#1 series against the New York Giants. von miaowang123 07.03.2019 02:44

LONDON - Just three months into the season, it is hard to see how Chelsea can be stopped in its remorseless charge to the English Premier League title.For many, the biggest question now is whether it can go through the season unbeaten.Chelsea got past another major obstacle on its way to the league title by winning 2-1 at Liverpool on Saturday. Defending champion Manchester City, probably Chelseas biggest rival, is eight points behind in third after 11 games following a 2-2 draw at Queens Park Rangers.Bayern Munich won to also open up a big lead in Germany while Real Madrid stayed at the top of the Spanish league with a rout of Rayo Vallecano, and Luis Suarez led Barcelona to victory over Almeria with two assists.Heres a look at the action from the top European leagues:___ENGLANDChelsea came from behind to beat Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League, with Diego Costa scoring the winner in the 67th minute.Emre Can put Liverpool ahead in the ninth minute with a long-range strike that deflected off Gary Cahill, before Cahill reacted quickest in a goalmouth scramble to equalize with a 14th-minute goal that needed confirming through goal-line technology.Asked if his team could go through the season unbeaten, Mourinho said it would be the impossible job. Yet Chelsea has played four of its hardest away matches this season — the two Manchester clubs, Liverpool and Everton — and is even harder to beat at home.Southampton stayed four points behind in second place thanks to Shane Longs double in a 2-0 win over Leicester but Man City dropped two more points by drawing at QPR, with Sergio Aguero scoring two equalizers to take his league-high haul to 12 goals.Manchester United won 1-0 against Crystal Palace thanks to a goal from Juan Mata. Burnley won for first time this season, 1-0 against Hull, and West Ham drew 0-0 with Aston Villa.___SPAINSuarez set up two late goals to help give Barcelona a 2-1 comeback victory at Almeria in the Spanish league.With Barcelona trailing 1-0 and facing a third straight loss in the competition, Suarez came on at halftime and orchestrated the visitors fightback in his fourth appearance for his new team since completing a four-month biting ban.The Uruguay forward used a burst of speed to shed his marker before crossing for fellow substitute Neymar to equalize in the 73rd minute. He then picked out Jordi Alba to grab the winner in the 82nd.Almeria forward Bifouma Thievy had put the hosts ahead in the 22nd on a counterattack after Lionel Messi lost the ball.Barcelona went top of the table for a couple of hours, and then provisionally went into second place after Real Madrid routed Rayo Vallecano 5-1 to retake first place in La Liga. Cristiano Ronaldo polished off the lopsided win with his league-leading 18th goal and 23rd in all competitions this season.Valencia and Atletico Madrid can also overtake Barcelona with wins on Sunday.___GERMANYThomas Mueller scored a hat trick as Bayern Munich won 4-0 at Eintracht Frankfurt to increase its overnight lead in the Bundesliga to seven points on Saturday.Franck Ribery set up Muellers first two, crossing for the World Cup winner to open the scoring in the 22nd minute and then again to finish a counterattack in the 64th. Mueller completed his hat trick three minutes later and Xherdan Shaqiri completed the scoring in the 86th.Bayern is unbeaten, with eight wins from 11 games, 27 goals scored and just three conceded.The defending champions closest rivals, Wolfsburg and Borussia Moenchengladbach, were both playing their 11th-round games on Sunday.Elsewhere Saturday, Schalke disappointed in a 2-0 defeat at Freiburg, Bayer Leverkusen was held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by visiting Mainz, Augsburg beat promoted Paderborn 3-0 and Cologne won 4-3 at Hoffenheim. Werder Bremen defeated fellow struggler Stuttgart 2-0.___ITALYAC Milans winless streak stretched to four matches following a 2-2 draw at third-place Sampdoria in Serie A on Saturday, although the Rossoneri could at least celebrate promising young forward Stephan El Shaarawy breaking his scoring drought.El Shaarawy put Milan ahead in the 10th minute with his first goal in two seasons. Stefano Okaka scored for Sampdoria just before halftime and Brazilian forward Eder put the hosts ahead in the 51st. Jeremy Menez equalized for Milan with a penalty in the 65th.Earlier, Sassuolo stretched its unbeaten streak to five matches by drawing 0-0 with visiting Atalanta in a matchup of two squads in the lower half of the table.___FRANCEBordeaux beat struggling Lens 2-1 to go level on points with second-place Paris Saint-Germain in the French league on Saturday.Bordeaux midfielder Wahbi Khazri finished off a counterattack to open the scoring in the 24th minute. Mali striker Cheick Diabate doubled the lead by dribbling past goalkeeper Valentin Belon in the 41st for his fifth league goal this season.After scoring, Diabate rushed toward the touchline to hug Bordeaux coach Willy Sagnol, who could not hold back tears later on the bench. Sagnol apologized Thursday for making disparaging comments about African players this week.Before kickoff, Sagnol shook hands with Lens coach Antoine Kombouare, who was born in New Caledonia and said Thursday he felt humiliated and hurt when he heard those comments.Lens striker Yoann Touzghar scored a consolation goal with a penalty in the 74th. Gio Gonzalez Jersey . He had even more fun Friday. Coming off a sensational rookie season, Spieth opened the new year by never coming close to bogey and making a 12-foot birdie putt on the last hole for a 7-under 66. Cheap Nationals Jerseys Authentic http://www.cheapnationalsjerseys.com/?tag=cheap-adam-eaton-jersey . -- Arizona coach Sean Miller rose from his seat every time Roberto Nelson touched the ball and yelled "Shooter!" He could have been talking about his own team, too. Cheap MLB Jerseys . About seven hours before facing Washington in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference second round series, team officials said the oft-injured Bynum would miss the rest of the playoffs and would not even be with the team for the rest of the post-season. Tanner Roark Jersey .1 million contract. The club said that Boll will earn $950,000 in 2012-13 and $1.15 million in 2013-14. The 26-year-old Boll had two goals and one assist with 126 penalty minutes in 54 games with the Blue Jackets in 2011-12.SCOREBOARDMonday, Dec. 15New Orleans at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. ESPN. The Saints and Bears come in with identical records (5-8) and are coming off tough weeks. New Orleans got blasted 41-10 at home last week by Carolina. Meanwhile, Chicago offensive co-ordinator Aaron Kromer acknowledged he was a source behind a critical report by the NFL Network about quarterback Jay Cutler.___STARSPassing— Eli Manning, Giants, was 23 of 34 for 250 yards and three TDs — all to Odell Beckham Jr. — as New York defeated Washington 24-13.— Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, threw for 360 yards in Pittsburghs 27-20 win at Atlanta, increasing his season total to a franchise-record 4,415 yards.— Tony Romo, Cowboys, passed for 265 yards and three TDs — all to Dez Bryant — in Dallas 38-27 win at Philadelphia.— Alex Smith, Chiefs, threw for 297 yards and two scores in Kansas Citys 31-13 win over Oakland.— Tom Brady, Patriots, had two touchdown passes in New Englands 41-13 rout of Miami.— Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings, was 31 of 41 for 315 yards with a touchdown in Minnesotas 16-14 loss at Detroit.___Rushing— Jeremy Hill, Bengals, rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns in Cincinnatis 30-0 rout of Cleveland.— DeMarco Murray, Cowboys, had a pair of TD runs in Dallas 38-27 win at Philadelphia.— Arian Foster, Texans, ran 26 times for 99 yards in Houstons 17-10 loss at Indianapolis.— Eddie Lacy, Packers, rushed for 97 yards on 15 carries in Green Bays 21-13 loss at Buffalo.— Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, ran for 91 yards and a TD in Seattles 17-7 win over San Francisco.___Receiving— Odell Beckham Jr., Giants, caught three touchdown passes and made 12 receptions, one shy of tying the teams single-game record, as New York topped Washington 24-13.— Dez Bryant, Cowboys, caught a career-best three touchdown catches from Tony Romo and Dallas rallied to beat Philadelphia Eagles 38-27.— Harry Douglas, Falcons, had 10 catches for a season-high 131 yards in place of the injured Julio Jones in Atlantas 27-20 loss to Pittsburgh.— Antonio Brown, Steelers, had 10 receptions for 123 yards in Pittsburghs 27-20 win at Atlanta, and also set a franchise record for catches in a season with 115 to eclipse the 112 by Hines Ward in 2002.— Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, had six catches for 123 yards as Denver beat San Diego 22-10.— Greg Olsen, Panthers, tied a career high with 10 catches for 110 yards in Carolinas 19-17 win over Tampa Bay.___Special Teams— Darian Stewart and Kamar Aiken, Ravens. Stewart blocked Bryan Angers punt, and Aiken scooped up the ball and went 11 yards for a touchdown in Baltimores 20-12 win over Jacksonville.— Marcus Thigpen, Bills, scored on a 75-yard punt return in Buffalos 21-13 win over Green Bay.— Connor Barth, Chiefs, made all five of his field-goal attempts in Kansas Citys 31-13 victory over Oakland.— Mario Williams, Bills, blocked Mason Crosbys 53-yard field-goal attempt in Buffalos 21-13 win over Green Bay.— Mike Nugent, Bengals, kicked two 44-yard field goals and a 34-yarder in Cincinnatis 30-0 win over Cleveland after missing practice time this week after his father died.___Defence— Bacarri Rambo, Bills, came off the bench to replace injured backup safety Duke Williams to intercept Aaron Rodgers on consecutive drives in the second half of Buffalos 21-13 win over Green Bay.— William Gay, Steelers, returned an interception 52 yards for a touchdown in Pittsburghs 27-20 win at Atlanta.— Kyle Arrington, Patriots, returned a blocked field goal 62 yards for a score as New England routed Miami 41-13.— Kendrick Lewis, Texans, had a 27-yard interception return for a TD in Houstons 17-10 loss at Indianapolis.— Terrell Suggs, Ravens, had 2 1/2 sacks as Baltimore brought down Blake Bortles eight times in a 20-12 win over Jacksonville.___MILESTONESNew Englands Bill Belichick earned his 229th career win Sunday, tying Hall of Famer Curly Lambeau for the fourth-most total victories in NFL history. ... New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. had 12 receptions for 143 yards and three touchdowns, becoming the first rookie in NFL history with 12 catches, 140 yards receiving and three TD catches in a game. He has a team-high nine touchdowns and his 972 yards receiving are a team record for a rookie, beating Jeremy Shockeys 894. ... Pittsburghs Ben Roethlisberger increased his season total to 4,415 yards passing, surpassing his previous franchise record of 4,328 from 2009 with two games to go. ... Pittsburghs LeVeon Bell finished with 47 yards rushing and 72 yards receiving in the Steelers 27-20 win at Atlanta, falling short of becoming the first player in NFL history with four straight 200-yard games in total yardage. He pushed his total yards for the season to 2,043, eclipsing Barry Fosters team record of 2,034. ... With 209 career games and 142 career wins, Indianapolis wide receiver Reggie Wayne now holds both franchise records. ... Indianapolis improved to 13-0 all-time at home against the Texans with a 17-10 victory, and has won 12 straight over AFC South foes. ... Houstons J.J. Watt had seven tackles, two hits and two passes defenced against the Colts to join former Dolphins star Jason Taylor as the only players since 1991 with 10 sacks and 10 passes defenced in two different seasons. ... Baltimore wide receiver Steve Smith became the 18th player in NFL history with 900 catches.___STREAKS & STATSOaklands 31-13 loss at Kansas City was its 10th straight on the road. The Raiders still have not won back-to-back games since Weeks 7 and 8 of the 2012 season. The teams combined to convert eight of 31 third downs, and had 21 penalties. ... New England scored on its four series of the third quarter and piled up 24 points, a team record for that period, en route to a 41-13 win over Miami. ... The Patriots became the first team in NFL history with 11 division titles in 12 years. They missed only in 2008, when Tom Brady suffered a season-ending knee injury in the opener and Miami won the AFC East. The Patriots six consecutive division titles are one short of the NFL record since 1970 set by the Los Angeles Rams from 1973-79. ... The New York Jets 16-11 win at Tennessee marked the first time in NFL history that a game ended with that score. ... With Buffalos 21-13 win over Green Bay, the Bills are assured their first eight-win season since going 9-7 in 2004. ... The Titans have lost eight straight and 11 of 12 inn their worst skid since 1994 when home was in Houston.dddddddddddd ... Denvers 12th straight division road win tied San Franciscos NFL record set from 1987-90. ... Detroit went 7-1 at home during the regular season. The previous time that happened was 1995, when the team still played at the Silverdome.___SUNDAY CLINCHERSDenver, New England and Indianapolis all clinched division titles with victories Sunday, while Arizona earned a playoff berth without even playing. The Broncos won the AFC West for the fourth straight year with a 22-10 victory at San Diego. The Patriots beat Miami 41-13 to win the AFC East for the sixth consecutive year and become the first team in NFL history with 11 division titles in 12 years. The Colts held off the Houston Texans 17-10 to clinch the AFC South division title and a third consecutive playoff appearance. The Cardinals, who beat St. Louis 12-6 on Thursday night, earned their first playoff spot since the 2009 season when the Dallas-Philadelphia game Sunday night didnt end in a tie. The Cowboys won 38-27.___DEBUT DISASTERCleveland Browns rookie Johnny Manziel couldnt live up to the enormous hype surrounding his first NFL start as the Cincinnati Bengals rolled to a 30-0 win Sunday over the Browns. He completed 10 of 18 passes for 80 yards, threw two interceptions and was sacked three times. He was also constantly taunted by Bengals players, who gleefully flashed Manziels money-rubbing gesture in his face every chance they got.___SICK AND SOREPeyton Manning played through a thigh injury and flu-like symptoms to lead Denver to a 22-10 victory against the San Diego Chargers, helping the Broncos clinch their fourth straight AFC West title. Manning came out of the game late in the second quarter after apparently hurting his thigh while blocking linebacker Donald Butler on a run by C.J. Anderson. He returned for the start of the third quarter and on Denvers second possession threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas to give the Broncos a 16-3 lead. Manning completed 14 of 20 passes for 233 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions.___RARE RODGERSGreen Bays Aaron Rodgers went 17 of 42 for 185 yards, with two interceptions in the Packers 21-13 loss at Buffalo. He had been picked off just three times this season, and none since throwing two in Green Bays last loss, 44-23 at New Orleans on Oct. 26.___8-PACK OF SACKSBaltimore sacked Jacksonville rookie Blake Bortles eight times in the Ravens 20-12 win over the Jaguars. Terrell Suggs was credited with 2 1/2 sacks and rookie Timmy Jernigan, starting for the suspended Haloti Ngata, had two. Baltimores season-high eight sacks increased the number Jacksonville has yielded this season to 62.___STINGY CINCYThe Cincinnati Bengals overwhelmed the Browns on the field and on the stat sheet in a 30-0 win, recording their first shutout since Dec. 21, 2008 — in Cleveland. Cincinnati had 347 yards to Clevelands 107. The Bengals picked up 24 first downs to five for the Browns, who went just 1 of 10 on third down.___SO LONG, SAN FRANCISCOThe 49ers 17-7 loss at Seattle and Detroits win over Minnesota eliminated San Francisco (7-7) from making the post-season. Its the first time in Jim Harbaughs four seasons the 49ers wont be playing in January, and will only heighten questions about Harbaughs future with the club.___TAKING A SHOTWith Minnesota trailing Detroit 16-14, the Vikings sent Blair Walsh out to attempt a 68-yard field goal — which would have been the longest in NFL history. Walshs kick came up short and wide to the left, and Detroit held on for the victory. Stranger things have happened to us, Detroit offensive lineman Rob Sims said. But maybe this is our time. Maybe things are changing.___NOT TO BE FOR RG3Washingtons Robert Griffin III scrambled for an apparent 8-yard touchdown for a 17-7 lead in the second quarter against the New York Giants, diving over the pylon, then running on to the field and spiking the ball with emphasis. The video review by referee Jeff Triplette showed that Griffin lost control of the ball diving over the pylon and the play was ruled a touchback. The call incensed veteran Redskins receiver Santana Moss so much that he stormed after the officials and was ejected. Triplette said Moss was ejected for inappropriate language directed first at him and then at field judge Alex Kemp.___STEPPING INCarolinas Derek Anderson completed 25 of 40 passes for 277 yards and a TD in the Panthers 19-17 win over Tampa Bay. He improved to 2-0 as a starter in place of Cam Newton, who missed the game while recovering from a car accident Tuesday that left him with two fractures in his lower back. Both of Andersons wins have come against Tampa Bay.___SIDELINEDTennessee quarterback Jake Locker dislocated his left, non-throwing shoulder when he was hit by New York Jets defensive end Quinton Coples late in the first half of 16-11 loss to the Jets and didnt return. ... Houston quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was carted off the field with an air cast covering his left leg early in the second quarter of a 17-10 loss at Indianapolis. Fitzpatrick was injured on a 2-yard run with 13:29 to go. ... Another quarterback was forced out of a game when Washingtons Colt McCoy left after aggravating a neck injury on the opening series against the New York Giants. ... San Francisco running back Frank Gore left with a concussion after falling to the turf after throwing a block in the second quarter against Seattle. Also in the game, 49ers middle linebacker Chris Borland and Seattle left tackle Russell Okung (chest) were both injured on Eric Reids interception return on the final play of the first half. ... Cleveland cornerback Joe Haden will undergo an MRI on Monday after injuring his shoulder in a loss to Cincinnati. The Browns also lost rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert with a concussion.___SPEAKINGHe was sick. I dont think it was Jordan game flu sick, but he was sick. — Denver running back C.J. Anderson on Peyton Manning, referring to how sick Michael Jordan was when he scored 38 points in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals.___It was tough. When you get beat, you get beat and you take it like a man. I felt like it was a fail on my part. — Clevelands Johnny Manziel, who struggled in his first NFL start, a 30-0 loss to Cincinnati.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL ' ' '

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