BOXING enthusiasts will have another night to remember when the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA),along with corporate youth sponsor,Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) hosts a one- day tournament today.Dubbed the Michael Parris U-16 tournament, the event will take place from 13:00hrs at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.According to reports, over 40 youths,drawn from gyms across Guyana,will be participating in the event and keen and exciting rivalry is anticipated.Among the gyms expected to field boxers are defending champions Essequibo Boxing Gym, Forgotten Youth Foundation, Harpy Eagles, Young Achievers, Pocket Rocket, Carryl Boxing Gym and Rose Hall Jammers.Among the boxers expected to be on show are; Omar Pollard and Joel Agustin (welterweight), Shaquancy Wright (80-84 pounds) and Shemar Bumbury (100-105).
Published on November 4, 2018 at 10:56 am Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Prior to Saturday, Syracuse hadn’t won a game in November under Dino Babers. But SU did just that, winning 41-24 at Wake Forest. The Orange won unconventionally, too, getting the victory without throwing a passing touchdown for the first time since 2014, before Babers’ tenure. The effort was sparked in part by strong defense from Ryan Guthrie, who tallied 11 tackles and two sacks.
Share StumbleUpon Kambi takes control of Churchill Downs BetAmerica sportsbook August 28, 2020 Related Articles Kristian Nylén – Kambi PlcUpdating the market, Nordic Nasdaq-listed industry platform and software provider Kambi Group Plc has confirmed that it has secured full services betting provisions contract with Colombian gambling group Corredor Empresarial SA.The partnership will see Kambi become the exclusive platform provider for Corredor’s new online gambling brand BetPlay, servicing the asset with sports betting and casino provisions.Furthermore, Kambi will become the main sports betting systems partner for Corredor entire retail/land-based network, which currently operates 25,000 betting points servicing seven million daily customers.Commenting on the deal, Diana Otalora, General Manager of Corredor Empresarial, BetPlay, commented: “We chose Kambi to support our premium strategy in the market and after an extensive selection process we are delighted to be working with such a professional organisation. Adding Kambi’s Sportsbook to our portfolio of brands will further enhance the appeal of our product and service offering and open up new customer segments for us throughout the Colombian territory. We look forward to this partnership and are convinced that it has the potential to be a great success, we are in very safe hands.”In order to fulfil the partnership requirements, Kambi development teams will work alongside Corredor technology partner R.Franco. Kristian Nylén, CEO of Kambi was pleased to extend his firm’s presence within the burgeoning Latin American market, which has been strategically targeted, Nylen commented“I am delighted that Corredor Empresarial has chosen Kambi as its trusted partner to provide its premium Sportsbook service. Corredor Empresarial is a market leader in the Colombian territory and this agreement demonstrates our strength and capability in the region. We are confident that, together with Corredor Empresarial, we will create intuitive, relevant and compelling betting experiences to its network of vendors and their customers to drive long-term sustainable performance. We very much look forward to build on this partnership and expand our footprint in the Latin American market.” Esports Entertainment bolsters tournament capacity by acquiring EGL August 27, 2020 Share Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Submit
StumbleUpon Related Articles Submit Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Share ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual August 20, 2020 Frankie Dettori enjoyed yet another successful day at the Royal Ascot festival yesterday, guiding Stradivarius to a second successive Gold Cup victory, while also winning the first four races on Ladies’ Day, leaving bookmakers to breathe a slight sigh of relief.Following the four successive wins yesterday, it has been reported that the jockey was close to costing betting operators dearly, however, the losses have been offset by Biometric’s win in the fifth race.Harry Aitkenhead, PR executive at Coral, told SBC: “It’s hard to gauge exactly what would have happened if Frankie had gone through the card as the betting for the final race would have likely descended into chaos! However had he of won the fifth, it would have cost us over £10 million.“It looked like he was going to fly home as well so as Harry Bentley came surging past on Biometric it was one of the biggest swings in bookmaking history! In the end we managed to turn over a very small profit on the whole day with two very good results in the final two races, although hundreds of punters still collected big wins from Frankie’s magic.“A £1 bet on the four would have returned £600, whilst a Lucky 15 placed in the morning with the better odds would have paid just over £2000.”At one stage during the day, bookies feared that the jockey would continue his winning streak, bringing back memories of Dettori’s 1996 ‘magnificent seven’, which is reported to have cost the industry an estimated £180 m if this were the case.Aitkenhead added: “Punters love following a hot streak but even more when it’s somebody like Dettori who has been there and done it so many times before.“Overall, it’s about all square between punters and bookies with plenty of strikes for both sides. Ryan Moore has also had three winners and the big jockeys always prove really popular with bettors. However there’s been a few surprises sprung and it’s all to play for going into a bumper Saturday!”Betway’s Alan Alger added: “Frankie Dettori is by far the country’s most popular jockey, and when he’s riding winners left, right and centre on one of the biggest betting days of the year it’s going to end badly for the bookies.“Ladies’ Day 2019 will go down as one of the most memorable in Royal Ascot’s 300-year history, but it will also live long in the memories of bookmakers as being very expensive.“We were staring directly down the barrel when the Italian stretched clear in the closing stages of the Britannia on Turgenev, but Harry Bentley and outsider Biometric swooped late to save us from a devastating loss.” Share GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020
Ghana’s Black Satellites are back in the chase for a second FIFA U-20 World Cup title in four years in Turkey with golden Sellas Tetteh in charge after missing the Colombia 2011 fiesta under former assistant coach Orlando Wellington.Coach Tetteh, alias Borbor, did the unthinkable on African soil in 2009 by leading a hungry bunch of talented players to win Africa’s first ever world title at the youth level. And as coming events cast their shadows, the former Black Stars assistant coach appears set to cause another sensation after holding reigning champions, Brazil, to a 1-1 draw in the final of a four-nation tournament in Switzerland last Saturday, losing the trophy at stake 3-4 on penalties.Ironically, the Andre Dede Ayew-led Satellites denied Brazil the title in 2009 via the same scoreline on penalties, raising hopes for another challenge for the ultimate without Brazil in this year’s competition which opens in Turkey on Friday till July 13.That piece of news must be refreshing for skeptics who were not impressed with the Satellites’s silver medal showing at the African Youth Championship in Algeria last April.Ghana will open their account on Friday with a tough Group A match against European powerhouse France and take on Spain and USA on June 24 and 27 respectively. And knowing the task ahead of his team in the ‘Group of Death’, soft-spoken Tetteh is approaching the tournament with cautious optimism though Ghana ranks among the tournament favourites.The Satellites lead a strong African representation, including Nigeria, Egypt and Mali, and look better off with their preparation at home and abroad as Borbor and his assistant, Yaw Preko, now have foreign-based options to give their team the needed balance for such a demanding tournament. For years, the FIFA U-20 World Cup has remained a huge platform for showcasing future stars and Turkey 2013 will be no different. Come to think of it, the likes of Dede Ayew, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu, Samuel Inkoom, Jonathan Mensah, Dominic Adiyiah, Daniel Agyei and David Addy of the Black Stars fame all emerged from the victorious 2009 Black Satellites squad.Currently, opinion is divided over Coach Tetteh’s ability to win another trophy for Ghana, but the former Rwanda national team coach believes something good can come out of their ambitious adventure in Turkey.For instance, the inclusion of foreign-based players such as Richmond Boakye-Yiadom, Joseph Duncan, Daniel Pappoe and Baba Abdul Rahman to the Ghana team has obviously strengthened the team which already has some bright spots such as goal poacher, Ebenezer Assifuah, Jeremiah Akorful, Moses Odjer, Kennedy Ashia, Francis Narh, Frank Acheampong, Richmond Nketiah, Ebenezer Ofori, Michael Anaba, Clifford Aboagye and Skipper Lawrence Lartey.Perhaps, we all have to wait till Friday’s opener with France to have an idea of what the present generation has in store for Ghanaians and the rest of Africa this time around.
Blake Griffin and Chris Paul were on the court this time, and when they’re around, the Clippers aren’t as easy to beat.Everyone in Portland found that out Thursday, as the Clippers’ stars took turns controlling the game, helping their team open the 2016-17 season with a 114-106 win in one of the NBA’s toughest arenas.The duo scored 54 points — 27 each — in their return to Portland.Griffin played like someone with a little court rust, moving too frantically at times in the paint, but he settled in and finished with 16 first-half points, including his first 3-pointer of the season.He also showed that his athleticism hadn’t disappeared, skying for a tip-in dunk on one end and soaring for a block on the other. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error And Paul was his typical self, bouncing back and forth as he created space for himself at his favorite spots on the court.While Griffin and Paul were the stars, the supporting cast played a major role.The Clippers’ bench showed its worth, stretching out a slight lead to as many as 12 in the first half. Marreese Speights scored 11 points in seven minutes, making his debut with the team a memorable one.Speights finished with 15, Jamal Crawford scored 13 and Austin Rivers added eight. Portland’s bench, combined, scored only 20 points.Emotions ran hot, especially in the second half, as a Trail Blazer sprint to start the third quarter tightened the game.Bad blood from last year’s playoff series carried over Thursday, with Portland’s Mason Plumlee getting into altercations with DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin on separate occasions. Plumlee and Jordan were each called for technical fouls after a shoving match, and Plumlee picked up a flagrant foul for pushing Griffin in the back.C.J. McCollum would also be charged with a flagrant foul, clobbering Jordan as the lone means of defense to stop a breakaway jam.McCollum, part of one of the NBA’s top backcourts with Damian Lillard, couldn’t get on track. Lillard did score 29 points, but he took 24 shots, and McCollum only had 16.The Clippers seemingly had put the game away before Portland made a push in the final two minutes after a big chunk of the Moda Center crowd had already gone home.Before the game, Rivers talked about the memories from last year, the memories you have whenever you end up done for the year. And while it’s fitting to be starting off back in the same town, on the same floor, one game means only so much.“After the game, whether you win or lose, it doesn’t tell you that you’re going to be great or anything,” he said pregame. “ It tells you where you’re at — at that moment.”And, at this moment, the Clippers are undefeated. PORTLAND, ORE. >> Doc Rivers remembered what it felt like to last be inside the Moda Center.He remembered the hurt after watching the Portland Trail Blazers beat his Clippers for the fourth-straight game. He remembered the tears shed inside the locker room, the blood literally left on the court, and the opportunity to advance and maybe win a title vanishing.How could he not?But when Rivers walked back into the Moda Center for the Clippers’ season opener Thursday night, he knew he had players who weren’t in the building the night their season ended.
PreviousLos Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw, front left, jokes with teammate Russell Martin before a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger (35) celebrates in the dugout after hitting a solo home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsAtlanta Braves starting pitcher Mike Soroka works against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first inning of a baseball game Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Kenta Maeda, of Japan, works against the Atlanta Braves in the first inning of a baseball game Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger watches the flight of a solo home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Atlanta Braves’ Ronald Acuna Jr. steals second base in the second inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw, front left, jokes with teammate Russell Martin before a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger (35) celebrates in the dugout after hitting a solo home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)NextShow Caption1 of 7Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger (35) celebrates in the dugout after hitting a solo home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)ExpandATLANTA — When Dodgers manager Dave Roberts talks about his team’s offense this season, he uses a golf analogy. When it comes to scoring runs, he says, they have a lot of different clubs in their bag.But they sure like to use the driver.Cody Bellinger hit his major-league leading 41st home run. Max Muncy hit his 30th, a three-run go-ahead shot in the seventh inning. Justin Turner followed that with his 13th since the start of July – the 14th time this season (and the third time in the past four games) the Dodgers have gone deep in consecutive at-bats. And Will Smith hit the 10th home run of a rookie season that was mainly spent in Triple-A until three weeks ago.It was another power lift as the Dodgers rode the home runs to an 8-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves Friday night. The Braves’ bullpen has been combustible and the spark had been struck. Another pinch-hitter, Kyle Garlick, drew a walk from Newcomb. The Braves left-hander got ahead of Muncy, 0-and 2, but missed low with a slider then hung one at 1-and-2. It disappeared into the seats along with the Braves’ lead.“He started me off with two breaking balls. At that point, i figured that was going to be their plan of attack,” Muncy recalled. “He tried to throw a heater by me. I was able to foul it off and in my mind I immediately went back to spin, figuring that would be what he would try. It kind of popped out of his hand a little bit, didn’t go where he wanted it to go. I was able to get the barrel to it.”The homer made Muncy the first Dodger with consecutive 30-homer seasons since Green in 2001 and 2002. Reaching that mark in a follow-up to last year’s breakout season brought a smile to Muncy’s face.“That’s a cool number to me. It just means a lot considering where I came from not too long ago,” said Muncy who was cut loose by the Oakland A’s in January 2017 and didn’t find a new job until the Dodgers signed him to a minor-league contract that April.Newcomb’s next pitch was a grooved first-pitch fastball to Turner that also found a home in the bleacher seats.An inning later, Smith took another lefty reliever, Jerry Blevins, deep for a two-run home run. According to Stats LLC, Smith and Gary Sanchez of the Yankees are the only catchers since 1920 to hit 10 or more home runs in their first 25 big-league games. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco “I just thought Kenta wasn’t sharp either and really didn’t use the fastball effectively, wasn’t convicted with it,” Roberts said, his frustration evident. “I think it was the fourth inning where he started to kind of go after it and be on the attack more. You saw the swing and miss and it made his secondaries play up. That’s what we’ve talked about time and time again with him.”Braves starter Mike Soroka got the Dodgers to hit into three double plays in 6 2/3 innings and had a one-run lead, 3-2, when the quality at-bats of which Roberts boasts started to add up.A.J. Pollock came off the bench with a pinch-hit single to extend the inning and Braves manager Brian Snitker pulled Soroka for Sean Newcomb.Related Articles Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start “Everyone can do it. Everyone can put it over the fence,” Smith said of the Dodgers’ lineup. “It’s always fun to hit the longball and watch it go over the fence.”Over their past five games, the Dodgers have hit at least four home runs in each game, 22 in all – both of those are major-league records. Bellinger and Muncy are the first Dodgers teammates with 30 or more home runs in the same season since Shawn Green and Gary Sheffield in 2001.“I guess the numbers don’t lie. We do hit the ball out of the ballpark,” said Roberts, fighting against the stereotyping of a team that leads the National League with 215 home runs this season. “I still will stand by the fact that our at-bat quality is as good as there is in the big leagues.”He can point to Friday’s seventh inning as a prime example.Bellinger hit his 41st home run in the second inning — his fourth in the past five games after hitting just three in the previous 21 — but the Braves took the lead with three runs in the bottom half as Kenta Maeda wandered through a wayward start that also saw him strike out seven consecutive batters — but fail to complete five innings for the second time in his past three outings. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (13) makes a catch in front of Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Brice McCain (25) during an NFL football game on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)PITTSBURGH (AP) – Antonio Brown was giddy. Le’Veon Bell was fired up. Cam Heyward was offering a pointed critique.Different emotions, same result: the kind of after-the-whistle penalties that have plagued the Pittsburgh Steelers during an uneven 2-2 start.The Steelers were flagged 13 times for 125 yards in Sunday’s confounding 27-24 loss to previously winless Tampa Bay. And while coach Mike Tomlin can live with the miscues that pop up during play, it’s the ones like the three personal fouls drawn by three of his team’s stars that are maddening.“Post-play penalties are ridiculous,” Tomlin said. “That we have full control.”At the moment, Pittsburgh is out of control.The Steelers are drawing 11 flags a game, ranking second to San Francisco for the most in the league. They Steelers drew six 15-yard fouls against the Buccaneers, some of them the kind of immature mistakes that are easily avoidable.Brown drew a celebration penalty when he used the ball as a prop and went to the ground following his 11-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter that tied the game at 10. It was a little more elaborate than his usual scoring rituals and Brown said he didn’t know he was breaking the rules.The Pro Bowler isn’t blaming the NFL for taking a hard stance, saying he simply has to cut down on the histrionics.“Obviously there’s excitement,” he said. “You want to have some fun but you’ve got to be smart.”Brown’s score came at the end of a drive in which Bell was flagged for taunting a pair of Buccaneers after a 16-yard run. Bell contends he was doing the kind of trash talking that is commonplace between the lines.“It happens every game,” he said.Maybe, but the dynamic second-year back understands there’s no real reason to put yourself in a vulnerable position.“If I’m not disciplined it’s on me,” he said. “Everybody else should take the same approach.”Heyward’s penalty may have been the most forgivable. He gave an official an earful following a 3-yard touchdown run by Tampa Bay’s Doug Martin that made it 17-17 early in the third quarter. Steelers linebacker Sean Spence appeared to be held during the play, and as the sellout crowd at Heinz Field roared its disapproval Heyward advocated for his teammate.The fourth-year defensive end copped to cursing at the official and crossing the line.“There are going to be bad calls, there are times we’re going to be upset,” Heyward said. “It’s just part of the game. If it was perfect, we wouldn’t need refs. I went too far. I messed up.”A sentiment echoed throughout the locker room as the Pittsburgh attempted to regroup following another baffling early season loss to a seemingly overmatched team.On Sunday it was the Buccaneers, who were coming off a 42-point loss to Atlanta. Last fall it was Oakland, who turned an early 93-yard touchdown run by Terrelle Pryor into a 21-18 win. In 2012 it was road upsets at Oakland and Tennessee. The Steelers missed the postseason by one game last year and two in 2012.While linebacker Lawrence Timmons stressed “it’s still early” he knows his team missed an opportunity.“Nobody ever takes us out of the game. We’re always in it,” he said. “We’ve got to do the necessary things to close those close games like the ones yesterday, like the Oakland games, things like that. If we get those games, it will be easier for us to make the playoff push.”It’s a notion Pittsburgh can scuttle if it doesn’t clean up its act. The Steelers will get another chance to beat a seemingly hopeless team when they travel to Jacksonville next weekend. Yet a game that looked like a gimme on the schedule appears decidedly more uncertain.Pittsburgh has mixed flashes of dominance with long stretches of mediocrity in the season’s first month. The mixed bag needs to stop soon, and the Steelers know it.“We just lost to one of the worst NFL teams in our house, we blew the game,” Brown said. “We feel embarrassed. We feel ashamed. We’ve got to do better to minimize those things. Losing at the end of games is unacceptable.”___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL
The Vancouver Canucks kick off the run to Lord Stanley September 18 at CN Centre in Prince George.The Kootenay Wild of BC Hockey Female Midget AAA and Kootenay Ice of the Major Midget League are keen to start training camps.And Minor Hockey, including Associations in North Kootenay and Nelson, are days from starting the Rep Tryouts for the upcoming season.So to salute the start of Canada’s grand game, Mallard’s Source for sports honours the 1924 Kaslo Ladies Hockey Team — all six of them as the pond season gets ready to drop the puck on another season.Let the games begin! The Nelson Daily, in conjuction with Mallard’s Source for sports in Nelson, dipped into the archives to unveil the most recent Team of the Week recipient.The reason?Hockey is back in prime time on the local scene as Kootenay International Junior Hockey League teams have already commenced preseason action — the Nelson Leafs dropping the puck Thursday.
STEVEN BERGWIJN immediately endeared himself to the Tottenham fans as he netted on his debut in a feisty affair.The goal came just three minutes after Oleksandr Zinchenko had been sent off for Man City, but Pep Guardiola’s men failed to put away their chances – including a penalty.And it got worse for the visitors, as Son Heung-min doubled Spurs’ lead as they saw out a huge 2-0 win over the Premier League champions.Tottenham 2 Man City 0 FTTV/ live stream: Sky Sports Premier League and Main EventFor those without a Sky TV subscription – grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99Follow ALL of the latest updates below…Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:32 pmSO a 2-0 win for Spurs this Sunday evening.Pep Guardiola’s clashes with Jose Mourinho may not be the title bellweathers they once were – yet some things never change.Three shots, 32 per cent possession, less than half the passes, but…Two more goals and three vital points.Jose Mourinho, ladies and gentlemen.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:29 pmMANY fans waiting around to show their appreciation of the scorers.And they get their chance with seemingly hundreds of South Korea flags for Son.Bergwijn picks up the tele’s man of the match award.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:27 pmBIRTHDAY boy Harry Winks leads the celebrations in front of the home fans.A big cheer too for Hugo Lloris after he saved Ilkay Gundogan’s spot-kick in the first-half.Both Steve Bergwijn and Son Heung-min are delaying their celebrations due to TV interview duties.I suspect it will be a huge roar for the white side of North London’s newest hero…Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:26 pmPEP GUARDIOLA angrily throws down the controller and restarts the game.How did they lose that one?!Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:24 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City90+’ Full time!Spurs go fifth as the visitors’ ten men fail to make chances, and a penalty kick, pay.What a moment for matchwinner Bergwijn!Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:23 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City90+’ Booking for Rodrigo for barging over the advancing Lamela.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:23 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City90+’ And that won’t be it. De Bruyne’s cross is headed into Lloris’ arms.Just 90 seconds left.City hit the bar with their last kick – just for fun.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:22 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City90+’ Gundogan flashes a low ball across the box that Lloris tips into a dangerous – but vacant – area.City need a goal now.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:21 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City90+’ Ndombele sends Rodrigo for an ice cream with a delightful piece of skill, the ball making its way to Son who fires in Spurs’ first shot of the game that doesn’t hit the net.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:19 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City90+’ Five minutes added on.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:18 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City89′ Another save!Silva is denied by Dier before De Bruyne attempts a looping cross/shot towards the back stick, tipped over well.The keeper now has a leg knock but appears okay to defend the corner.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:17 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City87′ Ambitious high ball lobbed into the box from Fernandinho, City needing to try something different now.But Lloris continues his excellent game by collecting the ball from Jesus’ head.A good candidate for man of the match?Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:14 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City85′ Ndombele writhes in agony after bumping into Fernandinho.Spurs want a possible elbow checked but Mike Dean is satisfied it was an innocent coming together – and the replays seem to agree.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:12 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City83′ Into the final ten minutes, Tottenham don’t quite know what to do when on the ball.Luckily for them, City aren’t able to do much with it either as De Bruyne fires a cross into Lloris’ arms.Dier replaces Moura and Sterling is off for Bernardo Silva.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:09 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City79′ Somehow the visitors don’t force another opening…Cancelo races down the left and has De Bruyne wide open on the 18-yard line, but his precision is off and the balls runs out of the Belgian’s reach.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:06 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City77′ Fernandinho drills an effort into a crowded box and wins a corner…Nothing doing.What can Guardiola’s (ten) men magic up now?Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:04 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City75′ The shot from Son did take a slight nick off Fernandinho as it flew in at the near-post.But it was a ferocious strike and indicative of City’s defensive disorganisation – a simple straight pass forward and the damage was done.So much for a flat back-four, you could have drawn that backline with a styrograph.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:01 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City72′ Well well well.Gabriel Jesus now comes on with this game suddenly having gotten away from the visitors. Mahrez off.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:00 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City71′ That might be that! The Korean takes the ball in the box, turns, shoots and scores!Emphatic finish and he is straight to Mourinho to celebrate.Otamendi went walkabout for that one.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 6:00 pmTottenham 2-0 Man City71′ GGGOOOAALLLLL!!! Son!Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 5:59 pmTottenham 1-0 Man City70′ Ndombele and Lamela will come on for the hosts.Bergwijn’s night is over with Alli off too.Huge cheer for the debutant as he is taken off and parades across the Spurs home end en route to the bench.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 5:58 pmTottenham 1-0 Man City68′ That Aguero substitution looking very interesting now for City.Sterling is going through the middle with Gundogan just off him, Cancelo a left-back and left-winger all in one.De Bruyne, down the right, wins a corner but there will be a break as Bergwijn has cramp.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 5:55 pmTottenham 1-0 Man City66′ Yellow card now for Lo Celso as he makes a very dodgy lunge on Walker.A solid 61,022 in attendance today, it is confirmed.Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 5:54 pmTottenham 1-0 Man City65′ Tottenham Stadium is rocking with the score 1-0.It’s also 1-14 on shots, but who counts that?Marc Mayo3 Feb 2020, 5:54 pmTottenham 1-0 Man City63′ Aguero off and Cancelo on for City – a curious change but not the Argentine’s day.Not any of the Citizens’ day to be fair.A man down and now a goal down having had buckets of chances…Load more entries…