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  • EPL: Liverpool extend unbeaten run to 33 games

    first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Premier League leaders Liverpool moved 11 points clear after extending their unbeaten run to 33 top-flight games with a dominant 3-0 success at struggling Bournemouth.First-half strikes from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita put Jurgen Klopp’s side on course for a comfortable afternoon at the Vitality Stadium.Mohamed Salah’s 10th goal of the season early in the second period sealed the three points as the European champions continued their seemingly relentless march towards a first title in 30 years.Defeat for lowly Bournemouth, who failed to produce an attempt on target, was a fifth in succession and leaves them just a single point above the relegation zone.Another miserable afternoon for Eddie Howe’s side was compounded by apparent hamstring problems suffered by key defender Nathan Ake and star striker Callum Wilson.Meanwhile, Liverpool’s almost-perfect day in Dorset was slightly tempered by a first-half injury to Dejan Lovren.Reds manager Klopp made seven changes on the south coast as he juggles a packed December fixture list.Salah, Roberto Firmino and captain Jordan Henderson were among those recalled after being given a breather during the emphatic midweek Merseyside derby win over Everton.The visitors, who had won the previous four meetings between the clubs, scoring 14 goals without reply, dominated first-half possession but had to wait until the 35th minute to take the lead at the end of a simple move which started with Alisson Becker.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (right) opened the scoring for Liverpool (Adam Davy/PA)After receiving the ball from his goalkeeper via Lovren, midfielder Henderson deceived Bournemouth centre-back Chris Mepham with a long, diagonal pass which allowed Oxlade-Chamberlain to volley his sixth goal of the season beyond goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale from level with the penalty spot.The opener had hallmarks of two sloppy goals the hosts conceded at Spurs last weekend and came in the immediate aftermath of Holland international Ake limping off following a superb tackle to deny Salah.Bournemouth’s players had emerged from the tunnel wearing tracksuit tops with ‘Afobe 9’ on the back in a touching tribute to Benik Afobe following the death of their former team-mate’s two-year-old daughter Amora last week.The out-of-form hosts have been sucked into trouble at the wrong end of the table after picking up just one win from nine games ahead of kick-off.The alarming slump looked likely to continue when they fell further behind a minute before the break following a slick Liverpool attack.Midfielder Keita, making his first league start of the season, collected the ball from Lovren’s replacement Trent Alexander-Arnold and then received it back from Salah’s back-heel before taking a touch and calmly prodding past Ramsdale from 10 yards out.Without on-loan six-goal top scorer Harry Wilson, who was ineligible against his parent club, the Cherries were failing to test Reds keeper Alisson and unable to haul themselves back into the contest.Calamitous home defending led to the result being put beyond doubt just nine minutes into the second period.Inexperienced centre-back Jack Simpson, on in place of Ake, gave the ball away to Keita. The Guinea international then advanced to slip in Salah, who raced away from Mepham to coolly roll home past Ramsdale and atone for a close-range miss in first-half stoppage time.The three goals came in the space of just 19 minutes either side of half-time.In the 64th-minute, Wilson became the second Cherries player to limp off, leaving Dominic Solanke, who has now failed to score in 26 appearances since a £19million move from Anfield in January, as a lone striker.Liverpool’s commanding lead allowed Klopp to hand a Premier League debut to 18-year-old midfielder Curtis Jones and give Sadio Mane a well-earned rest on the bench.The visitors were content to wind the clock down rather than go full throttle for more goals and convincingly held on for a welcome first clean sheet in 14 games in all competitions. Tags: Liverpoollast_img read more

  • Michigan, Michigan State announce 7 COVID-19 positives

    first_imgWorld Triathlon also canceled three World Cups in Brazil and China.World Triathlon says it was forced to scrap two World Cups and three Asian Cups in China scheduled for September and October after the country’s government last week canceled all international sports for the rest of the year.___The Atlantic 10 Conference is postponing its fall sports season, which includes soccer, cross country, field hockey and women’s volleyball. The conference announced it will try to play those sports in the spring semester, and has agreed to a “look-in” window during September to evaluate whether it is possible to conduct shortened, conference-only seasons in fall sports. Michigan, Michigan State announce 7 COVID-19 positives Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The University of Michigan and Michigan State have announced has positive COVID-19 tests. The SEC hasn’t announced plans for football and other fall sports yet. The league said it will determine later if the policy should be extended at least to the spring semester___Ball State athletic department officials are looking to fill three open dates on the school’s football schedule after losing its third non-conference game.The Cardinals were scheduled to play host to Maine in the Sept. 3 season-opener — before the Black Bears and the Colonial Athletic Association announced they had suspended the fall sports season.Ball State’s road trips to Indiana and Michigan were canceled last week when the Big Ten opted to conduct a league-only schedule, a move that reportedly will cost the Mid-American Conference school almost $1.7 million in guaranteed money. ___The restart of the Paraguayan soccer league has been called off after three teams came down with cases of the coronavirus.The Paraguayan soccer association says Guarani, 12 de Octubre and San Lorenzo cannot play and train until another medical examination is held.The soccer association did not say how many players or club staff members have become infected.The league had been scheduled to resume later in the day after a four-month suspension caused by the pandemic. San Lorenzo was to play General Diaz. ___Formula One says two people tested positive for the coronavirus in the latest batch of tests carried out before the Hungarian Grand Prix.F1 said 4,997 tests for COVID-19 were carried out from July 10-16 ahead of Sunday’s race outside of Budapest. No further information was given about the two people who tested positive. They have been removed from the Hungaroring vicinity and isolated.F1 reported no positive cases from more than 8,000 tests carried out over the previous two races held in Austria at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Associated Press July 17, 2020 Personnel attending the races are tested every five days with results made public every seven days.There are two scheduled races at the British GP on Aug. 2 and Aug. 9.___The world triathlon championships will be staged this year but it’s unclear where and when.The worlds were originally scheduled to take place in August at the Edmonton world series grand final but they were canceled in April because of the coronavirus pandemic. The governing body of the sport now says a 2020 worlds can go ahead after recommendations from athletes and coaches and talks with national federations. Michigan says 121 tests were conducted those days on athletes, coaches and staff with four positives. To date, the athletic department has reported 635 tests with eight positives. All the positive tests have been on athletes.Michigan State announced it conducted testing on 38 athletes Monday, with three positives. None of the three people had taken part in workouts in the last two weeks. Three additional athletes will need to quarantine for 14 days, since they are roommates of the positive individuals. There were also 27 athletic department staff members who were tested July 13, with one person testing positive. The school said the staff member does not work with the programs back on campus and had no exposure to athletes.___Southeastern Conference schools will honor the scholarships of athletes who opt not to participate in fall competition because of concerns about COVID-19.The league announced the decision Friday, saying the athletes will remain in good standing with their team. SEC’s Presidents and Chancellors voted unanimously on the issue based on a recommendation of the league’s athletic directors. If replacement teams cannot be lined up, the Cardinals would now open the season by hosting Wyoming on Sept. 26. Ball State still has eight league games on the schedule, too.___ Five more baseball players tested positive for COVID-19 in the past week, raising the total to 80 since testing started in late June.Major League Baseball and the players’ association said six of 10,548 samples were new positives in the week ending Thursday, a rate of 0.05%. In addition to players, one staff member tested positive.The week included a five-day span with no new positive tests. Including the initial intake screening that started in late June, 93 of of 21,701 samples have resulted in new positives, a rate of 0.4%. The positives included 80 players and 13 staff members. Guarani was scheduled to play Guaireña on Saturday and 12 de Octubre was to play Sol de America.Club executives are expected to meet later in the day to discuss whether other matches will go forward.Paraguay has done comparatively well in combating the virus. Only 27 people in the country of almost 7 million residents have died with the virus of about 3,300 infected.___Sporting events in England could be opened up to spectators starting in October. No fans have been allowed at stadiums since sports resumed in the country in June after a three-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says “from October we intend to bring back audiences in stadia … in a COVID-secure way subject to the successful outcome of pilots.”___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more