Goal Updated at 3:16 p.m. ET Updated at 3:16 p.m. ET 57 mins: Just as we were saying that Uruguay could defend for hours. The curse of the commentator strikes and the outlook of the game is now extremely different. 55 mins: Portugal have had plenty of opportunities to put the ball into the middle but Guerreiro is the only man so far who has actually delivered a decent cross. 55 mins: GOOOOAL! 1-1! Portugal go short from a corner and Guerreiro whips a cross into the middle, where Pepe has skinned his marker and heads past Muslera. It is the first goal Uruguay have conceded at this World Cup. 54 mins: Uruguay look like they could defend their goal for hours on end without conceding. Portugal are still yet to craft a clear-cut chance in front of goal. 52 mins: OVER! The ball bounces up nicely for Guerreiro, who volleys a looping effort over the top of Muslera's net. 50 … [Read more...] about Uruguay vs Portugal: Live blog, text commentary, line-ups, stream & TV channel
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Goal Updated at 11:16 a.m. ET Updated at 11:16 a.m. ET 56 mins: CLOSE! A disastrous backpass from Fazio almost plays his side into trouble. The pass goes beyond Armani and Griezmann tries to make contact in the box. However, the Argentina keeper is able to guide the ball out for a goal-kick under pressure from the forward. 55 mins: Pavon goes on the surge down the right flank for Argentina, only to clip his attempted cross into the box over the bar. 53 mins: Kante wins a free-kick for Les Bleus down the left flank as he goes down under pressure from Perez. However, the free-kick comes to nothing for France. 53 mins: Mercado has scored his 4th goal for Argentina. In the previous three games that he has scored, he's scored the winning goal of that match. 52 mins: France have paid the price for being too passive in the first half. Now they have to react to the situation to … [Read more...] about France vs Argentina: Live blog, text commentary, line-ups, stream & TV channel
18 June 2018 • 4:51pm Auto update On Off 4:51PM Half time thoughts Belgium look slow and muddled, too much caution and too much anxiety. Panama, of limited skill by comparison, are well-drilled, defending with bite and passion and trying to be direct whenever they get the opportunity. We've seen so many sluggish 'elite' teams in the tournament so far. 4:49PM Half time Belgium fanny about for a while then whack it long up the right for Meunier who has slipped behind Davis en route to the corner flag but the referee blows his whistle while his overhit cross is still airborne. 4:48PM 45+1 min Belgium 0-0 Panama Barcenas is rightly booked for chopping down Carrasco 10m inside the Panama half. 4:47PM 45 min Belgium 0-0 Panama Belgium have succumbed to 'Arsenal disease', endless over-elaboration and a failure to take responsibility. Hazard again bursts into the box from the left and once more lays … [Read more...] about World Cup 2018, Belgium vs Panama: live score and latest updates
What is it? The second match of the 2018 World Cup sees Egypt take on Uruguay in a match that could go some way to deciding the winner of Group B. When is it? Friday, June 15. What time is kick off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? The BBC will be given their first opportunity to show off their new star-studded punditry team, with coverage scheduled for a 12:30pm start on BBC One. Where is it being played? Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg, which has had its capacity increased to 35,000 especially for the World Cup. Will Mohamed Salah play? The Liverpool forward has given his national team a timely boost less than 48 hours until their first World Cup game. Egypt's star man was a major doubt for the competition after injuring shoulder ligaments in a clash with Sergio Ramos during Liverpool's Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid. However on Wednesday afternoon the 25-year-old took part in an Egypt training session, going through a range of … [Read more...] about World Cup 2018, Egypt vs Uruguay: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
Kathleen Gray and Paul Egan Detroit Free Press Published 11:19 p.m. UTC May 30, 2018 MACKINAC ISLAND – Like a mosquito at a barbecue, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel and his adamant opposition to the Regional Transit Authority and a possible millage for mass transit in metro Detroit on the November ballot has become a pesky annoyance for the business leadership attending the annual Mackinac Policy Conference this week. As 1,700 of Michigan’s leading business and political leaders gathered on Mackinac Island, improving metro Detroit’s woeful public transportation system again played an outsized role at the four-day conference, which began Tuesday. It’s an issue that has dominated the confab for decades without a meaningful solution. A coalition of 220 business leaders tried again, holding a news conference Wednesday to sing the praises of a plan put forth by Wayne County Executive Warren Evans to put a 1.5-mill proposal for the Regional … [Read more...] about Hackel vs. Mackinac: The fight over improving public transportation