Welcome Guest - Login or Signup VIDEOS | LIVE CHAT | INSTANT MESSENGER | BOOKMARK US
Your Ad Here
     Getting relationships back on track!
Love Detour - Getting Relationships back on track! Events

sking a lot for the Minnesota
[ FORWARD ]

Special Occasion

Posted By:
chenwen121314
When:
Tue Nov 14, 2017 at 01:00 pm
Where:


N/A,
United States
Yes No Maybe

Comment:


DORTMUND, Germany -- Borussia Dortmund beat Sporting 1-0 on Wednesday to advance to the knockout stage of the Champions League despite leaving top striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang out of the team. Nike Air Force One Basse Bianche .Wearing a stylish coat and a fedora hat, Aubameyang watched from the stands and saw his backup, Adrian Ramos, score the only goal in the 12th minute of the Group F match.Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel said Gabon striker Aubameyang was left out for internal reasons, adding that internal is internal and refusing to give details. Club chief Hans-Joachim Watzke also declined to give details but said Aubameyang would be back in action at the weekend.The decision came yesterday afternoon and now the matter is settled. He will be back at the weekend, Tuchel said.Hell be fresh and rested in Hamburg, Watzke said.Dortmund already was missing a half dozen players through injuries and was coming off three straight draws in the Bundesliga.Aubameyang had scored a goal in each of the previous three group matches. But Ramos had three goals in six previous Champions League appearances that totaled 97 minutes.The header from Ramos was enough to put Dortmund through to the round of 16. Dortmund now has 10 points from four matches in the group and leads Real Madrid, which surprisingly only drew 3-3 at Legia Warsaw and has eight points. Sporting has three and Legia one.Sporting remained winless in Germany, with 12 losses in 13 matches. It also lost 2-1 to Dortmund at home two weeks ago.Ramos scored from the first chance of the match, rising over Paulo Oliveira to connect with a cross from Matthias Ginter and send a looping header into the upper right corner.Sportings Gelson Martins came close twice. After some neat passing, Martins broke into the box but goalkeeper Roman Buerke came off his line to foil the speedy forward. In his second attempt, Martins connected with a cross but Marc Bartra blocked his shot.Christian Pulisic hit the crossbar for Dortmund after swapping passes with Mario Goetze and Raphael Guerreiro had a great opening but hit the side netting with the last shot of the first half.Andre Schuerrle forced Sporting goalkeeper Rui Patricio into a diving save from a free kick in the second half, while Bryan Ruiz headed high from a good position in the Dortmund box.It was a very, very long match, said Tuchel, who spent much of it screaming instructions to his players and gesticulating wildly.We couldnt really control it, we lost possession too easily. Sporting played with courage and we tried different formations. But the main thing is we are through, Tuchel said.Aubameyang left the match a few minutes before the whistle. Nike Air Force One Basse Donna . All of the scoring came in the final 20:04. Lucic scored on a power play at 15:46 of the third period, when he tipped a shot over Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen for a 3-1 lead. Nike Air Force 1 Uomo . -- James Young couldnt wait to apply those tweaks to his jump shot, and the first one he made against UT Arlington told him it could be a good night. http://www.airforcescarpeonline.it/ . Bjorn, who had a 36-hole total of 8-under 134, made a testing six-foot putt to save par on the 16th and a birdie on the 17th before bogeying the final hole after a misjudged approach shot. American Kevin Streelman was in second place after shooting a 69.The Senators and Blackhawks are moving to Round Two after blowout wins while the Penguins take the series lead over the Islanders. Scott Cullen has stats and notes from Thursdays NHL action. SENS SEND CANADIENS INTO SUMMEREven though they were at home, the Montreal Canadiens were fighting an uphill battle in Game Five. With strong goaltending and timely scoring, the Ottawa Senators took a 6-1 decision, winning the series four games to one. Coming into the playoffs, the Montreal Canadiens were facing a tough task if the Ottawa Senators continued to get the kind of goaltending that they had received all season. As it turned out, Craig Anderson was every bit as good as his league-leading performance in the regular season. After stopping 33 of 34 shots in the Game Five clincher, Anderson had a .950 save percentage in the series. As usual, the Senators got contributions throughout their lineup in Game Five. Cory Conacher potted two goals and linemates Matt Kassian and Jean-Gabriel Pageau each had two assists. Erik Condra led the way with a goal and two assists. For the series, the offensively-challenged Sens seemed to do just fine. Daniel Alfredsson and Erik Karlsson led the way with six points in five games while Pageau, Kyle Turris and Marc Methot each had a point per game. Down three games to one, the Canadiens were left to mount a series comeback, starting in Game Five, with Peter Budaj in goal after Carey Price suffered a leg injury late in Game Four. It was the first career playoff start for the 30-year-old and he struggled, stopping just 23 of 29 shots. On a night when the Canadiens had a bunch of early chances, but couldnt solve Anderson, they most definitely couldnt afford a subpar goaltending performance in their own net, so the lopsided result came with a sense of inevitability when it appeared that Budaj wasnt going to be matching Anderson, his former teammate in Colorado. Defenceman P.K. Subban was Montreals most dangerous player in the series and he and Tomas Plekanec tied for the team lead with four points in the series. Playing with a separated shoulder, LW Max Pacioretty was held off the scoresheet, David Desharnais and Andrei Markov managed one point apiece. Rookie RW Brendan Gallagher was a team-worst minus-7, yet also led the Habs with 22 shots on goal in five games. Its not as though Montreal didnt have their chances, they outshot the Senators by an average margin of 5.2 shots per game, but couldnt come close to matching the Senators goaltending. Its been a strong suit for Ottawa all year and it made the series more lopsided than the territorial play between the teams would suggest. PENGUINS PULL AHEAD OF ISLANDERSReturning home with the series tied at two, the Pittsburgh Penguins turned to Tomas Vokoun in net, replacing Marc-Andre Fleury, and Vokoun responded with a 31-save shutout in Pittsburghs 4-0 win. Vokoun wasnt the only insert into the Pittsburgh lineup. RW Tyler Kennedy played his first game of the playoffs and scored the first goal of the game. Sidney Crosby and and Kris Letang led the Penguins attack with a goal and an assist each; Crosbys goal a highlight effort, splitting the Islanders defence before finding tthe back of the net with a snapshot. Nike Air Force 1 Mid 07 Nere. Islanders C John Tavares had a team-high six shots, but was also 5-for-18 (27.8%) on faceoffs. Penguins C Joe Vitale was 9-for-10 on draws. Even though Game Five was a healthy margin of victory for the Penguins, the Islanders still have a chance to extend the series. For all the skill that the Penguins have, the Islanders have been carrying their share of the play. The challenge facing them now, however, is that they need to try to get justly rewarded when they carry the play. It happened when Marc-Andre Fleury was tending the Penguins net; it hasnt yet happened with Vokoun between the pipes. BLACKHAWKS BOUNCE WILDThe Chicago Blackhawks made short work of the Minnesota Wild, coasting to a 5-1 win in Game Five and taking the series four games to one. Marian Hossa led the Blackhawks with two goals and an assist. Marcus Kruger brought the complementary offence with a goal and an assist, while Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith each had a pair of assists. Wild LW Zach Parise was held without a shot for the first time since November 6, 2009; he spent the night matched up against the defence tandem of Keith and Niklas Hjalmarsson, along with the Blackhawks top line of Toews, Hossa and rookie Brandon Saad. Those five Blackhawks were dominant possession-wise, leaving few opportunities for Minnesotas top line of Parise, Mikko Koivu and Charlie Coyle. While Toews two assists in Game Five were his first points of the series, Chicagos other big guns produced. Patrick Sharp had five goals and an assist in five games, Hossa had six points, Keith had five and Patrick Kane had five points in the five-game series. Scoring was much more difficult for the Wild. Veteran C Matt Cullen had three assists in five games to lead the Wild in scoring. Parise had one assist (and was minus-7), Mikko Koivu had no points (and was minus-6), an injured Jason Pominville only played two games; its asking a lot for the Minnesota supporting cast to pick up the slack when the top guys arent producing at all. Ryan Suter played 31:37 per game, but didnt record a point and was minus-5. He spent much of the series trying to cover both of Chicagos scoring lines, a tall order. If the Wild were going to have any shot at upsetting the Blackhawks, they needed Chicagos goaltending to get shaky, but it didnt happen. Corey Crawford allowed seven goals on 139 shots in five games, leaving him with a 1.40 goals against average and .950 save percentage. Tough to beat a team that gets that kind of goaltending. Josh Harding had a difficult job, filling in for an injured Niklas Backstrom right from the start of the series, but he played well. His .911 save percentage was respectable, but the Wild were always going to need more than respectable performances if they were going to overachieve. In the end, the result of the Chicago-Minnesota series was as expected. A Stanley Cup favourite taking care of business against a team that barely squeaked into the postseason. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' ' 

No event guests










© 2006 www.LoveDetour.com