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Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino reach incredible milestone number of combined goals for Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp

Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino reach incredible milestone number of combined goals for Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp

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Liverpool’s sensational attacking trio have now scored a combined 250 goals in all competitions under Jurgen Klopp. Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino share the impressive stat, which has been developed over the past five years since the German manager joined in 2015. Getty Images - Getty Firmino has 77 Liverpool goals under Klopp, while Salah has 94 and Mane is on 79 2️⃣5️⃣0️⃣ combined goals in all competitions under Jürgen Klopp! 9️⃣4️⃣ Salah 👑 7️⃣9️⃣ Mane ⚡️7️⃣7️⃣ Firmino 😎 pic.twitter.com/oQ9nIwPY2e — Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions 🏆) (@LFC) July 8, 2020 Firmino has been at Anfield for the entirety of Klopp’s tenure, while Mane joined in 2016 and Salah a year later. Despite this, the Egyptian is responsible for the most goals –
Pentagon, VA adapting as number of COVID-19 cases grows, officials say

Pentagon, VA adapting as number of COVID-19 cases grows, officials say

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July 7 (UPI) -- The Department of Defense has opened an outdoor facility for "safe and socially distant workouts," and officials say they are closely monitoring and adapting as the number of COVID-19 cases among active duty military continues to climb. The number of cumulative cases listed on the Pentagon's website as of Monday was 14,992, up from 12,521 Thursday. Advertisement The number of cases has doubled during June, and 2,471 new cases of COVID-19 were reported over the holiday weekend. Cases among veterans are also up, with Veterans Affairs officials reporting nearly 5,000 active cases of coronavirus among patients in the agency's care -- a threefold increase over the last month. VA Secretary Robert Wilkie told reporters Tuesday that so far the department is managing the new casel...
Number of COVID-19 cases among military service members doubled in June

Number of COVID-19 cases among military service members doubled in June

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July 2 (UPI) -- The number of cases of coronavirus among active-duty military personnel has more than doubled in the past three weeks, according to information published by the Department of Defense. As of Wednesday, 6,493 U.S. service members currently have the virus -- up from 2,807 on June 10. Advertisement The number of cumulative cases listed on the departments's website Thursday was 12,521, up from 6,864 cumulative cases on June 3. The Army has surpassed the Navy in terms of the number of cases, with 3,836 as of Thursday, compared to 3,662. COVID-19 has claimed the lives of three service members since the pandemic began. According to Johns Hopkins University's running totals, there have been at least 2.7 million cases of COVID-19 in the United States, with 128,651 deaths. Pentagon o...
Coronavirus: Number of Covid-19 infections tops 10m worldwide

Coronavirus: Number of Covid-19 infections tops 10m worldwide

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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world has passed the milestone of 10 million, according to Johns Hopkins University in the US. The virus emerged in China late last year and has since led to more than 500,000 deaths, Johns Hopkins reports.Half the world's cases have been in the US and Europe, but Covid-19 is now rapidly growing in the Americas. The virus is also affecting South Asia and Africa, where it is not expected to peak until the end of July. Outbreaks are still spreading in many parts of the world, with one million new cases recorded in the last six days. The US has reported a total of 2.5 million cases and 125,000 deaths with Covid...
Redskins retire Bobby Mitchell’s number, remove ex-owner’s name from seating level

Redskins retire Bobby Mitchell’s number, remove ex-owner’s name from seating level

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June 21 (UPI) -- The Washington Redskins are retiring the number worn by the late Bobby Mitchell and renaming the lower level of the team's FedEx Field in his honor, the club announced Saturday. Mitchell -- the first African American player in the franchise's history -- will become only the second player in the Redskins' 88-year history to have his jersey number retired. Sammy Baugh's No. 33 previously was the only retired number. Advertisement Mitchell, who wore No. 49 with the Redskins, died in early April at age 84. "There is no one more deserving of these honors than the late Bobby Mitchell," Redskins owner Dan Snyder said in a statement. "Bobby was one of the most influential players not only in our team's history, but in the National Football League. "He excelled on the field, in t...