Olivier Giroud, Kurt Zouma and Christian Pulisic struck for the Blues after Patrick Bamford’s early opener.
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Giroud on target as Chelsea go top after coming from behind to beat Leeds
The Blue Raiders had three games canceled or postponed in 2020. The school said it felt it was time for players to go home to be with their families.
Cadiz have also sunk Real Madrid on their return to the top-flight.
Chelsea 3-1 Leeds: Olivier Giroud and Kurt zouma had earlier responded to Patrick Bamford’s opener
James Akinjo scored 15 points, Dalen Terry had a steal and the clinching free throws with five seconds left and Arizona edged Eastern Washington 70-67 on Saturday. The Eagles had a chance when Tanner Groves converted a three-point play with 41 seconds left and Azuolas Tubelis only made one free throw after being fouled grabbing his own miss with 13 seconds left.
Power lines were downed causing outages in parts of Connecticut on December 5 as the first nor’easter of the season began dumping snow across New England.Power supplier Eversource said “heavy, wet snow” was weighing down trees and power lines, with outages mainly affecting eastern parts of the state.Roadways across the state were becoming slick, NBC Connecticut reported Saturday afternoon. State police had tweeted earlier that they were “responding to accidents all over the state,” and asked motorists to stay home if they can. Credit: @eweather via Storyful
Fans returned to Stamford Bridge just in time to see Chelsea go top of the Premier League as they came from behind to beat Leeds 3-1. Patrick Bamford put the visitors ahead inside five minutes before Olivier Giroud - in the starting line-up in the league for the first time this season after his four-goal haul against Sevilla - levelled the scores. Chelsea created most of the chances and went ahead in the 61st minute when Kurt Zouma jumped higher than everyone to power a Mason Mount corner down and into net.
Sophomore quarterback Carter Bradley threw for 432 yards and three touchdowns and Toledo beat Northern Illinois 41-24 on Saturday. Toledo (3-2, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) broke the game in open in the fourth quarter after the two played to a 17-all tie in the first half and a scoreless third quarter. Thomas Cluckey's 22-yard field goal with 11:31 left to play ended an 11-play, 51-yard drive.
Hundreds of soccer fans watched Northampton Town play Doncaster Rovers at the PTS Academy Stadium in Northampton, England, on December 5 after a monthlong lockdown was eased across the country.Video from fan Graeme Scott shows supporters chanting as players entered the field. “Nothing like being in the stadium to watch a game of football,” he wrote in a caption. “Ok the result wasn’t what we wanted but wasn’t it great to be back?”The first match since early March saw 1,164 people in attendance, which met the limit permitted for outdoor gatherings under Tier Two COVID-19 restrictions, according to the UK government. Credit: Graeme Scott via Storyful
Jones hopes to supply a 20-strong contingent to next summer’s tour to South Africa.
Tiffany, best known for the 80s hit "I Think We're Alone Now," tells PEOPLE that she's having a "low-key" holiday season
It was a pre-Christmas miracle. Or maybe a reminder of the line from the classic song Santa Claus is Coming to Town, to wit: “You better watch out.” In a moment straight outta Hollywood, Doug Henning wore a Buddy the Elf costume like the one actor Will Ferrell’s character wore in the 2003 film Elf […]
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp reportedly refused the president's demand for a special legislative session to overturn Georgia's election result.
The family of Roald Dahl have quietly published an apology for his perceived anti-Semitism, saying his past remarks were “incomprehensible” to them. There has been ongoing controversy about the legacy of the children’s author after the re-emergence of a series of remarks about the Jewish faith in his final years. Mr Dahl, who died in 1990 at the age of 74, said in an interview just months before his death he was “certainly anti-Israel and I have become anti-Semitic”. More troublingly, he suggested in a 1983 interview with the News Statesman that Hitler did not pick up on anti-Semitism “for no reason”. It has now emerged that his family had published a statement in a corner of his official website apologising for the views he had expressed. It comes as several of Mr Dahl’s celebrated stories have made a return to the screen, including an animated adaptation of Matilda for Netflix and a version of The Witches, released this year. The streaming giant is also planning a spin-off series based on the Willy Wonka books, focusing on the Oompa-Loompas who work at his chocolate factory. The statement “regarding anti-Semitic comments made by Roald Dahl” was signed by the Dahl family and the Roald Dahl Story Company, which manages the rights of the author’s characters and stories. It said: “The Dahl family and the Roald Dahl Story Company deeply apologise for the lasting and understandable hurt caused by some of Roald Dahl’s statements. “Those prejudiced remarks are incomprehensible to us and stand in marked contrast to the man we knew and to the values at the heart of Roald Dahl's stories, which have positively impacted young people for generations. “We hope that, just as he did at his best, at his absolute worst, Roald Dahl can help remind us of the lasting impact of words.” There was reportedly no publicity surrounding the statement and no Jewish groups were informed of the move. The Roald Dahl Story Company addressed the discrete publication of the statement on Saturday night. “We loved Roald, but we passionately disagree with his anti-Semitic comments,” it said in a statement to The Sunday Times. “This is why we chose to apologise on our website, an apology easily found on Google.”
The professional dancer was the star of the opening number.
City secured back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time this season thanks to early goals from Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne.
Manchester United came from behind to win away from home for the fifth time in the Premier League this season by beating West Ham 3-1 on Saturday - though the performance levels certainly didn’t escape Gary Neville. United were deservedly 1-0 down at half-time of the Premier League clash in east London, with only West Ham’s poor finishing ensuring the visitors were still in the game at all.
After surrendering the lead in the most excruciating way possible, Missouri drove the field in the final 43 seconds and beat Arkansas 50-48 on Saturday when Harrison Mevis made a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The Tigers (5-3) erased a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to take the lead, only to give it up in the final minute. Arkansas quarterback K.J. Jefferson threw a touchdown pass to Mike Woods to cut Missouri’s lead to 48-47, and coach Sam Pittman elected to go for a 2-point conversion.