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first_imgThe Spanish international’s first clear opening was well saved by England World Cup hopeful Nick Pope low to his right.Pope, though, could arguably have done better when the opening goal arrived on 20 minutes as he punched Victor Moses’s cross into the onrushing Kevin Long and the ball ricocheted off the defender into his own net.Much worse was to come for Morata on the hour mark when he burst clear on goal, but, with just Pope to beat, side-footed wide of the target.That miss looked like it could be the turning point in the game when four minutes later Burnley levelled in fortuitous fashion.Joey Gudmundsson’s long-range effort was heading well wide until it deflected off Ashley Barnes to completely wrong-foot Chelsea ‘keeper Thibaut Courtois.Just minutes later, though, Chelsea retook the lead when Moses fired in low at Pope’s near post from Emerson Palmieri’s cross.Morata then stormed off the field in disgust at himself as he was replaced by Hazard for the final 20 minutes.But despite some delightful touches by the Belgian, Chelsea had to settle for victory by the finest of margins.At the King Power, Leicester manager Claude Puel took his revenge after Southampton sacked the Frenchman despite finishing eighth and reaching the League Cup final last season by pushing his former employers closer to the drop.In a game of few clear-cut chances, Shane Long had Southampton’s best effort as he was denied by a point-blank save by Leicester’s reserve goalkeeper Ben Hamer.At the other end, Alex McCarthy also made a smart stop from Jamie Vardy as Southampton at least stopped a run of four straight league defeats.Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Chelsea kept their outside chances of chasing down Tottenham Hotspur for a place in next season’s Champions League alive as a much-changed side secured a 2-1 win at Burnley.At the other end of the table, Southampton crept closer to relegation as a 0-0 draw at Leicester leaves the Saints still four points off safety with just four games remaining to save themselves.Chelsea closed to within five points of fourth-placed Spurs, but Mauricio Pochettino’s men also have a kinder run in than their London rivals.Southampton and Chelsea meet for the second time in eight days in a FA Cup semi-final on Sunday after Antonio Conte’s side came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at St. Mary’s on Saturday.And with the Cup representing Chelsea’s last chance at silverware this season, Conte left Eden Hazard and Willian on the bench as Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata started together up front for the first time.Burnley’s opening day 3-2 win at Stamford Bridge was an early indicator as to how the season would develop for both sides with Sean Dyche’s side now dreaming of qualifying for European competition for the first time since 1967.However, Burnley’s hopes of leapfrogging Arsenal into sixth were dealt a blow by a first defeat in seven games. Conte has lamented Chelsea’s inability to take their chances all season, and it was another night to forget for club record signing Morata as he passed up a host of opportunities to score just his third goal of 2018.last_img read more

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first_imgA California couple is outraged after they say their Yorkshire terrier named Cooper was crushed to death by a package tossed over the fence by a FedEx delivery person.The dog’s owners say a FedEx delivery person recently walked up to the wall outside their home with a package containing a heavy glass bowl and a Scrabble game set.The worker allegedly chucked the package over the fence, where Cooper was standing.Owners Keiko Napier and Michell Galin told Inside Edition they found their 4-pound dog in a pool of blood.The couple rushed Cooper to a local veterinarian who told them she had severe injuries to her lungs and liver.After seeing the pain she was in, they decided to euthanize her.FedEx expressed their “deepest sympathies” to the family and said in a statement that they would investigate what happened and take the appropriate action.However, they want more from the FedEx than a promise to look into the incident.This story is developing.last_img read more

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first_imgPresident Trump is calling the revelation an FBI official is being investigated for changing records just the start.The President said on Fox and Friends this morning that by the time it is over, it will be the biggest political scandal of the century.Trump huge thing There are reports the Justice Department’s investigation found someone changed records related to the surveillance of the Trump campaign.He said that Attorney General Bill Barr would get to the bottom of it.He added if Barr had been the attorney general from the start, the Russia probe would probably never have started.last_img

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first_imgU.S. Senate Republican majority leader Mitch McConnell scoffed at the Senate minority leader’s letter requesting that new witnesses be allowed to testify in the expected Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.McConnell, speaking on the Senate floor Tuesday morning told the assembled Senators that he received a letter from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer asking to talk about potential witnesses for a Senate impeachment trial.McConnell said the letter is evidence that Democrats are hurriedly trying to fortify an argument that covers up the vast number of deficiencies in their impeachment effort.McConnell said, “Maybe the house’s public proceedings have left the democratic leader with the same impression they have left many of us, that from everything we can tell, House Democrats’ slapdash impeachment inquiry has failed to come anywhere near, anywhere near the bar for impeaching a duly elected president.”He also argued that: “It is not the Senate’s job to leap into the breach and search desperately for ways to get to guilty,” McConnell said in remarks prepared for deliver on the Senate floor, saying it was the job of the House of Representatives to build a case.“If House Democrats’ case is this deficient, this thin, the answer is not for the judge and jury to cure it here in the Senate,” he said.last_img read more

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first_imgBremer adds that he first knew something was wrong when he did not hear from his wife on Thursday morning.Photo courtesy: Facebook A 37-year-old Utah woman who was reported missing on Thursday has been found dead behind a South Florida hotel.Officials pulled Kelly Glover’s body from the lake behind the Westin Hotel in Fort Lauderdale around noon on Saturday. She was last seen on surveillance video from the hotel, walking down the stairs with no shoes on at around 2 a.m. Thursday. She was staying at the hotel with a friend.Adam Bremer, Glover’s husband, and her family flew from Salt Lake City, Utah on Friday in order to help authorities with the search, according to reports.Fort Lauderdale Police searched the area with dogs, divers and helicopters on that day, but initially did not find Glover, who came to Broward on a work trip.“We’re all just still in shock,” says Melissa Glover, Kelly Glover’s younger sister. “We’re all grieving in our own way.”“Her friend went to bed early [on Wednesday],” Bremer told Miami television station WPLG on Friday. “My wife was still up and her friend woke up around 4 a.m. [on Thursday], and my wife was nowhere to be found and the door was left open.”Authorities do not suspect foul play in Glover’s death. He explains, “She’s pretty responsive. I usually get up before her and I send her the first message in the morning, and not one morning has gone by where I haven’t heard from her by 9 o’clock.”According to Glover, who noted the lack of fencing between pool and pond at the hotel, “I think she drowned.”Photos of the pool deck and patio show that it is not fenced in. In addition, a concrete bulwark separates that area from the pond.The hotel’s management they “are working with the family and the investigation.”last_img read more

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first_imgA 44-year-old man has reportedly died from the coronavirus in the Philippines, marking the first death connected to the virus outside of China.The man was a resident of Wuhan, the center of the outbreak.Officials with the World Health Organization believe that he was infected before going to the Philippines.The victim experienced symptoms of fever, cough and sore throat before he was admitted to a hospital, where he passed away on Saturday, according to WHO:Photo courtesy: World Health Organization/FacebookHe was the second person in the Philippines who was confirmed to have contracted the virus.More than 300 people have been killed by the virus in China, and more than 14,000 have been infected worldwide. Eight cases have been confirmed in the United States, though none of them were in Florida.last_img read more