The best goalscorers in London derbies revealed and ranked

first_img 3. Jurgen Klinsmann (Tottenham Hotspur) scored 11 goals in 17 Premier League London derbies, for 0.65 goals per game 10 10 10 9. Lukas Podolski (Arsenal) scored eight goals in 17 Premier League London derbies, for 0.47 goals per game =7. Gianluca Vialli (Chelsea) scored seven goals in 14 Premier League London derbies, for 0.50 goals per game 10 10 10 10 10 We are being treated to the second north London derby of the season on Saturday, and you can hear exclusive commentary of the match on talkSPORT.Arsenal claimed victory in their first meeting with Spurs in 2017/18, winning 2-0 at the Emirates back in November.There was also another reason for the Gunners to celebrate following the memorable win, as it became the first time Arsene Wenger’s side have prevented Harry Kane from scoring in a north London derby.Kane, the Tottenham and England star, had previously netted six goals in just five Premier League fixtures against Arsenal, but he drew a blank on that frustrating day at the Emirates.The 24-year-old doesn’t only love scoring against Wenger’s men, he loves scoring against every London team – as proven by the 21 goals he has netted in derbies.But where does this rank him among the all-time top scorers in London derbies, since the start of the Premier League era in 1992?Click the right arrow, above, to find out… 2. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) has scored 21 goals in 32 Premier League London derbies, for 0.66 goals per game 1. Thierry Henry (Arsenal) scored 43 goals in 59 Premier League London derbies, for 0.73 goals per game 5. Ian Wright (Arsenal, West Ham United) scored 28 goals in 53 Premier League London derbies, for 0.53 goals per game =7. Manuel Lanzini (West Ham United) has scored nine goals in 18 Premier League London derbies, for 0.50 goals per game 10 4. Dimitar Berbatov (Tottenham Hotspur, Fulham) scored 17 goals in 31 Premier League London derbies, for 0.55 goals per game 6. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea, Charlton Athletic) scored 22 goals in 43 Premier League London derbies, for 0.51 goals per game 10 10. Robin van Persie (Arsenal) scored 25 goals in 54 Premier League London derbies, for 0.46 goals per game – click the right arrow to see the other top London derby goalscorers last_img read more

Virgin delays Boeing 737 MAX deliveries

first_imgVirgin Australia has deferred delivery of its Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft until 2025 and will now not take any new MAX aircraft until 2021.The company announced Tuesday that it had reached an agreement with Boeing to restructure its MAX order of 38 737 MAX 8s and 10 MAX 10s to convert 15 MAX 8s to MAX 10s and start delivery of the bigger aircraft first.It had been widely tipped to be among a number of airlines to move to renegotiate their orders as a result of the Boeing MAX crisis.Although the airline is looking at the potential adverse public reaction to the grounding of the MAX fleet after the crash of two MAX 8 aircraft, the main impetus for the move is commercial.READ:  Boeing didn’t tell Southwest about disabled indicatorVirgin had been due to receive it first 737 MAX 8 aircraft in November this year but the deal means the first MAX plane it receives in July, 2021, will be a MAX 10.This brings forward the delivery of MAX 10s — which can carry more passengers and have lower costs per seat — originally scheduled to the start in January, 2022. and boosts the number to 25.Max 8 deliveries are pushed back to February, 2025, and the order is reduced to 23 planes.“Safety is always the number one priority for Virgin Australia,’’ Virgin chief executive Paul Scurrah said in a statement. “As we have previously stated, we will not introduce any new aircraft to the fleet unless we are completely satisfied with safety.“We are confident in Boeing’s commitment to returning the 737 MAX to service safely and as a long-term partner of Boeing, we will be working with them through that process.“The revised timing also results in a number of positive commercial benefits for the group.“This includes a significant deferral of capital expenditure by extending the use of existing aircraft given the relatively young age of the fleet along with providing the group earlier access to the superior operational economics of the MAX 10 aircraft.”last_img read more

Silverlight Lives On in New SQL Server 2012 Reporting Tool

first_img7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid Related Posts How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Tags:#Big Data#hack The result might have you imagining producing your weekly meetings the way CNN’s John King dances around his big board on Election Night, poking on-screen cards by hand and watching the results zoom into the foreground.History has demonstrated that if one of the teams at Microsoft believes so sincerely in their technology that they don’t want it to die, bestowing upon it the word “Power” gives it an almost magical ability to survive, and perhaps even thrive. During the development of Windows Server 2003, a truly revolutionary command line tool code-named Monad threatened to invalidate the need for a graphical operations management tool. In 2006, its developers managed to get its name changed to PowerShell, and though executives refused to enable it to ship with the server itself, the company agreed to distribute it for free from its Web site. It was a fateful decision; at a time when other companies had already discovered the tremendous power of free distribution, Microsoft decided to distribute PowerShell for free, perhaps with the intent of watching it dwindle and fade away.The opposite happened, of course: Now the tool has become an integral part not only of Windows Server but of Exchange – indeed, the graphical Exchange operations are all built around PowerShell scripts. So now that Silverlight is being tucked away inside some data visualization tool – at a time when data visualization tools are becoming the axis of an entirely new ecosystem of the database and data storage industry – little ol’ Power View may breathe some new life yet into the technology. Indeed, we could be seeing a kind of architectural divergence, where “business Windows” based on the Desktop model thrives as “consumer Windows” on the Metro model goes its own direction. Why You Love Online Quizzes scott fulton The Power View tool is meant to be run remotely, including from a service linked to a SQL Azure cloud-based database, so this is indeed a Web application. Technically, it may run from any browser that supports Silverlight. As with charting in Excel, you point Power View to your source and adapt the visualizations to best suit how that data may be explained to a viewer, and you do so without impacting the data itself.One new tool called the slicer, added to the project during its public preview phase (proof that Microsoft can indeed incorporate good suggestions during a public preview), lets the user select a segment of data in a table to pull out and either highlight in the context of the bigger chart, or demonstrate within a separate graph. Then by creating what Power View calls cards, you can take a record about one of the items depicted in a chart – for example, one of the factors that the chart is comparing, like HP’s share price to Dell’s or Angus cattle prices compared to Hereford – and generate what Metro would call a “tile” for that item. The card can show a picture and some recent data about the item, and clicking on it can trigger the chart to “pivot” around it, showing either the highlight or the slice you created earlier.last_img read more

Serie A line-ups

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Sampdoria v Roma Sampdoria: Audero; Bereszynski, Murillo, Colley, Murru; Vieira, Bertolacci, Jankto; Rigoni; Gabbiadini, Quagliarella Roma: Pau Lopez; Spinazzola, Mancini, Smalling, Kolarov; Veretout, Cristante; Kluivert, Zaniolo, Florenzi; Kalinic Check all the official line-ups from this afternoon’s Serie A games, Cagliari-SPAL, Sampdoria-Roma and Udinese-Torino. They kick off at 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT). You can follow the build-up and action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG. Cagliari v SPAL Cagliari: Olsen; Faragò, Pisacane, Ceppitelli, Pellegrini; Castro, Cigarini, Rog; Nainggolan; Joao Pedro, Simeone SPAL: Berisha; Tomovic, Vicari, Igor; Sala, Missiroli, Valdifiori, Kurtic, Reca; Floccari, Petagnacenter_img Udinese v Torino Udinese: Musso; Opoku, Troost-Ekong, Samir; Ter-Avest, Mandragora, Jajalo, De Paul, Sema; Okaka, Lasagna Torino: Sirigu; Izzo, Nkoulou, Lyanco; Ansaldi, Baselli, Rincon, Lukic, Laxalt; Verdi, Belottilast_img read more

Rain washes out 3rd day of Bangladesh-South Africa Test

first_imgHeavy rain washed out the entire third day of the second and final Test between Bangladesh and South Africa on Saturday.No ball has been bowled on the last two days, making a win for either side unlikely with two days left. Also read: Cyclone Komen crosses Bangladesh coast Bangladesh is 246-8 in its first innings after electing to bat first, including 65 by Mushfiqur Rahim.  Nasir Hossain is undefeated on 13.The first test ended in a draw after the last two days were washed out. Friday’s play was similarly washed out after heavy rain in Dhaka.last_img read more

Turner Buckeyes tame Wildcats

After two quality wins, and an impending matchup with No. 11 West Virginia, some might have thought that the Ohio State men’s basketball team could overlook Northwestern. That clearly was not the case.The Buckeyes dominated the Wildcats Tuesday night, 76-56, using the game as more of a warm-up session than a real contest against a Big Ten opponent.OSU started with a 9-0 run, then responded to Northwestern’s first bucket with another eight-point spurt.Before the sweating even started, the game was practically over.Leading 40-17 at halftime, the Buckeyes used an attacking mentality to break down a good Northwestern defense.“I thought we were able to get out to a good start, especially on the defensive end,” coach Thad Matta said. “It opened some things up to us offensively and in transition. I thought we did a pretty decent job.”Junior guard Evan Turner, who was recently awarded his fourth Big Ten Player of the Week honor, was again the lightning rod for Ohio State.Turner was two assists shy of his third triple-double of the season. He scored 20 points and added 13 rebounds.“I thought in practiced we attacked [Northwestern’s] 1-3-1 [defense] pretty well,” Turner said. “We figured we’d attack instead of retreat or wait for them to attack us and we’d be fine.”Turner said this week that he believed he was about 90 percent healthy but wanted to get back to the triple-double form he was at before his injury. Although he was a few assists short, it looks as if he has again reached that level.“I thought he got a little bit tired down the stretch,” Matta said. “He is getting back, there is no doubt about that.”Jon Diebler chipped in 17 points, while center Dallas Lauderdale had 14.It seems long ago that OSU was struggling to get wins early in the Big Ten, but with a quick three-game turnaround it looks as if the Buckeyes are back.Matta stopped just short of saying OSU was on a roll, however. Instead he turned his attention to the Buckeyes’ next opponent.“We’re rolling to West Virginia next,” he said. read more

Commentary NHL should have jettisoned plans for Jets return to Canada

Then, there was the issue that the Thrashers were my second-favorite NHL team, after the Blackhawks, of course. There were a few justifications for this. There was Byfuglien. He helped bring the Cup home to Chicago and then he brought my heart to Atlanta with him. Second, there’s the fact that my hometown Chicago Wolves were the American Hockey League affiliate of the Thrashers. Since the move, the Jets became affiliated with the Manitoba Moose, also owned by True North, leaving the Wolves to find a new team to affiliate with. I understand that the Thrashers needed to do something. They were in financial trouble, and they needed a change. I just don’t think they’re going to find their solution in Winnipeg. From a more rational, less-biased angle, I don’t get why True North decided to try its luck with a failing franchise in Winnipeg of all places. This is not Winnipeg’s first attempt at a professional hockey team. The original Winnipeg Jets joined the NHL in 1979, but the team moved to Phoenix and became the Phoenix Coyotes in 1996 due to financial issues in Winnipeg. I’m not sure what True North plans to change, but in my opinion, if it didn’t work out in Winnipeg the first time, it’s not going to work this time either. The Wolves found their new team in the Vancouver Canucks, an organization which I love to hate. I don’t really have a reason for my hostility toward the Canucks (I hated them before the insane rioting after last year’s Stanley Cup Final), but it’s hard to cheer for the Wolves knowing that they’re affiliated with a team I despise. My initial concern was that a few of the former Blackhawks from my beloved 2010 Stanley Cup Championship team were playing on the Thrashers when the move was announced. Dustin Byfuglien, who is perhaps my favorite Blackhawk from the 2010 Chicago team, and Andrew Ladd will forever hold a special place in my heart, and to see them banished to the middle of nowhere was painful, to say the least. When the NHL preseason kicked off last night, the Columbus Blue Jackets took on the Winnipeg Jets in a split-squad contest that, in my opinion, never should have been the schedule. Then there’s the issue that the NHL is more than likely going to have to shift its divisions to accommodate the move. For the 2011-2012 season, the Jets will remain in the Eastern Conference’s Southeast Division, the same division they played in as the Thrashers. But next season, the league will likely realign the conferences rather than shifting Winnipeg alone. This could mean that long-standing rivalries will be split and that teams which have played each other for years may no longer do so, or do so less frequently. I don’t like it. When the Atlanta Thrashers franchise was purchased by True North Sports and Entertainment and relocated to Winnipeg earlier this year, I took it personally. Not only do I not understand the move from a business standpoint, but as a Chicago hockey fan, I was outraged when I first heard about it. read more

Chiellini criticises Napoli attitude

first_imgGiorgio Chiellini was critical of Napoli for their premature celebrations after Juventus clinched their seventh consecutive Serie A titleThe Bianconeri were held to a goalless draw against AS Roma at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, but the single point was enough to crown Juventus the league champions once more and win a fourth straight domestic double.Napoli had hoped this year would be theirs after defeating Massimiliano Allegri’s side 1-0 on April 22 to close the gap between the two teams to just a single point.However, the Light Blues then lost 3-0 to Fiorentina with Juventus producing a stunning comeback against rivals Inter Milan to overturn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 win,“We feared losing it in Milan, in the second half, but all those who criticised us were really just firing us up,” Chiellini told Mediaset Premium, via Goal.“They shouldn’t try to hurt our pride. That’s like a precious serum for us.Franck Ribery, FiorentinaFiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“Too many people lacked respect, now we can get a few things off our chest. We are the best.“In life, you need to show respect and they celebrated too early. And at the end of the day, we’re always the ones celebrating.“Juventus lose finals because we play finals, whereas others choose to go out in the round of 16 or the quarters. Every now and then it’s only right to make things clear.”Chiellini added: “A wonderful and important season comes to a close, yet we don’t get the credit we deserve for what we have achieved.“We are writing pages in the history books that can never be repeated. We must thank those who motivate us continually, as every year we want to keep winning.“We might be hard to kill, ugly, old, whatever, but we still always win. We’ve achieved something incredible.”last_img read more

World Cup winner signs new PSG deal

first_imgAcademy product Presnel Kimpembe has signed a new contract with French champions Paris Saint-GermainKimpembe,23, was also part of the France squad that won the World Cup at Russia 2018, although the defender only made a single appearance at the tournament.PSG have confirmed the defender has committed his future to the club through to 2023, with Kimpembe set to be at the heart of new boss Thomas Tuchel’s plans.Kimpembe’s contract renewal came on his 23rd birthday and he is thrilled to have agreed to fresh terms with the club.PSG, Neymar, Ligue 1PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.“I’m incredibly fortunate to be able to wear my club’s shirt and this contract extension is proof of my attachment and my recognition towards Paris Saint-Germain,” he told PSG’s website.“Thanks to my academy coaches, my various first-team coaches, and also thanks to the support of my team-mates and the fans, I have been able to remain on an upward trajectory season upon season, reaching both the first team and the French national team, with whom I was lucky enough to win the World Cup. That victory motivates me, even more, to achieve great things with my favourite club.“A young player, just as a more experienced player, has everything they need to succeed at Paris Saint-Germain. It’s up to us, the players, to keep giving our all to take our club as far as possible.”last_img read more

Buffon Im better than I was five six or seven years

first_imgVeteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon insists that he is a better player than what he used to be “five, six or seven years ago”At 40 years old, the Italian legend chose to make a surprise move from Juventus to French side Paris Saint-Germain this summer on a one-year deal with the option for a further season.But Buffon insists that he remains as strong as ever for first campaign outside of his native Italy.“I don’t know why, but I’m better than I was five, six or seven years ago. I think I’m better than when I was at 35 years old, although it may seem impossible to someone,” said Buffon, according to Mundo Deportivo.The Italian has enjoyed great success on the domestic front with Juventus after winning nine Serie A titles, four Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana crowns.PSG, Neymar, Ligue 1PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.Yet, the one piece of silverware that has always eluded him throughout his 23-year senior career has been the Champions League.“The Champions League? I want to play it again and try to do my best, still live great emotions, but it should not become an obsession,” he said.Buffon also won the 2006 World Cup with Italy.Things have gotten off to a bright start with PSG after conceding just one goal in the club’s two opening games of the new league season, as well as the 4-0 thrashing of AS Monaco in the Trophee des Champions.However, PSG boss Thomas Tuchel selected fellow goalkeeper Alphonse Areola in goal for the 3-1 win over Angers on Saturday and intends to bench Buffon again in this weekend’s trip to Nimes.last_img read more