Pierre Emerick Aubameyang

14 Dec 18
INFORMATION NIGERIA

Google has released a report containing the names of 10 most searched people in Nigeria in 2018. According to the report which analyses top search queries across various regions and languages, Alexis Sanchez is the most searched person in Nigeria. Below is a full list of the 10 most searched people in Nigeria according to […]

14 Dec 18
Paperdabba

Image Source : AP Business as usual in Champions League? Maybe not this season The usual contenders topped their groups. Nearly all of the top teams advanced. Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski are the leading scorers. Is it a case of business as usual in this Champions League? Maybe not. While there seems to be […]

14 Dec 18
Newslanes | The News Hub

Having not scored for Arsenal up until that moment, the 22-year-old received a perfectly-timed pass from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang before firing into the far corner.
Torreira celebrated by running into the corner and taking his shirt off before being bundled by his team-mates.
The game had…

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14 Dec 18
Altruda's Alley - A lot of sports with a touch of snark

A pair of sides looking to consolidate their top-half status collide at Molineux on Saturday when Wolverhampton host Bournemouth. POTENTIAL STARTING XIs Promoted Wolves (6-4-6) have clawed their way into 10th place in the table on the strength of back-to-back 2-1 wins, the more recent one coming at St James’ Park versus Newcastle United last […]

14 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

For that Arsenal did not risk fame and fortune. When former coach Arsene Wenger helped persuade visionary, late director Danny Fiszman to push the club to the limit and leave Highbury for this state-of-the-art 60,000 stadium, the club's annual clubs were aimed at to earn against the European elite. None of them hoped for more […]

13 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
WHEN Arsenal spent £390million on the Emirates stadium it was never for nights like this. The fallow years Arsene Wenger toughed out, missing out on big-money transfers and trophies so the club could build a new home were supposed to bring giant rewards. Unai Emery’s side have stretched their unbeaten run to 22 games in all competitions But, with only a few thousand bothering to turn up to the Europa League dead rubber and the Premier League side beating the minnows by a single goal, it served as a reminded of where the Gunners are. They have now gone an impressive 22 games without tasting defeat, Unai Emery has ironed out a lot of their defensive frailties and the handful of teenage prospects on show on Thursday looked promising. But a look around the empty stadium and at the Premier League table, where the Gunners sit in fifth, remind you that they are still a long way off. Loyal Mesut Ozil fans might be grateful he agreed to lace up his boots for the reserve-team run-out and impressed that he created the opener for Alexandre Lacazette. It was a poor showing from the Arsenal fans at the Emirates for the clash against Qarabag Gunners striker Alexandre Lacazette netted the only goal of the game for Unai Emery’s side [opta opta_widget=”matchstats” opta_template=”team_graphs” opta_competition=”6″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”1021852″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] But his critics will wonder why the £350,000-a-week German can only turn it on at home to a side from Azerbaijan. Sporting Lisbon pumped this Qarabag side 6-1 at their own stadium at the end of November and, disjointed half-filled with untested teens aside, this Arsenal team should have enjoyed a field day. Lacazette, Matteo Guendouzi, Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have all been told off for being filmed allegedly inhaling laughing gas on an August night out but it was the hardy Gooners who shivered through the turnstiles for this cakewalk who deserved more of a giggle. It’s admirable that three-time Europa League winner Emery is giving this B-rate competition a fair crack but unless his team attacks it with the same enthusiasm, they will not get fans on board. World Cup winner Mesut Ozil impressed on his return to the Arsenal starting XI [opta opta_widget=”matchday_live” opta_template=”normal” opta_competition=”6″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”1021852″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Teenage forward Bukayo Saka starred for the North London club With 10 minutes on the clock supporters were streaming out of the doors and they would have missed Bukayo Saka being given the perfect chance to make the night vaguely worthwhile. Sadly, predictably, he shot straight at the Qarabag keeper who had far too easy a night, especially compared to the handful of Arsenal fans who stuck this out until the bitter, bitter end. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5979007355001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”It’s match week 17 of the Premier League as Liverpool welcome Manchester United and Manchester City take on Everton “]
13 Dec 18
The Sun
WHEN Arsenal spent £390million on the Emirates stadium it was never for nights like this. The fallow years Arsene Wenger toughed out, missing out on big-money transfers and trophies so the club could build a new home were supposed to bring giant rewards. Unai Emery’s side have stretched their unbeaten run to 22 games in all competitions But, with only a few thousand bothering to turn up to the Europa League dead rubber and the Premier League side beating the minnows by a single goal, it served as a reminded of where the Gunners are. They have now gone an impressive 22 games without tasting defeat, Unai Emery has ironed out a lot of their defensive frailties and the handful of teenage prospects on show on Thursday looked promising. But a look around the empty stadium and at the Premier League table, where the Gunners sit in fifth, remind you that they are still a long way off. Loyal Mesut Ozil fans might be grateful he agreed to lace up his boots for the reserve-team run-out and impressed that he created the opener for Alexandre Lacazette. It was a poor showing from the Arsenal fans at the Emirates for the clash against Qarabag Gunners striker Alexandre Lacazette netted the only goal of the game for Unai Emery’s side [opta opta_widget=”matchstats” opta_template=”team_graphs” opta_competition=”6″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”1021852″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] But his critics will wonder why the £350,000-a-week German can only turn it on at home to a side from Azerbaijan. Sporting Lisbon pumped this Qarabag side 6-1 at their own stadium at the end of November and, disjointed half-filled with untested teens aside, this Arsenal team should have enjoyed a field day. Lacazette, Matteo Guendouzi, Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have all been told off for being filmed allegedly inhaling laughing gas on an August night out but it was the hardy Gooners who shivered through the turnstiles for this cakewalk who deserved more of a giggle. It’s admirable that three-time Europa League winner Emery is giving this B-rate competition a fair crack but unless his team attacks it with the same enthusiasm, they will not get fans on board. World Cup winner Mesut Ozil impressed on his return to the Arsenal starting XI [opta opta_widget=”matchday_live” opta_template=”normal” opta_competition=”6″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”1021852″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Teenage forward Bukayo Saka starred for the North London club With 10 minutes on the clock supporters were streaming out of the doors and they would have missed Bukayo Saka being given the perfect chance to make the night vaguely worthwhile. Sadly, predictably, he shot straight at the Qarabag keeper who had far too easy a night, especially compared to the handful of Arsenal fans who stuck this out until the bitter, bitter end. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5979007355001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”It’s match week 17 of the Premier League as Liverpool welcome Manchester United and Manchester City take on Everton “]
13 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
WHEN Arsenal spent £390million on the Emirates stadium it was never for nights like this. The fallow years Arsene Wenger toughed out, missing out on big-money transfers and trophies so the club could build a new home were supposed to bring giant rewards. Unai Emery’s side have stretched their unbeaten run to 22 games in all competitions But, with only a few thousand bothering to turn up to the Europa League dead rubber and the Premier League side beating the minnows by a single goal, it served as a reminded of where the Gunners are. They have now gone an impressive 22 games without tasting defeat, Unai Emery has ironed out a lot of their defensive frailties and the handful of teenage prospects on show on Thursday looked promising. But a look around the empty stadium and at the Premier League table, where the Gunners sit in fifth, remind you that they are still a long way off. Loyal Mesut Ozil fans might be grateful he agreed to lace up his boots for the reserve-team run-out and impressed that he created the opener for Alexandre Lacazette. It was a poor showing from the Arsenal fans at the Emirates for the clash against Qarabag Gunners striker Alexandre Lacazette netted the only goal of the game for Unai Emery’s side [opta opta_widget=”matchstats” opta_template=”team_graphs” opta_competition=”6″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”1021852″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] But his critics will wonder why the £350,000-a-week German can only turn it on at home to a side from Azerbaijan. Sporting Lisbon pumped this Qarabag side 6-1 at their own stadium at the end of November and, disjointed half-filled with untested teens aside, this Arsenal team should have enjoyed a field day. Lacazette, Matteo Guendouzi, Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have all been told off for being filmed allegedly inhaling laughing gas on an August night out but it was the hardy Gooners who shivered through the turnstiles for this cakewalk who deserved more of a giggle. It’s admirable that three-time Europa League winner Emery is giving this B-rate competition a fair crack but unless his team attacks it with the same enthusiasm, they will not get fans on board. World Cup winner Mesut Ozil impressed on his return to the Arsenal starting XI [opta opta_widget=”matchday_live” opta_template=”normal” opta_competition=”6″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”1021852″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Teenage forward Bukayo Saka starred for the North London club With 10 minutes on the clock supporters were streaming out of the doors and they would have missed Bukayo Saka being given the perfect chance to make the night vaguely worthwhile. Sadly, predictably, he shot straight at the Qarabag keeper who had far too easy a night, especially compared to the handful of Arsenal fans who stuck this out until the bitter, bitter end. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”5979007355001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”It’s match week 17 of the Premier League as Liverpool welcome Manchester United and Manchester City take on Everton “]
13 Dec 18
Dream Team FC
Entry into Dream Team’s 100 club is an accolade bestowed on only the very best fantasy football talent. Nine players have reached the all important benchmark of 100 points this season so let’s give a nod of appreciation to Dream Team’s nine centurions. SIGN UP – WIN £5k BY PLAYING DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER THIS WEEKEND [boxout headline=”Play the easiest fantasy football game around” featured-image=”434687″] Dream Team Weekender refreshes every weekend Simply pick 7 players with no budget limitations You can win £5k this weekend – and it’s free to enter SIGN UP TO PLAY DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER NOW [/boxout] 1 Harry Kane (£8.1m) – 139 points Ladies and gentleman, your top points-scorer Kane dislodged Eden Hazard as Dream Team’s top points-scorer in Game Week 14 and has continued to go from strength-to-strength. The Spurs man has 139 points to his name and is also the most-selected player on the game with 50.9% of managers having him in their side. Kane is on course to topple his points tally of 376 from last season and could well set a new Dream Team record if he maintains his current form. 2 Hazard (£7.2m) – 137 points The Chelsea man started the season in untouchable form Hazard was untouchable at the start of the campaign and quickly became the most coveted player on the game. The Belgian might have been knocked off top spot by Kane in recent weeks but still remains a popular choice for Dream Team managers. The £7.2m man is the third-most selected player on the game and will fight on all four fronts for silverware with Chelsea this season. 3 Mo Salah (£6.9m) – 131 points The Egyptian is getting close to rediscovering his spellbinding form of last season Salah was the first player to reach the 100 points mark last season and ended up finishing top of the Dream Team scoring charts with 412 points. The Liverpool man endured a stop start opening to his second season at Anfield but has since been turning in exceptional performances. Salah has racked up the third-highest points tally on Dream Team and with 131 points to his name already is closing the gap on Kane with intent. 4 Raheem Sterling (£6.3m) – 120 points The Man City star was recently named the November Player of the Month Sterling has built on his successful last season in which he racked up 265 points and continues to be a popular choice in this campaign. The winger has scored nine goals and has as many assists for Man City, helping him to rack up an impressive 120 points. Sterling is the top points-scorer at the Etihad and is exempt from Pep Guardiola’s rotation policy, with his guaranteed starting spot making him a favourite of Dream Team gaffers. 5 Virgil van Dijk (£4.7m) – 112 points The Dutchman is the highest points-scoring defender Van Dijk is the first defender to surpass the 100 points mark which makes his inclusion on the list all the more impressive. The Liverpool stalwart has marshalled the Anfield back-line expertly this season and helped earn many clean sheets for Jurgen Klopp’s side and pick up points in the process. Van Dijk has chipped in with two assists alongside his impressive defensive work and has 112 points to show for his efforts. 6 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£5.8m) – 111 points The lightning-quick forward is the joint top Premier League top goal-scorer Aubameyang took to life in the Premier League like a duck to water following his January transfer from Borussia Dortmund to Arsenal and has continued to impress in his first full season. The deadly striker is joint with Kane at the top of the Premier League scoring charts and has shone on Dream Team, picking up 111 points already. The Arsenal man is a favourite of Unai Emery and Dream Team gaffers alike, finding himself in 34.2% of sides after his impressive performances. SIGN UP – WIN £5k BY PLAYING DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER THIS WEEKEND 7 Andrew Robertson (£4.3m) – 108 points The left-back is the third Liverpool player to make the list Robertson is the second Liverpool defender to feature and the club’s third representatives in all positions. The marauding left-back has had his price increased from £3m to £4.3m,  a reflection on his impressive performances this season Robertson’s tally of 108 points is the seventh best return on Dream Team and highlights the attacking prowess he carries, chipping in with 5 assists this season. 8 David Silva (£5.9m) – 101 points City’s midfield wizard will be sidelined through injury for the next few weeks Silva has been a Dream Team favourite over the years and his performances this season are making him as impressive as ever. The City magician has surpassed the ton mark with 101 points to his name after impressing under Guardiola this season. The Spaniard has been one of City’s most important players in their impressive start to the campaign, chipping in with eight goals and four assists. 9 Aymeric Laporte (£4.7m) – 100 points The former Athletic Bilbao defender has been a revelation this season Laporte has been one of the Premier League’s standout performers and is becoming a real Dream Team cult hero. The City centre-back is a favourite of Guardiola and it’s easy to see why after reaching the 100 points mark this season. Laporte has shown himself as a threat in opposition boxes having scored three goals to go with his impressive defensive work. [bc_video video_id=”5826801598001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Wolves 1-1 Manchester City: Aymeric Laporte cancels out Willy Boly’s controversial handball opener”] READ MORE OF THE BEST FANTASY FOOTBALL TIPS: The Dream Team Coach has found a way to get FOUR strikers in his team Last weekend’s Dream Team Weekender winner went ROGUE to pocket that £5k The 7 most over picked players on Dream Team this season WATCH: LOVE OF THE GAME – EPISODE 2
13 Dec 18
ProSoccerTalk

German playmaker is set to return from injury.

13 Dec 18
TODAY NEWS

DARREN FLETCHER has revealed he was targeted for abuse from…

13 Dec 18
HeyThereSportsFan

Last Saturday’s tea time clash between Chelsea and Manchester City was marred by alleged racist abuse aimed at City’s Raheem Sterling. Sterling went to retrieve the ball for a corner in front of the Matthew Harding Stand and was subjected to a volley of rage from the Chelsea fans in that section. I don’t think […]

13 Dec 18
NaijaDiary

The presidential aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP),  Atiku Abubakar, Late OAP, Tosyn Bucknor, late Nollywood actress, Aisha Abimbola, Meghan Markle and others are among the Top 10 most searched people on Google in 2018. On Wednesday, December 12, 2018, Google announced the top searched people and other trending stories based on searches conducted all […]

13 Dec 18
New Delhi Times

The usual pretenders topped their groups. Nearly all of the top teams advanced. Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski are the leading scorers. Is it a case of business as usual in this Champions League? Maybe not. While there seems to be an ever-widening gap between the biggest, richest clubs and the rest, there also appears […]

13 Dec 18
National Post

The usual contenders topped their groups. Nearly all of the top teams advanced. Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski are the leading scorers. Is it a case of business as usual in this Champions League? Maybe not. While there seems to be an ever-widening gap between the biggest, richest clubs and the rest, there also appears […]