Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus explained the play of the first visitor goal in the English victory over Real Madrid this Wednesday at the Santiago Bernabéu, and noted that “Sergio is not missing Ramos “, since” barely “supports the hands.The Brazilian made the 1-1 in the 78th minute in a play in which Ramos and all the Bernabéu claimed the attacker’s foul for a push in search to finish off alone. “Soccer is contact, I don’t push, I just support hands how it looks “, he said in statements to Movistar Plus. “I barely support my hands, I place my hands, it’s not necessary”he added The City player. Neither the collegiate Daniele Orsato nor the VAR considered cancel the play of 1-1, which disconnected a Madrid that shortly after He fit 1-2 in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.Rodrigo: “The dressing room doesn’t think this is done”How did you watch the game?I think it was a complicated game to analyze, they have entered very well, it cost us more. But I would highlight what we are missing this year, that personality at key moments. The changes have been very important. We have demonstrated physical and mental strength to turn it around.Do you consider the tie on track?We are going to raise the game as if it were the last game, we know about the history of Madrid. There is no thought in the locker room that this is done. We know what rival we have in front of us.
American Soybean Association (ASA) Director Monte Peterson, Valley City, N.D., heads to North Asia next week, along with other growers, to promote U.S. soy and discuss market outlook and sustainability.The Buyers Outlook Conferences are funded by the United Soybean Board (USB) and hosted by the U.S. Soybean Export Council. Peterson, who is also a USSEC director, joins Perry Ostmo, director of North Dakota Soybean Council, Walter Godwin (USB) and USSEC staff in Seoul, Korea and Shanghai, China to meet with U.S. customers.The purpose of the trip is to interact with U.S. customers and provide an overview of the U.S. and global markets, in addition to information about the quality, sustainability and other benefits of U.S. soy.The North Asian market is extremely important to the mission of the U.S. soy family, as 70 percent of U.S. soybean exports go to this region.
The New Zealand government is aiming to attract more Australian Chinese tourists to the country because it believes they are more likely to be able to spend more than the average Australian.The tourist agent China Travel Service has won a $NZ 50,000 tourism partnership grant to boost the visitor numbers, on top of NZ $50,000 in private funding, The Australian reported.The government estimates that the potential return on investment is NZ $6 million by 2017.In the year to February 2014, 448, 496 people visited New Zealand of whom 175,504 were of Chinese mainland background.New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has also announced a boost of NZ $60,000 for the Canterbury Tourism Partnership which will target Australian and Chinese agents to bring them onboard building visitor numbers to the city, following the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011.Source = ETB News: Tom Neale