Taylor Davis VANDERBILT – Traditional: L 986-1,007 | Baker: W 1,093-988 | Baker Best-of-Seven: W 4-2 (WWLLWW) The best-of-seven series to decide the winner fell heavily in McKendree’s favor as Arkansas State failed to put together consecutive match play wins. After pulling the series to 3-2, the Red Wolves faltered and dropped the decisive game six, landing them in tomorrow’s elimination match against league opponent Sam Houston State. Day two of competition begins tomorrow at 9 a.m. CT with all matches streaming live at NCAA.com/live. Lynne Fishler VANDERBILT – Traditional: W 967-935 | Baker: W 1,036-983 193 Afternoon Session, 3 p.m.Match 11 – No. 4 Vanderbilt vs. Match 9 WinnerMatch 12 – No. 2 McKendree vs. Match 10 Winner Vanderbilt stormed back in the afternoon session with a 2-0 sweep of the top seed perennial powerhouse Nebraska while Arkansas State forced a best-of-seven baker set of its own against defending national champion McKendree. The Red Wolves fell 4-2 to the Bearcats and face Sam Houston State in an elimination match tomorrow morning. 171 237 SAM HOUSTON STATE – Traditional: W 1,007-986 | Baker: L 988-1,093 | Baker Best-of-Seven: L 2-4 (LLWWLL) Traditional Scores No. 1 Nebraska vs. No. 4 VanderbiltUp against the national top seed, Vanderbilt put up two huge performances to earn its second consecutive sweep of the tournament, downing the Cornhuskers 2-0. After falling narrowly behind in the opening traditional frames, the Commodores hit their stride and built a 719-673 advantage heading into the final two frames and an 805-772 edge entering the 10th. Vanderbilt held its own and took a 967-935 win into the baker total pinfall segment. 224 Tournament HomepageST. LOUIS, Mo. – All three competing Southland Bowling League teams survived day one at the 2018 NCAA National Collegiate Bowling Championship at Tropicana Lanes. Headlined by a second-round sweep of the top seed Nebraska Cornhuskers by No. 4 Vanderbilt, the No. 2 seed Arkansas State and No. 5 Sam Houston State also earned spots in day two’s competition. Morning Session 187 224 Sam Houston controlled the traditional match from the start, gradually increasing the lead to 496-413 after six frames and pushing out to 1,007-831 win. The Bearkats were led by an impressive 259 from anchor bowler Stephanie Zavala. 182 No. 2 McKendree vs. No. 3 Arkansas StateThe Red Wolves were unable to overcome a slow start to the traditional match, and despite three 200-plus games and three three-strike 10th frames, the defending national champion Bearcats survived the late run for a 1,009-1,005 win, putting A-State in a 1-0 hole. 235 Katie Stark Haley Richard 216 256 The Commodores needed a grueling best-of-seven baker series to earn the 2-1 win over league foe Sam Houston State while Arkansas State comfortably swept North Carolina A&T in the first round. 252 181 Jadee Scott-Jones 191 229 Vanderbilt opened up the best-of-seven portion with back-to-back wins before Sam Houston responded in kind to level the series 2-2. The Commodores stayed on point for the final two victories (201-181, 221-197) to take the 2-1 match victory, advancing to the afternoon matchup with top seed Nebraska. The Bearkats were sent to the elimination match against No. 8 Lincoln Memorial. Stephanie Zavala 238 246 203 Traditional Scores Arkansas State would narrowly drop the first game of the baker total pinfall set but stormed through the next four, capping the match with a nearly perfect fifth baker game which saw 10 consecutive strikes en route to a 288. The Red Wolves took a 1,133-886 win and a 2-0 sweep. 201 215 162 Traditional Scores Lynne Fishler No. 3 Arkansas State vs. No. 6 North Carolina A&TThe Red Wolves made short work of the No. 6 seed Aggies, led by three 200-plus outings in the traditional set from Taylor Davis (266), Leah Glazer (235) and Jordan Richard (234). Davis registered eight consecutive strikes before a nine-spare in the ninth frame spoiled the perfect run. A-State held full steam ahead, earning a 1,112-929 victory in the traditional set. Amber MacLeod Team Baker Scores Jordan Richard 203 The baker total pinfall ended just 33 points in favor of Sam Houston, but thanks to four straight 200-plus games to open the series, the Bearkats held on for a 1,053-1,030 win and a 2-0 sweep of the No. 8 seed. Team Baker Scores 148 203 Traditional Scores 143 266 DAY TWO MATCHUPS: 259 226 Kristin Quah 182 213 196 217 Team Baker Scores 234 224 288 Stephanie Zavala Afternoon Session 203 191 ARKANSAS STATE – Traditional: L 1,005-1,009 | Baker: 1,148-1,021 | Baker Best-of-Seven: L 2-4 (LWLLWL) Madysen Keller Madysen Keller Kristin Quah 201 Team Baker Scores Team Baker Scores Traditional Scores Vanderbilt earns a spot in tomorrow afternoon’s matchup with the winner of No. 3 Arkansas State and No. 5 Sam Houston State at 3 p.m. Jordan Newham 224 Jordan Newham 259 Traditional Scores Maria Bulanova Taylor Davis 235 224 157 No. 4 Vanderbilt vs. No. 5 Sam Houston StateThe first-round clash of Southland heavyweights did not disappoint as the match remained tightly contested from start to finish. The Commodores held a narrow 10-point lead after three frames before the Bearkats pulled ahead 437-419 after five. The score would remain close through the second half of the traditional set, with Sam Houston holding an 819-803 advantage heading into the final frame. Vanderbilt would pull ahead 931-928 as the final two bowlers stepped up, but an eight-open 10th frame from Katie Stark assured a 1,007-986 traditional victory for the No. 5 Bearkats. 197 Leah Glazer 166 Amber MacLeod 196 259 226 177 Nebraska put up two 200-plus games (203-157, 202-196) to jump out to an early lead before Vanderbilt responded with 224-222 and 256-201 wins to build a precarious 833-828 pinfall advantage as the two sides entered game five. The Commodores left nothing to chance, winning 203-155 to take a 1,036-983 win and a 2-0 sweep of the Huskers. 166 202 The Southland champions responded in the baker total pinfall series, building a massive 963-808 lead after four games. Despite a 213-183 misstep in game five, the Red Wolves tied the match at 1-1 (1,148-1,021). Leah Glazer Morning Session, 9 a.m.Match 9 – No. 3 Arkansas State vs. No. 5 Sam Houston StateMatch 10 – No. 1 Nebraska vs. No. 6 North Carolina A&T 177 Jordan Richard 181 183 No. 5 Sam Houston State vs. No. 8 Lincoln MemorialSam Houston State emphatically advanced through the first round of its elimination bracket, and despite a close baker total pinfall final, the Bearkats swept the Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters 2-0 to earn a spot in day two. Maria Bulanova Hayley Connelly SAM HOUSTON STATE – Traditional: W 1,007-831 | Baker: W 1,053-1,030 Samantha Gainor 203 A-State’s sweep earned them a spot in the second round against the defending national champion, No. 2 McKendree. Haley Richard ARKANSAS STATE – Traditional: W 1,112-929 | Baker: W 1,133-886 Hayley Connelly 193 248 Team Baker Scores 209 Jadee Scott-Jones Emily Rigney The two sides exchanged blows in the baker total pinfall segment, with the Bearkats winning game one 171-162 and the Commodores returning with a 246-187 victory in game two. The Commodores’ 408-358 lead after two games proved too much as the teams exchanged victories again before a 226-191 win for Vanderbilt earned them a 1,093-988 win, forcing a best-of-seven baker set. 246 Katie Stark 174 191
The Player of the Year earned the academic accolade posting a 3.71 GPA as a public health major. Alberto finished second at the 2018 Southland Conference Women’s Golf Tournament in Montgomery, Texas, after winning three regular season tournaments as a sophomore. She led the Southland in scoring average per round at 72.73. First Team Central Arkansas and Lamar each picked up two spots. Emma Svensson and Fernanda Lira each earned automatic selections to the first team for the Bears after a season which saw the duo claim spots in the NCAA Tournament; the first time UCA has sent two individuals to the tournament. Lamar’s Elodie Chapelet is an automatic selection to the first team with a 3.38 GPA in general business while teammate Olivia Le Roux secured her third all-academic selection, maintaining a 4.00 GPA studying biology. Hanna Alberto*^ So. Sam Houston State Kingwood, Texas Public Health 3.71 Hannah Valentine Sr. McNeese Huntsville, Texas Molecular Biology 3.97 Name Class School Hometown Major GPA The All-Academic teams are voted on by a head coach, sports information director and academic/compliance staff member from each Southland Conference institution. Student-athletes must possess a 3.0 cumulative GPA, have completed one full academic year at the nominating institution and participated in at least 50 percent of the team’s competition to qualify for All-Academic selection. Nominees who were also named to the All-Conference First Team or CoSIDA Academic All-District team are automatically named Southland All-Academic. Kaity Cummings* Jr. Houston Baptist Waco, Texas Kinesiology 3.70 Student-Athlete of the Year: Hanna Alberto, Sam Houston State FRISCO, Texas – Hanna Alberto of Sam Houston State is the 2017-18 Women’s Golf Student-Athlete of the Year, the league announced Monday with its all-academic teams. All yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition. 2017-18 Southland Women’s Golf All-Academic Team She is one of two Bearkats named to the all-academic teams. Junior Jenna Phillips is a second-team selection with a 4.00 GPA in marketing. Emma Svensson*2 Jr. Central Arkansas Halmstad, Sweden Management 3.35 Alisa Chong So. Houston Baptist Carrolton, Texas Kinesiology 3.56 The Southland Conference awards committee, which consists of one administrator from each of the 13 member schools, votes for the student-athlete of the year. The Southland student-athlete of the year award is presented to one student-athlete who achieves excellence in both academics and athletics. All nominees must have earned at least a 3.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale, and demonstrated athletics achievement for at least two years at the nominating institution. Second Team Elodie Chapelet* So. Lamar Souraide, France General Business 3.38 Fernanda Lira* Sr. Central Arkansas Mexico City, Mexico Marketing 3.37 Jenna Phillips Jr. Sam Houston State Trophy Club, Texas Marketing 4.00 Olivia Le Roux3 Sr. Lamar Brackenfell, South Africa Biology 4.00 McNeese’s Hannah Valentine was voted to the second team with a 3.97 GPA in molecular biology. Lexi Brooks2 Jr. Houston Baptist Kingwood, Texas Nursing 3.60 The 2018 Southland Conference champion, Houston Baptist, leads all Southland schools in number of picks with three. Junior Kaity Cummings, who finished first at the Southland tournament in a record-breaking performance, is an automatic selection to the first team with a 3.70 GPA in kinesiology. Teammates Lexi Brooks and Alisa Chong each were voted to the second team. Name Class School Hometown Major GPA * 2017-18 First Team All-Conference Selection^ 2017-18 Player of the Year2 Two-time All-Academic selection3 Three-time All-Academic selection
FRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian’s Jonathan Sheehy and Jordan Henry are the Southland Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Players of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank.Sheehy was a perfect 4-0 in singles play and earned two doubles wins on the Wildcats’ (5-3) Oklahoma trip, which saw wins over Oklahoma Baptist, Oral Roberts and Omaha before falling to No. 25 Tulsa to close out the weekend. Henry was the lone Wildcat to win all her singles matches, notching a trio of victories as ACU (1-4) dropped matches to New Mexico and UTSA before ending the weekend on the right foot with a win over Cameron.The ACU men return home to host Trinity and Tyler Junior College on Saturday at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., respectively, while the women are idle until a trip to Colorado Springs to face Colorado State-Pueblo, Air Force and Montana.Men’s Tennis Player of the Week – Jonathan Sheehy – Jr. – Arlington, TexasSheehy began the weekend with a top-line victory over Oklahoma Baptist’s Kevin Andrusch and dropped only one of his first six sets before allowing Tulsa’s Joshua Goodger to take the opening set 6-1. Sheehy went on to claim the final two frames 7-5 and 7-6 (7-4) to remain perfect on the week.One of his two doubles victories came against Oral Roberts alongside older brother Josh, who was honored as the Southland Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Week on Jan. 23.Honorable Mention: Axel Vila Antuna, Lamar; Caleb Dyer, Incarnate Word; William Mottet, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.Women’s Tennis Player of the Week – Jordan Henry – Sr. – Oklahoma CityHenry improved to 4-3 in 2019 with three wins over the weekend. She came out on top of six of her seven sets played, needing a comeback effort against UTSA after losing the first set 6-3. She swept Cameron’s Pilar Juarena 6-1, 6-1 in the No. 5 slot to close the weekend as ACU won five of six singles competitions against the Aggies. Honorable Mention: Jasmin Buchta, Lamar; Carolina Bulatovic, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Armelle Cerdan, Stephen F. Austin.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on at least 25 percent of ballots.
SANTA ANITA’S ONE MILE MAIN TRACK TO REOPEN FOR TRAINING MONDAY AT 5 A.M.; TRACK TO BE AVAILABLE TO JOGGERS & GALLOPERS ONLY, WORKOUTS EXPECTED TO RESUME IN THE COMING DAYS ARCADIA, Calif. (March 9, 2019)–Santa Anita’s one mile main track will reopen for limited training Monday morning at 5 a.m. Closed for training and racing since this past Tuesday, training will be restricted to joggers and gallopers on Monday. Three renovation breaks will be taken as regularly scheduled. These breaks will be from 6 a.m. to 6:30 a.m., from 7:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m., and from 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.“Over the past four days, we’ve been able to do a great deal in terms of amending the soil and inspecting it,” said California-based trackman Dennis Moore, who has been charged with heading a group of track maintenance personnel that includes third-party experts investigating Santa Anita’s main track. This group also includes representatives of the California Horse Racing Board.Moore, who has 46 years of experience maintaining tracks in California and around the world, has been conducting extensive visual inspections of the one mile oval, as well as analyzing soil samples and test data generated by Dr. Mick Peterson, a third party consultant who serves as the director of the University of Kentucky’s Agricultural Equine Program and is a professor of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.“I think the most important thing with this track right now is that we closely monitor compaction levels,” said Moore. “With all the rain, and this is the case in any wet winter, the ‘fines,’ silt and sand, can change very quickly and that affects the clays as well. Compaction, as well as dilution, of silt and sand, are all factors in the overall composition of the soil.“More specifically, it’s been very helpful that we have not had any significant rain since this past Wednesday. We’ve been able to harrow, roto-till and aerate the soil throughout each day in order to get a uniform track profile and that’s helped Mick in his efforts. With all of this, the objective is to get the ideal composition throughout our six inch cushion.”Peterson’s primary focus has been conducting testing that simulates the force and speed generated by the leading forelimb of a Thoroughbred running at full speed. Utilizing what’s called an Orono Biomechanical Surface Tester, Peterson has gathered data that quantifies firmness, cushioning, grip and consistency from locations throughout the one mile surface.“We’ve reviewed Mick’s research and it clearly indicates our cushion is right where it needs to be,” said Moore. “We also acknowledge that things can happen even under perfect circumstances, but from everything we’ve been able to learn, this track is in outstanding condition and it’s ready for training.”Santa Anita’s main track is expected to reopen to horses breezing for the purpose of receiving official workout times in the coming days. Pending further testing and analysis of morning training, Santa Anita is expected to reopen for racing in the coming weeks.Santa Anita Park announced new protocols yesterday with regard to training and racing, and these measures will be in-place Monday and in the days and weeks to come.For additional information, please call (626) 574-RACE.
EVERYBODY loves a free transfer.But what if you could create an entire starting XI out of potential free agents?2That’s exactly what we’ve done at SunSport, bringing you not one but TWO starting XIs made up entirely of players who are currently out of contract at the end of the season.There are some huge names involved, and we reckon both these sides would have a great shot at the Premier League title.Let’s take a look at these two juggernauts then…1st XI (4-3-3):GK: JOE HART (English, 32, Burnley)RB: THOMAS MEUNIER (Belgian, 28, PSG)CB: TOBY ALDERWEIRELD (Belgian, 30, Spurs)CB: JAN VERTONGHEN (Belgian, 32, Spurs)LB: LAYVIN KURZAWA (French, 27, PSG)CM: CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN (Danish, 27, Spurs)CM: LUKA MODRIC (Croatian, 34, Real Madrid)CM: DAVID SILVA (Spanish, 33, Man City)RW: WILLIAN (Brazilian, 31, Chelsea)ST: EDINSON CAVANI (Uruguayan, 32, PSG)LW: PEDRO (Spanish, 32, Chelsea)LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Chelsea, Palace vs Leicester and Spurs scores this coming weekend and win £100VERDICT:A SOLID looking team for sure.Cavani would be a great outlet through the middle, surely guaranteeing at least 20 goals a season.While Willian and Pedro would provide ample support up and down the wings.Modric’s age makes him ideal for a holding midfield position.And his passes would look magical alongside the technical prowess of both Silva and Eriksen.In defence, Meunier and Kurzawa are good runners while Alderweireld and Vertonghen are still regarded as top centre-backs.Goalkeeper Hart may be a cause for concern, but the rest of the team is so good he may not even see much action each match.2nd XI (4-3-3):2GK: CLAUDIO BRAVO (Chilean, 36, Man City)RB: NATHANIEL CLYNE (England, 28, Liverpool)CB: ERIC BAILLY (Ivorian, 25, Man Utd)CB: GIORGIO CHIELLINI (Italian, 35, Juventus)LB: JAMES MILNER (English, 33, Liverpool)CM: MARIO GOTZE (German, 27, Borussia Dortmund)CM: NEMANJA MATIC (Serbian, 31, Man Utd)CM: BLAISE MATUIDI (French, 32, Juventus)RW: JOSE CALLEJON (Spanish, 32, Napoli)ST: DRIES MERTENS (Belgian, 32, Napoli)LW: RYAN FRASER (Scottish, 25, Bournemouth)VERDICT:ANOTHER good side – but certainly weaker in midfield at least.The forward line is formidable, with Callejon and Mertens well accustomed to each other.While Fraser has the potential to become a top winger at the right club.Bailly and Chilellini is as powerful a defensive partnership as they come.While Clyne and Milner are still more than capable of holding their own in the full-back positions.Most Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubHowever, Bravo is certainly seen better days and may need looking at sooner rather than later.But it’s midfield where this team falls short, with Matic no longer the player he once was.The same can be said of Gotze, despite his age, although Matuidi remains a top-class shuttler.Mauro Icardi’s model wife Wanda looks amazing as she takes part in some seriously sexy shoots
The Olympic qualifier in men’s soccer between Fiji and Vanuatu at the Sir Hubert Murray stadium has gone into extra time.Both teams are locked at nil all. There will be 15 minutes of extra time each way.If there is still no winner, penalty shoot outs will be taken.First half of extra time finished, still nil all.
This weekend sees a match between the third placed Hunters and the thirteenth placed Cutters, you would be not risking the house on the home side and yet the same could have been said about the weekend before.However, the Hunters are looking to bounce back as they gear up with a strong side to crunch the Cutters at their home soil.During their last meet in the previous seasons Mackay drew with the Hunters 28-28 and in the other season PNG beat MacKay by 2 points 26-24.For tomorrow, the Cutters are hoping some home crowd assistance will get them home after a slow start to the season as they host the PNG Hunters for the Round 5 game on Saturday 6:05pm at the BB Print Stadium Mackay.The PNG Hunters name their side as; 1. Stargroth Amean 2. Oti Tony (Bland Abavu) 3. Noel Zeming (c) 4. Adex Wera 5. William Aquila 6. Watson Boas 7. Wartovo Puara 8. Henry Noki 9. Warren Glare 10. Esau Siune 11. Nickson Borana 12. Tuvi Lepan 13. Brandy Peter 14. Ishamel Baikawa 15. Enock Maki 16. Philimon Kimisive 17. Edward Goma 18. Benjamin Hetra and Coach: Michael Marum.
As decisive as a nine. Or more, according to the seen. Oblak yesterday received the Koke captain’s armband that was reluctant in inheritance and the Slovenian showed that the Vallecano’s order is not great for him. The hug in the bowels of King Abdullah with Simeone was eloquent. Almost as much as the congratulations he received from the players of Barcelona, Messi, among them. And it is that the Slovenian goalkeeper was the buoy that Atlético embraced and then starred in an act of faith registered trademark of the Simeone team.But first it was Oblak who looked Messi and company in the eye. It fit, yes, but his anthological aggrantation not only kept Atlético in the semifinal race but also collaborated to unsettle Barcelona. Bardhi’s two hands a few days ago were still fresh before the Slovenian began his recital. And that Suarez left a little money with his hip at a quarter of an hour. It had to be taken care of. In the 22 ’he shone before Messi, who finished off at close range. He pulled out his leg to avoid the first. Oblak, the most profitable player.At Atlético they are celebrated like any Morata or Correa goal. And it maintains its status as a more regular player of the team during the last seasons. In addition, there is little doubt that it will be the most profitable signing in the history of the club. It barely cost 16 million and its market value is already at 100 million. Together with the games and the points that have allowed to win. As in Arabia. Griezmann got off an Atletico that Oblak has been defending on fire without giving importance. He almost prefers to talk about the confidence he has in a player who has not yet participated as Saponjic and who arrived like him without making any noise, than the pools of the prizes that are denied. Of course, leaving behind a recital of heritage stops and humanity. Solvent, as always, picking up centers, in 39’ he showed his knowledge of Griezmann. He denied the goal in a very quick exit to leave him with no time or space to locate the shot or to attempt dribbling. In a row, he rightly covered a top shot from Suarez. In the second half he kept the guy, after Messi’s tie. By then Barcelona was already a gale. The Argentine tested him in 55 ‘, with a focused shot and Oblak did not flinch. He pulled placement. Then he closed the Griezmann door again, guessing the petroleum jelly he was trying. They were minutes of suffering and the onslaught of one of the most scoring strikers in the world was slowed in the hands of the Slovenian. JESUS ALVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19 / 20Oblak took this hand by hand from Griezmann.JESUS ALVAREZ ORIHUELA (DIARIO AS) Even fitting conveyed fight will to Barcelona. Griezmann managed to overcome him in 62 ’, by picking up the rebound in the small area after the poster that Oblak made to Suarez in a powerful header. In 66 ‘he repeated to the Uruguayan with a very good hand down. The charrúa seemed to identify the last focus of resistance and maintained two more encounters with the goalkeeper, coming to fear for his physical condition. Something that relieved Simeone himself who claimed protection for his goalkeeper. Oblak and Atlético came from giving in to Barcelona in the Metrolitano for a genius of Messi, but this time it was the goal that sat at his table to tip the duel in favor of rojiblanco. In case there are doubts, it was his game with more stops in the current season.
The Mirandés Try to write a new copera deed. The set of Iraola will look faces in Anduva before the almighty Seville, who traveled with all his artillery ready. Hispanics do not trust a lower-ranking rival in one of their favorite competitions (follow the match live on As.com).The reddish fief will wear his best galas to take his team on wings in search of the quarterfinals. The small details will be key in an appointment in which the local squad wants to show its best version of the game. The Canary goalkeeper Raul Lizoain, last incorporation, could debut under sticks; while less common players in the lineups like González, Kijera, Peña and Matheus They have all the ballots to jump from start to the grass. With everything. Lopetegui It is clear: do not reserve anyone. The only ones left in Andalusian lands are the injured. From Jong is on a roll, has scored in the last two games of League and against him I raised in Cup. From the signing of In Nesyri, the Dutch striker has put the batteries in attack and is performing at a higher level.The central Diego Carlos it seems fixed in the defense since it is sanctioned for the next league commitment. Other names like Escudero, Navas, Banega, Munir or Vázquez They are in the call which clearly demonstrates that Sevilla is taking the KO tournament very seriously since the first qualifier.
LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 13, 2020 Not surprisingly, that football that sometimes grants second chances could have brought together in January the reunion between the two, when the Hispanics were looking forward and had 20 million, just what Benfica asked for RdT. But Espanyol had anticipated, convincing him and the Lisbon club since mid-December, so those of Lopetegui ended up opting for Youssef En Nesyri for that same amount. Lopetegui numbers are not right. Not now, not last season. Until the dismissal of the coach at the head of Real Madrid, after the tenth day, only Karim Benzema had more goals (four) than the three of Thomas He had already harvested in the Rayo, where he would end up with 14 goals, the same ones that all the white team wore when the club turned to Santiago Solari to relieve him.“Benzema is Benzema and I am Raúl de Tomás, we are completely different“, the last season the perico striker resolved, fleeing (rather, showing his tiredness) from comparisons. Until August 24, 2018, very close to the end of the summer market, no Raúl de Tomás left Real Madrid’s discipline. His nth transfer, but not any one. And not because it would be the last one before being transferred a year later to Benfica, since he did not know it. But because the white coach did count on him. It was Julen Lopetegui.“I could have been there, Lopetegui wanted me to stay“, revealed the striker in January 2019. And added:”But I didn’t want my function to be just sitting all year“And hence he agreed to return to Rayo Vallecano, with which unlike Real Madrid he did make his debut in Primera. Now the player and coach faces will be seen, but with the equipment changed. Tomás, counting goals for matches at Espanyol. And Lopetegui, surfing a crisis of results in Seville. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 13, 2020 And this season, with the great caveat that there are still 15 games left to play, time is also proving RdT. He has four goals in as many days, as many as the ‘pichichi’ of his country, Luuk de Jong, throughout the season. For its part, In Nesyri has a loner both in Seville, yes, last day against Celta. And without forgetting that even in Leganés he stabbed Espanyol on December 22, with the 2-0 that meant the dismissal of Pablo Machín, a Sevilla coach a year ago.