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first_img Auto (360p) 1/1 About Connatix V56490 720p HD About Connatix V56490 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip center_img 360p The Minnesota Vikings suffered their first loss of the season against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.Green Bay got off to a hot start, putting up 14 unanswered points in the first quarter. Minnesota struggled through the opening quarter, missing a field goal attempt, failing to get to the end zone, and committing a fumble to turn the ball back over to Green Bay.The Packers extended their lead in the second quarter to 21-0. 1080p HD The Vikings answered with a 75-yard touchdown run by Dalvin Cook to close the gap to 21-7. Minnesota’s defense kept the team in the game with a Harrison Smith fumble recovery. After trading a few punts, Green Bay’s defense intercepted a Kirk Cousins pass intended for Stefon Diggs.The Vikings got to the red zone thanks to a 61-yard catch and run by Chad Beebe. A short touchdown pass to Diggs was called back by offensive pass interference, but Dan Bailey hit his second attempt of the day to inch the Vikings’ total up to 10 points.Trailing 21-10 at the half, the Vikings went three and out in their first possession. Then Hercules Mata’afa recovered a Packers fumble to set up Diggs’ first reception of the day for a touchdown. A penalty pushed the extra point attempt back, and Bailey missed it. The score stood at 21-16 for the remainder of play, and the Packers won the game.Cousins finished the day 13 of 31 for 213 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. Cook had 2carries for 154 yards and one touchdown. Adam Thielen tallied 5 catches for 75 yards. Diggs finished with 1 catch for 52 yards and a touchdown. Danielle Hunter and Linval Joseph each tallied a sack in the game.The Vikings fall to 1-1 and sit behind the 2-0 Packers in the NFC North. They will return home next week to host the Oakland Raiders. Pre-game starts at 11:00 a.m. on AM 1240 and 95.3 FM WJON.last_img read more

first_imgThe Turkish club are in the market for a striker and according to Fotomac, Niasse is an option for them.Niasse is currently out of the picture at Everton, with Marco Silva preferring Richarlison as his No.9 in recent weeks.The Senegal striker hasn’t played for the Merseyside club since October and hasn’t even appeared in a Premier League squad since September. Tosun has himself been linked with a move back to Besiktas, a very popular story in the player’s home country, but his teammate may be the easier signing option.In recent weeks Niasse has been linked with Besiktas’ local rivals Galatasaray after reports the player was close to joining Cim Bom in the last window. Like Besiktas, Galatasaray have made it their priority to bring in a forward during the next window.The 28 year old has only played 48 minutes of Premier League football for Everton this season and is under contract with the Premier League club until 2020.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoCNBC InternationalHere’s How Big Businesses in Singapore Are Managing the Impact of COVID-19.CNBC InternationalUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoSmart Tech TrendOver 50? You Need Those Adjustable Focus Reading Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoInstant Voice TranslatorThis 43 Languages Instant Voice Translator Might Be The Most Amazing Invention in 2020Instant Voice TranslatorUndo Fotomac report Besiktas are considering signing Everton forward Oumar Niasse if they fail to bring in first choice target Burak Yilmaz.last_img read more

first_imgandrewharrington Share on other sites Forums Home 129 Sports Logo News Flamengo’s new logos Sign in to follow this   Location:Canada, Eh! Link to post Link to post This week Flamengo announced  their new monogram, badge and aquatic sports badge: New monogram already used in the newly lauched 18/19 kit: Here is the monogram evolution history: SportsLogos.Net 129 Posted April 14, 2018 4,322 Gothamite All Activity Recommended Posts Share on other sites 10,243 posts Link to post Nice update. The only thing that seems strange to me is the spot where the F breaks the R at a point where the R can’t really be broken (where the bowl and leg connect). It’s been that way since the previous version, though, so they would have had to go to an even older version as a starting point to address that. 0 22,644 53,283 posts Followers 1 57 Sports Logos This topic is now closed to further replies. By OlavoP, April 14, 2018 in Sports Logo News Members Members 129 SportsLogos.Net 4,322 1 3,044 posts Posted April 14, 2018 Location:Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 57center_img Share this post Go To Topic Listing andrewharrington 4,322 this is very well done Little details that make all the difference. Flamengo’s new logos Share on other sites 22,644 Share on other sites Followers 1 All Activity Posted April 15, 2018 Share this post Posted April 15, 2018 Gothamite 497 posts Members OlavoP Sign in to follow this   3 Location:CLE · IND · PDX Members In my opinion, though, the F should be the character that’s centered, large, and prominent, as the C and R hold less importance in the hierarchy of the team name. Consequently, this would solve the problem because leg of the R would be moved out to the edge and wouldn’t interact with the F. Sports Logos Flamengo’s new logos Share this post 22,644 chickenfish13 OlavoP chickenfish13 five boroughs, one City. 0 Link to post Forums Home Share this post Sports Logo News 57last_img read more

first_img $19.38 Sports Illustrated Inappropriate / Offensive Share DEAL OF THE DAY Shares Hart players talk during a huddle. Photo/Leo Valdez Twelve Hart Coach Rick Witteveen talks to his players after the win. Photo/Leo Valdez Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant Other Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant Not relevant Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Not relevant Other Bestseller Bestseller DEAL OF THE DAY Other Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… Mail By Fred InglisLocalSportsJournal.comSHELBY – It’s official. Hart’s football program is alive and well.After taking last season off to rebuild the program, the visiting Pirates overcame a 12-0 deficit to beat the rival Shelby Tigers 20-19 on Friday night.It was Hart’s first varsity football victory since August, 2014, and sent the “Blood, Sweat, & Tears” jug, the traditional trophy in the Hart-Shelby rivalry, back to Hart for the first time since 2004.Hart scored its third touchdown of the second half with 54 seconds left in the game. That cut Shelby’s lead to 19-18, and Pirates head coach Rick Witteveen knew he was going for the two-point conversion.“I told the kids a long time ago I never liked the overtime format,” said the first-year head coach. “We would roll the dice. I was going to be the hero if we won or condemned by the entire town of Hart if we lost.”He turned out to be a hero for his decision.After a false start penalty, Pirates quarterback Cameron Tanner rolled to his right and hit Angel Aguilar-Salgado in the corner of the end zone for the clutch two-point conversion, giving the Pirates their first lead of the game and the victory.Hart’s No. 30 Brady Tate on the rush. Photo/Leo ValdezTanner completed 8 of his 15 passes for 239 yards in the game. He was intercepted twice, but his three TD passes in the second half were the difference in the game.“We didn’t expect them to score 12 points so quick,” Tanner said about Shelby. “We have a saying, ‘We’re never going to die.’ I gave everything I had, and my teammates gave all they had.”Shelby relied on the rushing game to score on its first two possessions of the game.The Tigers opened with a 12 play, 65-yard drive that was capped by junior quarterback Kristian Oberlin’s two-yard TD run.The Tigers came right back with another long possession. Blake Jones carried the load on that 66- yard drive and finished it with a clean 11-yard TD run to give his team a two-score lead.Jones led Shelby in the game with 101 yards rushing on 19 carries.Shelby led 12-0 at halftime, but Hart’s offense helped by committing two big turnovers inside the red zone.But the Pirates, who are now 1-4 overall on the season and 1-3 in the West Michigan Conference, came out throwing in the second half.They needed just three plays to score their first touchdown. Tanner found junior Jesse McGhan for a wide open 37-yard TD strike to make it a 12-6 game.Shelby running back No. 10 Latrell Sobers makes a cut while Harts No. 2 Saul Aguilar-Salgado purses. Photo/Leo ValdezThen Tanner came right back and lofted a 45-yard touchdown pass to Salgado. Suddenly the score was tied 12-12 midway through the third quarter.Shelby retook the lead in the fourth quarter when junior quarterback Kristian Oberlin hooked up with a wide open Tristan Hill for an 18-yard touchdown pass. The extra point made it a 19-12 game with 5:35 left.That led the Pirates’ game-winning, 79-yard drive late in the fourth quarter. Tanner led the final drive by completing passes of 21, 27 and 31 yards, and capped it with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Brady Tate.The two-point conversion settled the issue, and will be remembered as the defining moment in Hart’s return to varsity football.Hundreds of Hart students rushed the field as time expired. It was a long-awaited emotional victory on a rivals’ turf.“We took a heck of a punch in the first half,” said Witteveen. “But we stayed tough, stayed true. And I don’t have plans for that jug to leave Hart in the near or long future.”The Tigers rushed for 246 yards in the game. Hart rushed for just 120 yards, but Tanner made up the difference by rushing for 96 yards on 16 carries to go along with his 239 passing yards.Shelby forfeited its game against Oakridge last week because it lacked healthy players. The Tigers are still winless this season, and their last victory was exactly two years ago against the same Hart Pirates.“We competed through the whole game,” said Shelby head coach Lorenzo Rodriguez. “What we overcame this year, what do we have to hang our heads about? We’re getting healthy, so let’s see what the rest of the season produces.” Displayed poorly (32825) Not relevant (832) × Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Ads by Amazon $20.00$233.61 Other (5153) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. 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This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. $0.00 Share (32825) (5153) Not relevant Inappropriate / Offensive × Bestseller Twelve Report a problem This item is… By Steve GunnLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON – The Muskegon Lumberjacks are finally healthy, with all of their best forwards ready to roll.It started with the return of Jachym Kondelik, who has been lighting up the scoreboard since returning from the injured list in late January.Kondelik, who started the season as one of the Jacks’ top scoring prospects, left the team in early December to play for the Czech Republic team in the World Junior “A” Challenge tournament in Canada.He completed that tournament, then immediately got a tryout with the Czech Republic team that was preparing to compete in the World Junior Championships in Buffalo, New York.But in an exhibition game before that tournament, he was hit from behind and dislocated his collarbone. That meant going home to Europe for treatment for the next month or so, and hanging around the house a lot.Under normal circumstances, Kondelik would have at least enjoyed visiting with his parents during his down time. Unfortunately they weren’t home.Jachym KondelikThey had traveled to Buffalo to watch him play in the World Junior Championships. Their return flight wasn’t until Jan. 10, so they were left to poke around in the U.S., unable to watch their son play hockey, because he was back home recovering.“I was home alone for two weeks, but my sister, who lives in Germany, came home to see me, and I spent a lot of time with my grandparents, who live nearby,” said Kondelik, 18, a big player who stands 6-7 and weighs over 200 pounds. ‘It’s not like in the U.S., where everything is 18 hours away.”Kondelik finally got to see his parents for about a week and a half before returning to Muskegon. In the meantime, he conditioned as hard as he could while his collarbone healed.His efforts clearly paid off. Kondelik has tallied five goals and four assists in 10 games since he returned to the Lumberjacks on Jan. 26.He was at his best last weekend out west, scoring two goals in Friday’s 5-2 victory over Cedar Rapids, and another goal on Saturday, when the Jacks fell 5-3 to Des Moines.“I was nervous about how I was going to do when I got back,” said Kondelik, who now has 8 goals and 10 assists this season. “But at the same time I knew it was good to take a rest, because I knew it was going to be a long season, and hopefully we make the playoffs.“They always say that everything bad that happens is good in one way or another. This will give me more power for the playoffs.”Lumberjacks Coach John LaFontaine said Kondelik returned with a renewed commitment to be more aggressive around the net.“He’s made it a focus to go to the net to shoot the puck more, take a quicker shot and focus on the net,” the coach said. “He’s not trying to overpass, not passing up those shots. Because of that he’s having success.”A full lineup…finallyKondelik and the Lumberjacks will have two important home games on Friday and Saturday against Sioux City. Puck drop will be 7:15 p.m. both nights at L.C. Walker Arena.The good news is that the team will be at full strength for the first time in a long time.Since the fall, the Jacks have been missing at least one key forward – and usually several at a time – due to injuries.Kondelik tries to control the puck while being hooked by an opponent. Photo/Mitchell Dixon MSD PhotographyKondelik returned Jan. 26, but by then talented forwards Mikael Hakkarainen and Wyatt Bongiovanni were both on the injured list for the second time this season.Hakkarainin and Bongiovanni will both be back this weekend. That means the team will have all of its top-scoring forwards – Anthony Del Gaizo (49 points), Matej Pekar (36), Emilio Pettersen (31), Hakkarainen (27), Bongiovanni (24). Vincent de Mey (20), Kondelik (18) and Monte Graham (17) – healthy and ready to go.Only Del Gaizo and Pettersen have played in all 42 games this season. Graham has played in 41 and Pekar in 40. Vincent de Mey has played in 42 games, but started the season with Green Bay.Kondelik has played in 27 games, Bongiovanni 26 and Hakkarainin only 20.Even LaFontaine struggles to remember when all of his forwards were available at the same time.“Bonjo said he hasn’t played with Hakk since October,” the coach said. “I thought they had played a couple games together – but then Kondy went out. It might be since the beginning of the year that all three of those guys have been in the lineup together.“When you’re talking about some high-end players, capable of really impacting the game, it’s nice to have those guys back together.”Tight conference raceBoth of this weekend’s games – and pretty much every game through the rest of the season – will be crucial for the Jacks. They are currently 22-18-2 and in fourth place in the USHL’s Eastern Conference with 46 points (two points for a win, one for a tie or overtime loss).But the conference race is extremely tight.The Lumberjacks are only three points behind first-place Team USA and Youngstown (49 points apiece) and only two behind third-place Dubuque (48).On the other hand, the Jacks are almost as close to missing the playoffs as they are to being in first place. The top six teams in the conference will make the postseason, and sixth-place Chicago is only four points behind Muskegon, seventh-place Madison is only five behind, and eighth-place Cedar Rapids is only seven behind.There are 18 games left in the regular season.LaFontaine said the only way to deal with the tight race is to focus on the immediate task at hand.“For us, it’s been about being focused on one game at a time,” he said. “It’s hard to focus on the standings. You can win two and be in second place, then lose two and be in sixth. It’s going to come down to the teams that have the best second-half stretch. You want to peak at the right time.”Del Gaizo still leads league scoring raceWhile the Lumberjacks are in a tight race in the standings, Anthony Del Gaizo is in an equally close battle for the USHL scoring championship.Del Gaizo, the Lumberjacks’ captain, currently leads the league with 49 points (30 goals and 19 assists). Chicago’s Jack Dugan is right on his heels with 47 points, followed by Omaha’s Filip Suchy (46), Waterloo’s Jackson Cates (45) and Youngstown’s Matthew Berry (44).Del Gaizo has a more comfortable edge in the league goal scoring race. He his five ahead of Cates, who is second in the league with 25. Displayed poorly (832) × Other Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY Bestseller Displayed poorly Not relevant Ads by Amazonlast_img read more

first_imgMessi posted a video of his own challenge on Thursday and tagged fellow Barcelona teammates Luiz suarez, Arturo Vidal and Jordi Alba and Manchester City’s Kun Aguero.He, however, did not tag Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo. Six-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi failed to tag his rival Cristiano Ronaldo to his entry for the #StayAtHomeChallenge which has gone viral online across the football community since the outbreak of coronavirus.With over 90 per cent of football leagues disrupted by the spread of the virus across the world, footballers and fans of the round-leather-game have resorted to keeping themselves alive with the challenge. RelatedI Was Better Than Messi Or Ronaldo – Brazilian World Cup StarOctober 5, 2017In “Features”I Have Now Won Best Player Five Times – Ronaldo Fuels Messi RivalryOctober 24, 2017In “FIFA”Ronaldo Tops List Of Best Paid Athletes Again!December 28, 2017In “BasketBall”last_img read more

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first_img Upd. at 22:41 An undecided future: At the moment I am happy playing at Real Madrid, but I don’t know what will happen in the future. I have to choose what makes me happy.  EFE, Sport EN Getting beat: I can’t accept losing. I get really angry. I shout stupid things, which I then regret.  In a wide-ranging interview with EFE, Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo says in his own head he is better than Barcelona’s Lionel Messi.  Messi comparisons: Some people may say [Lionel] Messi [is the best], but in my mind I am always the best. I think that’s vital for all people that want to be the best.  01/11/2015center_img Here are some of the highlights from the interview:  CET The two players are constantly compared and contrasted due to the levels they have taken the game to over the last decade.  Ronaldo acknowledges that rivalry and says to reach the levels he does, he has to believe that he is the best.  The haters: I try to see the good from the people that hate [on me]. They encourage me. I don’t need them, but that are not my enemies, no. They are part of this business [football].last_img read more

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