Four-time gold medalist Laura Kenny CRASHES while British cyclist is bleeding and bruised at the World Cycling Championships just a month after breaking her shoulder
- Laura Kenny crashed at the World Track Cycling Championships in Berlin
- The Briton said it was a & # 39; risk & # 39; was when she broke her shoulder last month
- Reports of the crash detail of how she was left with & # 39; a cut under her eye & # 39; of it
Laura Kenny was left with a bloody face after a crash in the omnium scratch race at the track cycling world championships.
The most successful female Olympian in Great Britain was eliminated just before the last 30 laps and left a nasty cut on her right eye.
] Kenny was immediately tested for concussion, calling into question her participation in the rest of Friday's omnium.
The four-time Olympic gold medalist broke her shoulder at a World Cup competition in Canada last month and she admitted that her return to the World Championships was a risk.
Kenny landed on the same right she fell on a month and it is unknown if she caused any further damage to her shoulder, she saw the British team doctor laughing when she rose again.
The British rider finished fourth in the scratch race on Wednesday and then rode in the Chase the ladies' team on Thursday before making way for the final, which lost Britain to claiming silver from the US
The scratchrace of Friday was the first of four events in the omnium, with Kenny hoping to win a second medal here in Berlin.
The Dutch Kirsten Wild was relegated to cause the crash, in which Kenny and four other riders were eliminated.
A bloody Kenny could get up again, but the Mexican rider Lizbeth Salazar was taken away on a stretcher.
Cardiff & # 39; s Leandro Bacuna tries to grumble & # 39; teammate Callum Paterson & # 39; s eye & # 39; s after the final whistle in 1-0 loss for Nottingham Forest
- They had to be separated by their teammates after clashing heads at full time
- But Cardiff manager Neil Harris finished the incident and said it & # 39; passion & # 39; was
- The 42-year-old added: & # 39; In the heat of the moment I have no problem with that & # 39;
Nottingham Forest & # 39; s play-off boosting 1-0 win over Cardiff City was followed by a nasty collision between Cardiff & Callum Paterson and Leandro Bacuna, where the latter seemed to rush the eye of his teammate to the final whistle.
The couple had to be separated by their teammates after clashing full time to complete a gloomy evening for the home team.
Cardiff manager Neil Harris played the incident as & # 39; passion & # 39 ;.
He said: & # 39; I have no problems with that in the heat of the moment. I have no complaints about passion at all. They came to cuddle in the dressing room. & # 39;
Elsewhere, Derby & # 39; s bleak spout continued against an inspired QPR side. Rangers are now unbeaten in four and have won 2-1 with goals from defender Grant Hall and Ilias Chair who lift the first half of Martyn Waghorn & # 39; s equalizer. Waghorn header within 10 minutes.
QPR made the side street their missed opportunities with 15 minutes ago, seat ended a quick break-away.
Only the bottom two, Barnsley and Luton, have taken fewer points on the road than Derby.
Elsewhere, Brentford and Bristol City gave up the ground for a place in the top six and lost 2- 1 away from home to Luton Town and Huddersfield respectively.
Flick, who turns 55 this week, was treated to a choir from & # 39; Happy Birthday & # 39 ;, and there was good news when Leon Goretzka returned to training after picking up a knock at the end from last week.
But in the midst of good cheer – it is carnival season in the south and west Germany – Bayern has an eye on the problems of the past when they go to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.
There is a recent past – a somewhat manic performance one ended at the bottom of the Paderborn table in which several players made no impression and only a late Robert Lewandowski strike struck three points.
And then of course there is the distant past. The last time Chelsea and Bayern met was in the final of the Champions League. That fateful night in May 2012, when Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Co. Bavarian dreams were destroyed to be crowned kings of Europe in their own stadium.
Much has changed in both clubs in the eight years since, and Bayern remains a side in the transition while the 2012 class continues to fade into history. They go to the second round draw as wary favorites, aware that Chelsea can be the banana skin that makes the mood bad and plunges them back into a crisis. turvy season.
After a turbulent but ultimately successful year, even a domestic double wasn't enough for Niko Save Kovac & # 39; s skin when the squad imploded against him and his government in the fall. He left after a humiliating 5-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt with Bayern in fourth place, six points lower than the leaders.
Since then, the Flick factor has fired the champions back to the top of the Bundesliga. The former right hand of Joachim Loew, Hansi Flick, was initially assumed to be a stopover until the end of the calendar year, but is now being talked about as a long-term solution.
Flick has fired struggling stars such as Thomas Muller again and this week was praised by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge as & # 39; the Bayern philosophy & reduced # 39 ;, with the Bayern CEO comparing him to Louis Van Gaal, Jupp Heynckes and Pep Guardiola.
He certainly plays a more elaborate style of football, and a more successful one, with 13 wins in 16 games since taking the lead in November.
Champions League ambitions
Still Flick & # 39; s future in the Bayern dugout can still depend mainly on how Bayern is doing in the Champions League.
At Munich Airport, Rummenigge spoke to reporters on Monday about the & # 39; significant international expectations & # 39; at the club. Translated from Bayern-speak, it means that Flick is expected to go far in Europe after last season's second round to Liverpool.
Their first task will be to make sure they get away with an away match against Chelsea. Apart from the defeat itself, it was the negative football that Bayern played against Liverpool, furious both players and bosses.
Star striker Lewandowski was one of the many players who after that band strongly criticized Kovac, and this year, he is determined to take his team forward.
& # 39; I still believe that one day we will play in the Champions League final and win it & # 39 ;, Lewandowski told the Guardian last week. The Pole still wins the biggest prize in Europe and has, despite its relentless scores, often released spaces for Bayern in the final stages of the tournament.
Amidst all the exits of the semi-finals, quarter-finals and second round of the last ten years, it is the 2012 final that still smartest for Bayern, and that should give the procedure of Tuesday some extra spice.
Several players from the 2012 vintage still play important roles in today's Bayern, including Muller, Manuel Neuer and David Alaba.
They all tried to downplay the meaning of meeting Chelsea again.
& # 39; We don't necessarily have to talk about it & # 39 ;, Neuer stonily tol d reporters, while Muller insisted it had nothing to do this week & # 39; with the game.
But former President Uli Hoeness, who previously described the 2012 nightmare as worse than the dramatic defeat against Manchester United in the 1999 Final, set a different tone.
& # 39; We need to make up for something here & # 39 ;, Hoeness said Monday.
Bild may have arranged a piece entitled "Why Bayern no longer needs to fear Chelsea" this week, but it is safe to say that in Bavaria itself the old guard is making that mistake won't make anymore.
Although there is still a core of veterans in this Bayern team, the current harvest is perhaps also the most unknown Bayern side of the latter a few years.
People such as Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Mats Hummels and Rafinha were the last year to leave, leaving more room for precocious youngsters and new constellations.
One of Kovac's main successes in Bayern was the creation of unger players such as Serge Gnabry and Niklas Sule in the first team, and Flick has continued that work.
While Sule is still injured, Gnabry showed his quality in the 7-2 demolition of Tottenham earlier this season, and Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies – whose father is a Chelsea fan – has also become a major player as a winger and part-time full-back.
The young people have largely impressed the new acquisitions this season. Alvaro Odriozola and Philippe Coutinho have so far been both overwhelming, while the signing of the record Lucas Hernandez is only now returning from a long injury.
Inter Milan & # 39; eye Anthony Martial or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to replace Lautaro Martinez & # 39; if Barcelona succeeds with a € 150 million bid for Luis Suarez replacement
- Inter Milan looks at movements for Anthony Martial or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
- The Italian club plans to replace Barcelona-linked Lautaro Martinez
- Inter-boss Antonio Conte has looked at the Prime Minister's League before signing before
Inter Milan will watch Premier League attackers Anthony Martial of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as replacement for Lautaro Martinez, who is expected to sign for this summer for Barcelona .
Mercurial Argentine Martinez is said to be the long term as the long term replacement for Luis Suarez by the Catalan club and a € 150 million move is on the map, according to Tuttosport .
With Inter becoming increasingly anxious that their sterman will leave San Siro this summer, they are already planning to replace him, with Manchester United striker Martial and Arsenal Captain Aubameyang on the list , according to The Mirror .
Inter Milan was able to make a move for Manchester United striker Anthony Martial
this summer. ]
Inter-boss Antonio Conte has watched the Premier League several times for his signing sessions after completing deals for Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Christian Eriksen, Ashley Young and Victor Moses this season.
Martial has scored 14 goals for United this season but has been criticized during hello s inconsistent spell at Old Trafford since joining a teenager for a blockbuster in 2015.
Aubameyang recently became captain of the Arsenal club but his long-term future at the club has been questioned as he gets stuck on contract talks amid reports that he wants to return to playing Champions League football.
Inter could offer that for the Gabon international, in contrast to Arsenal, who is in 11th place in the Premier League and has been absent for three seasons in Europe & # 39; s top club competition.
RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner is reportedly also on the list of options for Inter, while Dries Mertens and Olivier Giroud, who both have contracts that expire in the summer, also act as candidates are recommended.
Barcelona striker Suarez has had five successful seasons with the Catalan club, won four La Liga titles and lifted the Champions League in 2015, but at the age of 33 it can be difficult to compete in the coming years to shoot at the highest level.
Courtney Lawes nurses a BIG shiner on his right eye after training collision … while England lock promises a fierce Six Nations fight with Ireland
- Courtney Lawes takes care of a pretty nasty black eye for game Ireland
- The attacker in England had a collision during training but is still fit to play
- Lawyers laughed at the blue place out & # 39; it's just a shout after training
- The Saints lock expects a physical battle with Grand Slam that haunts Ireland
Courtney Lawes provided a large shiner as he promised Ireland a fierce battle in advance when England strives to speed up their Guinness Six Nations pursuit on Sunday.
The right eye of the law was almost closed due to extensive bruises sustained during a collision in training on Thursday but the Northampton lock-cum-flanker insists that it is ready for a crucial collision in Twickenham.
& # 39; It's just a boo & # 39 ;, said Lawes during the press conference on the eve of the match captain.
& Nothing is too crazy .. It's all fine … just a collision, my head on something, not sure
& # 39; I hope it will drop a bit tomorrow. It's okay – I got through today so I was fine. & # 39;
Ireland haunts the Grand Slam after winning victories against Scotland and Wales, but England has collected 89 points in two emphatic victories over their old rival n last year.
& # 39; We expect quite a physical struggle. They have a really good package up front, a big package, so that's a big area for us to show and show that we want it, "said Lawes.
" We want to go out and get to them. I'm really looking forward to it. & # 39;
& # 39; Don't hurt my father! & # 39 ;: Tyson Fury & # 39; s daughter Venezuela left in TEARS while she saw her father suffer from the horrific cut that required 47 stitches during the Otto Wallin fight. .. as new documentary shows that the gypsy king is then rushed to the hospital
- The family of Tyson Fury reacts in horror while watching his fight against Otto Wallin
- Gypsy King got a deep cut over his eye that required 47 stitches
- Footage shows his children watching in tears while he boxed Wallin with blood
- Fury's new documentary shows him being taken to hospital in an ambulance
- Episode two of Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King is out Sent on February 20 at 9 p.m. on ITV1
Tyson Fury had inserted & # 39; gauze & # 39; in a terrible cut above his eye that needed 47 stitches … but it didn't affect spruce for Deontay Wilder's showdown
- Tyson Fury fought past Otto Wallin for unanimous decision to win in his last fight
- He suffered terrible wounds on his eyebrow and eyelid but managed to continue
- & # 39; Gypsy King & # 39; has revealed that he had inserted gauze to ensure that wound was sealed
Tyson Fury had a & # 39; mesh inserted & # 39; in the horrible cut above his eye after the fight with Otto Wallin.
The & # 39; Gypsy King & # 39; came through to win a unanimous point decision in his last fight, but had to overcome the worst injury of his career.
After the competition, he had 47 stitches to close the wound and the man Jacob & # 39; Stitch & # 39; Duran, told how Fury had been refurbished.
He told VegasInsider: & # 39; Tyson has inserted a mesh web into his soft tissue where the cut is to strengthen it.
& # 39; When you place a web on something, it is only that extra support. But when I first met Tyson, we went over the cuts and I immediately saw that the surgeon who did the job did a great job.
& # 39; Technology is reaching a point where it is constantly improving.
& # 39; The benefits are that you protect it while you also have natural healing. I would think that the tissue in the tissue will grow, so now you have an extra layer that will all fit into one. & # 39;
Deontay Wilder has talked about opening the cut this Saturday in the rematch with Fury.
But Duran further said that there were no problems with this in the run-up to the huge confrontation this weekend.
& # 39; The cut has not affected Tyson's sparring at all. The first time I started putting on Vaseline, he said no one had set it up like his brother did – so that was an honor for me.
& # 39; But you want to protect everyone the area, not just the cut. You just want to protect your entire face at all times. & # 39;
Liverpool & # 39; eye £ 31.5 million summer ship for Milot Rashica … while club scouts send to see Werder Bremen midfielder and Timo Werner in action & # 39; in Jurgen Klopp raid on the Bundesliga
Werder Bremen midfielder Milot Rashica has caught the attention of Liverpool
- ] Jurgen Klopp is also interested in Red Bull Leipzig forward Timo Werner
- Rashica reportedly has a £ 31.5m release clause if the Reds
- Werder Bremen midfielder Milot Rashica has caught the attention of Liverpool
- ] Jurgen Klopp is also interested in Red Bull Leipzig forward Timo Werner
- Rashica reportedly has a £ 31.5m release clause if the Reds
Jurgen Klopp is also interested in Red Bull Leipzig. ]
Liverpool currently scouting Werder Bremen midfielder Milot Rashica with a view to a summer move of £ 31.5 million.
The 23-year-old, who is a Kosovo international, made an impression this season in the Bundesliga and scored seven goals in 18 league games.
Jurgen Klopp looks at the best Bundesliga talent and in addition to RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner, Rashica has now emerged as another player who is sharply watched by the scouting department of Liverpool, according to the German outlet Bild .
MILOT RASHICA IN 2019-20
- Performances: 21
- Objectives: 10
- Assisted: 4
- Yellow cards: 2
Statistics in all competitions according to Transfermarkt
The report notes that Rashica has a squeeze-out clause from Werder Bremen has € 38 million, should the waiting Premier League continue. with a summer movement.
Rashica moved from Dutch side to Vitesse Arnhem in January 2018, with a contract until 2022.
In 2016, he switched national teams from Albania to Kosovo, and will play a role in the next month 2020 play-offs.
Meanwhile, Oliver Mintzlaff, CEO of RB Leipzig, has insisted that Werner be happy with the club and focus on the rest of the season, despite constant speculation that connects him with a move to Liverpool.
Werner currently has a £ 1945 million release clause in his contract in Leipzig, but it is scheduled to expire in April and could force European champions to move quickly.
Mintzlaff, however, is over Werner focuses solely on helping Leizpig succeed this season while denyi that the reds made contact during a move.
& # 39; We hear these reports all the time & # 39 ;, Mintzlaff told Transfermarkt after Leizpig's 3-0 win over Werder Bremen on Saturday.
& # 39; Someone comes up with something and everyone copies it. Werner is happy here and wants to play the rest of the season. & # 39;
Manchester United & # 39; eye ANOTHER large-scale raid on Leicester City & # 39; as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer & # 39; suddenly pray & # 39; for England starlet James Maddison
- Manchester United is reportedly planning an offer for Leicester & James Maddison
- The creative midfielder stands out since he signed from Norwich last year
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sees Maddison as the ideal fit for his ideal fit. new look United side
- Gareth Southgate could include Maddison in the England squad later this week
The Red Devils have already picked up one of the Foxes star assets in Harry Maguire, who arrived in Old Trafford for £ 80 million this summer.
And according to The Mirror Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to go on a shopping trip to the King Power, this time to recruit 22-year-old Maddison.
The Leicester playmaker has attracted attention since he arrived from Norwich for £ 20 million a summer; mainly due to the lack of creative English No. 10.
The form of Maddison seems to give him a call to the English team this week, while Gareth Southgate is preparing for qualifications for the European Championship against Bulgaria and Kosovo .
Southgate was in Bramall Lane on Saturday to watch Maddison during Leicester's 2-1 win over Sheffield United. For Solskjaer, Maddison fits in perfectly with the new identity he is trying to introduce to United; recruiting young, hungry and enthusiastic British talent.
The arrival of Maguire in Old Trafford followed that of the highly coveted right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka and the international Daniel James in Wales. The report reports that United will make a bid for the Leicester player in January.
Fox Coach Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to Maddison in the midst of a conversation about a call from England earlier this week.
He said: & If you look at talent, players who are hungry and coachable, it fits into that mold.
& # 39; England has many very talented players. However, he is the one who will surely see Gareth that [work ethic and ability] in his game and how he has a real talent to succeed.
& # 39; Many players say they want to be the best they can be, but they are the last in training and gone first. So what they want to be is not matched by taking the trouble. He is a man who does everything he can.
& # 39; Everyone talks about his set pieces, but it does not happen by accident. Every day he will spend extra time on them, the quality he has with his delivery is sensational. He has faith when he puts the work in it. & # 39;
French frenzy: Thibaut Pinot & # 39; s team in check at Ineos while they have an eye for emotional home victory during the Tour de France
- Bernard Hinault was the last Frenchman to take the Tour de France won in 1985
- Lotto-Soudal & Caleb Ewan won Tuesday stage 16 of the Tour de France
- Geraint Thomas conquered a small crash to maintain second place overall
- Ewan stopped Elia Viviani and Dylan Groenewegen at the end of the 177 km stage
- Defending champion Thomas hit the deck with about 130 km to go the stage
There is a reluctance in France to advance set how the scenes on the Champs-Elysées can be compared to the night of the 1998 World Cup Final when a Frenchman rolls yellow to Paris on Sunday.
& # 39; It will be crazy & # 39 ;, said Philippe Mauduit, the sportif director of the FDJ team with the favorite, Thibaut Pinot. "But then the French are crazy."
For more than two decades, they have not been fond of & # 39; the world's largest bicycle race. Too many doping conflicts, dating from the 1998 Festina scandal, and the absence of a champion since Bernard Hinault in 1985 has had an impact. "There has been much dissatisfaction with the race," a prominent French journalist said this week.
But the efforts of first Julian Alaphilippe and then Pinot have caught the attention of a nation quickly rediscovering its love for the sport.
When the peloton climbed the Tourmalet last weekend, the Tour had a 50 percent share in the French television audience. By the time Pinot fled from the main contenders to enter the stage, it was up to 60 percent.
Pinot & # 39; s team bosses, namely Mauduit and flying-up Marc Madiot, do their best to manage expectations when three brutal days in the Alps are yet to come this week and bad luck can play its part.
It was not until Tuesday that Geraint Thomas was reminded of how precarious life in the peloton could be when he took a corner with a hand off the wheel and hit the deck. He escaped with a nasty cut in his knee and followed leader Julian Alaphilippe with 1min 35sec, with Pinot 15sec further back.
Wat Mauduit and Ma diot could not withstand a comparison between the & # 39; Latin & # 39; French and & # 39; Anglo-Saxon & # 39; Team Ineos in the way they approach the Tour. In their opinion, and it was clearly an excavation, the team previously known as Sky has steamed & # 39; their opponents in recent years & # 39; while Pinot and Alaphilippe attack with style and flair.
& # 39; That is really cycling, & # 39; Mauduit said. & # 39; Cyclists like it. Everyone hates it when a team leads the way and drops everyone with the steamroller. Everyone hates that because it is not spectacular. Everyone wants to see attacks and counterattacks. Thibaut is one of those guys who make things happen, so people love him more.
& # 39; In recent years they (Sky) have been able to do it. Happy for the audience, happy for the show, happy for cycling, they are not now. & # 39;
Madiot added: & # 39; We do not look at the GC in the same way as Anglo-Saxon teams. We are a Latin team. Latin teams are offensive, while Anglo-Saxon teams are more about managing efforts, measuring, calculating, managing. Pinot for example, he is more about emotion than about action. & # 39;
Emotions rose as high as the temperatures on Tuesday. Caleb Ewan won the sprint – his second stage win of the Tour – because the teams had almost no water left. Peter Sagan complained that the riders need more protection, warning that it & # 39; suicide & # 39; if they have to withstand such conditions in the Alps.
It promises to be hot again on Wednesday for a bumpy stage to Gap. Fortunately, the temperatures are due to a fall, which is just as good for France, given Pinot's problems with the heat in the past.