News archive from 20 September 2016

Bayern Munich ace Douglas Costa picks out top corner with incredible back heel penalty kick

Bayern Munich's Brazilian star Douglas Costa decided to turn on the skills this week in training, as he lashed home a top corner effort from the penalty spot... using his heel. The winger uploaded a video to his personal Instagram account showing his...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Hannah Cockroft hails 'incredible' Rio 2016 Paralympics after arriving home with three gold medals

Hannah Cockroft praised Rio yesterday for hosting an ‘incredible’ Paralympics despite a funding crisis overshadowing the build-up to the Games. Wheelchair racer Cockroft contributed three of Great Britain’s 64 golds — the team’s best haul since Seoul...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

United States captain Davis Love's final pick brings drama before Ryder Cup tees off

If you are looking for drama and intrigue on the eve of the Ryder Cup, the Tour Championship in Atlanta this week will fit the bill. As if it was not enough that one player might end up heading to Hazeltine with a cheque for $11.88 million (£9.04m)...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

After the Brownlee boys’ heroics... here are 10 other amazing acts that show the true spirit of sport

Great Britain's Alistair Brownlee gave up his chance to win the final Triathlon World Series race of the season to carry his exhausted brother Jonny over the line in an effort to help him win the world title. Alistair’s selfless effort in the searing...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

I would have helped anyone, not just Jonny, insists heroic Alistair Brownlee 

Alistair Brownlee last night insisted he would have helped any exhausted rival triathlete — and not just his brother — across the finishing line. The double Olympic gold medallist was talking after pictures of his astonishing act of sportsmanship in...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Loris Karius set for Liverpool debut at Derby as Jurgen Klopp challenges him to fight Simon Mignolet for No...

Jurgen Klopp will launch Loris Karius’ Liverpool career at Derby with the incentive that a standout performance will put him in pole position to become the new No1. The German goalkeeper missed the start of the season after breaking his hand on...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Manchester United inform Jose Mourinho he’s got no money to spend in January transfer window

Manchester United inform Jose Mourinho he’s got no money to spend in January transfer window

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will not be given the funds to bring in any new recruits in the January transfer window, according to reports. Eric Bailly, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba all came through the doors at Old...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 

Arsene Wenger surprised to see Nicklas Bendtner drop into the Championship and believes his former Arsenal...

Arsene Wenger admits he was surprised to see Nicklas Bendtner sign for Nottingham Forest and says the former Arsenal striker has a point to prove if he faces the Gunners in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night. Bendtner, 28, spent nine years at Arsenal but...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
Could Austria's 16-year-olds derail far-right vote?

Could Austria's 16-year-olds derail far-right vote?

There can't be many Austrians who are happy about the many months of delay in their controversial and glitch-plagued presidential election, But Flora Maier is one. Flora, from Upper Austria, was 15 years old when the first two rounds of voting took...

BBC, 00:10 in World News
 
Financial scam committed 'every 15 seconds'

Financial scam committed 'every 15 seconds'

A financial scam was committed once every 15 seconds in the first half of the year, prompting a new campaign to highlight the risks. More than one million cases of card, cheque, phone or online fraud were recorded from January to June, Financial Fraud...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
'Dramatic' fall in UK shop openings, a new report shows

'Dramatic' fall in UK shop openings, a new report shows

There was a "dramatic" fall in the number of shop openings in the first half of the year, according to a new report from the Local Data Company. It found 20,804 shops opened in the UK between January and the end of June, down 15% on the...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
How disease testing tech is saving lives faster

How disease testing tech is saving lives faster

When a nurse at Monrovia's Redemption Hospital in Liberia fell ill, the doctors thought she had typhoid fever. But three days later, they realised it wasn't typhoid - it was the deadly Ebola virus. This delay, says Dr Jude Senguku, meant that his...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
DEMENTIA: Seven ways to protect against diseases such as Alzheimer's

DEMENTIA: Seven ways to protect against diseases such as Alzheimer's

It is caused when the brain is affected by diseases such as Alzheimer's disease or a series of strokes. There is currently no cure for dementia, however expert have argued that by incorporating these lifestyle tweaks every day, people will improve...

 
'I’ll make you have a miscarriage' Love triangle pair jailed after abusing mum-to-be for three days

'I’ll make you have a miscarriage' Love triangle pair jailed after abusing mum-to-be for three days

A COUPLE who subjected a pregnant woman to three days of abuse and attacks - culminating in her climbing out of a window to escape before losing her baby - were yesterday jailed. Chantelle Murray suffered a miscarriage after her love triangle with...

 
Witness denies he saw Andrew Coulter stab Surjit Singh Chhokar to death

Witness denies he saw Andrew Coulter stab Surjit Singh Chhokar to death

A WITNESS yesterday denied that he saw Andrew Coulter murdering Surjit Singh Chhokar. David Montgomery, 39, from Motherwell, was giving evidence for a third day at the High Court in Glasgow in the trial of Ronnie Coulter. Coulter, 48, from Wishaw,...

 


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