Pep Guardiola was unhappy with the suggestion that what Manchester City do is easy.City won 2-0 against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park and the result never looked in any doubt. Gabriel Jesus and David Silva scored in the first half to see Guardiola’s side temporarily cut Liverpool’s lead at the top to five points. Getty Images - Getty Pep Guardiola’s side beat Crystal Palace 2-0 The City boss did not like people thinking it is easy for his side when they win. He told talkSPORT: “It is always routine when you win and when you lose against Wolves you are a disaster. “It’s always like this. We are a good team and sometimes the opponents are good, sometimes we have a bad performance but it’s not routine and there’s a lot of work behind it. “You cannot imagine
The Premier League once again did not fail to disappoint over the weekend with twists and turns that only this division could produce. Manchester City and Liverpool unsurprisingly secured three points, while Chelsea boss Frank Lampard claimed his first win in charge of the club at Norwich. Getty Images - Getty Klopp’s side continued their flying start to the campaign The shocks of the weekend came at Old Trafford and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where Crystal Palace and Newcastle secured famous wins on the road to kick their season into gear. But what did we learn from the weekend’s action? talkSPORT.com highlights some of the key take aways from Gameweek 3… Mount is the real deal Frank Lampard has showed faith in his youngsters this season and he
July 23 (UPI) -- Physicists in Europe have managed send light through a two-dimensional crystal layer, a breakthrough that provides a semiconducting platform for quantum computing. In modern computers -- in laptops or smartphones -- the storage and movement of information is carried out by flowing electrons. The flow of electrons is controlled by small semiconductor devices called transistors. If electrons were replaced by photons, the movement of information inside a computer could happen at the speed of light. This is the idea behind quantum computing. Scientists have repeatedly demonstrated the potential of quantum technology -- teleporting and storing bits of information using light -- but only at small scales. No quantum computer yet exists. One of the problems is that researchers ...
VERY GOOD The Eagles academy products have been in outstanding form for Roy Hodgson's men so far this season Arsenal boss Unai Emery has heaped praise on Crystal Palace academy duo Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and insists he has plenty of his own young players pushing for a place in his squad. The Gunners host Roy Hodgson’s Palace on Sunday and are looking to maintain their push for a top-four finish. Wilfried Zaha, left, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have both been outstanding for Crystal Palace this season While the Eagles have endured difficult spells during the campaign, Zaha and Wan-Bissaka have often stood out as star performers. They both came through the ranks at Selhurst Park and have been linked with moves away this summer. Emery sin
Tottenham celebrated the official opening of their magnificent new £1bn stadium with a crucial victory over Crystal Palace to cement their place in the Premier League's top four.After two dress-rehearsal games, Spurs staged the opening ceremony before kick-off, 689 days after their last league fixture on this site against Manchester United.And, after a series of celebrations to mark the occasion, Spurs overcame a nervous first 45 minutes in their new home to record their first Premier League win since 10 February when they beat Leicester City at Wembley. South Korean Son Heung-min will take his place in history as the first player to score a Premier League goal here when his shot from the edg