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The source of the first goal was former Reds winger Stewart Downing, whose inswinging free-kick found James Tomkins at the back post. Tomkins’ header back across the six-yard box was turned goalwards by Reid, whose header went in off Dejan Lovren. Downing seemed determined to impress and danced around Steven Gerrard before Mark Noble darted from left to right and fed Diafra Sakho. The Senegal forward, a summer recruit from Metz, burst into the area and had the audacity to lob the ball over Simon Mignolet into the far corner for his third goal in three games. Aaron Cresswell then tried his luck from 25 yards and Mignolet turned the ball round the post. The closest Liverpool came to the Hammers goal in the opening 20 minutes was when Balotelli attempted to block an Adrian clearance and tangled with the goalkeeper, who kicked out before facing off with the striker. Both men were booked. A frustrated Rodgers hauled off Javier Manquillo for Mamadou Sakho and switched to a back three in an attempt to wrest some of the initiative from Kouyate and Song in midfield. Liverpool struck back when Balotelli pulled down a Jordan Henderson cross from the left and saw his shot blocked by Cresswell. The ball ricocheted to Sterling, who drilled a low first-time volley into the far corner. West Ham continued to press forward and Mignolet turned a Valencia free-kick round the post. Lovren required lengthy treatment after colliding with his team-mate Mamadou Sakho. He initially appeared groggy but returned following a change of shirt, with a heavily bandaged head and after a consultation with the tunnel doctor in compliance with Premier League concussion rules. Mignolet saved from Valencia as the Hammers’ bombardment continued. Adam Lallana replaced Lucas at half-time and tried to tee up Sterling, who dragged his shot wide. Liverpool exerted some more pressure, with Fabio Borini and Balotelli each twice finding shooting space without really testing Adrian. As the visitors pushed forwards gaps in their defence became evident. Diafra Sakho was unable to punish a Skrtel lapse as he lifted the ball over, b ut a third West Ham goal came when they broke and Downing threaded the ball through for substitute Amalfitano to score. Press Association An exquisite lob from Diafra Sakho earned West Ham just a second Premier League win of the season as Liverpool were outplayed in a 3-1 result at Upton Park. West Ham were 2-0 up after seven minutes as Winston Reid headed in before Diafra Sakho exposed the Reds’ defensive inadequacies once more with a stunning chip. Mario Balotelli and Adrian were booked following an altercation after the Liverpool striker’s late tackle on the West Ham goalkeeper, who reacted angrily. Balotelli showed his better side when bringing down the cross which led to Raheem Sterling pulling a goal back for the visitors, but West Ham were by far superior throughout. Liverpool improved in the second half but, in pressing for an equaliser, were vulnerable at the back and Morgan Amalfitano struck a late third. Alexandre Song, on his first start following his loan move from Barcelona, Cheikhou Kouyate, striker Enner Valencia and goalscorer Diafra Sakho were influential for Sam Allardyce’s men, who inflicted Liverpool’s second away loss this calendar year. The Reds’ first came at Manchester City a month ago, but now Brendan Rodgers’ men have lost successive Premier League games for the first time since December following last week’s defeat to Aston Villa. Liverpool are now six points behind leaders Chelsea in the table, having played a game more, while the pressure on Allardyce, in front of his own fans at least, has lessened with a second home win in six matches. Liverpool needed a last-gasp penalty to beat Ludogorets on their Champions League return in midweek, but face a test of their top four credentials this season. The Reds, runners-up last term, were expected to add to West Ham’s misery and inflict a third home loss of the season after Tottenham and Southampton won last month. Liverpool had Martin Skrtel restored following a three-match absence with a knee injury, but a defensive reshuffle was required after 22 minutes, by which time the visitors were already two down.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights Chris Gayle was dismissed for a first ball duck.Rahkeen Cornwall hit his third CPL fifty.This was the second consecutive loss for Jamaica Tallawahs in CPL 2019. New Delhi: The Caribbean Premier League 2019 clash between Jamaica Tallawahs and St Lucia Zouks at Sabina Park, Kingston saw a scary moment involving Andre Russell. In the 14th over of the Jamaica Tallawahs innings, Hardus Viljoen was bowling to Andre Russell. Viljoen’s fifth delivery was a short ball and he cramped Russell for room as the batsman attempted the pull. However, he missed and was hit just near the right ear. The medics rushed out and although Russell was standing, he was wobbly. He walked slowly but he stopped and concern rose. Russell was stretchered off the ground and fans awaited updates. In a statement issued and available on the ICC’s official website, officials later revealed that Russell had been taken to the hospital for a scan. Once given the all clear, he went back to the team hotel to rest and recover. The news was a welcome relief for the fans and it summed up a bad day for Jamaica Tallwahs, who were pegged back by Chris Gayle’s cheap dismissal and an amazing blitz from the six foot five 140 kg giant Rahkeem Cornwall. St Lucia Zouks chose to field and they struck immediately when Obed McCoy sent back Gayle for a first ball duck. It needed an aggressive 22-ball 44 from Rovman Powell and a solid 58 from Glenn Phillips to help Jamaica Tallawahs end on 170/5.Also Read | I am fast bowler, says annoyed Russell after big winIn response, Andre Fletcher and Rahkeem Cornwall decimated the Tallawahs bowling. Fletcher struck a six off Jerome Taylor in the third over while Cornwall hammered two sixes in the same over. Fletcher was dropped by Oshane Thomas off Derval Green and Cornwall made Tallwahs pay with a four and a six. Cornwall also benefited from a life as he was dropped on 36 by Chadwick Walton. The tall all-rounder got to his third CPL fifty with two sixes off George Worker and the carnage continued with a four and two more sixes off Green.Also Read | Happy Birthday Andre Russell – An Avengers fan who is also a Twenty20 superheroShamar Springer ended the 111-run opening stand in the ninth over when he got rid of Cornwall for a brilliant 75 off 30 balls and the knock included four boundaries and eight sixes. However, St Lucia Zouks continued the onslaught with Colin de Grandhomme hammered two fours and one six.Oshane Thomas gave Jamaica Tallawahs some hope as he took two wickets in the 16th over but Fletcher held firm and Thisara Perera sealed the deal with a big six as St Lucia Zouks secured their first win in the 2019 edition of the tournament. However, for both teams, there was relief as Russell was declared fit but his participation for the Tallawahs in their next game against Trinbago Knight Riders is in doubt.
George Morris II and Travon Burke will miss Syracuse’s 3:30 game against North Carolina State on Saturday due to upper-body injuries, SU Athletics announced in an injury report Thursday night.Morris, a redshirt freshman, has appeared in all five games for the Orange. He’s third on the team with 26 rushing attempts, totaling 114 yards on the ground and 20 in the air. Morris ripped off a 22-yard run against Wagner. He has also returned kicks in all five games, averaging 19 yards per return.Burke, a junior, made the team as a walk-on for 2011 preseason camp and switched from linebacker to running back early in camp. He saw time against Wagner, Tulane and Clemson.The report did not list any other players as doubtful, questionable or probable. Cornerback Brandon Reddish returns for Syracuse after missing the Clemson game on Saturday with a lower-body injury. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on October 10, 2013 at 8:00 pm Contact Trevor: [email protected] | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on February 14, 2016 at 6:17 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+ Cornelia Fondren dished the ball to an open Alexis Peterson behind the arc, who emerged from a fray of N.C. State defenders.Peterson sank the 3 and then swished in another on SU’s next possession to rescue the Orange from a deficit as the final ticks dribbled off the clock. She capped off her eight-point fourth-quarter run with a pair of free throws to put Syracuse up for good.“Your mentality has to be in attack mode and to want to take big shots, and Alexis wants to do that,” Hillsman said. “Anytime she gets into the corner or into the paint, it’s always a good shot for us.”After shooting 23 percent from the field in the first half, the Orange (20-6, 10-3 Atlantic Coast) rebounded in the game’s latter 20 minutes to narrowly top the Wolfpack (17-9, 8-5), 55-52, in Raleigh, North Carolina on Sunday afternoon.Before Peterson’s late heroics, Briana Day notched her sixth double-double of the season with a 10-point third quarter that Syracuse entered down by six. Her final basket of the frame put SU up, 35-34, and came on the heels of her ninth rebound off a long missed 3 from Butler.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDay’s amid of a season-best stretch of games, with 30 rebounds and 47 points in the Orange’s last three games.“Every shot she didn’t block, she changed,” Hillsman said of Day.She paved the way for what played out in the game’s final stanza, and cemented her double-double with a rebound off of an errant layup by N.C. State’s Jennifer Mathurin.Butler then weaved her way down the court and Day fed her a long pass about half the distance of the court. The NCAA’s active 3-point leader pulled up from long range and sunk one of her three 3s in the contest, this one putting SU up 40-37.But the 5-foot-11 Butler was handicapped on defense with four fouls, and in part allowed the Wolfpack to better pick apart SU’s zone and drive the paint in the fourth quarter.“We gotta keep our team on the floor,” Hillsman said. “We have to play a little bit smarter.”N.C. State forward Chelsea Nelson penetrated Syracuse’s counterattack and laid in a basket to knot the score at 45 with 5:40 remaining. A pair of free throws from the Wolfpack’s Dominique Wilson and Miah Spencer stretched out a four-point advantage over SU.Peterson took over the game from there and began her eight-point run. She led the Orange with 16 points in another second-half push, one that might’ve been strong enough to start penciling games into March.“It was huge,” Hillsman said of the win. “… Normally in our conference, 10 (wins) is enough to get into the NCAA tournament. So we said we wanted to get to 10 and start counting from there.” Comments