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Trafalgar KO defending champs

first_imgBerbice Zone Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’…-join Hopetown, Outsiders and Lichfield in semisThe West Berbice community of Trafalgar sent defending champions New Amsterdam (NA) Kings crashing out of this year’s Berbice Zone Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ competition, inflicting on them a crushing 3-0 defeat as quarter-final action concluded on Saturday night at the Old Stelling Road in New Amsterdam.Part of the quarter-final action in the Berbice Zone of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ CompetitionThe game was played in front of another large crowd, and Trafalgar joined Hopetown, Outsiders and Lichfield in last night’s semi-finals and final played at the same venue.Following completion of the Round of 16 play earlier in the evening, Trafalgar squared off against the reigning champs in the third quarter-final game; and even though the contest was an evenly contested one in the first period, one could sense that the visitors were gaining momentum in the final period.Their hero, Kevin McKenzie, opened his account in the 16th minute with a neat flick into an empty goal, and he was back in action three minutes later when he netted a Guinness goal to seal a well-deserved victory and a place in the last four for his team.In the first quarter-final matchup, Hopetown, another team from West Berbice, beat Mahaicony 2-0, thanks to a goal from Darren Douglas in the 13th minute and another from Akeemo Watts in the 16th.Derick Taylor’s solitary strike in the 9th minute booked Outsiders’ place in the last four over Dam Boys, while Lichfield outlasted East Bank Gunners 2-0 in a penalty shootout after their clash ended in a 0-0 stalemate.Over $700,000 in prize money and trophies are up for grabs, while a place in the national playoffs is the other incentive to be derived for winning the competition.Complete ResultsGuinness Goal-(GG)-2 GoalsQuarterfinal RoundGame-1Hopetown-2 vs Mahaicony-0Darren Douglas-13thAkeemo Watts-16thGame-2Outsiders-1 vs Dam Boys-0Derick Taylor-9thGame-3Trafalgar-3 vs NA Kings-0Kevin McKenzie-16th and (GG)-19thGame-4East Bank Gunners-0 vs Lichfield-0Lichfield won 2-0 on penalty kicksRound of 16Game-1Hopetown vs Young StrikersHopetown won via walkoverGame-2Outsiders-0 vs Street Knights-0Outsiders won 1-0 on penalty kicksGame-3Orealla Falcons-1 vs East Bank Gunners-2East Bank ScorersRonaldo August-14thQuin Hazel-16thOrealla ScorerRawlston Alpin-13thGame-4Soccer Ville-2 vs Dam Boys-3Dam Boys ScorersOrlan Hinds-9th and (GG)-18thSoccer Ville ScorerAkeem Cadogan-(GG)-19thGame-5Trafalgar-3 vs Platinum Squad-0Adrian Prince-(GG)-19thRyan Schultz-12thGame-6Tucber Giants-0 vs Mahaicony-3Jose Ali-(GG)-19thEwart Abel-5thGame-7NA Kings-3 vs Top-7:1NA ScorersJoshua Butt-5thRay Reddock-9thOwn Goal-16thTop-7 ScorerShaquille Batson-2ndGame-8Lichfield-1 vs Twenties-1Lichfield won 2-1 on penalty kicksLichfield ScorerAllan Garnett-4thTwenties ScorerRonaldo Cassiano-15thlast_img read more

Fabian Delph hails England’s character after dramatic win over Croatia

first_img Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 4 Delph was arguably a surprise selection for this game, starting in midfield alongside Eric Dier and Ross Barkley, however, Southgate explained before the match that Jordan Henderson was carrying an injury.Starting Delph turned out to be a masterstroke, with the Manchester City man spraying the ball around brilliantly to the delight of England fans.But Delph, who played left-back for most of last season at City as cover for the injured Benjamin Mendy, admitted even he doesn’t know where his best position is.He added: “I’m not sure what type of player I am to be honest! Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT 4 Delph was in very impressive form during the game RANKED Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ It looked as though England were going to slump to relegation from the top tier when Andrej Kramaric’s deflected strike gave the visitors an undeserved lead.However, the introduction of substitutes Dele Alli, Lingard and Jadon Sancho helped Gareth Southgate’s men get a second wind and eventually secure the win.And Delph cited the character in the England dressing room as the main reason for them completing the comeback, while also heaping praise on the second-half substitutes.Speaking to talkSPORT’s Nigel Adderley after the game, Delph said: “The win doesn’t surprise me. We’ve got a lot of character in the dressing room, we’ve got a management team that believe in us and we’re all heading in the same direction. “After going a goal behind I don’t think we panicked out there, we stayed true to ourselves and as I said we’ve got more than enough to come from a goal behind to win.“The subs that came on made a massive difference.“We only had two days to plan for this game after playing the USA. I thought we put in a really good performance and that set the tone for this game.“We’ve planned diligently going into this game, we knew what threats they were going to cause us and we’ve managed to nail the game plan down to a tee.” Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Delph captained England in their friendly against the USA before Wayne Rooney came on “I’m playing left-back at Man City with the ability to come inside and also the ability to stay wide.“I’ve played attacking midfield, defensive midfield and I feel I can do myself justice wherever I play.“For me, it’s all about the team, I’ve always been that way and if I can help the team push forward then I’m happy.” Most Popular Football News Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos tense center_img LATEST BEST OF scrap Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 4 Lingard, Dele Alli and Jadon Sancho helped England find a second wind latest revealed England showed huge grit to beat their World Cup conquerors 4 Fabian Delph said he was not surprised to see England beat Croatia despite going a goal down to the World Cup finalists in the second-half.The Three Lions clawed their way back to reach the finals of the inaugural UEFA Nations League with strikes from Jesse Lingard and Harry Kane ensuring an excellent 2-1 comeback victory. gameday cracker The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decadelast_img read more