Media playback is unsupported on your device US President Donald Trump has held his first campaign rally since the US coronavirus lockdown began, in front of a smaller than expected crowd. Mr Trump had boasted earlier this week that almost a million people had requested tickets for the event at Tulsa's Bank of Oklahoma Center.But the 19,000-seat arena was far from full and plans for him to address an outside "overflow" area were abandoned.There had been concerns about holding the rally during the pandemic.Coronavirus was one issue Mr Trump touched on in his wide-ranging, almost two-hour-long speech to cheering supporters in Oklahoma, a Republican heartland.Mr Trump said he told officials to slow down Covid-19 testing because so many cases were...
Lewis Grabban’s 17th goal of the season rescued a 2-2 draw for promotion-chasing Nottingham Forest at struggling Middlesbrough in the Championship.Grabban levelled with four minutes remaining despite claims from Boro that the striker had fouled goalkeeper Aynsley Pears. Getty Images - Getty Sabri Lamouchi’s Nottingham Forest will be disappointed with a draw The hosts had appeared on course to move out of the bottom three with a first win in 10 games after responding to Ryan Yates’ 29th-minute opener with two goals in four minutes through Rudy Gestede and Lewis Wing. But Grabban’s intervention kept Jonathan Woodgate’s side in the relegation zone and saw Forest edge to within eight points of second-place Leeds in the race for promotion to the Premier League.
Wolves and Leicester played out an exciting goalless draw at Molineux on Friday night but the hosts will feel they could and probably should have got the three points. Willy Boly though he’d given Wolves the lead just before the break but his goal was ruled out following a very marginal call by VAR. Foxes midfielder Hamza Choudhury was sent off late in the second half but Nuno Espirito Santo’s men were unable to find the precious winning goal. More follows… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
Perry Groves believes Chelsea have bigger problems than Arsenal after a ‘terrible’ performance against the ten-man Gunners at Stamford Bridge. The Blues boasted a numerical advantage from the 26th minute onwards, as their former defender David Luiz was sent off for the visitors. But Frank Lampard’s team could not make it count, as they twice surrendered the lead to be held to a 2-2 draw by their gutsy London rivals, who performed better with ten men than when they had 11. Getty Images - Getty Hector Bellerin scored a dramatic equaliser for Arsenal in his first start since December 5. The Spaniard was also handed the captain’s armband by Mikel Arteta It was a draw that felt like a defeat for Chelsea, with boos heard from the home supporters at the fin
[unable to retrieve full-text content]We’ll keep you updated with all the latest Arsenal news with the transfer window now open… ‘We left our soul at Highbury’, admits former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger Arsenal have been urged not to sign Paris Saint-Germain defender Layvin Kurzawa by Giles Grimandi Arteta says Chelsea game is a ‘must-win’ and suggests Arsenal may not […] talkSPORT