Ghana dey hope say by playing Switzerland wey beat Portugal, a win or draw against Switzerland means de Black Stars go fit handle Portugal. 4 mins: Switzerland dey press GhanaMissed Attempt by Switzerland Rubén Vargas. 18 mins: Di score na 0-0 but di European team get upperhand20 mins: Ghana Daniel Afriyie wins free kick for good area. 30 mins: Switzerland Silvan Widmer win free kick for di right wing afta foul by Ghana Jordan Ayew. Remo Freuler right footed shot from di right side of di penalty box go wide, na Breel Embolo give di pass.
Last updated on .From the section ChampionshipCharlie Patino's excellent strike put Blackpool back in front against PrestonTwo goals from top-scorer Jerry Yates and a lovely strike from Charlie Patino saw Blackpool edge Preston in a pulsating west Lancashire derby at Bloomfield Road. After Yates had nodded the Seasiders into the lead from close range, North End levelled with a Ben Whiteman penalty. The win was only Blackpool's second in their past eight games as North End missed the chance to climb into the Championship's top six. The 97th meeting between these two rivals started in breathless fashion in the lunchtime sunshine at a bouncing Bloomfield Road with North End shading the opening exchanges as Emil Riis and fit-again Liam Lindsay went close. With goalkeeper Woodman up for a North End corner, Hamilton was sent clear to stroke home into an unguarded net and seal the points.1 month ago BBC
England manager Sarina Wiegman was in confident mood after watching her European Championship-winning side being drawn with China, Denmark and a play-off winner in Group D for next year's Women's World Cup. China - world number 15In Group D, England's toughest opponents on paper are China, former finalists and eight-time World Cup competitors. Denmark - world number 18Denmark are returning to the Women's World Cup for the first time since 2007, and will be playing at their fifth global tournament. They made their World Cup debut in 2019 and beat Thailand, but exited at the group stage. Australia - world number 13When you think of Australia, you think of Sam Kerr.1 month ago BBC
Last updated on .From the section Premier LeagueCasemiro's looping stoppage-time header gave Manchester United a deserved point in a dramatic finale against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Casemiro (Manchester United) header from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Booking Luke Shaw (Manchester United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Scott McTominay (Manchester United) header from the centre of the box misses to the left. Post update Penalty conceded by Scott McTominay (Manchester United) after a foul in the penalty area.1 month ago BBC
Dietrich Mateschitz (left) congratulated Max Verstappen at the Austrian Grand Prix in 2018Red Bull co-owner Dietrich Mateschitz, a major global business figure as a result of his energy drinks empire, has died aged 78. His death is not thought to threaten the future of Red Bull or its sister team Alpha Tauri. Austrian Mateschitz was a salesman for consumer goods company Procter & Gamble when he discovered Krating Daeng, the drink that would become Red Bull, on his travels in Thailand. In 1984, he founded Red Bull with the drink's founder, Thai Chaleo Yoovidhya, and launched the Red Bull brand in 1987, eventually turning it into the world's biggest energy drink and making himself a fortune estimated at $25bn. Red Bull continued to produce competitive cars, but were held back by their Renault engines.1 month ago BBC
Red Bull had wanted to make Verstappen the youngest champion in F1 history when they brought him into the sport at the age of 17 back in 2015. But Mateschitz, who has been ill for some time, lived long enough to see Verstappen win not one but two world titles. The news of Mateschitz's death broke less than an hour before qualifying in Austin, Texas, and the entire Red Bull team were called into their headquarters in the paddock to hear it. Mateschitz will not only be missed inside Red Bull. Sainz, another product of the Red Bull young driver programme, paid his own tribute to Mateschitz, and added that he was "realistic" about his prospects for the race.1 month ago BBC
TablesA Virat Kohli-inspired India beat rivals Pakistan in an extraordinary finish to a Men's T20 World Cup classic at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. They were struggling at various stages, none more so than when needing 13 from the final three balls before Pakistan wilted. A stand of 113 from 78 balls with Hardik Pandya, who made 40 from 37, brought India back into the game. 'I just kept believing' - reactionPlayer of the match, India batter Virat Kohli: "I have no words, no idea how that happened. Pakistan captain Babar Azam: "Our bowlers bowled really well and credit to Kohli who finished the game and shifted the momentum.1 month ago BBC
South Africa were eliminated from last year's T20 World Cup on net run-rateCricket "probably owes" South Africa at crucial moments as the side look to finally lift a major international trophy at the T20 World Cup in Australia, says batter Pieter Malan. "I feel like the game of cricket probably owes South Africa a few of those, so hopefully it comes right in this tournament. South Africa's most galling semi-final exit came at the 1999 Cricket World Cup, when a final-over run-out meant they tied with Australia and were eliminated on head-to-head record. "I think they're always in with a chance - that's the thing with South Africa - it is always one of the top sides," said Malan, the South Africa A captain who is not in the squad for Australia. "It's just putting that together and hopefully they get over the line in this T20 World Cup."1 month ago BBC