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Very little is settled aside from Wolves automatic promotion to the Premier League.
Very little is settled aside from Wolves automatic promotion to the Premier League.
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Very little is settled aside from Wolves automatic promotion to the Premier League.
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Stoke City have cancelled their Player of the Year awards after a troubled season fighting against relegation to the Championship. With Stoke struggling in the bottom three, the club has taken the decision to abandon the annual black-tie event as they believe it would be “inappropriate”. It is understood the decision was made earlier this month by Stoke’s hierarchy and has been backed by manager Paul Lambert and his coaching staff. Stoke are four points adrift of safety with only three games left to extend their ten-year stay in the Premier League. Lambert’s team face Champions League semi-finalists Liverpool on Saturday in search of their first victory since January 20. Ryan Shawcross, the captain, has insisted there remains hope of a miraculous escape. Paul Lambert reacts after the 1-1 draw with West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If there are players that give up, they won’t be playing. Football’s a strange sport and it throws up these surprises so hopefully we can do one,” he said. “Liverpool have had a few upsets at Anfield so hopefully we can capitalise on them. Obviously they’ve got two massive games in the Champions League, we’re sandwiched in between that so hopefully their focus is away from our game. “We’ve got to win all three games. It’s difficult but it’s not mathematically impossible yet so we can on fighting and we carry on hoping to pick up those three points. It’s going to be very hard but that’s football, you never know what happens.”
Stoke cancel 'inappropriate' end-of-season awards as relegation looms
Stoke City have cancelled their Player of the Year awards after a troubled season fighting against relegation to the Championship. With Stoke struggling in the bottom three, the club has taken the decision to abandon the annual black-tie event as they believe it would be “inappropriate”. It is understood the decision was made earlier this month by Stoke’s hierarchy and has been backed by manager Paul Lambert and his coaching staff. Stoke are four points adrift of safety with only three games left to extend their ten-year stay in the Premier League. Lambert’s team face Champions League semi-finalists Liverpool on Saturday in search of their first victory since January 20. Ryan Shawcross, the captain, has insisted there remains hope of a miraculous escape. Paul Lambert reacts after the 1-1 draw with West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If there are players that give up, they won’t be playing. Football’s a strange sport and it throws up these surprises so hopefully we can do one,” he said. “Liverpool have had a few upsets at Anfield so hopefully we can capitalise on them. Obviously they’ve got two massive games in the Champions League, we’re sandwiched in between that so hopefully their focus is away from our game. “We’ve got to win all three games. It’s difficult but it’s not mathematically impossible yet so we can on fighting and we carry on hoping to pick up those three points. It’s going to be very hard but that’s football, you never know what happens.”
Stoke City have cancelled their Player of the Year awards after a troubled season fighting against relegation to the Championship. With Stoke struggling in the bottom three, the club has taken the decision to abandon the annual black-tie event as they believe it would be “inappropriate”. It is understood the decision was made earlier this month by Stoke’s hierarchy and has been backed by manager Paul Lambert and his coaching staff. Stoke are four points adrift of safety with only three games left to extend their ten-year stay in the Premier League. Lambert’s team face Champions League semi-finalists Liverpool on Saturday in search of their first victory since January 20. Ryan Shawcross, the captain, has insisted there remains hope of a miraculous escape. Paul Lambert reacts after the 1-1 draw with West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If there are players that give up, they won’t be playing. Football’s a strange sport and it throws up these surprises so hopefully we can do one,” he said. “Liverpool have had a few upsets at Anfield so hopefully we can capitalise on them. Obviously they’ve got two massive games in the Champions League, we’re sandwiched in between that so hopefully their focus is away from our game. “We’ve got to win all three games. It’s difficult but it’s not mathematically impossible yet so we can on fighting and we carry on hoping to pick up those three points. It’s going to be very hard but that’s football, you never know what happens.”
Stoke cancel 'inappropriate' end-of-season awards as relegation looms
Stoke City have cancelled their Player of the Year awards after a troubled season fighting against relegation to the Championship. With Stoke struggling in the bottom three, the club has taken the decision to abandon the annual black-tie event as they believe it would be “inappropriate”. It is understood the decision was made earlier this month by Stoke’s hierarchy and has been backed by manager Paul Lambert and his coaching staff. Stoke are four points adrift of safety with only three games left to extend their ten-year stay in the Premier League. Lambert’s team face Champions League semi-finalists Liverpool on Saturday in search of their first victory since January 20. Ryan Shawcross, the captain, has insisted there remains hope of a miraculous escape. Paul Lambert reacts after the 1-1 draw with West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If there are players that give up, they won’t be playing. Football’s a strange sport and it throws up these surprises so hopefully we can do one,” he said. “Liverpool have had a few upsets at Anfield so hopefully we can capitalise on them. Obviously they’ve got two massive games in the Champions League, we’re sandwiched in between that so hopefully their focus is away from our game. “We’ve got to win all three games. It’s difficult but it’s not mathematically impossible yet so we can on fighting and we carry on hoping to pick up those three points. It’s going to be very hard but that’s football, you never know what happens.”
Promotion number eight will have to wait for Neil Warnock, after the immutable law of the ex. Warnock’s hopes of securing a Premier League return are still hanging in the balance after a ­dramatic Derby County turnaround ensured the scramble for automatic promotion is set for the final day. Cardiff City old boy Cameron ­Jerome scored twice, while a goal from substitute Matej Vydra breathed fresh life into Derby’s ­previously sagging play-off bid to increase Warnock’s frustration over the original postponement. Five weeks ago this game was called off due to overnight snow but it was Derby who put the skids on Cardiff with a defiant response. Cardiff could still secure a top-two finish this weekend if they beat Hull City and rivals Fulham suffer a defeat against Sunderland, but the chase now seems certain to be a nail-biting experience. Cardiff are a point above Fulham with two games left. This was only Derby’s third win in 14 games, but lifted them above Millwall into the final play-off place. Warnock said: “We’ve got to ­regroup and go again. We’ve got to win at Hull and beat Reading, we’d have settled for that on July 15 when we started pre-season. “It’s exciting isn’t it? It was ­always going to the wire. It’s disappointing for us, they were Sunday league goals for us to concede and the players are flat. “You’d think Derby had won the World Cup at the final whistle. I can’t blame the weather and I’m pleased they managed to get a full team out this time.” Warnock reacts as his team loses to Derby County Credit: GETTY IMAGES Relations between Warnock and Derby’s Gary Rowett have become frosty after the initial fixture was controversially postponed last month. Warnock, a master of conspiracy theories, branded the decision a “disgrace” and hinted darkly that Derby wanted the game called off due to a lengthy injury list. The stakes in this rearranged game were huge and Cardiff took the lead after the 28th minute through a spectacular volley from Callum Paterson. Derby were nervy in the first half, Pride Park an arena of anxiety, and there was no hint of what was to follow. Yet they were vastly ­improved in the second half, and it was Jerome – who scored 27 goals between 2004-2006 for Cardiff – who pinched the equaliser after the 68th minute. Cardiff failed to adequately clear a corner and Richard Keogh headed the ball back into the area, with ­Jerome holding off Morrison to slide the ball past Neil Etheridge. Vydra put the game beyond the visitors nine minutes from time with an emphatic finish, his 20th of the season, before Jerome added a third in added time. Rowett said: “There are no ­second chances for us and we had to lay it all out on the pitch. “The players have shown ­tremendous character and it’s now in our own hands again. We’ve got Aston Villa on Saturday and then Barnsley who will be fighting for their lives, which is why we all love this division.” Teams Derby County (3-6-1) Carson; Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Wisdom, Huddlestone, Johnson, Lawrence (Hanson 88), Olsson (Vydra 60), Weimann (Pearce 88); Jerome. Subs Roos (g), Palmer, Nugent, Ledley. Cardiff City (4-4-2) Etheridge; Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Bamba, Bennett; Paterson, Gunnarsson, Ralls, Ward (Wildschut 74); Hoilett (Pilkington 74), Madine (Zohore 67). Subs Murphy (g), Peltier, Mendez-Laing, Grujic. Booked Paterson, Manga, Bennett, Ralls Referee Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire).
Neil Warnock's wait for promotion continues as Derby County fight back to beat Cardiff
Promotion number eight will have to wait for Neil Warnock, after the immutable law of the ex. Warnock’s hopes of securing a Premier League return are still hanging in the balance after a ­dramatic Derby County turnaround ensured the scramble for automatic promotion is set for the final day. Cardiff City old boy Cameron ­Jerome scored twice, while a goal from substitute Matej Vydra breathed fresh life into Derby’s ­previously sagging play-off bid to increase Warnock’s frustration over the original postponement. Five weeks ago this game was called off due to overnight snow but it was Derby who put the skids on Cardiff with a defiant response. Cardiff could still secure a top-two finish this weekend if they beat Hull City and rivals Fulham suffer a defeat against Sunderland, but the chase now seems certain to be a nail-biting experience. Cardiff are a point above Fulham with two games left. This was only Derby’s third win in 14 games, but lifted them above Millwall into the final play-off place. Warnock said: “We’ve got to ­regroup and go again. We’ve got to win at Hull and beat Reading, we’d have settled for that on July 15 when we started pre-season. “It’s exciting isn’t it? It was ­always going to the wire. It’s disappointing for us, they were Sunday league goals for us to concede and the players are flat. “You’d think Derby had won the World Cup at the final whistle. I can’t blame the weather and I’m pleased they managed to get a full team out this time.” Warnock reacts as his team loses to Derby County Credit: GETTY IMAGES Relations between Warnock and Derby’s Gary Rowett have become frosty after the initial fixture was controversially postponed last month. Warnock, a master of conspiracy theories, branded the decision a “disgrace” and hinted darkly that Derby wanted the game called off due to a lengthy injury list. The stakes in this rearranged game were huge and Cardiff took the lead after the 28th minute through a spectacular volley from Callum Paterson. Derby were nervy in the first half, Pride Park an arena of anxiety, and there was no hint of what was to follow. Yet they were vastly ­improved in the second half, and it was Jerome – who scored 27 goals between 2004-2006 for Cardiff – who pinched the equaliser after the 68th minute. Cardiff failed to adequately clear a corner and Richard Keogh headed the ball back into the area, with ­Jerome holding off Morrison to slide the ball past Neil Etheridge. Vydra put the game beyond the visitors nine minutes from time with an emphatic finish, his 20th of the season, before Jerome added a third in added time. Rowett said: “There are no ­second chances for us and we had to lay it all out on the pitch. “The players have shown ­tremendous character and it’s now in our own hands again. We’ve got Aston Villa on Saturday and then Barnsley who will be fighting for their lives, which is why we all love this division.” Teams Derby County (3-6-1) Carson; Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Wisdom, Huddlestone, Johnson, Lawrence (Hanson 88), Olsson (Vydra 60), Weimann (Pearce 88); Jerome. Subs Roos (g), Palmer, Nugent, Ledley. Cardiff City (4-4-2) Etheridge; Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Bamba, Bennett; Paterson, Gunnarsson, Ralls, Ward (Wildschut 74); Hoilett (Pilkington 74), Madine (Zohore 67). Subs Murphy (g), Peltier, Mendez-Laing, Grujic. Booked Paterson, Manga, Bennett, Ralls Referee Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire).
Promotion number eight will have to wait for Neil Warnock, after the immutable law of the ex. Warnock’s hopes of securing a Premier League return are still hanging in the balance after a ­dramatic Derby County turnaround ensured the scramble for automatic promotion is set for the final day. Cardiff City old boy Cameron ­Jerome scored twice, while a goal from substitute Matej Vydra breathed fresh life into Derby’s ­previously sagging play-off bid to increase Warnock’s frustration over the original postponement. Five weeks ago this game was called off due to overnight snow but it was Derby who put the skids on Cardiff with a defiant response. Cardiff could still secure a top-two finish this weekend if they beat Hull City and rivals Fulham suffer a defeat against Sunderland, but the chase now seems certain to be a nail-biting experience. Cardiff are a point above Fulham with two games left. This was only Derby’s third win in 14 games, but lifted them above Millwall into the final play-off place. Warnock said: “We’ve got to ­regroup and go again. We’ve got to win at Hull and beat Reading, we’d have settled for that on July 15 when we started pre-season. “It’s exciting isn’t it? It was ­always going to the wire. It’s disappointing for us, they were Sunday league goals for us to concede and the players are flat. “You’d think Derby had won the World Cup at the final whistle. I can’t blame the weather and I’m pleased they managed to get a full team out this time.” Warnock reacts as his team loses to Derby County Credit: GETTY IMAGES Relations between Warnock and Derby’s Gary Rowett have become frosty after the initial fixture was controversially postponed last month. Warnock, a master of conspiracy theories, branded the decision a “disgrace” and hinted darkly that Derby wanted the game called off due to a lengthy injury list. The stakes in this rearranged game were huge and Cardiff took the lead after the 28th minute through a spectacular volley from Callum Paterson. Derby were nervy in the first half, Pride Park an arena of anxiety, and there was no hint of what was to follow. Yet they were vastly ­improved in the second half, and it was Jerome – who scored 27 goals between 2004-2006 for Cardiff – who pinched the equaliser after the 68th minute. Cardiff failed to adequately clear a corner and Richard Keogh headed the ball back into the area, with ­Jerome holding off Morrison to slide the ball past Neil Etheridge. Vydra put the game beyond the visitors nine minutes from time with an emphatic finish, his 20th of the season, before Jerome added a third in added time. Rowett said: “There are no ­second chances for us and we had to lay it all out on the pitch. “The players have shown ­tremendous character and it’s now in our own hands again. We’ve got Aston Villa on Saturday and then Barnsley who will be fighting for their lives, which is why we all love this division.” Teams Derby County (3-6-1) Carson; Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Wisdom, Huddlestone, Johnson, Lawrence (Hanson 88), Olsson (Vydra 60), Weimann (Pearce 88); Jerome. Subs Roos (g), Palmer, Nugent, Ledley. Cardiff City (4-4-2) Etheridge; Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Bamba, Bennett; Paterson, Gunnarsson, Ralls, Ward (Wildschut 74); Hoilett (Pilkington 74), Madine (Zohore 67). Subs Murphy (g), Peltier, Mendez-Laing, Grujic. Booked Paterson, Manga, Bennett, Ralls Referee Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire).
Neil Warnock's wait for promotion continues as Derby County fight back to beat Cardiff
Promotion number eight will have to wait for Neil Warnock, after the immutable law of the ex. Warnock’s hopes of securing a Premier League return are still hanging in the balance after a ­dramatic Derby County turnaround ensured the scramble for automatic promotion is set for the final day. Cardiff City old boy Cameron ­Jerome scored twice, while a goal from substitute Matej Vydra breathed fresh life into Derby’s ­previously sagging play-off bid to increase Warnock’s frustration over the original postponement. Five weeks ago this game was called off due to overnight snow but it was Derby who put the skids on Cardiff with a defiant response. Cardiff could still secure a top-two finish this weekend if they beat Hull City and rivals Fulham suffer a defeat against Sunderland, but the chase now seems certain to be a nail-biting experience. Cardiff are a point above Fulham with two games left. This was only Derby’s third win in 14 games, but lifted them above Millwall into the final play-off place. Warnock said: “We’ve got to ­regroup and go again. We’ve got to win at Hull and beat Reading, we’d have settled for that on July 15 when we started pre-season. “It’s exciting isn’t it? It was ­always going to the wire. It’s disappointing for us, they were Sunday league goals for us to concede and the players are flat. “You’d think Derby had won the World Cup at the final whistle. I can’t blame the weather and I’m pleased they managed to get a full team out this time.” Warnock reacts as his team loses to Derby County Credit: GETTY IMAGES Relations between Warnock and Derby’s Gary Rowett have become frosty after the initial fixture was controversially postponed last month. Warnock, a master of conspiracy theories, branded the decision a “disgrace” and hinted darkly that Derby wanted the game called off due to a lengthy injury list. The stakes in this rearranged game were huge and Cardiff took the lead after the 28th minute through a spectacular volley from Callum Paterson. Derby were nervy in the first half, Pride Park an arena of anxiety, and there was no hint of what was to follow. Yet they were vastly ­improved in the second half, and it was Jerome – who scored 27 goals between 2004-2006 for Cardiff – who pinched the equaliser after the 68th minute. Cardiff failed to adequately clear a corner and Richard Keogh headed the ball back into the area, with ­Jerome holding off Morrison to slide the ball past Neil Etheridge. Vydra put the game beyond the visitors nine minutes from time with an emphatic finish, his 20th of the season, before Jerome added a third in added time. Rowett said: “There are no ­second chances for us and we had to lay it all out on the pitch. “The players have shown ­tremendous character and it’s now in our own hands again. We’ve got Aston Villa on Saturday and then Barnsley who will be fighting for their lives, which is why we all love this division.” Teams Derby County (3-6-1) Carson; Keogh, Davies, Forsyth; Wisdom, Huddlestone, Johnson, Lawrence (Hanson 88), Olsson (Vydra 60), Weimann (Pearce 88); Jerome. Subs Roos (g), Palmer, Nugent, Ledley. Cardiff City (4-4-2) Etheridge; Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Bamba, Bennett; Paterson, Gunnarsson, Ralls, Ward (Wildschut 74); Hoilett (Pilkington 74), Madine (Zohore 67). Subs Murphy (g), Peltier, Mendez-Laing, Grujic. Booked Paterson, Manga, Bennett, Ralls Referee Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire).
These great Anfield nights work best when Liverpool have a star they can show off to the world, to leave the rest of the industry jealous. That player is Mohamed Salah, whose first goal in a 5-2 jamboree stunned the audience with its suddenness and beauty. The goals you never forget are the ones followed by a moment of incredulity. So it was when Salah stopped and paused just inside the Roma penalty box, looked up and curled a shot at a target about the size of a shoebox. In classic world-class-player style, Salah pretty much decided to score. The Anfield crowd were not contemplative for long. Soon, an engulfing storm of noise crashed round the stands and his name was chanted with thunderous intensity. Jurgen Klopp called it a “genius strike”. In a thrilling but not quite conclusive win, Salah was sensational. He can thank the left side of Roma’s defence for playing one-on-one against him (Nunes Juan Jesus was dreadful); but in this form it would have taken half a dozen Roman centurions to stop him. Only when he left the field with 15 minutes left did the Serie A team recover their faculties, with two late goals that gave them hope of repeating their comeback against Barcelona in the previous round. The build-up to this game featured much nostalgia about Rome in 1984 and Liverpool’s five European Cup wins. Those victories were supreme collective efforts, but also featured great individuals. There is a long way to go before Klopp’s team can join those European champions of the Seventies and Eighties but they have a player deserving of comparison with the club’s finest sons. liverpool roma grid With Salah’s two first-half goals against a Roma side whose prior knowledge of him was no use whatsoever, you could feel the PFA Player of the Year easing into the company of Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard. He would need to stick around a while and maintain these standards to become true Anfield royalty, but his form this year has been spectacular, and his first-half brace spoke of a player without limits at this level. Salah needed no new storylines, but trying to knock his old club out of the Champions League was a fresh plot for the man whose name is cheered at double-volume by the Anfield crowd. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES Not that the role of slayer sat comfortably with him. For both his goals he raised his palms to spurn the usual celebration. Scoring twice in the first half of a Champions League semi-final first leg entitles the author to rejoice in any way imaginable. Salah, though, had scored twice in front of the Roma fans, and adopted the apologetic pose of someone embarrassed about the pain they were inflicting. His first was that sweetly curled, neatly aimed lifter-and-dipper from right to left into the corner of Alisson Becker’s net: the kind of big Champions League goal that reverberates around the world. Liverpool 2 - 0 Roma (Mohamed Salah, 45 min) The second was another of his specialities: the dink over the onrushing keeper after a dash through the middle. These goals also excite the masses, because everyone seems to know how hard they are to score. First, they need to be timed right. Then, the chip has to be firm but airy to clear the last line of defence. Another respectful celebration – but this time Roberto Firmino, who had supplied the pass, kicked the air in exultation. Salah scored with one of his trademark dinks Credit: GETTY IMAGES Roma – who overturned a 4-1 deficit against Barcelona in the previous round – were shattered, and fell apart defensively in the second half. Salah provided the pass for Sadio Mane to make it three and Firmino added a fourth from yet another swerving run by Salah. Firmino scored a fifth, with his head, before Roma struck twice to keep the tie alive. Against the team that re-started his career after a spell in the shadows at Chelsea, the Premier League’s No 1 player ascended to a level where everything he tried came off. He was free to run and carve space and chances. The game was his. Not only his, because Liverpool were sensationally good, and Mane, after some errant first-half finishing, joined Firmino on the highest plane. Liverpool vs Roma player ratings In the preamble, there was an exchange between Salah and Radja Nainggolan, and a hug and a joke from Edin Dzeko. But most Roma players confined themselves to a hand clasp or a slap of the shoulder, with no eye contact. It was strictly business. Yet so good was Salah, that Klopp withdrew him for Danny Ings after 75 minutes, and the Kop chanted Ings’s name, perhaps in sympathy for the size of the task he had been given: replacing Salah, whose performance will pass into folklore. Roma v Liverpool Forty-one goals in all competitions became 42 and then 43, against a club who sold him and were then obliterated by him. You tend to see a gap this big between one player and the other 21 on the pitch only when Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi are out there. Against a chaotic Roma side, Salah placed all mercy aside and declared Liverpool’s serious intention to win this competition in Kiev. Their European progress under Klopp is compelling enough by itself, but feels special with Salah’s magic. In Rome, though, he may need to stay on for 90 minutes to keep Roma paralysed. Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
Mo Salah makes Liverpool the envy of the planet with performance that will pass into folklore
These great Anfield nights work best when Liverpool have a star they can show off to the world, to leave the rest of the industry jealous. That player is Mohamed Salah, whose first goal in a 5-2 jamboree stunned the audience with its suddenness and beauty. The goals you never forget are the ones followed by a moment of incredulity. So it was when Salah stopped and paused just inside the Roma penalty box, looked up and curled a shot at a target about the size of a shoebox. In classic world-class-player style, Salah pretty much decided to score. The Anfield crowd were not contemplative for long. Soon, an engulfing storm of noise crashed round the stands and his name was chanted with thunderous intensity. Jurgen Klopp called it a “genius strike”. In a thrilling but not quite conclusive win, Salah was sensational. He can thank the left side of Roma’s defence for playing one-on-one against him (Nunes Juan Jesus was dreadful); but in this form it would have taken half a dozen Roman centurions to stop him. Only when he left the field with 15 minutes left did the Serie A team recover their faculties, with two late goals that gave them hope of repeating their comeback against Barcelona in the previous round. The build-up to this game featured much nostalgia about Rome in 1984 and Liverpool’s five European Cup wins. Those victories were supreme collective efforts, but also featured great individuals. There is a long way to go before Klopp’s team can join those European champions of the Seventies and Eighties but they have a player deserving of comparison with the club’s finest sons. liverpool roma grid With Salah’s two first-half goals against a Roma side whose prior knowledge of him was no use whatsoever, you could feel the PFA Player of the Year easing into the company of Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard. He would need to stick around a while and maintain these standards to become true Anfield royalty, but his form this year has been spectacular, and his first-half brace spoke of a player without limits at this level. Salah needed no new storylines, but trying to knock his old club out of the Champions League was a fresh plot for the man whose name is cheered at double-volume by the Anfield crowd. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES Not that the role of slayer sat comfortably with him. For both his goals he raised his palms to spurn the usual celebration. Scoring twice in the first half of a Champions League semi-final first leg entitles the author to rejoice in any way imaginable. Salah, though, had scored twice in front of the Roma fans, and adopted the apologetic pose of someone embarrassed about the pain they were inflicting. His first was that sweetly curled, neatly aimed lifter-and-dipper from right to left into the corner of Alisson Becker’s net: the kind of big Champions League goal that reverberates around the world. Liverpool 2 - 0 Roma (Mohamed Salah, 45 min) The second was another of his specialities: the dink over the onrushing keeper after a dash through the middle. These goals also excite the masses, because everyone seems to know how hard they are to score. First, they need to be timed right. Then, the chip has to be firm but airy to clear the last line of defence. Another respectful celebration – but this time Roberto Firmino, who had supplied the pass, kicked the air in exultation. Salah scored with one of his trademark dinks Credit: GETTY IMAGES Roma – who overturned a 4-1 deficit against Barcelona in the previous round – were shattered, and fell apart defensively in the second half. Salah provided the pass for Sadio Mane to make it three and Firmino added a fourth from yet another swerving run by Salah. Firmino scored a fifth, with his head, before Roma struck twice to keep the tie alive. Against the team that re-started his career after a spell in the shadows at Chelsea, the Premier League’s No 1 player ascended to a level where everything he tried came off. He was free to run and carve space and chances. The game was his. Not only his, because Liverpool were sensationally good, and Mane, after some errant first-half finishing, joined Firmino on the highest plane. Liverpool vs Roma player ratings In the preamble, there was an exchange between Salah and Radja Nainggolan, and a hug and a joke from Edin Dzeko. But most Roma players confined themselves to a hand clasp or a slap of the shoulder, with no eye contact. It was strictly business. Yet so good was Salah, that Klopp withdrew him for Danny Ings after 75 minutes, and the Kop chanted Ings’s name, perhaps in sympathy for the size of the task he had been given: replacing Salah, whose performance will pass into folklore. Roma v Liverpool Forty-one goals in all competitions became 42 and then 43, against a club who sold him and were then obliterated by him. You tend to see a gap this big between one player and the other 21 on the pitch only when Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi are out there. Against a chaotic Roma side, Salah placed all mercy aside and declared Liverpool’s serious intention to win this competition in Kiev. Their European progress under Klopp is compelling enough by itself, but feels special with Salah’s magic. In Rome, though, he may need to stay on for 90 minutes to keep Roma paralysed. Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
These great Anfield nights work best when Liverpool have a star they can show off to the world, to leave the rest of the industry jealous. That player is Mohamed Salah, whose first goal in a 5-2 jamboree stunned the audience with its suddenness and beauty. The goals you never forget are the ones followed by a moment of incredulity. So it was when Salah stopped and paused just inside the Roma penalty box, looked up and curled a shot at a target about the size of a shoebox. In classic world-class-player style, Salah pretty much decided to score. The Anfield crowd were not contemplative for long. Soon, an engulfing storm of noise crashed round the stands and his name was chanted with thunderous intensity. Jurgen Klopp called it a “genius strike”. In a thrilling but not quite conclusive win, Salah was sensational. He can thank the left side of Roma’s defence for playing one-on-one against him (Nunes Juan Jesus was dreadful); but in this form it would have taken half a dozen Roman centurions to stop him. Only when he left the field with 15 minutes left did the Serie A team recover their faculties, with two late goals that gave them hope of repeating their comeback against Barcelona in the previous round. The build-up to this game featured much nostalgia about Rome in 1984 and Liverpool’s five European Cup wins. Those victories were supreme collective efforts, but also featured great individuals. There is a long way to go before Klopp’s team can join those European champions of the Seventies and Eighties but they have a player deserving of comparison with the club’s finest sons. liverpool roma grid With Salah’s two first-half goals against a Roma side whose prior knowledge of him was no use whatsoever, you could feel the PFA Player of the Year easing into the company of Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard. He would need to stick around a while and maintain these standards to become true Anfield royalty, but his form this year has been spectacular, and his first-half brace spoke of a player without limits at this level. Salah needed no new storylines, but trying to knock his old club out of the Champions League was a fresh plot for the man whose name is cheered at double-volume by the Anfield crowd. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES Not that the role of slayer sat comfortably with him. For both his goals he raised his palms to spurn the usual celebration. Scoring twice in the first half of a Champions League semi-final first leg entitles the author to rejoice in any way imaginable. Salah, though, had scored twice in front of the Roma fans, and adopted the apologetic pose of someone embarrassed about the pain they were inflicting. His first was that sweetly curled, neatly aimed lifter-and-dipper from right to left into the corner of Alisson Becker’s net: the kind of big Champions League goal that reverberates around the world. Liverpool 2 - 0 Roma (Mohamed Salah, 45 min) The second was another of his specialities: the dink over the onrushing keeper after a dash through the middle. These goals also excite the masses, because everyone seems to know how hard they are to score. First, they need to be timed right. Then, the chip has to be firm but airy to clear the last line of defence. Another respectful celebration – but this time Roberto Firmino, who had supplied the pass, kicked the air in exultation. Salah scored with one of his trademark dinks Credit: GETTY IMAGES Roma – who overturned a 4-1 deficit against Barcelona in the previous round – were shattered, and fell apart defensively in the second half. Salah provided the pass for Sadio Mane to make it three and Firmino added a fourth from yet another swerving run by Salah. Firmino scored a fifth, with his head, before Roma struck twice to keep the tie alive. Against the team that re-started his career after a spell in the shadows at Chelsea, the Premier League’s No 1 player ascended to a level where everything he tried came off. He was free to run and carve space and chances. The game was his. Not only his, because Liverpool were sensationally good, and Mane, after some errant first-half finishing, joined Firmino on the highest plane. Liverpool vs Roma player ratings In the preamble, there was an exchange between Salah and Radja Nainggolan, and a hug and a joke from Edin Dzeko. But most Roma players confined themselves to a hand clasp or a slap of the shoulder, with no eye contact. It was strictly business. Yet so good was Salah, that Klopp withdrew him for Danny Ings after 75 minutes, and the Kop chanted Ings’s name, perhaps in sympathy for the size of the task he had been given: replacing Salah, whose performance will pass into folklore. Roma v Liverpool Forty-one goals in all competitions became 42 and then 43, against a club who sold him and were then obliterated by him. You tend to see a gap this big between one player and the other 21 on the pitch only when Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi are out there. Against a chaotic Roma side, Salah placed all mercy aside and declared Liverpool’s serious intention to win this competition in Kiev. Their European progress under Klopp is compelling enough by itself, but feels special with Salah’s magic. In Rome, though, he may need to stay on for 90 minutes to keep Roma paralysed. Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
Mo Salah makes Liverpool the envy of the planet with performance that will pass into folklore
These great Anfield nights work best when Liverpool have a star they can show off to the world, to leave the rest of the industry jealous. That player is Mohamed Salah, whose first goal in a 5-2 jamboree stunned the audience with its suddenness and beauty. The goals you never forget are the ones followed by a moment of incredulity. So it was when Salah stopped and paused just inside the Roma penalty box, looked up and curled a shot at a target about the size of a shoebox. In classic world-class-player style, Salah pretty much decided to score. The Anfield crowd were not contemplative for long. Soon, an engulfing storm of noise crashed round the stands and his name was chanted with thunderous intensity. Jurgen Klopp called it a “genius strike”. In a thrilling but not quite conclusive win, Salah was sensational. He can thank the left side of Roma’s defence for playing one-on-one against him (Nunes Juan Jesus was dreadful); but in this form it would have taken half a dozen Roman centurions to stop him. Only when he left the field with 15 minutes left did the Serie A team recover their faculties, with two late goals that gave them hope of repeating their comeback against Barcelona in the previous round. The build-up to this game featured much nostalgia about Rome in 1984 and Liverpool’s five European Cup wins. Those victories were supreme collective efforts, but also featured great individuals. There is a long way to go before Klopp’s team can join those European champions of the Seventies and Eighties but they have a player deserving of comparison with the club’s finest sons. liverpool roma grid With Salah’s two first-half goals against a Roma side whose prior knowledge of him was no use whatsoever, you could feel the PFA Player of the Year easing into the company of Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard. He would need to stick around a while and maintain these standards to become true Anfield royalty, but his form this year has been spectacular, and his first-half brace spoke of a player without limits at this level. Salah needed no new storylines, but trying to knock his old club out of the Champions League was a fresh plot for the man whose name is cheered at double-volume by the Anfield crowd. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES Not that the role of slayer sat comfortably with him. For both his goals he raised his palms to spurn the usual celebration. Scoring twice in the first half of a Champions League semi-final first leg entitles the author to rejoice in any way imaginable. Salah, though, had scored twice in front of the Roma fans, and adopted the apologetic pose of someone embarrassed about the pain they were inflicting. His first was that sweetly curled, neatly aimed lifter-and-dipper from right to left into the corner of Alisson Becker’s net: the kind of big Champions League goal that reverberates around the world. Liverpool 2 - 0 Roma (Mohamed Salah, 45 min) The second was another of his specialities: the dink over the onrushing keeper after a dash through the middle. These goals also excite the masses, because everyone seems to know how hard they are to score. First, they need to be timed right. Then, the chip has to be firm but airy to clear the last line of defence. Another respectful celebration – but this time Roberto Firmino, who had supplied the pass, kicked the air in exultation. Salah scored with one of his trademark dinks Credit: GETTY IMAGES Roma – who overturned a 4-1 deficit against Barcelona in the previous round – were shattered, and fell apart defensively in the second half. Salah provided the pass for Sadio Mane to make it three and Firmino added a fourth from yet another swerving run by Salah. Firmino scored a fifth, with his head, before Roma struck twice to keep the tie alive. Against the team that re-started his career after a spell in the shadows at Chelsea, the Premier League’s No 1 player ascended to a level where everything he tried came off. He was free to run and carve space and chances. The game was his. Not only his, because Liverpool were sensationally good, and Mane, after some errant first-half finishing, joined Firmino on the highest plane. Liverpool vs Roma player ratings In the preamble, there was an exchange between Salah and Radja Nainggolan, and a hug and a joke from Edin Dzeko. But most Roma players confined themselves to a hand clasp or a slap of the shoulder, with no eye contact. It was strictly business. Yet so good was Salah, that Klopp withdrew him for Danny Ings after 75 minutes, and the Kop chanted Ings’s name, perhaps in sympathy for the size of the task he had been given: replacing Salah, whose performance will pass into folklore. Roma v Liverpool Forty-one goals in all competitions became 42 and then 43, against a club who sold him and were then obliterated by him. You tend to see a gap this big between one player and the other 21 on the pitch only when Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi are out there. Against a chaotic Roma side, Salah placed all mercy aside and declared Liverpool’s serious intention to win this competition in Kiev. Their European progress under Klopp is compelling enough by itself, but feels special with Salah’s magic. In Rome, though, he may need to stay on for 90 minutes to keep Roma paralysed. Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final meeting with AS Roma was marred by violent scenes outside Anfield as at least one man was severely injured after the two sets of fans clashed in the shadow of the Kop. Footage posted on social media showed groups of Roma fans charging towards Liverpool supporters, one of whom had been knocked to the ground, before they were chased down the streets behind the stadium. A middle-aged Liverpool fan was treated on the road by a team of paramedics as police waited to usher ambulances through the packed roads in the minutes before the game kicked off. Merseyside Police said it was investigating a serious assault which took place outside the stadium 10 minutes before the match kicked off. In a video shared on Twitter, a collection of around 20 Roma fans were filmed attacking a Liverpool fan while the injured man was attended to by a steward. According to eyewitness reports, the fans charged using batons and belts as weapons, before fleeing after Liverpool fans in the vicinity became aware of the situation. The road was soon flooded with police officers who cleared the area around the injured man as he received treatment. He was eventually carried inside an ambulance on a stretcher, with stewards and police frantically trying to clear the roads of fans to allow the vehicle to leave the area. Unpleasant scenes outside Anfield a few mins ago, one L’pool fan injured pic.twitter.com/II9r9QZuL6— Dan Roan (@danroan) April 24, 2018 "We are investigating a serious assault of a man outside the Albert pub on Walton Breck Road at about 7.35pm," Merseyside Police said in a statement which also appealed for information. Roma fans have just attacked Liverpool supporters with belts, outside the Albert. About 20. One guy down getting treatment— Jonathan Northcroft (@JNorthcroft) April 24, 2018 There were also separate reports of scuffles between the two sets of fans outside of a local pub in the area in further ugly scenes that will raise concerns about Liverpool’s trip to play Roma in the second leg next month. The violence followed hours of frenzied build-up to the game in the roads near Anfield as the home fans once again gathered to welcome the Liverpool team bus and set off flares. Liverpool versus AS Roma; mounted police emerge from the smoke flares Credit: ACTION PLUS The incidents come after the events outside of Anfield ahead of Liverpool’s quarter-final first leg against Manchester City earlier this month, when the City team bus was damaged by objects thrown by supporters waiting on the streets outside of the stadium. Liverpool were charged by UEFA following the damage to the City bus, and this week the club released a video in which manager Jurgen Klopp pleaded with supporters to “show our best to the world”. liverpool roma grid He said: “In the stadium, do it again and better. Outside the stadium, please show the respect we have to show. We can show how wonderful Liverpool people are and we can show it in 20 minutes before the game and then the whole world knows it.” Many Liverpool fans set off red smoke-bombs as they mounted police vans and signs as they waited to greet the Liverpool bus once again, but these were largely scenes of celebration and excited expectation rather than violence. The welcoming of the Liverpool team bus is a relatively new development for the supporters of the club, who first started lining the streets with flags and banners during the 2013/14 season when the club came so close to the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers. Unlike against Manchester City, there was no sign of any trouble or violence as the team buses arrived at the stadium. The violence appeared to begin with the incident involving the group of Roma fans who charged towards Liverpool fans just metres from the entrance to the Kop. Before the game, Merseyside Police had warned fans that it would crack down on any fan disturbances around the ground, saying its policing style would be “firm, fair and friendly” and vowing to take action against any individuals who caused problems. Chief superintendent Dave Charnock said on Monday: “We are expecting a vibrant atmosphere at Tuesday’s match, but our intention is that at the end of day we will be talking about the game and what happened on the pitch as opposed to off the pitch. “Our policing style will be firm, fair and friendly, but we will take action where necessary against those individuals who may seek to cause problems or misbehave and spoil the evening for the majority of supporters.”
Police investigating 'serious assault' as supporter violence mars Liverpool Champions League semi-final
Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final meeting with AS Roma was marred by violent scenes outside Anfield as at least one man was severely injured after the two sets of fans clashed in the shadow of the Kop. Footage posted on social media showed groups of Roma fans charging towards Liverpool supporters, one of whom had been knocked to the ground, before they were chased down the streets behind the stadium. A middle-aged Liverpool fan was treated on the road by a team of paramedics as police waited to usher ambulances through the packed roads in the minutes before the game kicked off. Merseyside Police said it was investigating a serious assault which took place outside the stadium 10 minutes before the match kicked off. In a video shared on Twitter, a collection of around 20 Roma fans were filmed attacking a Liverpool fan while the injured man was attended to by a steward. According to eyewitness reports, the fans charged using batons and belts as weapons, before fleeing after Liverpool fans in the vicinity became aware of the situation. The road was soon flooded with police officers who cleared the area around the injured man as he received treatment. He was eventually carried inside an ambulance on a stretcher, with stewards and police frantically trying to clear the roads of fans to allow the vehicle to leave the area. Unpleasant scenes outside Anfield a few mins ago, one L’pool fan injured pic.twitter.com/II9r9QZuL6— Dan Roan (@danroan) April 24, 2018 "We are investigating a serious assault of a man outside the Albert pub on Walton Breck Road at about 7.35pm," Merseyside Police said in a statement which also appealed for information. Roma fans have just attacked Liverpool supporters with belts, outside the Albert. About 20. One guy down getting treatment— Jonathan Northcroft (@JNorthcroft) April 24, 2018 There were also separate reports of scuffles between the two sets of fans outside of a local pub in the area in further ugly scenes that will raise concerns about Liverpool’s trip to play Roma in the second leg next month. The violence followed hours of frenzied build-up to the game in the roads near Anfield as the home fans once again gathered to welcome the Liverpool team bus and set off flares. Liverpool versus AS Roma; mounted police emerge from the smoke flares Credit: ACTION PLUS The incidents come after the events outside of Anfield ahead of Liverpool’s quarter-final first leg against Manchester City earlier this month, when the City team bus was damaged by objects thrown by supporters waiting on the streets outside of the stadium. Liverpool were charged by UEFA following the damage to the City bus, and this week the club released a video in which manager Jurgen Klopp pleaded with supporters to “show our best to the world”. liverpool roma grid He said: “In the stadium, do it again and better. Outside the stadium, please show the respect we have to show. We can show how wonderful Liverpool people are and we can show it in 20 minutes before the game and then the whole world knows it.” Many Liverpool fans set off red smoke-bombs as they mounted police vans and signs as they waited to greet the Liverpool bus once again, but these were largely scenes of celebration and excited expectation rather than violence. The welcoming of the Liverpool team bus is a relatively new development for the supporters of the club, who first started lining the streets with flags and banners during the 2013/14 season when the club came so close to the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers. Unlike against Manchester City, there was no sign of any trouble or violence as the team buses arrived at the stadium. The violence appeared to begin with the incident involving the group of Roma fans who charged towards Liverpool fans just metres from the entrance to the Kop. Before the game, Merseyside Police had warned fans that it would crack down on any fan disturbances around the ground, saying its policing style would be “firm, fair and friendly” and vowing to take action against any individuals who caused problems. Chief superintendent Dave Charnock said on Monday: “We are expecting a vibrant atmosphere at Tuesday’s match, but our intention is that at the end of day we will be talking about the game and what happened on the pitch as opposed to off the pitch. “Our policing style will be firm, fair and friendly, but we will take action where necessary against those individuals who may seek to cause problems or misbehave and spoil the evening for the majority of supporters.”
Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final meeting with AS Roma was marred by violent scenes outside Anfield as at least one man was severely injured after the two sets of fans clashed in the shadow of the Kop. Footage posted on social media showed groups of Roma fans charging towards Liverpool supporters, one of whom had been knocked to the ground, before they were chased down the streets behind the stadium. A middle-aged Liverpool fan was treated on the road by a team of paramedics as police waited to usher ambulances through the packed roads in the minutes before the game kicked off. Merseyside Police said it was investigating a serious assault which took place outside the stadium 10 minutes before the match kicked off. In a video shared on Twitter, a collection of around 20 Roma fans were filmed attacking a Liverpool fan while the injured man was attended to by a steward. According to eyewitness reports, the fans charged using batons and belts as weapons, before fleeing after Liverpool fans in the vicinity became aware of the situation. The road was soon flooded with police officers who cleared the area around the injured man as he received treatment. He was eventually carried inside an ambulance on a stretcher, with stewards and police frantically trying to clear the roads of fans to allow the vehicle to leave the area. Unpleasant scenes outside Anfield a few mins ago, one L’pool fan injured pic.twitter.com/II9r9QZuL6— Dan Roan (@danroan) April 24, 2018 "We are investigating a serious assault of a man outside the Albert pub on Walton Breck Road at about 7.35pm," Merseyside Police said in a statement which also appealed for information. Roma fans have just attacked Liverpool supporters with belts, outside the Albert. About 20. One guy down getting treatment— Jonathan Northcroft (@JNorthcroft) April 24, 2018 There were also separate reports of scuffles between the two sets of fans outside of a local pub in the area in further ugly scenes that will raise concerns about Liverpool’s trip to play Roma in the second leg next month. The violence followed hours of frenzied build-up to the game in the roads near Anfield as the home fans once again gathered to welcome the Liverpool team bus and set off flares. Liverpool versus AS Roma; mounted police emerge from the smoke flares Credit: ACTION PLUS The incidents come after the events outside of Anfield ahead of Liverpool’s quarter-final first leg against Manchester City earlier this month, when the City team bus was damaged by objects thrown by supporters waiting on the streets outside of the stadium. Liverpool were charged by UEFA following the damage to the City bus, and this week the club released a video in which manager Jurgen Klopp pleaded with supporters to “show our best to the world”. liverpool roma grid He said: “In the stadium, do it again and better. Outside the stadium, please show the respect we have to show. We can show how wonderful Liverpool people are and we can show it in 20 minutes before the game and then the whole world knows it.” Many Liverpool fans set off red smoke-bombs as they mounted police vans and signs as they waited to greet the Liverpool bus once again, but these were largely scenes of celebration and excited expectation rather than violence. The welcoming of the Liverpool team bus is a relatively new development for the supporters of the club, who first started lining the streets with flags and banners during the 2013/14 season when the club came so close to the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers. Unlike against Manchester City, there was no sign of any trouble or violence as the team buses arrived at the stadium. The violence appeared to begin with the incident involving the group of Roma fans who charged towards Liverpool fans just metres from the entrance to the Kop. Before the game, Merseyside Police had warned fans that it would crack down on any fan disturbances around the ground, saying its policing style would be “firm, fair and friendly” and vowing to take action against any individuals who caused problems. Chief superintendent Dave Charnock said on Monday: “We are expecting a vibrant atmosphere at Tuesday’s match, but our intention is that at the end of day we will be talking about the game and what happened on the pitch as opposed to off the pitch. “Our policing style will be firm, fair and friendly, but we will take action where necessary against those individuals who may seek to cause problems or misbehave and spoil the evening for the majority of supporters.”
Police investigating 'serious assault' as supporter violence mars Liverpool Champions League semi-final
Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final meeting with AS Roma was marred by violent scenes outside Anfield as at least one man was severely injured after the two sets of fans clashed in the shadow of the Kop. Footage posted on social media showed groups of Roma fans charging towards Liverpool supporters, one of whom had been knocked to the ground, before they were chased down the streets behind the stadium. A middle-aged Liverpool fan was treated on the road by a team of paramedics as police waited to usher ambulances through the packed roads in the minutes before the game kicked off. Merseyside Police said it was investigating a serious assault which took place outside the stadium 10 minutes before the match kicked off. In a video shared on Twitter, a collection of around 20 Roma fans were filmed attacking a Liverpool fan while the injured man was attended to by a steward. According to eyewitness reports, the fans charged using batons and belts as weapons, before fleeing after Liverpool fans in the vicinity became aware of the situation. The road was soon flooded with police officers who cleared the area around the injured man as he received treatment. He was eventually carried inside an ambulance on a stretcher, with stewards and police frantically trying to clear the roads of fans to allow the vehicle to leave the area. Unpleasant scenes outside Anfield a few mins ago, one L’pool fan injured pic.twitter.com/II9r9QZuL6— Dan Roan (@danroan) April 24, 2018 "We are investigating a serious assault of a man outside the Albert pub on Walton Breck Road at about 7.35pm," Merseyside Police said in a statement which also appealed for information. Roma fans have just attacked Liverpool supporters with belts, outside the Albert. About 20. One guy down getting treatment— Jonathan Northcroft (@JNorthcroft) April 24, 2018 There were also separate reports of scuffles between the two sets of fans outside of a local pub in the area in further ugly scenes that will raise concerns about Liverpool’s trip to play Roma in the second leg next month. The violence followed hours of frenzied build-up to the game in the roads near Anfield as the home fans once again gathered to welcome the Liverpool team bus and set off flares. Liverpool versus AS Roma; mounted police emerge from the smoke flares Credit: ACTION PLUS The incidents come after the events outside of Anfield ahead of Liverpool’s quarter-final first leg against Manchester City earlier this month, when the City team bus was damaged by objects thrown by supporters waiting on the streets outside of the stadium. Liverpool were charged by UEFA following the damage to the City bus, and this week the club released a video in which manager Jurgen Klopp pleaded with supporters to “show our best to the world”. liverpool roma grid He said: “In the stadium, do it again and better. Outside the stadium, please show the respect we have to show. We can show how wonderful Liverpool people are and we can show it in 20 minutes before the game and then the whole world knows it.” Many Liverpool fans set off red smoke-bombs as they mounted police vans and signs as they waited to greet the Liverpool bus once again, but these were largely scenes of celebration and excited expectation rather than violence. The welcoming of the Liverpool team bus is a relatively new development for the supporters of the club, who first started lining the streets with flags and banners during the 2013/14 season when the club came so close to the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers. Unlike against Manchester City, there was no sign of any trouble or violence as the team buses arrived at the stadium. The violence appeared to begin with the incident involving the group of Roma fans who charged towards Liverpool fans just metres from the entrance to the Kop. Before the game, Merseyside Police had warned fans that it would crack down on any fan disturbances around the ground, saying its policing style would be “firm, fair and friendly” and vowing to take action against any individuals who caused problems. Chief superintendent Dave Charnock said on Monday: “We are expecting a vibrant atmosphere at Tuesday’s match, but our intention is that at the end of day we will be talking about the game and what happened on the pitch as opposed to off the pitch. “Our policing style will be firm, fair and friendly, but we will take action where necessary against those individuals who may seek to cause problems or misbehave and spoil the evening for the majority of supporters.”
Niño con discapacidad asiste de manera virtual a un encuentro de la Premier League
Niño con discapacidad asiste de manera virtual a un encuentro de la Premier League
Niño con discapacidad asiste de manera virtual a un encuentro de la Premier League
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
Infos mercato et rumeurs de transfert en direct : Guardiola ne lâche pas Isco
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
Infos mercato et rumeurs de transfert en direct : Guardiola ne lâche pas Isco
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
Infos mercato et rumeurs de transfert en direct : Guardiola ne lâche pas Isco
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
Mohamed Salah voted PFA player of the year
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
Mohamed Salah voted PFA player of the year
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
Mohamed Salah voted PFA player of the year
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
Mohamed Salah voted PFA player of the year
On CBS Sports HQ, soccer analyst Thomas Rongen joins Dalen Cuff to discuss Salah being the player of the year in the premier league.
There is a reason why the Sunrisers Hyderabad are considered the best bowling outfit in the Indian Premier League and that was on display at the Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday as Kane Williamson's team choked Mumbai Indians to register a 31-run victory, after setting a below=par target of 119 runs for the hosts.
IPL 2018: Kaul, Rashid Help Sunrisers Defend Second Lowest Total Against MI
There is a reason why the Sunrisers Hyderabad are considered the best bowling outfit in the Indian Premier League and that was on display at the Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday as Kane Williamson's team choked Mumbai Indians to register a 31-run victory, after setting a below=par target of 119 runs for the hosts.
<p>Pendant l’avant match, les Reds chauffaient leur voix notamment pour scander ‘Mo Salah’. Le récemment élu meilleur joueur de Premier League veut rapporter une coupe aux Grandes Oreilles même si cela signifie éliminer ses anciens coéquipiers. (Photo : Getty) </p>
L’amour, le vrai

Pendant l’avant match, les Reds chauffaient leur voix notamment pour scander ‘Mo Salah’. Le récemment élu meilleur joueur de Premier League veut rapporter une coupe aux Grandes Oreilles même si cela signifie éliminer ses anciens coéquipiers. (Photo : Getty)

Sunrisers Hyderabad stunned Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede in match number 23 of 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL). After managing to score a paltry 118/10, SRH rode through an impressive bowling show to decimate Mumbai at their own backyard. Apart from Suryakumar Yadav&#39;s 34, none of the others showed much character. Here is the winner and sinner of the match.
IPL: SRH beat MI, who is the winner and sinner?
Sunrisers Hyderabad stunned Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede in match number 23 of 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL). After managing to score a paltry 118/10, SRH rode through an impressive bowling show to decimate Mumbai at their own backyard. Apart from Suryakumar Yadav's 34, none of the others showed much character. Here is the winner and sinner of the match.
Sunrisers Hyderabad stunned Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede in match number 23 of 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL). After managing to score a paltry 118/10, SRH rode through an impressive bowling show to decimate Mumbai at their own backyard. Apart from Suryakumar Yadav&#39;s 34, none of the others showed much character. Here is the winner and sinner of the match.
IPL: SRH beat MI, who is the winner and sinner?
Sunrisers Hyderabad stunned Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede in match number 23 of 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL). After managing to score a paltry 118/10, SRH rode through an impressive bowling show to decimate Mumbai at their own backyard. Apart from Suryakumar Yadav's 34, none of the others showed much character. Here is the winner and sinner of the match.
Catch all the highlights from match 23 of the 2018 Indian Premier League between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad
MI vs SRH IPL 2018 Highlights: SRH defend lowest total of this season's IPL, beat MI by 31 runs
Catch all the highlights from match 23 of the 2018 Indian Premier League between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad
Catch all the highlights from match 23 of the 2018 Indian Premier League between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad
MI vs SRH IPL 2018 Highlights: SRH defend lowest total of this season's IPL, beat MI by 31 runs
Catch all the highlights from match 23 of the 2018 Indian Premier League between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.
Salah remains at top of PL player power rankings
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tied the PL single season goals record this weekend as he stayed at the top of Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Find out who else made it in the top five.

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