The bizarre moment when a player tries to tackle his opponent by throwing a spare ball at his feet while the Macedonian First League collision drops into the air when defender is SENT for his tactics
- Macedonian First League witnessed a bizarre tactic to stop the opposition last week
- Ploy played a match between Makedonija Gjorce Petrov and Akademija Pandev
- Stefan Kostov tried to throw his opponent by throwing a free ball at his feet
The Macedonian First League witnessed a bizarre tactic to stop the opposition last week.
The unusual trick took place in the match between Makedonija Gjorce Petrov and Akademija Pandev.
A player tried to attack his opponent by throwing a spare ball at his feet in the collision last Sunday.
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sent for his attempt to repel the opposition by trying to hit the ball.
Makedonija Gjorce Petrov made a quick throw-in with a player who had released the left wing.
But when he slowed down, Stefan Kostov threw the ball at his feet and knocked the ball away.
The referee stopped the meeting and showed a red card to Akademija Pandev & # 39; s Kostov for his actions.
Makedonija Gjorce Petrov won the match 1 -0 thanks to a stop-time winner.
& # 39; From Champions League ball boy to Champions League player & # 39 ;: Mason Mount's father throws a backlash from the midfielder on the field side for confronting Chelsea with Bayern Munich
- Mason Mount is broken into the first team in Chelsea this campaign
- His father Tony is clearly proud of his performance with Mount & # 39; s boyhood team
- He placed a throwback snap of Mount as a ballboy on a Champions League night
Like any player who plays the first team, football on the highest level, Mason Mount had a long journey.
He was accompanied on that road by the people around him, including his father, Tony, before he broke the first team on Chelsea this campaign.
It is therefore no surprise that Tony Mount is proud that his son regularly plays for Chelsea and he proved that he posted on Twitter in a throwback snap on Tuesday.
Mount Sr has uploaded two photos of Mount – with one of them a piece of cake on the side of the field during a Champions League match in Chelsea.
The other photo is of Mount these days, now that he has reached the first team in Chelsea and is probably playing for them against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
Tony added a caption to the photo and wrote: & # 39; From Champions League ball boy to Champions League player & # 39 ;.
He followed that with a quote that reads: & # 39; Stay focused, stay driven & # 39 ;.
The 21-year-old is likely to act against the German giants after an impressive performance in the Spurs game at the weekend.
UD Ibiza-bag group academy ball boys after racist video showing Sporting Gijon B & # 39; s Cuban goalie Christian Joel an & # 39; immigrant & # 39; names after competition match
- Christian Joel became the victim of racist abuse by some UD Ibiza ball boys
- The goalkeeper of Sporting Gijon B, originating from Cuba, became a & # 39; immigrant & # 39; called
- According to Marca, the ball boys also stole his hoody during the warm-up on Sunday
Spanish third grade UD Ibiza has confirmed they have a number of ball boys expelled from the club academy after feeling a racist video on social media for sportsman Gijon B. goalkeeper Christian Joel.
Spanish newspaper Marca reported that the ball boys had taken the hoody that belonged to Cuban player Joel while the goalkeeper was warming up for Sunday's 1-0 loss to the Balearic Island team.
Later that afternoon the goalkeeper received messages on social media from the ball boys, who were seen laughing and giving him an & # 39; immigrant & # 39 ;.
UD Ibiza fired a number of ball boys after feeling a racist video on social media against Sporting Gijon B goalkeeper Christian Joel (photo) not on Sunday) called him an & # 39; immigrant & # 39;
It led to Ibiza taking action. "There is no other alternative than for our club to expel these guys from the Academy with immediate effect and completely," the club said in a statement on Sunday.
"Ibiza is a sports entity formed by people with vastly different backgrounds, languages and upbringing.
& # 39; Here we work so that football is a meeting place and a place where everyone can get along , in which this king of conduct must be punished, reported and eliminated at the root. & # 39;
Ibiza, who was barely lost from Barcelona in the Copa del Rey earlier this year, is currently second in their regionalized Segunda B-table in the third level of Spanish football.
& # 39; Ibiza is a sporting entity formed by people with vastly different backgrounds, languages and upbringing & # 39 ;, the club announced in a statement after evicting their academy ball boys
George Ford accidentally slaps a cheering fan in the face as he kicks the ball in after England & # 39; s Six Nations defeat of Ireland in Twickenham … and then drives off in celebration!
England defeated Ireland with their physical approach on Sunday but it wasn't just the visitors who left Twickenham with some bruises to show it.
Attempts by George Ford, Elliot Daly and Luke Cowan-Dickie pushed England to victory in what was their first home-grown match since before last year Rugby World Cup .
Ford & # 39; s attempt gave England a 5-0 lead in the first half and his celebrations would accidentally have an older fan a bit drowsy made.
After touchi shot to score, at the expense of the error of the Irish captain Johnny Sexton, Ford shot the ball into the stands.
However, the fly-half & # 39; s point hit the jubilant supporter in the face instead.
The unfortunate and accidental incident did not dampen his mind while he kept cheering – he gave the players two thumbs before checking his mouth.
A fan on Twitter went to the social media platform to gain insight into the situation. & # 39; George Ford celebrates # rugbyenergy & # 39 ;, wrote @ tgjackson93 after nailing the old guy in the red jacket.
England rose to second place in the Guinness Six Nations table after Sunday's result. Speaking after the game, Jones claimed that his match was so dominant in their victory that they could have explained during the break.
It was a display that had shades of the Rugby World Cup knockout wins against Australia and New Zealand as last fall and Jones warned Wales and Italy that his team had extra gears for the final two rounds.
& # 39; We played with a lot of control. We read the circumstances well, the referee read well, and at half-time, if it was a cricket game, we could have explained, & Jones said.
& # 39; We are building. I was wrong with the preparation of the French game and apologized for that.
& # 39; There is much more to come. We played hard in the first 40 minutes, probably our foot picked up a bit in the second half, but Ireland always intended to get a ball. & # 39;
& # 39; It's hard to play with & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blames Europa League BALL because he & # 39; light & # 39; is after Manchester United is held in Club Brugge
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said the Europa League ball was flat against Club Brugge
- Manchester United thanked Anthony Martial for saving a tie in Belgium
- Japanese manufacturer Molten offers the game balls in the Europa League
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the condition of the Europa League ball and believes that Manchester United and Club Brugge have impeded to play during their stalemate in the first leg of their 32-round round.
Emmanuel Dennis put Club Brugge on a dream start after catching the normally reliable Sergio Romero well out of position, but Anthony Martial took advantage of a mistake to silence the tired Jan Breydel stadium and seal to lay a 1-1 draw.
That out-goal means that United has the upper hand on their way to Old Trafford for the second leg of this final 32 tie, which makes Solskjaer generally happy.
But the United boss was ni he is overly satisfied with the Europa League ball – which is supplied by the Japanese manufacturer M olten on match days – against the Belgian leaders on a wet and windy night in Bruges.
& # 39; It was a difficult game against a well-organized team in difficult circumstances, & # 39; he said. "I don't think it was one of the best games anyone has seen.
" A bit sloppy in terms of concentration, but the conditions with the field and the ball make it difficult.
& # 39; It's just different and hard to play with, & # 39; Solskjaer said about the ball. & # 39; You can get one and try it! It is light.
& # 39; But of course it's the same for the two teams. But the circumstances were not nice, the wind and the rain.
& # 39; But anyway, strange goals for both teams. We scored their throw-in and a long kick through the middle, so lack of concentration probably from both teams there.
& # 39; We had to make everyone part of the team (so I made changes), gave those games.
& # 39; We now have so many games, so we got a away game, we got a draw. We're going home next week, so hopefully we can finish the job. & # 39;
Solskjaer hopes Thursday for better football on his part – and in an ideal world for a better ball.
Fortunately, Martial concentrated when Brandon Mechele inexplicably dropped the smashed Maxim De Cuyper, with the United forward speed and power to race before he defeated former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
& # 39; It was a charity today, & Solskjaer said. & # 39; He wasn't really in the game before he scored the goal.
& # 39; We didn't create enough or made enough points to make room for Anthony and it was a frustrating night for him until then.
& # 39; Then (a) charity and then he gets a good chance with his left foot, good blow, well saved by Mignolet. & # 39;
That second chance hit the post, but United should have fought a tough fight from the start in the eyes of Club Brugge head coach Philippe Clement.
Before defeating Romero with a clumsy effort, the video assistant referee assessed a third-minute challenge from the Argentinian international on Dennis in the box.
& # 39; For me, it is a clear punishment & # 39 ;, said Clement. "When I see the images and in some countries it is a red card, if you go with two feet forward against someone's leg, it is a red card.
" All circumstances must go your way if you I'm going to beat United and tonight we didn't get that.
Manchester United players smoke after Club Brugge scored goal starting with ball rolling at goal kick … but Owen Hargreaves blames Sergio Romero for coming offline and claims that & # 39; clear and obvious error & # 39 ; in defense was
- Manchester United has grooved a soft opener home awarded by Emmanuel Dennis
- United granted just seconds after attacking the other side of the field
- ] United players thought the goal should not have stood because the ball was rolling at goal kick
Manchester United players were left smoking after conceding a soft opening goal in their 1-1 draw at Club Brugge on Thursday night.
United went down 1-0 when Emmanuel Dennis came straight to the goal from a goal kick and lobed Sergio Romero who had hurried to collect the ball.
A few seconds earlier, United was on the attack before Nemanja Matic tried and failed to win a corner kick at the corner flag.
Matic thought that United should have been given a corner, but Bruges goalkeeper Simon Mignolet took a quick goal kick that allowed Dennis to score freely.
In the aftermath of the goal, United players then completed the ball rolling when Mignolet hit his goal kick, but the goal was allowed to stand.
BT Sports expert Owen Hargreaves was defensive of United & # 39; s complaints and said that their defense and Romero had failed for the purpose.
He said: & # 39; [The] first goal, Matic tries a corner and doesn't get it One quick long ball, the field is wet, Romero cannot get off his line there, United was disorganized and paid the price.
& # 39; I don't know why they didn't use VAR to judge the tackle on Matic at the corner, but the error is clear and obvious the defense of United.
& # 39; Romero is too far from his line, if he stays on his line, Bruges may not score. Young Dennis is a goal scorer, we saw that against Real Madrid. & # 39;
BT Sport expert and former Manchester United striker Robin van Persie was equally devastating about the first half of United in Belgium.
& # 39; Bruges played really well in the first 35 minutes, should have been 2 or 3 zero. United looked flat and sloppy, they are lucky to still be in the game. They received a gift for the purpose.
& # 39; United has not created much, I think they were wrong positionally, they were sloppy. & # 39;
Fortunately for United, a brilliant goal from Anthony Martial, who saw him robbing the Bruges defender before he dribbled on goal and finished them an equalizer shortly before halftime.
The side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer improved in the second period but could not find a second goal, although a 1-1 draw left them in a strong position for the second leg at Old Trafford.
& # 39; That boy has been West Ham & # 39; s best defender tonight & # 39 ;: Ballboy from Manchester City comforted by staff when he accidentally controlled the ball before it came out after a headstrong shot Sergio Aguero
- A ball boy from Manchester City accidentally intervened too early on Wednesday
- He checked the ball before it left the game and returned it to the players
- The referee had to blow up and give a drop ball because of the foul
- City finally won the match at Etihad Stadium with 2-0 against West Ham
Sergio Aguero took a shot that flew in the direction of the corner flag during the 2-0 victory and the boy was overly enthusiastic as he ran to collect the ball.
He played it back to Hammer's goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski – but the ball had not yet left the field.
Referee Kevin Friend then had to give a drop ball and tell the players what had happened because they had not seen him intervene.
There was a clear expression of shock from the ball boy, who realized that he had made a mistake.
But an employee of the city ran to him and comforted him as he patted him on the shoulder.
Social media fans offered him a lot of sympathy, along with some jokes.
@EdFordy wrote: & # 39; Cityball boy got a better touch than most (from) our side & # 39 ;.
Sam-I-am tweet: & # 39; That ball boy just broke my little heart @ManCity. Please let him see mistakes happening and that's okay. & # 39;
& # 39; That ball boy is the best West Ham defender to date & # 39 ;, wrote @CharlburyBaggie.
While @TheCynicalSoul said: & FAILING AGAIN !! Must have been a definitive red card for that ball boy, at least yellow & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It can be quite hostile … we can use it to our advantage & # 39 ;: Wales Lock Jake Ball warns inexperienced side of France that they are ready to take advantage of the Cardiff atmosphere for their Six Nations campaign to get back on track
- Wales is determined to inflict a first defeat against Six Nations 2020 on France
- The visitors to Cardiff have so far been undefeated after the victories of England and Italy
- Wayne Pivac's side would like to have experience counting against young opponents
Les Bleus have been unbeaten in the tournament so far after victories against England and Italy at home.
But since 2010, the Welsh have not lost any more in France in their capital – and since 2017 no-one anymore – so the youngsters of Fabien Galthie warned of a tough test.
Lock Jake Ball said: “It is a great place to play, but it can also be quite hostile and we can use that to benefit or r .
& # 39; They have two home games, two wins, but this is the first away game, so it's the opportunity for us to put them under pressure.
& # 39; When you & # 39; you don't hear the crowd en masse on the field.
& # 39; Sometimes during those important moments of the game, when there is a break in the game, maybe a penalty kick to the corner, you hear it and you feel that energy. There is no doubt that it is an advantage.
& You are extremely proud of playing at home. Every time you put on the shirt, you feel proud and know what it's like when you lose a game, you don't leave the house, it's a terrible feeling.
& # 39; So only the feeling you have to win and the pleasure you get from it is a huge part of why I play the game. & # 39;
Wales only lost back-to-back Six Nations games under Warren Gatland three times, so with the new man Wayne Pivac in the lead they hope to show similar resilience after their loss to Ireland.
& # 39; The core of the team is the same, there have not been many changes, & Ball added.
& # 39; So we all die to have a great win over the weekend and train like that. We had a very good day today and we are being pumped up for France at the weekend. & # 39;
REVEALED: Adidas' official match ball from the Champions League knockout stages becomes the & # 39; Istanbul 20 & # 39; and has a hand-drawn MAP of the host city that will organize the final
- ] Adidas & # 39; s new ball for the Champions League is used in the knockout phase
- It will be used in every match in the run-up to the final at the Ataturk Stadium
- Paris Saint-Germain players trained with the ball on Monday evening in Dortmund
- Ball & # 39; s design features famous Istanbul features such as Bosphorus
The road to the Champions League final in Istanbul is becoming increasingly clear, but in case some teams get lost, it may be worth watching the ball.
Not only from a sports point of view, but also from a logistics point of view. UEFA has unveiled a unique matchball design that will be used in the final of the year.
The ball is the & # 39; Istanbul 20 & # 39; mentioned, of course, the year and location of the final, and it has a hand map of the historic Turkish city where the event will take place on May 30 at the Ataturk Stadium.
The ball made by adidas will not only be used for the occasion, as it will also occur with every hit -out match on the way to the final starting with the last 16 games of Tuesday-evening between Atletico Madrid and Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund against Paris Saint-Germain.
However, the players have already got a feel for the new ball with PSG training at the Westfalen Stadium in Dortmund on Monday.
Kylian Mbappe and Neymar were among the stars who received their first few touches, because they hope to guide the French champions to a first leg advantage in Germany.
Regarding the balls finer details UEFA claims that it emphasizes the deep cul of Istanbul art, the white stars are placed in contrast with a hand-printed map of the city.
The Bosphorus, a natural waterway that flows through the city, is in the center of the ball. The striking purple color palette is inspired by the setting sun over the river from east to west.
The ball is equipped with the latest Adidas technology that they claim will help stars at their best.
Textured coating provides secure grip and complete control, while the thermally bonded star panels provide a seamless surface for improved first touch.
Essex-younger Dan Lawrence sings with the bat and the ball while England Lions Down Under roar
- The Essex off-spinner took three wickets in four balls and ended with four for 28
- Then, with 35 runs, he weighed the bat to claim man-of-the-match
- The tourists chased the 180 goal of a Cricket Australia XI
Essex & # 39; s occasional off-spinner ended with four for 28 – and then weighed in with 35 runs with the bat to claim the man-of-the-match award.
The tourists chased the 180-run target set by saving a Cricket Australia XI with nine overs in Carrara, Queensland.
Also prominent in making it two victories of two for the Lions was Durham & # 39; s Brydon Carse, who reduced numbers from 2/2/17-3 and then entered an undefeated 19th.
& # 39; It's great to have another win under our belt in what was pretty challenging conditions, with the threat of bad weather, which means we were against during our pursuit, "Lawrence said
"These first two wins give us great confidence in the rest of the one. -day series, which shows that we can perform at all stages of the game and adapt to the competition situation. & # 39;
England & # 39; s second series plays eight games Down Under and will compete against a recent trend such tours, face an Australia A team with nine full internationals in their first class competition in Melbourne from February 22-25.
Moises Henriques leads a team with 2019 Ashes stars Marcus Harris, Usman Khawaja and James Pattinson.
Former schoolboy in Leeds Josh Inglis – who moved to Australia as a teenager – is one of three uncapped players.