Trondheim on Thursday night where they will look for the win to keep Europa League Group B hopes alive, before they face Aberdeen in the League Cup final at Hampden Park next Sunday afternoon. They will know they will be tested more in both games than they were in Lanarkshire where the gulf in class between the two sides was evident all afternoon.  Celtic, with keeper Craig Gordon, defender Filip Benkovic and midfielder Olivier Ntcham back in the side, dominated the game from the first whistle.  There was an early shout for a Celtic penalty when French striker Odsonne Edouard’s cross from near the byline struck the arm of Matt Kilgallon as the Accies defender tried to get off the ground inside the penalty area, but referee Don Robertson was unimpressed.  Moments later, Christie drove wide of the target from the edge of the Hamilton box and it was all very comfortable for the fluid and inventive visitors.  The first goal came from a well-worked corner, midfielder Callum McGregor playing a one-two with Edouard before cutting the ball back for Christie to sweep the ball high past Accies keeper Gary Woods from 10 yards for his fourth goal of the season.  In the 28th minute the Hamilton rearguard was sliced open by Ntcham’s incisive through ball but Woods blocked Sinclair’s all-too-casual finish for a corner which came to nothing.  The champions kept probing while Accies kept chasing.  In the 35th minute Edouard’s deflected drive from inside the box missed the Hamilton goal by inches and then Hamilton defender Ziggy Gordon blocked a Mikael Lustig strike which was on its way towards goal with Sinclair blazing the loose ball over.  The narrow one-goal deficit was Accies’ saving grace at the interval but Ntcham came close to doubling Celtic’s lead with a right-footed drive from 14 yards which hit the side netting.  The game drifted through the hour-mark and onwards until Lustig’s cross from the right was headed goalwards by Sinclair from 12 yards with Martin inadvertently redirecting the ball past Woods.  Rodgers soon replaced Edouard with Griffiths for his first appearance since October 7 and he fired in a free-kick from 20 yards after Martin had hauled down Sinclair to seal a commanding win for the Parkhead side, who came close to addin

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