FOLLOW US Written By Arnold Dsouza SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 24th May, 2020 19:59 IST What Time Does Tiger Slam Air On Golf channel? Tiger Slam Schedule, Live Streaming Details What time does Tiger Slam air on Golf channel? Live streaming details for the Tiger Woods documentary which airs on Sunday, May, 24 on the Golf channel. ALSO READ: When Tom Brady And Michael Jordan Teamed Up To Win Charity Golf Tournament In 2006: WatchWhat time does Tiger Slam air on Golf channel? Tiger Slam film live streaming detailsThe Tiger Slam documentary will also involve people that were close to Tiger Woods during his extraordinary run of picking up four major trophies including caddie Steve Williams and swing instructor Butch Harmon. Fans can catch the Tiger Slam film live streaming on the Golfchannel.com or Golf Channel app. The Golf Channel will broadcast the Tiger Woods film on TV. Golfing fans will be in for some entertainment this weekend due to the release of the Tiger Woods Tiger Slam documentary airing this Sunday on the Golf channel. Fans on social media were eager to know the answer to ‘What time does Tiger Slam air on Golf channel?’ to enjoy some sporting action amid the coronavirus lockdown. Here are the details for the Tiger Woods Tiger Slam film live streaming and the Tiger Slam timing of airing on the Golf channel.ALSO READ: Indian Golfers Jeev, Kapur Will Miss Cancelled US Open QualifiersWhat time does Tiger Slam air on Golf channel? Tiger Woods Tiger slam documentaryThe Tiger Woods Tiger Slam film has been the talk of the town amid the resumption of pro golfing last week. In a career filled to the brim with accolades, the Tiger Woods documentary will brush upon the golfing great’s remarkable journey of winning four major championships during a 10-month period dating between June 2000 till April 2001. In detail, the Tiger Slam film will cover the 44-year-old Woods’ incredible triumphs at the 2000 US Open, the 2000 Open Championship, the 2000 PGA Championship and the 2001 Masters Tournament. Over the course of his career, Tiger Woods has racked up 15 major championships under his belt so far and the Tiger Slam documentary will provide an insight into the personal life of the golfing legend along with the journey of winning the four major championships. Wayne Rooney Plans To Build A Golf Course On His 120-acre £20m Estate In CheshireWhat time does Tiger Slam air on Golf channel? Tiger Slam timing, Tiger Slam scheduleA number of fans posed the question ‘What time does Tiger Slam air on Golf channel’?. The Tiger Slam film will release on Sunday, May 24 at 8 pm ET. The Tiger Slam film will offer a detailed retrospection of the four consecutive major Championship victories for Tiger Woods. The film will also knit together a few highlights and some unseen footage from the American great’s illustrious career that continues to thrill golf fans.ALSO READ: Peyton Manning, Tom Brady Trade Final Blows Before Charity Golf Showdown On Sunday WATCH US LIVE COMMENT LIVE TV First Published: 24th May, 2020 19:59 IST
(This blog brought to you by Atlantic Remodeling. Visit www.atlanticremodeling.com to learn about their Red Cent Guarantee!)OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Just a couple hours after proclaiming the ankle injury he suffered in the season opener to be one of the worst of his career, Ravens right tackle Michael Oher returned to the practice field on Wednesday.The fifth-year lineman was listed as a full participant on Wednesday’s injury report, confirming reports that indicated the sprained ankle he suffered when right guard Marshal Yanda rolled into his leg was not considered serious. Oher has never missed a game in his NFL career and Wednesday’s development was a strong indication of that streak continuing on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.“It’s definitely hurting me pretty good, pretty bad, so I’m just getting a lot of treatment and trying to stay on top of it,” Oher said prior to practicing. “Hopefully, I can go Sunday. I work hard to be out there every Sunday for the team, but this is one of the worst sprains I’ve had.”Newly-signed kick returner and No. 3 running back Shaun Draughn was on the practice field just hours after being signed by the Ravens to sure up the void they have at the kick return spot after the MCL injury sustained by wide receiver Jacoby Jones last week. Backup running back Bernard Pierce will remain in the mix on kickoffs, but the Ravens would prefer not exposing him to the regular wear and tear of the return game if possible.As expected, defensive tackle Arthur Jones also returned to the practice field on a limited basis after missing nearly three weeks due to a viral infection. Coach John Harbaugh indicated earlier in the week that the Ravens will need to see where Jones is from a conditioning standpoint to determine whether he will return to game action in Week 2.Wide receivers Jacoby Jones and Deonte Thompson (foot), offensive lineman Ryan Jensen (foot), and defensive tackle Brandon Williams were not practicing on Wednesday. The Pro Bowl return specialist Jones has already been ruled out for Sunday as he’s projected to miss at least a month, and it remains unlikely that the other three will be ready to play against Cleveland this Sunday.Also absent from the field on Wednesday was rookie wide receiver Aaron Mellette, which was an interesting development after he was inactive for the season opener against Denver. The Ravens later placed Mellette on injured reserve with what was listed as a knee injury, clearing a roster spot for Draughn.For the Cleveland Browns, rookie linebacker Barkevious Mingo (lung) returned the the practice field and has been cleared for contact, meaning he could make his NFL debut in Baltimore on Sunday.Here’s the official injury report for Wednesday:BALTIMOREOUT: WR Jacoby Jones (knee)DID NOT PARTICIPATE: C Ryan Jensen (foot), WR Deonte Thompson (foot), DT Brandon Williams (toe)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: DT Art Jones (illness – NFI), RB Bernard Pierce (thigh)FULL PARTICIPATION: T Michael Oher (ankle)CLEVELANDDID NOT PARTICIPATE: G Shawn Lauvao (ankle), DL Ahtyba Rubin (calf), DB T.J. Ward (shoulder)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: DB Buster Skrine (shoulder), LB Barkevious Mingo (lung), WR Travis Benjamin (thigh)
After losing their first two games at the ongoing World Men’s Handball Championship in Denmark and Germany, Tunisia revived their campaign and also confirmed their place in the next round with three crucial wins against Chile (36-30) Saudi Arabia (20-24) and Austria (32-27), totaling 6 points and placed third in Group C behind Co-host Denmark with 10pts and Norway with 8pts.Only the first three teams in each of the 6 team group progress to the Main Round.Egypt, who also lost their first two matches of the competition, pulled off a shock win against top favourites Argentina (24-20) before settling for a draw against Hungary (30-30) to move to third position in Group D with 3 points, behind Sweden and Hungary.It was an all-African affair at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen on Thursday when Egypt beat Angola (33-28) in the group’s final round of games.Egyptian fan cheering his team at the IHF World Men’s Handball ChampionshipEgypt, who were tied at 3 points with Argentina, have now strengthened their position in the group with a win their win over their continental counterparts to see them qualify for the next round.Angola, who had the brightest start amongst the three African representatives, were crushed in their third outing by Sweden (37-19) before losing to Argentina (33-26). Although on the top scorer list, Angola now lead the group from the bottom with 2 points.RelatedAfrican Reps Face Early Crash from World Men’s Handball ChampionshipsJanuary 14, 2019In “Sports”2020 African Handball Nations C/ship: Nigeria To Battle Angola, Gabon and Libya In Group BOctober 23, 2019In “Handball”2020 Handball Nations Cup: Nigeria Fall To Angola In OpenerJanuary 17, 2020In “Handball”
Craig Ronaldson returns from injury to start at inside centre while John Cooney will play at outhalf for the first time in his career. The scrumhalf position is filled by the returning Irish international Kieran Marmion.Up front, Lewis Stevenson comes in to start in the second row, having made ten appearances from the bench this season. The back row sees the return of captain John Muldoon, who missed out through injury last week. His fellow Galway-man Eoin McKeon is named at openside flanker, having reached the 100-cap milestone at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea last weekend.James Connolly and Naulia Dawai are named among the replacement forwards. New centre Tom Farrell, who was added to the Connacht Rugby squad this week, is named in his first match day squad for the province in what will also be his Champions Cup debut if he is called upon.Commenting on the upcoming game, Pat Lam said:“We’re excited by the challenge that the Champion Cup presents to us and the opportunity to qualify for the last eight of the competition. First up, we have a big game against Zebre tomorrow and are fully focused on putting in a performance to get us the points we need.“Zebre are determined to get their first win in Europe and we know what they are capable of on their day. We have the advantage of being at home in front of our supporters so it’s up to us to ensure we get the job done.”Team to face Zebre (Champions Cup)Saturday January 14th, kick off 13:00, the Sportsground (Connacht caps in brackets)15 Tiernan O’Halloran (116)14 Niyi Adeolokun (47)13 Rory Parata (24)12 Craig Ronaldson (56)11 Matt Healy (82)10 John Cooney (29)9 Kieran Marmion (113)1 Denis Buckley (106)2 Tom McCartney (54)3 Finlay Bealham (70)4 Lewis Stevenson (10)5 James Cannon (7)6 Sean O’Brien (29)7 Eoin McKeon (100)8 John Muldoon (290) (captain)Replacements:16 Dave Heffernan (73)17 JP Cooney (42)18 John Andress (2)19 James Connolly (21)20 Naulia Dawai (4)21 Caolin Blade (36)22 Tom Farrell (0)23 Danie Poolman (77)Injured / Unavailable: Ronan Loughney, Conor Carey, Ivan Soroka, Conan O’Donnell, Ultan Dillane, Quinn Roux, Ben Marshall, Andrew Browne, Nepia Fox-Matamua, Jake Heenan, Eoghan Masterson, Jack Carty, Marnitz Boshoff, Shane O’Leary, Peter Robb, Stacey Ili, Bundee Aki, Eoin Griffin, Cormac Brennan, Cian Kelleher, Darragh Leader.Connacht Rugby v Zebre RugbySaturday, 14 JanuaryKick-off: 13:00The SportsgroundTickets available hereReferee: Tom Foley (Eng)Assistant Ref: Ian Tempest (Eng)Assistant Ref: Greg Garner (Eng)TMO: Sean Davey (Eng)Citing Commissioner: John Byett (Eng)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Connacht Rugby Head Coach Pat Lam has named his match day 23 to face Zebre in Round 5 of the Champions Cup tomorrow afternoon at the Sportsground (kick off 1pm – live on Galway Bay Fm). There are five personnel changes in total from the team that lined out in the Guinness PRO12 last weekend with two in the backs and three in the pack.
The club also earned two CMS (Candidate Master of Sports) ranks at the event. Galway Kettlebell Club took two golds and a silver medal at the AIKLF National Kettlebell Championships at the weekend. The AIKLF event (All Ireland Kettlebell Lifting Federation)was hosted by South Dublin Kettlebell Club at Balinteer Community School in Dublin.Over 100 athletes from various clubs around Ireland competed at the event which was a team qualifier for the World Championships in Korea in November.Lifters competed in body weight categories in disciplines Snatch,Jerk and Long Cycle lifting the kettlebell overhead for 10 minutes with winners calculated in accordance with repetitions achieved in ten minutes.“I’m delighted with the results from Galway,we train hard,eat well and keep a positive mindset to be successful in our sport” says Sarah SmithCoached for the last 6 years by Mick Kelly,president of AIKLF (All Ireland Kettlebell Federation)and coach to Wexford Youth Team.“Mick has bought me from amateur level (8kg) to professional level (24kg) which has been hard work but worth it”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The U.S. Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, Jimmy Kolker, MPA, and Deputy Chief of Staff Dawn O’Connel will visit Liberia and Guinea for three days this week to visit Ebola response sites in the region.In Liberia, they will tour the Monrovia Medical Unit (MMU), a 25-bed field hospital dedicated to providing care to health care workers who become infected with Ebola and the Liberian Institute for Biomedical Research, one of only a few laboratories in Liberia where Ebola specimens are sent to be tested.They will also meet with key representatives from the Government of Liberia, the World Health Organization and additional U.S. agencies involved in the Ebola response.The MMU is staffed by the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, an elite uniformed service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. U.S. Deputy Surgeon General RADM Boris D. Lushniak is currently the commanding officer of the MMU.In Guinea, Dr. DeSalvo and Assistant Secretary Kolker will visit the 115 Call Center, Boulbinet Health Center, and the Emergency Operations Center. They will also meet with leaders in Guinea, including Prime Minister, Mohamed Fofana, and the Minster of Health, Colonel Remy Lamah, as well as representatives from Doctors without Borders, French Red Cross, and other agencies working to eradicate Ebola in Guinea.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The loss of Vick may hurt the team in other ways. Monday night’s preseason opener against Cincinnati will be the first chance for the team to learn if Vick’s departure hurts attendance at the Georgia Dome. Vick wears the biggest-selling jersey in team history and is given much credit for the team’s 51 consecutive sellouts. Chiefs name Huard Damon Huard, who has spent his career backing up some of the NFL’s top quarterbacks, is finally No. 1. Coach Herm Edwards said the 11-year veteran will start for the Kansas City Chiefs. Huard hadn’t started a game since 2000, but went 5-3 last season after Trent Green was injured in the season opener. After Green demanded a trade to Miami this spring because he thought coaches planned to hand the job to Brodie Croyle, Huard spent the summer battling the second-year player from Alabama for the job. Weather is the winner The stadium lights dimmed while Kyle Boller’s throw was in mid-air.The pass was incomplete – just like the game at Landover, Md. With more lightning on the way, officials decided enough was enough. The exhibition between the Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins was halted with 11:38 remaining in the third quarter, giving the Redskins an abbreviated, 13-7, win. Lightning had already delayed the opening kickoff by more than an hour, and the weather radar was one big multicolored tapestry of dangerous storms when play was stopped for good at 11:05 p.m. Fifty minutes later, the NFL commissioner’s office determined the game would not resume. Exhibitions Chargers 33, Cardinals 31: Philip Rivers completed 20 of 29 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns and Nate Kaeding kicked four field goals for San Diego at Glendale, Ariz. Kaeding booted the game-winner from 37 yard out with 2 seconds to go. ETC.: Arizona running back Edgerrin James was held out of the game. Marcel Shipp started in James’ place. San Diego running back LaDainian Tomlinson also was held out, missing his third straight game. Bears 31, 49ers 28: Rex Grossman passed for 211 yards and two touchdowns in the first half to lead the Bears at Chicago. ETC.: The Bears held Pro Bowl defensive tackle Tommie Harris out of the game. Harris, who suffered a season-ending hamstring injury last December, has been practicing but has not played during the preseason. Buccaneers 31, Dolphins 28: Jeff Garcia saved his best for last. Garcia played three series and he helped Tampa Bay beat the Dolphins in Miami with a 26-yard touchdown to Joey Galloway on his final pass. Colts 37, Lions 10: Peyton Manning appeared to be in midseason form, throwing three first-half touchdowns and helping the Super Bowl champion Colts to a rout of Detroit in Indianapolis. Jets 20, Giants 12: Kellen Clemens came off the bench in the second half and engineered two third-quarter touchdown drives against the Giants’ backups to lead the Jets to a victory at East Rutherford, N.J. Seahawks 30, Vikings 13: Matt Hasselbeck, playing for the first time since he had a single series in the exhibition opener two weeks ago, completed 12 of 17 passes for 129 yards and threw an interception in the Seahawks’ victory at Seattle. Texans 28, Cowboys 16: Matt Schaub threw second-quarter touchdown passes to Andre Johnson and Jacoby Jones to lead the Texans past Dallas at Houston. Browns 17, Broncos 16: Brady Quinn was efficient and effective for the second straight game for Cleveland, throwing a touchdown pass to Joshua Cribbs to break a 10-10 tie in the third quarter at Denver. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Though Falcons officials wouldn’t discuss their plans Saturday, the team is expected to follow Goodell’s suggestion and attempt to recoup the money from Vick. The process will remain private. “We’re not going to talk at all in any detail about any of that,” Falcons spokesman Reggie Roberts said Saturday night. The fact Vick remains on the team’s roster may be the best indication of the plans. For the team to make a legal claim to recover money under the CBA, Vick must remain on the roster, even though he is suspended. The Falcons already have some financial relief. The team will not have to pay Vick’s $6 million base salary this season, and they can add a player to replace Vick, since he is on the suspended list. The bad news for the team: Vick still counts about $8.5 million against the team’s salary cap for this season. From news services The Atlanta Falcons apparently are not through with Michael Vick yet – not when the team still hopes to recover millions of dollars it already paid the quarterback. Vick was suspended indefinitely without pay by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday, only hours after Vick acknowledged his guilt to some dogfighting charges. In announcing the suspension, Goodell also opened the way for the Falcons to attempt to recover $22 million of Vick’s signing bonus from the 10-year, $130 million contract he signed in 2004. “I have advised the Falcons that, with my decision today, they are no longer prohibited from acting and are now free to assert any claims or remedies available to them under the Collective Bargaining Agreement or your NFL Player Contract,” Goodell said Friday.
An evening of cooking demonstrations and stories celebrating the life and career of a much loved local chef will take place in the Redcastle Hotel, Moville on October 17.Food lovers and cooking enthusiasts will learn tips and tricks from cooking demonstrations on the night by ‘The No Salt Chef’ Brian McDermott’.Talented chef James Rehill from Muff, passed away last October from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. His short but impressive career spans from Muff across some Donegal’s best restaurants before moving over to a 2 Michelin starred Restaurant in a Scotland hotel, then back to another Michelin starred restaurant in Waterford.James’ family, friends and colleagues will share their fond memories of him as they explore the three stages of his career. Tickets for the event are on sale in Muff at Thomas McColgan Butchers, Lynch’s Butchers , Spar, Harkin’s and The Squealing Pig. In Carndonagh at Claire the Bakers. In Ballyliffin at Nancy’s Barn Coffee Shop and in Moville from the Brian McDermott Cookery School. You can find out more about the event on Facebook at James Rehill Memorial, on twitter @JamesRehillMemorial or email at email@example.com COOKING EVENING TO CELEBRATE LIFE OF TRAGIC LOCAL CHEF was last modified: September 23rd, 2013 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:chefcooking demonstrationjames rehill
WHITTIER – A Whittier police officer used a stun gun to subdue an outraged autistic man at his home early Sunday morning, officials said. Officers went to an apartment in the 7600 block of Bright Avenue at about 2:45 a.m. in response to a call from the mother of an autistic man, who said her son was destroying the apartment and slamming his head into walls, said Whittier police Officer Jason Zuhlke. When officers arrived, the man’s head was bleeding. He ran toward officers and they struggled. The man grabbed the officer’s baton and opened it, Zuhlke said. Another officer fired a stun gun at the man. He fell to the ground, and officers handcuffed him, said Zuhlke. He was taken to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center for treatment. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’Suspects sought in double shooting SANTA FE SPRINGS – Officers are searching for the gunmen in a possibly gang-related shooting, said Whittier police Officer Jason Zuhlke said Monday. Gunshots were fired at two Whittier men driving east on Foxley Drive from Santa Fe Springs Road at 12:30 a.m. Sunday, Zuhlke said. The vehicle was hit by bullets from a rifle and a semiautomatic handgun. One man was hit in the arm and the other was shot in the abdomen, he said. They drove to Whittier Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, said officials. No suspects were identified, and the victims were not cooperative with police, Zuhlke said. 2-man fight ends with arrest WHITTIER – A verbal argument allegedly over domestic abuse turned physical when a man picked up a metal fan lying on the sidewalk and hit his mother’s boyfriend on the head with it, police said. Whittier police were called to the Budget Inn, 14044 Whittier Blvd. at 10:45 p.m. Saturday because of an argument between two men outside the building, said Officer Jason Zuhlke. After being hit with a steel fan, the mother’s boyfriend ran back into the hotel room, said Zuhlke. The other man tried to kick in the front door, and did not respond to officers telling him to stop, Zuhlke said. Officers hit the man with a baton and were then able to take him into custody, said Zuhlke. Michael Moreno, 25, of Whittier was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, Zuhlke said. Robbery suspect sought by police WHITTIER – Police are searching for a man who robbed J.C. Penney store in the Whittier Town Center. A man with a shaved head and a goatee beard pretended to purchase a tie in the store at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, said Officer Jason Zuhlke. “He demanded money from the cashier,” said Zuhlke. “He fumbled with his waistband and threatened to kill the cashier.” The cashier gave him $170 in cash, and he ran out the north doors, Zuhlke said. The robber is a white, heavy-set man, with a shaved head. He was wearing a black shirt and blue jeans. Anyone with information about the crime should call (562) 945-8250. Volunteers needed to clean up school PICO RIVERA – Montebello Gardens School, 4700 Pine St., invites parents and residents to take part in a day-long campus beautification project from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Volunteers will be painting, planting and generally sprucing up the school. There will be musical entertainment, free hot dogs and popcorn, prizes and raffles. For more information, call (562) 463-5191. – From staff reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
5 5 Conor Washington was looking to impress for Northern Ireland deals no dice Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star Roberto Martinez’s all-star team, ranked number one in the world, have won four out of four Group I fixtures while the Scots have six points from 12 and host Russia and Belgium in their next qualifying double-header in September, their task of qualifying for a major tournament for the first time since 1998 not becoming any easier.Hungary 1-0 WalesManchester United-bound winger Daniel James created Wales’ best chance of the opening half-hour.James went on a superb 50-yard run down the left flank before feeding Tom Lawrence for a shot which was held by Hungary goalkeeper Peter Gulascsi.Hungary carried a real threat from set-pieces and Dominik Szoboszlai headed wide before Holender was inches away from applying the final touch to Adam Szalai’s cross.Hungary and Wales remained goalless at the break. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Hungary took an 80th-minute lead when Wales failed to clear the ball in their penalty area and Patkai fired home.Allen had earlier preserved the 0-0 scoreline with an acrobatic goal-line clearance with the Hungarians convinced the ball had crossed the line.Belarus 0-1 Northern IrelandConor Washington, firmly in the shop window after being released by Sheffield United, wasted little time in showing an attacking threat, dragging a shot narrowly wide from the edge of the area in the fourth minute.It signalled a strong start to the game from Northern Ireland, who were able to keep Belarus pegged back for large periods, applying pressure to the home defence with a string of corners and free-kicks. Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ 5 Mistakes were creeping in at the other end though, with Belarus close to capitalising on a mix-up when Denis Polyakov sent in a dangerous cross which Corry Evans did well to head behind under pressure.Craig Cathcart and Bailey Peacock-Farrell then had to scramble the ball away from two corners that followed before Polyakov tried a curling effort which was perhaps closer to the post than Peacock-Farrell realised.But neither goalkeeper would be tested before the break as the sides went in goal-less.Northern Ireland made a bright start to the second half. First a Jones cross from the left caused chaos as it span away from the goalkeeper. Magennis got a touch to play it back to McNair but his control let him down and Belarus scrambled it away.But Northern Ireland kept the pressure on and Washington brought a decent save from Gutor with a driven effort. 5 Getty Gareth Bale started for Wales against Hungary Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Paddy McNair scored a late winner for Northern Ireland LATEST Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Belgium 3-0 ScotlandSteve Clarke’s side defended with a mixture of diligence and desperation in this 2020 European Championship qualifier only for all the good work to be undone just before half-time when a lapse of concentration ended with striker Romelu Lukaku heading in a cross from skipper Eden Hazard.In truth, the goal had been coming and the Manchester United striker added a second in the 57th minute with a strike and Steve Clarke’s side had to work hard to prevent further damage before Kevin De Bruyne added a third in the final minute. LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS REAL DEAL Getty 5 In what was proving a tight contest, Joe Allen volleyed wide from 25 yards and Hungary centre-back headed Balazs Dzsudzsak’s corner into side netting.But chances were very much at a premium with defences on top.Gareth Bale missed a glorious chance on the hour after Wales produced the best football of the match.Brooks swerved away from his marker to free Lawrence and he squared the ball to leave Bale with only Gulacsi to beat.But Bale scooped his shot weakly and Gulacsi collected easily. Wales had lost Ampadu to injury soon after the restart and he was replaced by Matthew Smith. Ethan Ampadu had to come off with an injury REPLY Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Getty Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Steve Clarke was handed his first defeat as Scotland manager thanks to a Romelu Lukaku double.The Manchester United striker continued his fine form in a Belgium shirt with a brace in their Euro 2020 qualifier.Kevin De Bruyne was also on the scoresheet as Clarke’s side were beaten 3-0 in Brussels.Wales conceded late on to lose at Hungary while Northern Ireland benefited from a late goal to win in Belarus. Belarus responded as Lewis was booked for a foul on Igor Shitov in a dangerous position, but Stuart Dallas, just on for Magennis, cleared the free-kick with his first touch.Barely a minute later, Northern Ireland’s defenders converged on Belarus substitute Denis Laptev to block his shot from the penalty spot.Just when it looked as though Northern Ireland would not find a breakthrough, Paddy McNair popped up with his first international goal.The Middlesbrough man took the ball from Jones on the left, skipped over the challenge of Kisylak and drove the ball under Gutor. gameday cracker shining Getty Getty Romelu Lukaku scored twice against Scotland tense
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