Lukaku injury mars Chelsea's thrashing of Malmo

Chelsea were rocked by injuries to Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner as the holders got their Champions League campaign back on track with a 4-0 win against Malmo on Wednesday. Thomas Tuchel's side brushed aside the Swedish minnows at Stamford Bridge thanks to Jorginho's penalty brace and goals from Andreas Christensen and Kai Havertz.
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Malmo captain Anders Christiansen snaps at local press after Chelsea thrashing

Malmo captain Anders Christiansen defended his teammates after their thumping at Chelsea. MFF lost 4-0 at Chelsea in last night's third Champions League group game. Afterwards, Christiansen said: "We play against the reigning champion. It would be strange if there was not a big difference between the winner of the Champions League and the winner of the Allsvenskan.
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Anthony Edwards, Karl-Anthony Towns take charge in Timberwolves' 124-106 thrashing of Rockets

With every step-back, Anthony Edwards sent a murmur through the Target Center crowd. A quiet hush would build, just waiting to explode on whatever Edwards decided to do next. On a few occasions in the second quarter, Edwards decided to pull up. He would hit four of his six threes in the quarter, each of them sending the decibel level soaring higher, and at one point Edwards motioned to the Houston bench with some instructions as the Wolves were on their way to a 124-106 victory.
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Chelsea thrash Malmo but Lukaku injured

Chelsea put their Champions League campaign back on course by thrashing Malmo at Stamford Bridge – but it was victory at a price as strike duo Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner suffered injuries. The holders lost their last game against Juventus in Turin but there was no mistake here as...

Manchester City hit five past Club Brugge in Champions League thrashing

Manchester City eased to a comfortable 5-1 win at Club Brugge in the Champions League on Tuesday. Riyad Mahrez scored a brace while Joao Cancelo, Kyle Walker and Cole Palmer also got on the scoresheet. - ESPN+ guide: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, FA Cup, more. - Stream ESPN FC Daily on...
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​Ex-West Ham striker Haller scores in Ajax thrashing of Borussia Dortmund

Former West Ham United striker Sebastien Haller continued his red hot Champions League form. The centre-forward now has six goals in his past three matches in Europe's premier club competition. Haller netted his latest goal in a comfortable 4-0 win over Borussia Dortmund. Marco Reus scored an own goal, while...

4 Arrested In Pattamundai Petrol Pump Worker Thrashing Case

Pattamundai: Police have arrested four persons-two sarpanches, one panchayat samiti member and the proprietor of the petrol pump at Sahupada under Badapada panchayat in Pattamundai block in connection with the brutal thrashing of an employee and his father at a kangaroo court, the video of which had gone viral. Hundreds...

Lady Viking seniors seal win against Granville Central

CREEDMOOR — South Granville said farewell to its graduating players with a 3-0 thrashing against its... Subscribe to The Butner-Creedmoor News today. This content is available in full to subscribers. Click the link below to get unlimited access to our content.

SAD Declared 4 new Candidates, Made new Strategies to Give a Political Thrashing

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) Badal has announced 4 new candidates. These include Harpal Juneja from Patiala, Baldev Singh Mann from Sunam, Gobind Singh Longowal from Lehragaga, and Hardev Singh Megh from Balluana. Before the announcement of assembly elections in Punjab, Akali Dal has announced 74 candidates. Akali Dal will fight on 97 seats out of 117 seats in Punjab.

Bath volleyball team fights it out with Craig County

HOT SPRINGS – Bath secured its fourth win of the season Monday when it duked it out with Craig County in five sets – 16-25, 25-18, 23-25, 25-23, 15-8. Anyone who wandered in off the street would have thought it was a Craig home game. The Bath parents were silent, the student section was chatting, and even head coach Chase Davidson was silent as Craig gave Bath a thrashing in the first set.

Texas A&M football: Aggies show me something in thrashing of Mizzou

If I were to tell you that Texas A&M lost the time of possession battle, converted just 3-of-9 on 3rd down, completed barely more than 50 percent of its passes (13-for-25) for 148 yards and missed both field goal tries, you’d probably think your worst fears had been realized and the Aggies had a huge letdown after the monumental victory over Alabama last week. Right?