Mauricio Pochettino admitted he was disappointed with the performance and the result as Tottenham Hotspur succumbed to Newcastle United. The Magpies had yet to pick up a single point under new boss Steve Bruce and faced a Spurs side that got to the Champions League final and held out the reigning Premier League champions last weekend. However, £40million summer signing Joelinton showed great composure to tuck away one of the few chances for the visitors as they claimed a vital 1-0 win. AFP or licensors Pochettino cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines Speaking to talkSPORT’s Ian ‘The Moose’ Abrahams after the game, Pochettino revealed he was upset with the way his side played. “When asked if he thought Spurs were flat, Pochettino said; “Yes I would
TOO STRONG It was a simple night's work for Khan Amir Khan floored Billy Dib twice to secure a fourth-round knockout on Friday night in Saudi Arabia. The Brit made his physical attributes tell against his overmatched, undersized, late-replacement opponent and put him away without any trouble. Getty The performance echoed Khan’s comeback win over Phil Lo Greco last year In the opening round, the size difference between the pair was blatant as super-featherweight Dib jumped up 17lbs to face welterweight Khan on short notice. Although nothing hugely significant landed from either man, it seemed to be only a matter of time. Come the second, this theory proved true as the Brit decked the Australian with a big left hook. Dib survived the
By Lucia Binding, news reporter There is "absolutely no evidence" that Russia influenced the Brexit result by using Facebook, Sir Nick Clegg has said.The tech giant's vice president said Facebook has run two full analyses of the data it held in the run-up to the 2016 referendum, and found no "significant attempt" by outside forces to influence the vote's outcome. Sir Nick argued on BBC Radio 4 that "the roots to British euroscepticism go very deep". Image: Facebook was not used to influence the Brexit result, Sir Nick said Brexit opponents have repeatedly questioned whether the Kremlin played a role in the vote by promoting stories online on issues including immigration in a bid to sway opinion.Th...
NEW DELHI: Even if the election outcome on May 23 delivers shock verdict, Dalal Street is unlikely to swing more than 10 per cent. Analysts say the market has already witnessed severe battering from non-political factors like adverse global cues and mixed March quarter earnings and valuations have come off quite a bit. “I do not think there is any optimism left. People are cautious; they are suffering because of economic pain. The approach should be to get the house in order rather to going overboard with optimism,” Ravi Dharamshi, CIO, ValueQuest Investment Advisors, told ETNow. In May alone, the market has taken a major hit following the April losses. Indian market been one of the top losers among major emerging markets so far in May amid renewed concerns over the US-China trade war. Agg
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Some experts fear the meeting could result in an ill-considered deal. ABC News: International