Jimenez puts visitors in front in ding-dong battle for top 5 spot

first_imgTOTTENHAM slipped up yet again in their pursuit of Champions League football as they were leapfrogged by Wolves in the table.Steven Bergwijn gave Spurs an early lead before Matt Doherty equalised.But Serge Aurier’s brilliant strike put the North Londoners back in front on the stroke of half time.However, goals from Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez ensured Nuno’s men went back to the West Midlands with the points.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:55 pmFULL-TIME!William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:55 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES90+4, BOOKING – DENDONCKER!Cynical foul on Lo Celso to ensure he could not break from his own half.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:52 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES90+2, HANDBALL SHOUT!Moura strikes it against Coady in the box and after a short pause…The ref waves play on.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:51 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES90+1, SUBS!Parrott ONDavies OFFJimenez OFFPodence ONWilliam Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:49 pmFOUR MINUTES STOPPAGE TIMEWilliam Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:49 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES88, Half chance for Wolves as Jota sends an effort over the bar from 18 yards.Spurs chasing the equaliser are leaving space at the back but the visitors are under the cosh.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:44 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES83, BOOKING – DAVIES!Left-back throws himself into a challenge on Doherty.He wins the ball but he didn’t seem to be in control and the ref pulls out the yellow.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:41 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES81, SUB!Fernandes ONAurier OFFWilliam Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:38 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES78, SUB!Jota OFFDendoncker ONWilliam Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:36 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES76, SUBS!SpursTanganga OFFNdombele ONWolvesNeto ONTraore OFFWilliam Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:34 pmSPURS 2 – 3 WOLVES73, Jota picks up the ball in his own half on the left, holds of two challenges before sliding the ball over to Jimenez who finds himself one on one with Tanganga.He feints to shoot with his right, sits the defender down and bends it past Gazzaniga with his left.Game turned on its head.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:32 pmGOALLLLLLLLLLLLLL – JIMENEZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:31 pmSPURS 2 – 2 WOLVES66, This game is anyone’s now with both teams pushing. William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:24 pmSPURS 2 – 2 WOLVES62, It’s all getting a little bit feisty as Jimenez makes a late challenge on Lo Celso.Gazzaniga is not happy with the Wolves striker and it’s handbags galore.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:20 pmSPURS 2 – 2 WOLVES59, BOOKING – LO CELSO!Yellow card for a cynical foul on Traore as he tries to break.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:18 pmSPURS 2 – 2 WOLVES57, Jimenez finds Doherty down the right-hand channel, he whips a low one in across the six-yard and Jota toe pokes it home from about two yards out. Alli made to pay for his glaring miss already!!William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:16 pmGOALLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!! JOTAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:15 pmSPURS 2 – 1 WOLVES54, CHANCE!Alli should score!Ball whipped in from the left finds Alli in acres of space on the penalty spot but he heads wide. He may rue that!William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:10 pmSPURS 2 – 1 WOLVES48, CHANCE!Free-kick whipped in from the right for Wolves, it’s met by Jota at the near post but the header just clears the bar.William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 3:04 pmKICK-OFF!William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 2:53 pm8 – Since the start of last season, Matt Doherty has netted 8 Premier League goals, the joint-most of all defenders in the competition alongside Virgil van Dijk. Hateful. pic.twitter.com/lscgFOvETz— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 1, 2020William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 2:52 pm2 – Steven Bergwijn is the third Spurs player to score in each of his first two home Premier League games for the club, after Rafael van der Vaart in October 2010 and Jermain Defoe in February 2004. Endearing. pic.twitter.com/fI1nuF2Unq— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 1, 2020William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 2:50 pmHT | #TOT 2-1 #WOLWolves behind at the break but not out of the game. All to play for in the second half. #TOTWOL⏱⚽️ pic.twitter.com/7cnK1RoRyM— Wolves (@Wolves) March 1, 2020William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 2:50 pmHALF-TIME: @Serge_Aurier’s solo strike on the stroke of half-time gives us a 2-1 lead at the break after @StevenBergwijn’s opener. ⚪️ #THFC 2-1 #WWFC 🟠 pic.twitter.com/doiOGymTfw— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 1, 2020William Pugh1 Mar 2020, 2:49 pmHALF-TIME!Load more entries…last_img read more

Off to college Joanne ORiordan gets the course she wanted at UCC

first_img“They [UCC] have gone the extra mile in adapting the house I will live in,” said Joanne. “They are making the environment in which I will study more accessible”.The 18-year-old from Millstreet in Cork is one of just seven in the world who have Total Amelia, the rare condition which left her without limbs. She came to prominence after she delivered a keynote speech at a United Nations conference in New York in which she spoke of the difference technology had made in her life.Joanne’s parents said they were incredibly proud of their daughter and everything she had achieved.“When Joanne sets her mind to doing something she does it,” said her father, Joe O’Riordan. “As a father I’m so proud of her simply because the start she had in life was difficult but we have jumped those hurdles and this is what has happened”.Her mother Ann said that “while over the years we’ve had to fight to get her certain things to help her, the fight has been worth it”.“What UCC have offered me is simply unbelievable,” said Joanne. “I have always wanted to show people that irrespective of your disability or background, you can achieve the best in life if you set your mind to it”.Photos: Leaving Cert students collect their results and warm the cockles of our heart >Read: The results are out: how students got on with the Leaving Certificate >  In numbers: The Leaving Certificate results > CORK TEENAGER JOANNE O’Riordan has described it as “a fantastic day” after she secured a scholarship to do the course she wants at University College Cork.Joanne, who was born without arms and legs, will begin a degree in criminology at UCC in the autumn after she received her Leaving Cert results today.“I’ve always been interested in crime and how a criminal behaves,” she said. “I like the idea of trying to get into a criminal’s mind and hopefully try to understand them and why they commit the crimes they commit”.She will live on campus at UCC as part of the Quercus scholarship, which acknowledges the work by students within the community. The university has transformed the apartment where Joanne will live throughout the three years that she is there. Source: No Limbs No Limits/Twittercenter_img #gotthem #didit #proud #collegehereicome— No Limbs No Limits (@NolimbsNolimits) August 13, 2014last_img read more