Lionel Messi believes Argentina are starting to show “what they stand for” at the World Cup as he helped them shrug off a shock defeat to Saudi Arabia with a win over Mexico on Saturday night. “We didn’t expect (the defeat to Saudi Arabia), and today felt very long,” Messi said via an interpreter. Luckily we won and that was a weight off our shoulders, and we have the peace of mind that it is all down to us again. Lionel Scaloni will not let Argentina get carried away (Ariel Schalit/AP)“I do think the feeling of joy is there. When asked if he felt Mexico had afforded Messi too much space throughout, Martino replied: “I don’t see it that way.
November 26, 2022 23:12 UTC
Kieran Trippier understands why England fans jeered the team following their goalless draw with the United States but insists they will be ready for a “battle” against Wales. Expand Close England were met with a number of boos inside the Al Bayt Stadium following their draw with the United States. “Of course we understand the frustration because we didn’t win the game but we gave everything, a point is a good result. England top Group B heading into the final game and know progress is assured so long as they avoid a 4-0 loss on Tuesday. (Adam Davy/PA) PA / FacebookTwitterEmailWhatsapp Rob Page’s Wales are next up for England in Group B.
November 26, 2022 22:08 UTC
ITV presenter Seema Jaswal apologised to Andros Townsend after the Everton star did not take favourably to being called an 'ex-England international'. Townsend was on commentary duty for Poland's World Cup clash with Saudi Arabia. She said: 'Well ex-England international Andros Townsend is on commentary for us today and I'm delighted to say that we can get Andros' opinion on the game last night. At first, Townsend didn't appear to be too bothered with the Ex-England international label, as he replied: 'Hi Seema. But Townsend then swiped back at Jaswal as he responded: 'Well firstly you really didn't need to emphasise the ex-England part but thanks for that.'
November 26, 2022 19:38 UTC
Virgil van Dijk has fired back at Marco van Basten after the Dutch legend criticised the Liverpool star's defending in his country's 1-1 draw with Ecuador at the World Cup. Van Basten, a three-time Ballon d'Or winner and who was part of Holland's squad that won Euro 1988, blamed Van Dijk for Enner Valencia's equaliser on Friday. Virgil van Dijk was criticised by Marco van Basten for Ecuador's goal against HollandVan Basten told Dutch television that Van Dijk 'takes care of nothing' for his national teamVan Dijk was asked about Van Basten's comments in his post-match interview. 'Van Dijk is actually the best man, but does the least in terms of initiative,' Van Basten told Ziggo Sport. Despite receiving criticism from Van Basten, Van Dijk was praised by De Jong ahead of the Ecuador game.
November 26, 2022 12:38 UTC
My future husband is rich and handsome I can retire at 30 and devote myself to interesting things. I’m dyslexic, so eating at a taco on a date could have resulted in more carnage than it did. Callum and Kieran go on their dateQuestion and Answer Want to be on a blind date? No, it’s a blind date! Consider how it will be read to your date, and that this blind date reaches a large audience, in print and online.
November 26, 2022 07:58 UTC
Rice and Fish in Asian CulturesFor centuries, fresh caught fish with country (Nadu), rice has been a staple of the national diet. On festive occasions the traditional coconut-milk rice (kiri- bath) was always served with Tuna fish Ambulthiyal (sour fish a southern preparation), or miris malu (chilly fish). In many Asian cultures, from Bengal to Indonesia and Vietnam, ‘rice and fish’ is symbolic of abundance. [iv] The country spent 573.4 million rupees to import maize seeds and 9 billion rupees for other maize related products including maize ears, the data showed. Deepening debt trap and Import Dependency on the Eve of IndependenceThis week a Gazette relaxing import restrictions on apparel, cosmetics, perfumes, ceramics Air conditioners, freezers washing machines was issued amid a deepening US dollar debt trap.
November 26, 2022 06:29 UTC
Religious and ethnic boundaries are the most dangerous boundaries on earth since they are the most common reasons for ethnic cleansings and genocides. The traitors looked at the colonialists’ map drawn to divide and conquer Ethiopia and built blood-shedding ethnic boundaries throughout the country. Since these ethnic boundaries were installed between the very people that lived in harmony for thousands of years, Ethiopians have been deprived of living in peace let alone exercising their God given rights. Unfortunately, their former serfs and the satanic ethnic boundaries remained in place, and they continued causing endless wars and intensifying ethnic cleansings and genocides of ethnic groups, especially Amaras throughout the country. Peace and Unification (Tewahido) are biblical chapters, but Ethnic boundaries are Satanic verses.
November 26, 2022 06:08 UTC
“Millions are being plunged into extreme hardship and appalling conditions of life by these strikes,” said Türk in a statement. In an evening address, Zelenskiy indicated that Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko and his officials had not done enough to help. "As of this evening, blackouts continue in most regions (of Ukraine) and in Kyiv. In total, more than six million subscribers," Zelensky said in his daily address on social media. 6:25pm: Russian shelling kills 15 in Kherson, city official saysRussian shelling on the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson killed 15 civilians on Friday, said an official in the recently recaptured city.
November 26, 2022 05:43 UTC
Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Sky Sports News' Ben Ransom reports that the Glazer family are open to selling Manchester United after 17 years of ownershipDAILY EXPRESSManchester United have made contact over re-signing Memphis Depay and Barcelona are open to terminating his contract to make the move easier. THE SUNArgentina's worries over Lionel Messi missing their crucial World Cup clash with Mexico are no more after he shook off an ankle problem. DAILY MAILCopa Libertadores champions Flamengo are in discussions with club sponsors to try and fund a three-month move to sign Cristiano Ronaldo after the World Cup. Brazil's World Cup issues continue to mount with Antony, a possible replacement for injured Neymar, reportedly missing training on Friday because of an illness. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Rob Dorsett and Kaveh Solhekol analyse England's 0-0 draw against USA at the World Cup in Qatar.
November 26, 2022 05:18 UTC
But public gun-carrying has appeared to increase rapidly in recent years. A 2015 study by the same researchers, using the same methodology, had found that 3 million adults said they carried a loaded handgun daily, and 9 million did so once a month. Demographically, those who chose to carry a gun in public in 2019 were more likely to live in the south, the study found. Only about 8% of handgun owners and carriers were at the lowest income level, making less than $25,000 a year. The 2019 gun-carrying study was based on the self-reported behavior of a nationally representative sample of US adults living in firearm-owning households.
November 26, 2022 04:05 UTC
Mr Higginbotham said: "If even one of the allegations are true, that falls well below the standards that I - and I think all local residents and other business in this borough - would expect of an established business."
November 26, 2022 02:22 UTC
The San Francisco Police Department recently proposed the use of robots in dangerous situations. The draft policy proposes that the police will be allowed to use robots with “deadly force” if there is a threat to the cops or the public. Although SFPD robots were originally designed for surveillance and bomb disposal The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) requested permission to deploy killer robots to hunt down human suspects. Although SFPD robots were originally designed for surveillance and bomb disposalAccording to SFPD Public Information Officer Eve Laokwansathitaya, the robots will only be used in rare circumstances. Maybe other Dem cities can take a look.San Francisco police propose using robots capable of ‘deadly force’ Glad to see San Francisco police trying to be proactive.
November 26, 2022 01:59 UTC
Silver Demand And Deficit – Both Heading To Record Highs In DecadesGlobal demand for silver is expected to rise 16% this year to 1.21 billion ounces, creating the biggest deficit in decades, according to the Silver Institute. Higher demand in India, the world’s biggest silver consumer, could support global silver prices. Silver Investors Alert – 2023 could be Historic & MemorableAccording to the Silver Institute: Silver Jewelry and Physical Investment both forecast to surge by 50 Moz to record highs this year. Silver demand is forecast to reach a record total in 2022, driven by new highs for industrial demand, jewelry and silverware offtake and physical investment. The Last Best Time to buy / add Silver to your portfolioWith silver prices still relatively low, this is a great time to add silver to your investment portfolio.
November 26, 2022 01:45 UTC
The first recorded use of a diamond ring to signify engagement was in 1477 when Archduke Maximilian of Austria proposed to Mary of Burgundy with a diamond ring. If you are thinking of proposing to your girlfriend, then you may be wondering why a DR diamond ring is such a popular choice. How to pick the right diamond ring? Ideas for a proposalThere is no single answer to the question of how best to propose with a diamond ring. ConclusionThere are so many things to consider when proposing a diamond ring to your future wife.
November 26, 2022 01:18 UTC
The chief constable of England’s third biggest police force says officers must cease “virtue-signalling” on social media and get on with the job they are paid to do. Stephen Watson replaced Ian Hopkins as the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in May 2021 after the crisis-hit force was placed in special measures in December 2020. The chief constable, who is seen as an ‘old school’ police chief after banning his officers from having tattoos visible while on duty, told The Times: “Using social media, in these very contested times, requires a particular skill. So for the most part, regardless of our intentions, we tend to use social media badly,” he added. GMP first entered special measures after a HMICFRS report revealed the force had failed to record 80,000 crimes.
November 26, 2022 01:07 UTC