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Saido Berahino's penalty heartbreak
« on: September 23, 2018, 11:16:09 AM »
Saido Berahino's penalty heartbreak

sbobet88888 (http://188betsbo.com) Saido Berahino missed the chance to rescue a draw for Stoke with a late penalty miss against Blackburn.The Burundi international recently ended a goal drought of 913 days when he scored against Huddersfield in the Potters' 2-0 Carabao Cup triumph over Huddersfield and sbobet88888 he was on the scoresheet against Rovers, bundling home from close range with 11 minutes to play.

His goal reduced the three-goal advantage Tony Mowbray's men boasted and just seconds later Tom Ince tapped home to set up a nervy finish at the bet365 Stadium. And when Berahino was brought down sbobet88888 by Darragh Lenihan inside the area, he was awarded a spot-kick. But in the most dramatic finale of the afternoon, the 25-year-old was left gutted as he thumped his effort onto the crossbar to deny Gary Rowett's men a much-needed share of the spoils.

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Chelsea's Eden Hazard unhappy with Premier League 'wear and tear'
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2018, 07:42:37 PM »
Chelsea's Eden Hazard unhappy with Premier League 'wear and tear'

Eden Hazard สมัคร sbobet (http://188betsbo.com) has bemoaned the lack of protection offered by Premier League referees, saying the "wear and tear" is taking its toll on his body. The Chelsea forward, the fourth most fouled player in the Premier League, has recently returned from injury after two weeks out with a back problem suffered in last month's 2-2 draw against Manchester United.

Hazard has already missed five of Chelsea's opening 18 fixtures this season, and while he is keen สมัคร sbobet for officials to be stricter, he understands the difficulties of their role. "I'm 27 now and starting to get older, so I have to take more care of my body," said Hazard. "I am feeling the wear and tear. I have been playing football as a professional for more than 10 years now. It is part of the game, I guess. I am not happy but it's part of football.

"The referee tries to do his job and I try to do mine. I guess when I am on the floor I can win free-kicks, so every free-kick with Chelsea is a chance to score more goals." Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha, who is the league's most fouled player, called for harsher punishments in September, asking if he would "need get his leg broken for anyone to get a red card" สมัคร sbobet. Hazard is in agreement with Zaha, saying: "For me that would be better. For the referee, though, it can be hard to show a yellow card in the first minute. Everywhere it is the same for me."