Manchester United Fined for Pitch Invasions in Juventus Defeat
The UEFA charged Manchester United for field invasions by spectators during their 1-0 home defeat by Juventus in the Champions League. According to the European’s soccer’s governing body- A fan ran onto the pitch early on in the game at Old Trafford on Tuesday and yet again another did the same thing at the end of the match. Both men ran towards the former Manchester United player Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese who had a hand in Juventus’ winning goal seemed to compensate the second invader, by taking a selfie with his phone while the stewards struggled to hold the fan.
The UEFA penalized Man United for breaking the rule stated in article 16 of their disciplinary regulations. The case would be dealt with by their Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on November 22
Furthermore, Manchester United may be charged for coming late to the game; the UEFA fined them a total of €15 000 earlier this month for a later arrival for their home match against Valencia in the same competition, which delayed kickoff.
UEFA Champions League Fixtures
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Match Day Four
Tuesday 6 November
Group A: Monaco v Club Brugge (18:55CET), Atlético v Dortmund
Group B: Tottenham v PSV Eindhoven, Inter v Barcelona
Group C: Crvena Zvezda v Liverpool (18:55CET), Napoli v Paris
Group D: Porto v Lokomotiv Moskva, Schalke v Galatasaray
Wednesday 7 November
Group E: Bayern München v AEK Athens, Benfica v Ajax
Group F: Lyon v Hoffenheim, Manchester City v Shakhtar
Group G: CSKA Moskva v Roma (18:55CET), Viktoria Plzeň v Real Madrid
Group H: Valencia v Young Boys (18:55CET), Juventus v Manchester United
Match Day Five
Tuesday 27 November
Group E: AEK Athens v Ajax (18:55CET), Bayern München v Benfica
Group F: Hoffenheim v Shakhtar, Lyon v Manchester City
Group G: CSKA Moskva v Viktoria Plzeň (18:55CET) , Roma v Real Madrid
Group H: Manchester United v Young Boys, Juventus v Valencia
Wednesday 28 November
Group A: Atlético v Monaco (18:55CET), Dortmund v Club Brugge
Group B: PSV Eindhoven v Barcelona, Tottenham v Inter
Group C: Paris v Liverpool, Napoli v Crvena Zvezda
Group D: Lokomotiv Moskva v Galatasaray (18:55CET), Porto v Schalke
Match Day Six
Tuesday 11 December
Group A: Club Brugge v Atlético, Monaco v Dortmund
Group B: Barcelona v Tottenham, Inter v PSV Eindhoven
Group C: Liverpool v Napoli, Crvena Zvezda v Paris
Group D: Galatasaray v Porto (18:55CET), Schalke v Lokomotiv Moskva
Wednesday 12 December
Group E: Ajax v Bayern München, Benfica v AEK Athens
Group F: Shakhtar v Lyon, Manchester City v Hoffenheim
Group G: Real Madrid v CSKA Moskva (18:55CET), Viktoria Plzeň v Roma (18:55CET)
Group H: Young Boys v Juventus, Valencia v Manchester United
Settling Old Scores: Dereck Chisora expects to finally agree a rematch with Dillian Whyte
According to Skysport.com, Dereck Chisora insists his heavyweight rematch with Dillian Whyte is “going to happen” and expects to finally agree terms next week.
In December 2016, Whyte won their first meeting by split decision, but it had raised doubts about a second fight with Dereck at the O2 on December 22, insisting there was a massive danger of his British rival missing out on a juicy bout.
However, Finchley man Chisora who is now managed by David Haye, is positive about the lengthy negotiations will be rounded off in the next few days.
“It will be announced when [promoter Eddie Hearn] comes back from America, I think. Talks are going well.
“We’re just waiting for Eddie to come back from America. He’s in America and he’ll be back on Monday.”
Dillian Whyte had suggested the deal was getting “worse”, warning Dereck Chisora that he would seek for other options, and had entered talks with Dominic Breazeale.
Dereck Chisora was not bothered, saying “Oh man, tell the puppy not to worry. The fight is happening on the December 22.”
The talks had intensified since July when Chisora enjoyed a career-best knockout win against Carlos Takam on the same night Whyte won Joseph Parker.
Chisora named Haye, who is a former rival to whom he lost a fight in 2012, his manager
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- 27: Copper Box Arena, London – John Ryder v Andrey Sirotkin (WBA super-middleweight final eliminator), Ted Cheeseman v AsiniaByfield (British super-welterweight title)
- Arena Armeec, Sofia, Bulgaria – KubratPulev v Hughie Fury (heavyweight)
- Madison Square Garden, New York – Alberto Machado v Yuandale Evans (WBA super featherweight title); Daniel Jacobs v SergiyDerevyanchenko (IBF middleweight title); Heather Hardy v Shelly Vincent (WBO featherweight)
- Lakefront Arena, New Orleans – World Boxing Series super-lightweight quarter-final – Regis Prograis v Terry Flanagan
- 3: SSE Hydro, Glasgow – World Boxing Series super-lightweight quarter-finals: Ryan Burnett v NonitoDonaire (also WBA bantamweight world title); Josh Taylor v Ryan Martin
- 10: Manchester Arena, OleksandrUsyk v Tony Bellew (WBC, IBF, WBA & WBO world cruiserweight titles); Anthony Crolla v DaudYordan (final eliminator for WBA world lightweight title); Joe Cordina v Scott Cardle (Commonwealth & WBA International lightweight titles)
- 24: Monte Carlo, Monaco – KalYafai v Israel Gonzalez (WBA super-flyweight world title); Frank Buglioni v FanlongMeng (IBF Inter-Continental light-heavyweight title); Denis Lebedev v Mike Wilson (WBA cruiserweight world title); Zhilei Zhang v Alexander Ustinov (heavyweight)
- 1: Staples Center, Los Angeles – Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury (WBC world heavyweight title)
- 15: Madison Square Garden, New York – Rocky Fielding v Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez (regular WBA super middleweight title)
- 22: Manchester Arena – Josh Warrington v Carl Frampton (IBF world featherweight title)
In case you miss previous games, below are the results
20: Boston, USA
Demetrius Andrade bt Walter Kautondokwa by unanimous decision (vacant WBO world middleweight title)
Tevin Farmer bt James Tennyson by fifth round stoppage (IBF world super-featherweight title)
Katie Taylor bt Cindy Serrano by unanimous decision (IBF and WBA lightweight titles)
Kid Galahad btToka Kahn Clary by unanimous decision (final eliminator for IBF world featherweight title)
Brentwood Centre, Essex
Anthony Yardebt Walter Gabriel Sequeira by fourth round stoppage (WBO Intercontinental title)
Johnny Gartonbt Gary Corcoran by 11th round stoppage (British welterweight title)
World Boxing Super Series quarter-finals: Emmanuel Rodriguez bt Jason Maloney by split decision (bantamweight); YunierDorticosbt Mateusz Masternak by unanimous decision(cruiserweight)
Francesco Paterabt Lewis Ritson by split points decision (vacant European lightweight title)
Joshua Buatsibt Tony Averlant by first-round stoppage (WBA International light-heavyweight championship)
Robbie Davies Jr bt Glenn Foot by unanimous decision (British & Commonwealth super-lightweight championships)
Dave Allen bt Samir Nebo by first-round knock-out (heavyweight)
ZolaniTetebt Mikhail Aloyan by unanimous decision (WBO world bantamweight title)
Terence Crawford bt Jose Benavidez by 12th round knock-out (WBO world welterweight title)
Las Vegas, USA
Angel Acosta bt Abraham Rodriguez by second round knock-out (WBO light flyweight)
Nicola Adams bt Isabel Millan by unanimous points decision (interim WBO flyweight)
Daniel Dubois bt Kevin Johnson by unanimous points decision
Jack CatterallbtOhara Davies by unanimous points decision (WBO intercontinental super-lightweight title)
Chicago, United States – ArturBeterbievbtCallum Johnson by fourth-round stoppage (IBF world light-heavyweight)
Daniel Roman bt Gavin McDonnell by 10th-round stoppage (WBA world super-bantamweight)
Jessie Vargas drew with Thomas Dulorme (welterweight)
Jarrell Miller bt Tomasz Adamek by second-round stoppage (heavyweight)
Caroline Wozniacki Battles with Rheumatoid Arthritis
‘You just kind of move on from it and work through it and figure out how to deal with it and live with it’
Caroline Wozniacki has revealed she has suffered with rheumatoid arthritis for the last few months, after being diagnosed before the US Open.
The former world No 1, who won the Australian Open in January for her maiden Grand Slam title, admitted she was “shocked” when she found out but has been able to play through the illness.
Wozniacki saw her 2018 season come to an end on Thursday as the defending champion was knocked out of the WTA Finals in Singapore after a defeat to Elina Svitolina.
“I’m very proud of how I have been so positive through it all and just kind of tried to not let that hinder me,” Wozniacki said of the condition, which causes swelling of the joints and fatigue.
“I didn’t want to talk about it during the year because I don’t want to give anyone the edge, thinking I’m not feeling well. You learn how to just cope after matches.
“Some days you wake up and you can’t get out of bed and you just have to know that’s how it is, but other days you live and you’re fine. You don’t even feel like you have it.”
Wozniacki, who will now use the off-season to plan how to manage the illness, admitted there had been days where she had found it difficult to get out of bed.
“In the beginning it was a shock. Just you feel like you’re the fittest athlete out there, or that’s in my head, that’s what I’m known for, and all of a sudden you have this to work with.
“It’s obviously not ideal for anybody and I think when you’re a professional athlete, it’s also not even more ideal. But you find a plan, figure out what to do, you do your research, and thankfully there are great things now that you can do to it and do about it.
“You just kind of move on from it and work through it and figure out how to deal with it and live with it.
“You learn how to just cope after matches. Some days you wake up and you can’t get out of bed and you just have to know that’s how it is, but other days you live and you’re fine. You don’t even feel like you have it.”
Wozniacki said she initially felt unwell after Wimbledon before waking up during the Rogers Cup in August unable to lift her arms and would need to deal with the condition on a daily basis.
“The medication has really improved, so that’s amazing,” she said. “You have to think about diet, sleep, everything else.
“You know, it’s a lifetime thing. It’s not something that just goes away.”
–Sky Sport UK
Sunday, 28 October – Monday, 5 November 2018
ATP Rolex Paris Masters
28 October 2018 – 04 November 2018
Nitto ATP Finals
O2 Arena, London, England
10 November 2018 – 18 November 2018
ENGLAND TOUR OF SRI LANKA 2018/19
Sri Lanka fires booze supplier for England tour
On Thursday the 24 of October, Sri Lanka Cricket sent its food and beverage supplier home for selling unlicensed booze during England’s tour of the island, which sparked a mid-match raid by tax agents
The decision followed revelations that tax officers seized the bottles of whisky and wine served to England fans during the fifth one day international match in Colombo.
The island’s cricket board said its hospitality partner, Classic Destination, did not obtain the necessary licenses to serve hard liquor at the ground.
According to the board “”As the firm has failed to act within the law… and bringing disrepute to Sri Lanka Cricket, SLC decided to immediately terminate Classic Destination from delivering further hospitality services during the England tour,” the board said in a statement on Thursday.
Although there was no instant comment from the company, it was not the first controversy of the series with England fans complaining of being charged more than the locals for the same tickets.
However, Sri Lanka denied this fact; they claimed that both the English and the local supporters paid the same amount. Nonetheless, its hospitality partner , Classic Destination, drinks, and bundled food with a grandstand seats in package selling for $120.
The British media kicked against it, they described the arrangement as a “rip off”. Also, the Barmy Amy (English fans) asked Sri Lankan cricket officials to reduce the charges, but they refused; they claimed that the prices for the tickets were the same for all, so it could not be reduced.
Meanwhile, England has won the ODI series 3-1. A one-off T20 is due on Saturday. Furthermore, three Test matches will commence November 6 with the final match due to end on November 27. Watch your favorite matches while you are on the go with IPTV UK app.