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Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey exposes Arsenal team-mates with lung-busting run before crucial Rennes goal

first_imgGuendouzi was partly to blame for Rennes’ third goal (Picture: Getty)However, Nacho Monreal lost the ball from a throw-in deep into the Rennes half and the French side quickly counter-attacked on the Gunners.Rennes had a five-on-five counter in the 89th minute but Monreal was nowhere to be seen as the 33-year-old Spaniard struggled to get back into position.Matteo Guendouzi had been brought on before Ramsey but the Frenchman failed to sniff danger at Monreal’s back post and casually jogged back as Rennes pushed the ball out wide.Just look at the difference between Ramsey and Guendouzi running back for that third goal. #RENARS #AFC pic.twitter.com/A4SaiFn9tu— Gunners.com (@Gunnersc0m) March 7, 2019However, Ramsey saw the move developing a busted a gut to burst past Guendouzi and challenge the cross that was whipped in.Unfortunately for Ramsey, his efforts were not rewarded as Ismaïla Sarr headed in a crucial third goal.Nevertheless, the Juventus-bound midfielder showed the guts and determination that’s so often lacking in this Arsenal side…Guendouzi was well ahead of Ramsey when Rennes brokeGuendouzi casually jogged back but Ramsey sniffed the danger….Ramsey busted a gut to fill in at the back post….Ramsey almost caught up with Sarr but the winger headed in to make it 3-1…MORE: Unai Emery ‘confident’ of overturning 3-1 Europa League defeat to Rennes Comment Advertisement Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey exposes Arsenal team-mates with lung-busting run before crucial Rennes goal Advertisement Aaron Ramsey shows no signs of letting up despite agreeing to join Juventus (Picture: Getty)He may be heading for Turin this summer but Aaron Ramsey showed his focus is still very much on Arsenal during the side’s defeat to Rennes.The Gunners took an early lead in France through Alex Iwobi but collapsed after a red card was issued to Sokratis on the half-hour mark for two bookable offences.Rennes grabbed an immediate equaliser and were ahead after the break when Nahco Monreal put past Petr Cech when a cross deflected off him.Unai Emery started Ramsey on the bench but made the peculiar decision to take off Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in order to put the Welshman up front.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWith the Gunners down to 10 men and trailing 2-1, they were expected to settle for the one-goal deficit and take Rennes back to the Emirates next Thursday, where they’d be overwhelming favourites. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 7 Mar 2019 9:56 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link940Shareslast_img read more

West Florida Men’s Golf finishes 4th out of 15 teams at the Sharks Invitational

first_img Share West Florida Men’s Golf finishes 4th out of 15 teams at the Sharks Invitational Oct. 16, 2007PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – The West Florida Men’s Golf team finished in 4th place at the NSU Sharks Invitational, just fives strokes out of first place. The event took place on Monday and Tuesday of this week, and was played in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Barry University was the team champion with a score of 886, while the Argos were very close behind with a score of 891. Nova Southeastern (the host school) and Valdosta State were tied for Second in the very competitive tournament with a score of 887.The Argos were in first place with a 290 score after round one, with Barry and Nova Southeastern one stroke back at 291. Barry University took the lead after an outstanding second round, as the Argos were tied for 3rd place six strokes back, at the end of round two. Valdosta State had the best team score during the third round to sneak ahead of UWF. The playing conditions were tough as the wind was blowing strongly, especially on Tuesday. The course is a challenging one, even without the wind, so scores within two or three above par were considered outstanding.Coach Steve Fell was somewhat pleased, “We played alright, certainly not terrible, and we had a chance at winning. This tournament showed the value of each shot, as one shot here or there could have made a very big difference.” Just five strokes separated the top four teams. Barry University is the defending National Champion, while Nova SE, Valdosta State, and the Argos, are all top ranked schools.Individually, West Florida had three players finish in the top 10. Matthew Galloway (Sr. / Valrico, Fla.) finished 7th individually with a five over par 221, while Tobias Rosendahl (Fr. / Sweden) and Kyle Scott (Fr. / South Africa) were six over par with a 222, to tie for 8th place. Rosendahl was in second place at -1 after the first round. Coach Fell was pleased with his young players, “One of the bright spots this fall, was the play of our freshmen (Rosendahl and Scott). They had really solid fall tournaments.”Brent Witcher of Valdosta State was the overall winner with a three under par 213. Witcher also had the best round (69) during the second round, while his teammate Jason Flowers had the tournaments best round of 68 on Tuesday. The Argos Kevin Cooper (Fr. / Tallahassee, Fla.) finished with a 226 score, which was good for 19th place, while Federico Damus (Sr. / Argentina) tied for 26th place with a score of 230. There were 75 golfers in the event, which included several top 25 schools in Division I.The tournament concluded the fall schedule for UWF. Coach Fell was pleased overall, “where we are right now is fine, but we have some work to do. We know we can be very good this spring, and we hope to peak at the right time.” Until then, the Argos will hit the weight room and stay conditioned. As Coach Fell explained, “To play 36 holes in one day, you need to be physically and mentally strong. This is an endurance sport, and it can be an advantage to be physically fit, because it can help the mental approach throughout the match.” Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Beach Volleyball: We are not expecting all participating countries in Nigeria – CAVB

first_imgRelatedPosts Nigeria’s No. 2 badminton player sets sight on Olympics If we don’t have Tokyo Games, we’re unlikely to have Beijing 2022 — IOC member Tokyo Governor wants Olympics to go ahead as symbol of overcoming COVID-19 Ahmed Khanou, the President of the Confederation of Africa Volleyball and Chairman of Beach Volleyball Commission, says they are not expecting all the participating countries in the Group C of the second phase of the Beach Volleyball Olympics qualifiers in Nigeria due the health emergency situation in the country. Khanou told newsmen on Thursday in Abuja that only Zambia arrived for the competition. He said: “We have two withdrawals from the indication; we are not expecting all the countries to be around because of the health emergency on ground. “Whatever that will happen, the competition will hold. “It will then depend on the number of countries that are available. “Zambian team just arrived. “We are still expecting other teams to arrive. “We are expecting five countries in Abuja. “Five female teams to be competing for two slots in the final – Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya, Cape Verde and the Democratic Republic of Congo.” Khanou said the continental cup is actually the pathway of qualification to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics games. He said: “There are three phases to this competition. “The CAVB registered a total number of 36 countries. “The zonal phase ended in January and March is the second phase, which is definitely the qualifications to the finals.” The News Agency reports that the beach volleyball qualifying tournament will take place from Wednesday to Sunday at the Jabi Lake Beach in Abuja.Tags: Ahmed KhanouConfederation of Africa Volleyballolympicslast_img read more