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Ten-man Burnley well beaten in Europa League play-off first leg

Ten-man Burnley well beaten in Europa League play-off first leg

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Burnley boss Sean Dyche felt the officials succumbed to pressure from Olympiakos players during his side's 3-1 defeat in the first leg of their Europa League play-off in Athens.The Clarets lost 3-1 in a game that saw their defender Ben Gibson sent off and both sides awarded a penalty.Dyche criticised the conduct of the home team in the tunnel at half-time. "They were waiting for the referee. You all saw the feel of the game was different in the second half," he said."The scenes I saw at half-time from all and sundry around the referee on their side, you're left scratching your head."All I keep getting told is respect the officials with your conduct around the referee."The score was 1-1 at the...
Rangers 3-1 NK Maribor: Steven Gerrard’s men claim crucial victory in Europa League qualifier first leg

Rangers 3-1 NK Maribor: Steven Gerrard’s men claim crucial victory in Europa League qualifier first leg

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GERS ON SONG Goals from Alfredo Morelos, James Tavernier and Lassana Coulibaly helped Gers to the victory over the Slovenian side at Ibrox James Tavernier showed just why Steven Gerrard batted away interest from West Brom as the Rangers captain’s penalty helped them towards a 3-1 win over Maribor at Ibrox. Gers rejected an approach by the Championship club earlier this week ahead of the Scottish side’s clash with the Slovenians. Tavernier’s penalty early in the second-half gave Rangers a 2-1 lead And it was the captain who took on the responsibility of firing the Light Blues back in front after their sluggish first-half display had threaten to hand the visitors the first-leg momentum. Alfredo Morelos was back in the side fol...
Rangers 1-1 Osijek (Agg 2-1): Gers ride luck to continue Europa League progress

Rangers 1-1 Osijek (Agg 2-1): Gers ride luck to continue Europa League progress

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report Nikola Katic scored a crucial second-half goal to help Steven Gerrard's side through Nikola Katic helped kill off Croatian compatriots Osijek as his second-half goal was enough to see Rangers through with a 1-1 Europa League draw at Ibrox. The centre-half headed home from close range eight minutes into the second half as the Light Blues extended the lead given to them by Alfredo Morelos’ first-leg strike. It wasn’t plain sailing for Gerrard’s side Borna Barisic became the first player to net against Steven Gerrard’s Gers with his last minute strike, but the hosts clung on for a 2-1 aggregate win to set up a meeting with Slovenians Maribor in the third qualifying round. With only a slender lead from last weekR...
Osijek 0-1 Rangers: Steven Gerrard enjoys Europa League victory thanks to Alfredo Morelos header

Osijek 0-1 Rangers: Steven Gerrard enjoys Europa League victory thanks to Alfredo Morelos header

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MATCH REPORT The Liverpool legend watched as his side delivered a clinical performance in Croatia Rangers claimed their first European away win in a decade as Alfredo Morelos’ header secured a 1-0 victory over Osijek. Two sloppy showings already this season had meant the Colombian has come under intense scrutiny for his performances in Rangers’ opening Europa League qualifier with Macedonians Shkupi. Morelos scored the winner in Croatia (pictured scoring in a pre-season friendly) But the 22-year-old answered his critics in the perfect manner as he grabbed the all-important away goal with his 18th-minute winner at the City Garden Stadium. Gerrard’s team had to ride their luck at times but the Light Blues held on for thei...
Plumes of ocean spray are emanating from Jupiter's moon Europa

Plumes of ocean spray are emanating from Jupiter's moon Europa

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May 14 (UPI) -- New research offers additional evidence of plumes emanating from Europa's subsurface ocean. Images captured by the Hubble Telescope have previously suggested the presence of ocean plumes ejected through tissues in the icy crust of Jupiter's moon. Some astronomers were skeptical of the Hubble results, however. The newest proof was discovered among data collected by the Galileo mission in 1997 during a Europa flyby. Scientists detailed the new proof in a paper published Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy. Scientists with the Cassini mission were able to identify water plumes protruding from Saturn's moon Enceladus by measuring perturbations in the magnetic fields surrounding the satellite. Molecules and atoms ejected in a watery plume quickly become ionized as solar win...