Gnabry bullied by Bayern team-mates after Spurs win as Sule launches slide tackle

first_imgWhile another joked: “In all seriousness, shouldn’t he be booked for that tackle? Not 100 per cent sure on the rules but the ball is nowhere to be seen when he makes that tackle?”One Twitter user said: “Please tell me the fans gave him the ball back.”Spurs were thrashed 7-2 after goals from Joshua Kimmich and a brace Robert Lewandowski sealed the deal.Former Arsenal player Serge Gnabry walks away with the match ball after scoring four goals for Bayern Munich against Spurs in the Champions League SERGE GNABRY was hilariously tormented by his team-mates after the 7-2 win over Tottenham.The former Arsenal star was the star of show as he bagged four goals in the second half of the Champions League clash.3 Niklas Sule brutally chopped down four-goal Bayern hero Serge Gnabry3 The former Arsenal escaped unscathed after falling to the floorBut his Bayern team-mates decided to celebrate his incredible performance in a very bizarre way.German defender Niklas Sule left him in a heap on the floor after he tried to slide tackle him.The 24-year-old then tried to claim the match ball – which would have been his to keep after his hat-trick.But Javi Martinez had other ideas.The 31-year-old cruelly booted the football into the away end of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.Gnabry looked baffled before he turned to the crowd and called for them to return his souvenir.After a clip of the incident was posted online, one Arsenal fan replied: “Come home, we’ll take better care of you @Serge Gnabry @Arsenal.”3 The 24-year-old looked back at the crowd after he lost his souvenir ballMOST READ IN SPORT THROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticIT’S…NOT TOMMY BOWETommy Bowe discovers someone has been impersonating him on TinderMAC DADDYTriple H wants McGregor v McMahon with winner getting rights to billionaire strutlast_img read more

Meninga extends Kangaroos deal until 2021

first_imgMeninga has been at the helm of Australia since late 2015 and led the Kangaroos to success at the Rugby League World Cup in 2017.The rugby league great will remain at the helm for at least another two years, it was announced on Monday.”I’m incredibly honoured to continue to coach the Kangaroos and in particular have the opportunity to coach the team to another World Cup campaign,” Meninga said in a statement.”Playing for my country was for me the pinnacle of my career and I know that every player I’ve coached as part of the Kangaroos has felt similarly.”We’ve worked hard to respect our past and take the spirit of former players with us every time we represent Australia and our fans.”I’m looking forward to the next few years with the team and the opportunity to coach at a World Cup in the United Kingdom in 2021.”Australian Rugby League Commission (ARLC) chairman Peter Beattie paid tribute to Meninga.”Mal is a legend of our game with a revered presence wherever he goes,” he said.”He has instilled a strong sense of history and values into the national team fabric and has created an enormous sense of pride in the Kangaroos jumper.”He has also lifted the profile of international rugby league significantly at a time when it is a real focus of the Australian Rugby League Commission.”Mal also ensured that our women’s national team – the Jillaroos – are equal to our Kangaroos when it comes to national pride, presence and opportunity and that’s something that hasn’t been lost on both sets of players and fans.”The rugby league community wishes Mal the very best over the next few years.”The Kangaroos also named a 19-man squad for Tests against New Zealand and Tonga on October 25 and November 2 respectively.Josh Addo-Carr, Nick Cotric, Payne Haas, Cameron Murray, Paul Vaughan and Jack Wighton are the six debutants included.Mal Meninga has named several new faces for the upcoming @Kangaroos Tests against New Zealand and Tonga. pic.twitter.com/IQke0REBXt— NRL (@NRL) October 6, 2019Australia: Josh Addo-Carr, Daly Cherry-Evans, Damien Cook, Boyd Cordner, Nick Cotric, Tyson Frizell, Wade Graham, Payne Haas, Ben Hunt, Luke Keary, David Klemmer, Latrell Mitchell, Cameron Munster, Cameron Murray, Josh Papalii, James Tedesco, Jake Trbojevic, Paul Vaughan, Jack Wighton. Photo Getty Images Caption: Kangaroos coach Mal Meningalast_img read more

UPDATE Red Cross locates US cyclist who went missing during Costa Ricas

first_imgUpdate: Friday, Nov. 6, 9:45 p.m.Mark Lyons, the Colorado man who disappeared Thursday during the first leg of the grueling Ruta de los Conquistadores mountain bike race had signs of hypothermia and minor wounds when Red Cross rescuers found him Friday evening. He was taken to a clinic in Orotina, the Costa Rican Red Cross posted on its Facebook page.Several Spanish language news sites reported that Lyons had been swept down a river and slept in the forest on Thursday night. He is reportedly in good condition.Update: Friday, Nov. 6, 5:45 p.m.Organizers of Costa Rica’s grueling cross-country bike race Ruta de los Conquistadores are reporting that a Red Cross patrol has located U.S. cyclist Mark Lyons of Denver, Colorado. He reportedly is in good condition. The race’s Facebook page stated in all-caps: “MARK IS ALIVE AND WELL!!! THANK GOD!!!”Follow us for more updates on this story.Original post continues here:A 53-year-old man from the United States has gone missing while participating in the three-day mountain bike race Ruta de los Conquistadores that traverses Costa Rica, according to authorities from the Red Cross. The rider was identified as Mark Lyons of Denver, Colorado.Red Cross spokesman Gerald Jiménez told The Tico Times Friday that Lyons came to Costa Rica to participate in the grueling, world-renowned event with five friends, but that he failed to check in after first stage of the race on Thursday. Jiménez said Red Cross search teams have been working all of Friday to find the man, who they believe may have gone missing somewhere in Carara National Park in Puntarenas.“Since the race is known for being very difficult and requiring a certain level of expertise from riders, they are required to check in at the end of the stages,” he said. “The race organizers said that no one had been informed of the rider making it to the end of stage one last night.”The opening stage of Ruta de los Conquistadores was more than 100 kilometers of mostly jungle and mountain terrain that began in Playa Herradura, near Jacó, on the Pacific coast, and ended in Atenas, in the Central Valley. Facebook Comments Related posts:PHOTOS: Ruta de los Conquistadores bike race heads into final leg ‘The hardest mountain bike race in the world’ kicks off three-day trek across Costa Rica Costa Rican surfer disappears off Pacific coast Colombia’s Luis Mejía claims second straight Ruta de los Conquistadores titlelast_img read more