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Man City striker Gabriel Jesus saves Roberto Firmino’s blushes as Brazil book Copa America semi-final spot

Man City striker Gabriel Jesus saves Roberto Firmino’s blushes as Brazil book Copa America semi-final spot

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DIVINE INTERVENTION Brazil had 26 shots on target but could not find a way past 10-man Paraguay during 90 minutes Gabriel Jesus scored the decisive spot-kick to send Brazil through to the Copa America semi-finals as they overcame 10-man Paraguay 4-3 on penalties. The Manchester City striker spared the blushes of Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino, who blasted his effort from 12 yards wide. Getty Images - Getty Gabriel Jesus scores the decisive penalty latest Man United transfer news live: Pogba pictured in leaked away kit, Wan-Bissaka close Pictured Photo of Wan-Bissaka in a Man United shirt emerges before official
Rhian Sugden melts web with mind-blowing bikini display: ‘Sweet baby Jesus’

Rhian Sugden melts web with mind-blowing bikini display: ‘Sweet baby Jesus’

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The red-hot glamour model is currently enjoying her belated honeymoon with her husband Oliver Mellor.And Rhian Sugden looks as though she’s living her best life, if her latest sexy social media snap is anything to go by.The 32-year-old stunner took to Instagram today to share a photo of herself soaking up the sunshine poolside.Rhian showcased her mind-blowing curves in a tiny yellow bikini, which looked like it was about to explode under the pressure of her burgeoning bosom. Related Articles Perching upon a rock, the former Page 3 girl flaunted a golden tan as she happily stared into the sun.She kept her makeup simple for the teasing display, while her golden locks were swept back into a sleek down do.Adding a touch of glam to the look, Rhian slipped on a pair of black cat-eye sunglasse
Manchester City 3-0 Wolves: Gabriel Jesus scores twice as City narrow gap on Liverpool

Manchester City 3-0 Wolves: Gabriel Jesus scores twice as City narrow gap on Liverpool

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Gabriel Jesus scored twice as Manchester City eased past 10-man Wolves to cut Liverpool's lead at the top of the table to four points.City did not manage a repeat of the scoring feats that had seen them hit 16 goals against Rotherham and Burton in their previous two games, but the outcome was rarely in doubt despite the relatively modest winning margin.Jesus opened the scoring after 10 minutes when Leroy Sane ran on to a peach of a pass by Aymeric Laporte and squared for the Brazilian to slide home. A tough task for Wolves got even harder when Willy Boly was dismissed nine minutes later, with the French defender shown a straight red card for a dangerous jumping challenge on Bernardo Silva.Liv...