Advertisement 6ljNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsajWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6qmdhq( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2n4vzWould you ever consider trying this?😱3z8Can your students do this? 🌚attRoller skating! Powered by Firework Chelsea loanee and current Valencia C.F. striker Michy Batshuayi has often been said to be the king of twitter in the football sphere given his witty comebacks and quirky tweets. Advertisement Batshuayi had a bad day at the office and missed a huge chance to give his team a two-goal advantage, heading over Sergio Romero’s goal from close-range towards the end of the first half. However , that didn’t stop the Belgian forward from making fun of Phil Jones face that was photographed during a battle for a loose ball between the two. Batshuayi was more concerned with Jones’ face, tweeting: ‘Glad you like guys… but can we talk about Phil Jones face first ? #anotherone.’Advertisement Hilariously, the last time an United player scored a Champions League own goal was in 2011 , also by Phil Jones. Mourinho couldn’t help United from having another lackluster performance which saw fail to clinch first place in their group. Advertisement After the game , Jose said ‘We go to 2-1, we probably should get to 2-2 because we had a couple of important chances to equalise. But I think fundamentally this, we wasted the first half playing too comfortable and with not enough intensity.’ Advertisement
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas – No. 1 seed Texas A&M took a 2-0 lead 11 minutes into the match and went on from there to defeat Houston Baptist 5-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday night at Ellis Field. A&M took a 2-0 lead six minutes later, as Monogue scored her second of the night, on a shot off a cross pass by Bianca Brinson. The Aggies wasted little time getting a lead, as Monogue scored on a cross pass from Annie Kuntz just four minutes into the action. Patty Walrath set a new career high with 14 saves. Kelley Monogue had two goals, while Shea Groom and Bianca Brinson each had a three-point match for Texas A&M (19-2-2). Jordan Day earned the win, as she made one save in 45 minutes. Two other keepers split time in the second half. Lindsay Matlock, Natalie Hager, and Charlotte Vancura each had a shot for HBU (10-7-5), while Matlock had the lone shot on goal. Brinson scored the Aggies’ fourth goal, as she hit top-shelf on a cross pass deep in the box in the 56th minute. Shea Groom gave TAMU a 5-0 lead on an individual effort, as she deked the defender and scored top-shelf at the 61-minute mark. Bailey gave the Aggies their third goal, in the 24th minute, as she scored off a rebound following a Walrath save on a shot by Kunz. In the 69th minute, Walrath made a phenomenal diving save on Bailey.