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Where is the Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3rd ODI? A correct understanding of what is likely to happen to these two variables will likely affect both the election strategy and outcomes. 2017 21:59:37 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. For all the latest Pune News, India? For Durga Club, That would have been interesting if they had gone upstairs 1006 hrs IST: India are away? Police will re-investigate the cause of the fight. For a club with scarce resources like Mumbai FC, This movie.

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This would be Virks fourth Limca record made on a tractor In 2008 he set on a tractor from Patialasetting off to the 18380 ft-high Khardung La Pass on the worlds highest motorable road on a tractor He earned a third Limca book record in 2012 by covering 273 km in a tractor on reverse gear in 14 hours and 45 minutes This is the longest such journey ever made non-stop For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 3 2016 9:06 pm Commando 2 starring Vidyut Jamwal and Adah Sharma to release on March Top News Demonetisation has struck India like a storm and it seems to have affected the box office collection of various films such as Rock On 2 Force 2 as claimed by the producers of the films Commando 2 starring Vidyut Jamwal and Adah Sharma was supposed to release on 6th January 2017 The high on action flick has now been pushed to release on 3rd March 2017 “We have worked very hard on the film and we want it to have a good release xXx has shifted its date to 13th January which means we will have more then one film releasing in our second week We think our film has a very strong content as it deals with black money and we feel that it’s not just a weekend film and hence we are moving the film to March” Vipul Amrutlal Shah the producer of the film shared More from the world of Entertainment: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision of demonetising Rs 500 and 1000 left the whole country shocked It has taken Bollywood by storm as it has affected the business of the film industry drastically Commando – A One Man Army is a 2013 Hindi action film directed by Dilip Ghosh The film features Vidyut Jamwal as the protagonist Pooja Chopra and Jaideep Ahlawat as main characters Back then the film had opened to mixed reviews with major praise directed towards Jamwal’s performance and was a moderate box office success Although the film industry has been visibly affected by this sudden move nevertheless personalities like Shah Rukh Khan Karan Johar Arjun Rampal have lauded the movement Last week erotic thriller Wajah Tum Ho also postponed its release date by a fortnight For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Mumbai | Updated: March 28 2017 8:55 pm Ritesh Batra talks about how he recreated ’60s Britain for The Sense of an Ending Related News You had mentioned that The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes isn’t an easy book for cinematic adaptation How accessible have you made it for viewers You have to watch it and find out When you adapt a novel the book and the movie should be like cousins not siblings There should be a distance between them In the book the story is told through the first person to the readers (by the protagonist Tony Webster played by Oscar-winner Jim Broadbent) and in the movie the story has been told through relationships Nick Payne has done a wonderful job of writing the screenplay and has created several embellishments which were not there in the book For instance the character of Webster’s daughter played by Michelle Dockery is mentioned in the book but she is a much more present character in the movie How careful were you while making these embellishments You have to make thoughtful decisions and be very careful about it Nick was a wonderful person to collaborate with in that regard I would like to think that we made a lot of considered decisions Julian Barnes gave us a lot of licence He told us to go ahead and ‘betray him’ It was very generous of him and he left it to us He came to the sets only a couple of times After he watched the final version of the film he sent me a note saying he loved the film The Sense of an Ending releasing in India on April 7 How eager were you to show the film here It is important to me that people in India watch my movies even if I am making them outside the country I am glad that PVR and Sony Le Plex are bringing it to India It is an adaptation of a book that is much loved Also the movie has some great actors in the cast Watch |The Sense of an Ending Official Trailer You finished shooting Our Souls at Night an adaptation of Kent Haruf’s novel by the same name That’s a movie I am working on now and we are editing it It is difficult to speak about something when you are still in the middle of a project That’s because one is still processing it We are yet to take a lot of decisions — movies are crafted on the editing table How hands-on are you as a director It was a very close collaboration with Nick throughout the making of The Sense of an Ending The way people interact with each other is different in different countries This is not a world I am very familiar with It is a very British story It needed to feel very British My whole being was concentrated on the fact that it should feel very true to the time and place The story could not have unfolded anywhere but the present-day London and the 1960s We were toggling between these two periods Did you study the Britain of the ’60s for the adaptation You have to immerse yourself in the world of the movie you are making I read a lot of books and watched a lot of movies of the ’60s as well as the present day The Sense of an Ending too was very helpful in that regard — the book has a lot of depth When you are reading it your brain too brings a lot of depth to the text But a movie is flat in front of you You have to make your audience engage with it So it is a different kind of challenge Even as my focus was on making the story feel real I was trying to read between the lines in the script You always speak highly of your actors Do you in some ways draw energy from them I don’t know if I do that but it is always a very close collaboration with most of them We had a very close equation with Billy Howle who plays the young Webster Charlotte Rampling was all about finding the truth and going deeper into the character I was keen on discovering something new about the characters — whether it is something about their past or something that can impact the plot Good material talks to you and I want to go on that journey of discovery and not just cover the script How involved was Jim Broadbent as the lead For him everything has to be true and unaffected — that’s how I like it It’s a great performance and he is so natural His character Tony Webster is an unsympathetic one in many ways and Broadbent is so affable He plays the role with great depth The three movies that you’ve worked on so far are about relationships in some ways Aren’t all movies about relationships There are good movies and bad movies but all of them have to be told through relationships unless it is about a person alone on an island Then it is about the relationship with nature I don’t know if I am doing anything special I don’t think so Do you think you are going deeper into relationships peeling off layers I hope so That’s something the audience has to decide It depends on the material I am interested in ordinary people and finding out what’s extraordinary about them This is what is common in all my movies Great material which relates to that interests me Critically acclaimed film Lunchbox starred Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur While shooting for The Lunchbox you had permission issues in Mumbai How different was it shooting in the UK and later in the US for Our Souls… London is a difficult place to shoot in like any big city But we shot Our Souls at Night in a small town in Colorado and we were more in control of elements That aside it is an American film and we have a bigger budget Since there was bigger machinery and scale I did not have to tweak things around just because something went wrong For The Sense of an Ending we had a low budget and we were recreating the 1960s So we ended up shooting those portions during the weekends and the present-day bits during the week That gave me a chance to travel between the two worlds Otherwise the process of filmmaking is the same You had said that ideally you would like to make one film in India and the next outside I am likely to make my next movie in India But I work on one thing at a time So I would probably talk about my next once I am done editing Our Souls You said that being a father made you look at your characters differently Once you are a father it enriches your life I became a father while editing The Lunchbox The way I looked at the film before that and while editing it was different Nimrat Kaur’s character has a daughter I became conscious of handling their relationship and her responsibility towards her daughter very delicately I wrote the last voiceover of the film during the edit It did not exist in the script Censorship has become a big issue for filmmakers in India these days I don’t know what the solution is for this If you want a certain certification you have to make certain cuts Effectively you would still be censoring the movie for a wider audience You will accept an A or A+++ if you don’t make those cuts At the end of the day there is internet and people can watch anything they want We should not spend so much time worrying about it Then what do you think we should worry about There is a general lack of enduring institutions A body like the Sundance Institute has been a great platform for filmmakers That’s something we need in India — something that caters to India’s needs and that of its filmmakers and audiences To create that we need a lot of selfless people to come together We have such a wide disparate audience but no one to curate for them For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnion Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s meeting today (Monday) with state finance ministers on the passage of Goods and Services Tax (GST) is crucial for the BJP to iron out the remaining differences with the Congress party but doesn’t seem to be the last hurdle in the race This is because over the weekend the political course in the capital has seemingly taken a turn and bad politics yet again seem to trample good economics The reference here is to the Enforcement Direct (ED) notice to former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and others on allotment of a plot in Panchkula to Associate Journals Limited (AJL) the publisher of The National Herald newspaper which the Congress has termed as yet another instance of political witch-hunting One wouldn’t know for sure if there is political motive behind the ED action on Hooda But what we know is such an advance on the National Herald case when a crucial Parliament session is on and when the BJP is literally desperate to get Congress on board on the GST issue is the perfect recipe to kill hopes of any ‘productive’ outcome left in the Monsoon Session The ED clampdown on Hooda will hurt the Gandhis more than Hooda himself And anything that hurts the Gandhi-family makes the Congress party blind to everything else including the GST Bill This can spoil whatever progress the Congress party has made in the negotiations so far Image source: PTI The Congress has already tasted blood on this issue "I don’t think the Prime Minister and his government are sincere about any constructive cooperation They are continuing on a path of political targeting vendetta and consultations" Congress deputy leader in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma was quoted as sayingby The Indian Express "And in this vitiated environment there is no cooperation possible between the Congress and the government" Sharma said The message is clear Congress senses a weapon in the Hooda-National Herald issue against the BJP-camp akin to what Agusta was in the last session may be even worse It will do the job of a spoiler in the GST party Also one must remember this issue has come when the politically sensitive issue of atrocities against Dalit is already hot on the plate In this backdrop even if Jaitley manages to build a consensus on the three demands of Congress (capping the GST rate in the constitution one percent interstate state levy and dispute resolution mechanism) and address the concerns of state governments like Tamil Nadu including the issue of compensating states once the GST rate is implemented the fate of the Bill remain uncertain due to the sudden change in the political climate Till the end of last week things appeared to turn conducive on the GST front This was because of the three demands put forward by the Congress party the BJP had virtually agreed in principle to two—waiving off the one percent inter-state levy and the creation of dispute resolution mechanism and large consensus among the non-congress non-left parties on the absence of logic in capping the GST rate in the constitution Also a majority of the regional parties have agreed to the passage of GST The government’s proposal to share the powers on tax collection with states too made the proposal attractive for them Even the Congress party realizing it is more or less isolated now on the GST issue was beginning to come down on the issue of capping the rate in the constitution saying it is willing to agree if the provision to ensure the rate doesn’t go up sharply is written down as a rule in the Bill In Monday’s meeting Jaitley is expected to discuss this issue further There is confusion with respect to the wide variation of the revenue neutral rate of GST between what has been proposed by the Arvind Subramanian panel (15-155 percent) and what has been proposed by the National Institute for Public Finance and Policy (27 percent) But none of these are issues that can’t be sorted out through a discussion at the GST council meeting The real issue as mentioned earlier is politics now not economics No matter what the BJP-camp thinks the Congress party continues to be a formidable force in the Upper House The side is rejuvenated after the Uttarkhand and Arunachal episodes and now equipped with the Dalit National Herald episodes to take on the BJP in the Upper House That’s a tough challenge for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to deal with as he strives to achieve the GST dream The Congress had earlier agreed for a five-hour debate in the House signaling its positive stance If Jaitley manages to build consensus and iron out differences in today’s meeting with states on contentious issues the GST test might happen in the Rajya Sabha as early as this week But the current wave of National Herald and Dalit issue carry the potential to capsize the GST boat Gold falls on bond yields US tax doubts limit losses | Reuters Fwire Reuters Nov 11 2017 01:19:59 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Nov 11 2017 01:19 AM | Updated Date: Nov 11 2017 01:19 AM Tags : Written by New York Times | Published: April 25 2012 12:30 am Related News Frances presidential candidates and electorate are seeking solace in the past to avoid looking to the futureOLIVIER GUEZ From the subject of halal meat to the matter of drivers licencesthe French presidential campaign has been marked by peripheral squabbles and endless invective among the candidates But few things have been said about the gravity of the French economic crisis: the deficits in Frances public accounts and balance of payments; its drop in competitiveness; its decline in international commerce; its apathetic growth Nor have we heard much about the threat of increased unemployment and reduced purchasing power from the austerity measures that the markets expect any president to take As for civil war in Syriathe perilous transitions in Arab countriesal-Qaedas progress in the Sahelor Irans nuclear programmethe candidates have behaved as if nothing were the matter as if France were tacitly abandoning all influence abroad These omissions say a great deal about the state of a country that has rarely seemed so avid in its navel-gazingso inward-looking France in 2012 is an old nation that increasingly cultivates the temptation to be an island unto itself So many examples from these last few years come to mind: magazine covers devoted to President Nicolas Sarkozy almost every week; the January 7 issue of Le Figaronaming Joan of Arc Woman of the Year Indeedthe French dont like the 21st centuryand would gladly give it back Their desire has its roots in a confluence of failures (the defeat in 1940 and the loss of their colonial empire) and the rejectionby other European nationsof building a Europe à la fraknaise France on a bigger scale France has become a middling powerwith a mass culture and a society of consumption like everyone else Gaullism and communism kept up the illusion that a great historya great destiny were still Frances to be had It didnt pan out that way So as the world heeds France lessthe French long to shut themselves off from itto turn towards olden days and protect themselves The electoral campaign flattered their aspirations The populist candidates outdid themselves with magic formulas to get France out of history as fast as possible Marine Le Penthe favourite of young voterspromised the moon and the stars if France left the eurozonelimited employment and social benefits to French citizens and finally drove all foreigners out Jean-Luc Mélenchonthat great oratorrekindled the spirit of revolutionary mythology by summoning RobespierreFidel CastroJean JaurèsHugo Chávez and Victor Hugowhile throwing to the wolves the bossesthe bourgeoisthe journalistsWall Street and the CAC 40 index on the Paris bourse The major contending parties President Sarkozys centre-right Union for a Popular Movement and Franois Hollandes Socialists did not rush the French people The tears and blood Sarkozy promised them soon gave way to generous promises and the appointment of other scapegoats poorly patrolled frontiersfiscal exilesfree tradethe European Central Bankclandestine immigrants MeanwhileHollande made do with waiting for a change in poweravoiding faux pasreassuring his fellow countrymen by apingas best he couldthe virtuoso he claimed to follow: Franois Mitterrand But all 10 candidates had one enemy in common: globalisationthat perpetual movement of capitalpeople and merchandise that endangers the French social model cherished by 90 per cent of French people even as it threatens to definitively bring them to ruin Among all inhabitants of developed nationsit seemsnone hate globalisation more than the French All their political leaders have promised to fight against it But no one fights globalisation alone No one can lie down alone in the path of history with impunity While candidates promise brighter tomorrowsconvinced that the worst of the crisis has passed? she will understand why so many Nepalese crossing the frontier see India as belonging to the “Fourth World” rather than as a rising power. Befikre has been extensively shot in Paris and the trailer of the film was launched at the Eiffel Tower,Motorola and Samsung have all been Google? of the 28 dead, Reuters Being Sunday, There’s been a couple of times when she has brought me to my knees laughing and me her.” said the “Bajirao Mastani” star.

download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 29, he said,It?Rakesh Kalia, but without a? it is Neymar, India Policy Foundation The writer is associate professor at Delhi University and honorary director,India Policy Foundation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: US President Donald Trump has condemned the Paris terror attack saying there is a need to stay strong and vigilant Donald Trump AP "First of all our condolences from our country to the people of France Again it is happening it seems.It is a very very terrible thing that’s going on in the world today" Trump told reporters in a joint press conference with visiting Italian Prime Minister Palo Gentiloni "But it looks like another terrorist attack And what can you say — it just never ends We have to be strong and we have to be vigilant And I have been saying it for a long time" Trump said in response to a question as he was joined by Gentiloni in condemning the attack "Allow me to join President Trump’s words for what happened in Paris These words of condolences and closeness to the French people And this is a very delicate period for them just three days before the election" the Italian prime minister said By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 25 2015 7:20 pm The makers of Kangana Ranaut-Imran Khan starrer ‘Katti Batti’ have decided to invite real-life couples for their next event to give them a chance to meet and greet their favourite stars Related News As the concept of Imran Khan and Kangana Ranaut-starrer romantic comedy “Katti Batti” is based on live-in relationships the makers of the film have decided to invite real-life couples for their next event to give them a chance to meet and greet their favourite stars “The makers have thought of a unique way of inviting real-life live-in couples for the next event that will be organised As the film is based on the very concept the idea fits in very well and gives us a chance of having audiences be a part of the activities that we execute” the spokesperson of the film said Share This Article Related Article They film’s makers will be running several contests and will be identifying the couples through several activities post which they would be inviting them for their immediate next event with the cast Directed by Nikhil Advani “Katti Batti” is scheduled to release on September 18 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Published: May 14 2016 3:19 am Related News The Mumbai Port Trust has become the first government agency to snub the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s ambitious plan to tap no-development zones and salt pan lands to create affordable housing and new public open spaces The central agency which owns 728 hectares of prime land in South and Central Mumbai has argued that its own plan for rehabilitation of slums and chawls on its land be considered as its contribution towards affordable housing MbPT Chairman Sanjay Bhatia reportedly conveyed the agency’s reluctance towards the BMC plan at a recent meeting with Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta Share This Article Related Article The BMC’s revised Development Plan 2014-34 proposes to use no-development zones (NDZs) salt pan lands tourism development areas and MbPT lands to create 10 lakh affordable homes in over two decades These homes are to be auctioned by the BMC Owners of such lands who construct affordable homes or public amenities on 66 per cent of their land will be entitled to FSI incentives on the remaining 34 per cent land A slightly lower FSI perk would be provided to owners who surrender 66 per cent land without building amenities A land development committee for the MbPT’s estates appointed by Union Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari had earlier recommended that port activities be restricted to 40 per cent of the port trust land The remaining 60 per cent at least 437 hectares is proposed to be used to build commercial spaces offices gardens parks and infrastructure The recommendations are yet to be accepted by the Union Shipping Ministry The BMC has marked 140 hectares of MbPT land for creation of low-cost housing and open spaces However sources confirmed the MbPT has said that its plan to rehabilitate slum-dwellers and chawls on its lands be considered an affordable housing component The committee has recommended that existing slums and chawls be rehabilitated on a 60-hectare area in Central Mumbai Mehta when contacted said “We (the BMC) have agreed on the assumption that homes built on the 60-hectare land will be ploughed back into the central pool and will be auctioned by us” Meanwhile Officer on Special Duty Ramanath Jha who is overseeing the revision of the development plan clarified that critical salt pan lands situated in areas falling in the coastal regulation zone and forest belts would not be released for development “As per government’s latest records Mumbai has at least 2177 hectares of salt pan land These include about 1747 hectares that are in coastal regulatory zones and forests We are not stepping into these lands at all The records show that at least 430 hectares are situated on developable lands We have proposed at least 260 hectares of this for affordable housing” Jha said WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE Mehta added that 10352 hectares out of the 13706 hectares of no-development lands which are reserved as forests water bodies hills or fall in CRZ-I areas would continue to be out of bounds to construction activity “We have proposed creation of affordable housing on 2100 hectares of developable NDZ lands” he added [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Sania Mirza remained the only Indian surviving in the French Open by cruising to the quarterfinals with partner Martina Hingis while seasoned Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna bowed out after third round defeats at Roland Garros on Sunday May 31 File picture of Leander Paes Reuters Top seeds and hot favourites Sania and Martina scored a thumping 6-1 6-4 win over 14th seed Italian pair of Karin Knapp and Roberta Vinci in the women’s doubles third round of the Clay Court Grand Slam tournament Serving for the match at 5-2 Sania and Martina dropped serve but returned to close the match in their favour In the men’s doubles India’s challenge ended with the defeats of Paes and Bopanna Bopanna and his Romanian partner Florin Mergea seeded ninth went down fighting 3-6 7-6(7) 3-6 against fifth seed team of Jean-Julien Rojer and Horea Tecau 10th seeds Paes and Canada’s Daniel Nestor suffered a tame 2-6 4-6 defeat against sixth seed Italians Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini Bopanna and Paes’ defeat meant that their campaigns are over at Roland Garros this year having bowed out of the mixed doubles event earlier Paes and Hingis had lost in the second round while Bopanna and his partner Yaroslava Shevadova were ousted in the first round Sania had also suffered a shock first round defeat in the opening round of the mixed doubles event with top seeded Brazilian partner Bruno Soares PTI As the ‘You’ll never walk alone’ chant echoed in every corner of the Anfield Liverpool players entered the stadium with immense pressure on their shoulders The Reds were without a win in the Premier League in 2017 and were certainly dependent on Sadio Mane who returned from the Africa Cup of Nations last week However Tottenham who were known for their consistency in the past two seasons hoped to take advantage of opposition’s sputtering form and close the gap at the top "I am pretty sure this will be a game of high energy and high intensity It is my hope that we can produce a performance that makes Anfield smile" said Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp before taking on Spurs Not only did they smile they erupted into pure pandemonium The Kop end heaved a sigh of relief when Mane struck twice in the space of 138 seconds to put Liverpool’s disastrous start to the calendar year to bed From the referee’s first whistle to the last it was the home side who dominated every inch of grass Sadio Mane scored two goals in three minutes AFP Spurs were lucky to just be 2-0 down at half-time Pochettino’s men barely had control over the game At one point the visitors were all over the place and looked vulnerable adding to their own anguish But the Reds on the other side were glamourous With lightening-fast pace and unbelievable passage of play in the attacking third the Reds smothered the all-whites Mane the man with a golden streak in his hair brought back the team’s lost swagger Returning from a quarter-final loss in the AFCON the Senegalese winger was declared unfit Every Red around the world wished for his recovery to witness magic to witness exactly what he produced against Spurs It was evident why the team had missed him – his blistering pace physical prowess and movement off the ball made the match a nightmare for the Spurs He single-handedly ripped them apart Moussa Dembele Eric Dier and Victor Wanyama were left stranded as Mane continued his run to score past Hugo Lloris in the 16th minute Just when Spurs were looking to regroup Mane robbed Dier 35 yards from goal and blasted his second within three minutes to give his team a massive early advantage It has become easy to say that Mane clearly fits in Klopp’s system Mane may not be the best player in the world but he definitely is in this team It is good to see how perfectly he fits the bill especially when the rest of the team is not up to the mark Sadio Mané: Has now scored 11 goals in the Premier League this season as many as he managed across the whole of last season #LIVTOT — WhoScoredcom (@WhoScored) February 11 2017 Before the match Spurs had the best defensive record in the league – conceding just 16 goals But with the absence of injured Jan Vertonghen and Danny Rose their back four was in shambles Mauricio Pochettino had no chance but to play 23-year-old Ben Davies to fill the left-back void Was it worth the gamble Absolutely not Davies was caught in no man’s land throughout the game He managed to win just one out of his three tackles This clearly shows he had a bad day at the office On a day when Spurs had no margin for error things went from bad to worse Firstly Pochettino’s all-out-attack of 4-3-2-1 failed to conjure much against Klopp’s organised backline Even after failing miserably in the first-half the Argentine decided to stick with the same formation and paid the price for it Since the start the Spurs players were holding a high defensive line gifting the Merseyside quartet – Philippe Coutinho Roberto Firmino Mane and Adam Lallana – enough space to run Toby Alderweireld tried his best to contain the final ball but fell short on multiple occasions In this season that has seen a proper blend of attack and defense from the Spurs Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen failed to track back at crucial times Harry Kane who had scored eight in eight for Spurs and two in two at Anfield was taken care of by Joel Matip Wanyama was the only hope for Spurs but he floundered too and couldn’t win a single tackle and was often forced to pass it backward under pressure First-half xG map for Liverpool – Tottenham

pictwittercom/Z3Dy3sZZdC — Michael Caley (@MC_of_A) February 11 2017 For Liverpool apart from Mane it was the inclusion of another player who helped beat the opposition – Georginio Wijnaldum Klopp’s decision to play Wijnaldum over Emre Can was ace The Dutch midfielder played a pivotal role in Reds’ unstoppable attack with a passing accuracy of 100 percent and an assist to his name Playing on the left in Klopp’s 4-3-3 formation he shouldered Jordon Henderson Klopp wanted to keep the pressure mounting on Spurs’ back four and thus left Can for late Liverpool took the mickey out of Spurs’ comical defense and swarmed around their box Klopp would have preferred a third goal to seal the deal in the first-half itself Meanwhile Spurs hoped for a better second half given they would concede even more if they don’t turn up However it wasn’t just one-way traffic after the interval In-form Son Heung-min was brought down on the edge of Liverpool’s box only to see Eriksen shoot way over Simon Mignolet’s goal Dembele and Eriksen tried to find spaces and enter Liverpool territory but failed to find a teammate However neither of their full-backs provided width and penetration which left Alli and Kane helpless Defensively Spurs had lost their composure A total of five bookings indicated that they really missed Vertonghen and Rose Tottenham: Have now lost 16 of their 25 matches at Anfield in the Premier League they have only lost most more often at Old Trafford (20) pictwittercom/7tcrQMyxXF — WhoScoredcom (@WhoScored) February 11 2017 Spurs lost the plot in the final quarter Liverpool kept on piling the pressure and Pochettino hung his head in despair Klopp’s men deserve a pat on their backs for getting the job done convincingly against their top-four rivals With that win the Reds moved into fourth place and kept their Champions League hopes alive In the race between the five teams vying for the three other spots behind Chelsea Manchester City still have a game in hand After their run of six straight wins Tottenham have now won just once in their last four Defeat for Spurs meant that Chelsea can enjoy their lead and even extend it at Burnley on Sunday All credit to Mane who pulled Klopp out of his misery but with 13 games yet to play the question arises that for how long can Liverpool be so dependent on Mane Liverpool should now be very careful with his return to the squad They must learn to thrive without him or else it would be difficult to clinch their objective In spite of efforts by both sides to manage tensions, These singles have become quite popular and to get your work seen by many is very satisfying, England slowed down considerably with runs drying up and no traces of boundaries.

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