Real Madrid leaves two points and slows its streak against a great Celtic

first_imgPhoto: EFE Oscar also released his offensive version with three centrals, but the uneven moment of confidence in both teams was seen when adding people up. Madrid did not speculate, while Celta kept a lot of backs. However, with a recital by Rafinha, the support and quality of Aspas and Smolov’s clearing were enough for Celta to mark, take a breath and even forgive.In a throw-in, Aspas saw the gap between centrals for the Russian striker, which premiered as a scorer in Spanish football at the Bernabéu (0-1). Madrid continued to overturn, the visiting team did not last the ball, but getting air centers without a finisher. A good play by left wing, Benzema for Hazard and this one for Bale, left the best of the whites, out for a little.Mina slows the Madrid streak The return of costumes did not change the script and for Celta it was very difficult to endure a Madrid that also improved in the last meters. The Zidane threw the ball to the ground in their approach to the area and, after a warning from Ramos, who scored offside, Kroos made the 1-1 in the 52nd minute. Another play on the left wing, with Benzema and Marcelo to The pass back to German.Shortly after, Rubén Blanco gave Hazard a penalty, with the Belgian on the bottom line and the ball already out, which Ramos did not forgive. With Madrid ahead and Celta worn from running through the local domain, the leader seemed to have a quiet end until Denis Suarez masterfully attended a newly entered Mina. Two points of the Bernabéu vanished, in spite of the last attempts of Benzema, that give life to Barça.DATA SHEETREAL MADRID: Courtois; Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo; Valverde, Casemiro, Kroos (Modric, min. 81); Bale (Mendy, min, 84), Benzema and Hazard (Vinicius, min. 73).CELTA: Rubén; Kevin Vázquez (Sisto, min. 55), Aidoo, Murillo, Araujo, Olaza; Bradaric (Mina, min. 83), Okay Yokuslu, Rafinha; Smolov (Denis Suarez, min. 71) and Aspas.– GOALS: 0 – 1, min. 7, Smolov.1 – 1, min. 52, Kroos.2 – 1, min. 65, Ramos.2 – 2, min. 85, Santi Mina.– ARBITRATOR: Alberola Rojas (C. Castellano-Manchego). He admonished Bale (min.72) and Carvajal (min.74) by Real Madrid. And Olaza (min. 57) and Okay (min. 76) in Celta.–Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Real Madrid gave a tie (2-2) this Sunday against RC Celta because of a goal from Santi Mina in the 85th minute, which reduces to a point the white income in the leadership of LaLiga Santander after day 24, point of life for Galicians in Santiago Bernabéu and more excitement in the fight for the title.Those of Zinedine Zidane traced the goal seven minutes after Smolov, with a second more effective part within the same domain they led in the first act. However, when Celta seemed already rendered physically and emotionally, Oscar’s changes were successful, with Denis Suarez attending Mina beautifully to get the celestial descent and spice LaLiga.Madrid missed two points on Hazard’s return after almost three months of injury. The Belgian performed at a high level, within what could be expected after a long absence, and the whites continued in their positive dynamics but had five minutes left. There Mina cut the streak of five victories followed by the whites, who are left with 53 points for the 52 of Barça, two weeks of the Classic.Madrid wanted to bite and did so in its pressure and recovery in the rival field, but then did not find the way to the goal. An eleven offensive, with Hazard’s long-awaited return as the biggest argument, left without a shot at goal. Meanwhile, despite suffering that local harassment in his field, Celta made the 0-1 and Courtois avoided the 0-2 at the edge of the break a shot only from Aidoo to corner.center_img Mina, five to the end, torpedo the accounts of Real Madrid last_img read more

Jepsen Named AEMA Glenn Sharp Equipment Manager Of The Year

first_imgDrake University head equipment manager Troy Jepsen has been named the Athletic Equipment Managers Association Glenn Sharp Equipment Manager of the Year winner, the organization announced this week during its annual convention in Atlanta, Ga. Earlier this year, Jepsen was honored as the AEMA District 6 Equipment Manager of the Year and serves as the District’s director. Jepsen, who is in his sixth year overseeing the Bulldogs’ equipment operations directs the purchasing, storing, issuing, fitting and repairing of all athletics equipment and works directly with adidas to outfit all 18 Bulldog teams and their student-athletes. The Glenn Sharp Equipment Manager of the Year Award is presented annually to the individual who is determined to have contributed the most to the advancement of the equipment management profession in the past year and has exhibited the characteristics and devotion reminiscent of Glenn’s demeanor and lifestyle. Sharp is known as the founder of the AEMA and was the long time Equipment Manager at Bowling Green State University. Prior to joining the staff at Drake, Jepsen served in roles at Cincinnati, Iowa State, Air Force and Towson. Jepsen earned a bachelor’s degree in communications in 1997 and a master’s in sports management in 1998 from Wayne State College in Nebraska. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more