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Inter Milan pipped English champions, Chelsea, 2-1 in their International Champions Cup finale in Singapore, to end the Blue’s pre-season tour on a losing note.Both teams named a strong starting XI, with new boy Alvaro Morata starting his first game in Chelsea colours, and Man United’s target Ivan Perisic also making the cut.Stevan Jovetić opened the scoring from the spot on the stroke of half time after Azpilicueta was controversially penalised for a soft push on Jovetic. Inter doubled their lead in the 53rd minute through a powerful drive by Ivan Perisic, showing United fans a glimpse of what could come to Old Trafford.Ivan Perisic scores for Inter Milan vs Chelsea, he’s even more perfect for Manchester United than he was before. pic.twitter.com/rekAiqRkHa— Adam Joseph (@AdamJosephSport) July 29, 2017The talking point of the game came in the 74th minute when Inter’s Geoffrey Kondogbia scored an outrageous own goal to reduce the deficit for Chelsea.And game goes in favor of inter Milan, with 2-1, Goals – jovetic, perisic and kongdobia (own goal)Here’s the clip #chelseavsintermilan, pic.twitter.com/yp7Onm011r— Kicks&tackles (@KNT_football) July 29, 2017The game brought the curtain down on Chelsea’s pre-season tour of Asia, the Stamford Bridge outfit will now return to England ahead of their Community Shield clash with FA Cup winners, Arsenal, at Wembley next Sunday. Video Credit: Twitter.comRelatedVideo: Watch Chelsea Lose 3-2 To Bayern Munich, As Morata Debuts With An AssistJuly 25, 2017In “England”Eight Premier League Transfer TargetsJuly 3, 2017In “England”Inter Close Gap On Leaders Napoli With Hellas Verona VictoryOctober 31, 2017In “Europe”
Cranes midfieler Juma Ibrahim Sadam has said Uganda Cranes will have a different approach in their second CHAN match on Thursday, even if they will play without injured Shaban Mohammed.“We are very positive. We have seen our mistakes from the Zambia game and we are looking forward to improving on that performance against Namibia,” Sadam said in a pre-match press conference.“The loss to Zambia has been put behind us and the coach has instilled a lot of confidence in us. The morale is high and we are looking forward to the game against Namibia.”New head coach Sebastien Desabre was also optimistic. “We have analysed our performance from the first game and tried to correct the mistakes because it is important for the second game.”He added that, “we have a project and my philosophy will be same for the second match against Namibia. We have a balanced team and have to stay with the same mind set and spirit to win the next game. We have no choice and we have to win with an offensive strategy. It is very important for us to score because my team needs that.”Zambia will play Ivory Coast in the earlier match at 7.30pm.Standings Group BZambia 1 1 0 0 3 1 3Namibia 1 1 0 0 1 0 3I. Coast 1 0 0 1 0 1 0Uganda 1 0 0 1 1 3 0Share on: WhatsApp THURS: Uganda vs Namibia 10.30pm | WED: Morocco 3 Guinea 1 & Sudan 1 Mauritania 0Casablanca, Morocco | AFP | Ayoub el Kaabi was the hat-trick star as hosts Morocco reached the African Nations Championship quarter-finals by defeating Guinea 3-1 in Casablanca on Wednesday.The 24-year-old is the leading scorer with five goals in the biennial tournament for home-based footballers after bagging a brace in a 4-0 rout of Mauritania last weekend.His Group A treble against the Guineans was only the third in 121 Championship matches, matching the feats of Zambian Given Singuluma and Nigeria Chisom Chikatara.El Kaabi needs one more goal to become the highest scorer in one edition of the competition — a record he currently shares with 2009 Nations Championship sharpshooter Singuluma.He has emerged as a surprise star with much of the pre-tournament attention on another Moroccan striker, Achraf Bencharki from 2017 African club champions Wydad Casablanca.But coach Jamal Sellami has opted to start with El Kaabi, introducing Bencharki as an impact player during the second half against Mauritania and Guinea.Adding to the joy of El Kaabi was the presence in a packed 65,000-seat Stade Mohamed V of Morocco World Cup coach Herve Renard.The Frenchman was studying the best Moroccan local talent as he prepares the “Atlas Lions” to face Iran, Portugal and Spain in Russia during June.El Kaabi scored on 27 minutes and after Saidouba Bissiri Camara levelled within a minute, struck twice in four minutes during the second half for an ultimately comfortable win.Sudan joined Morocco in the knockout stage after defeating Mauritania 1-0 in the second match of a double-header with 18-year-old Walaa Eldin Musa scoring on 30 minutes.*****
During a news conference on Friday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that Florida is putting $250 million it received from the federal CARES Act toward rental, mortgage, and other housing assistance for Floridians who suffered financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.“Hundreds of thousands of Floridians who may have already had difficulty making ends meet are now suffering even more, losing a job, not being able to find a job, having to figure out how to pay for child care while schools were in distance learning,” DeSantis said.According to the latest numbers from the Florida Department of Health on Friday, there are 323,002 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state.Florida’s unemployment rate in June was up 10.4% according to the latest reports.
Facebook16Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County Board of Commissioners Thurston County ranks 6th healthiest among Washington State counties in the nationwide County Health Rankings released yesterday. In 2012, Thurston County ranked 14th healthiest in the state, and just last year, the County measured in as the 7th healthiest. The rankings are produced annually by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.The County Health Rankings grade counties across the state, as well as at a national level, based on how healthy people are today. In addition, the ranking measures indicators of how healthy the community will be in the future.In 2013, the Thurston County Board of Health, together with members of the community, formed the Thurston Thrives community health initiative. Thurston Thrives focuses on improving health for all people who live, work, and play in our communities. “The ranking demonstrates that collective action, and a focus on local health priorities can make a difference,” said Board of Health Chair, Bud Blake. “We need to do more work to bring children out of poverty, continue progress on unemployment, reduce social determinants of health, and support healthy and affordable housing. We’re proud that Thurston Thrives brings community members together to focus on health and well-being.”Thurston County scores better than the state of Washington on several measures covered by the County Health Rankings including: fewer people dying young (prematurely), fewer people without health care, lower rates of violent crime, and fewer preventable hospital stays. Health officials and community leaders agree that more can be done to make Thurston County a healthy, safe, vibrant community for all residents. The Thurston Thrives Coordinating Council, along with eight Action Teams and one Workgroup address key areas of health that make a difference in quality and length of life for area residents.The County Health Rankings shows that focusing on health behaviors and social/economic factors is making a positive difference. However, with Thurston County ranked 14th in clinical care and 18th for measures that describe the physical environment, there continues to be a need to focus on access to quality health care, and living in a healthy environment.“As we move forward, it will be important to focus more on how we can address health equity in our county. We see differences in peoples’ health based on a range of characteristics including where someone lives, whether they have a disability, how much money they make, as well as gender and ethnicity,” said Schelli Slaughter, Department Director of Thurston County Public Health and Social Services. “To move our ranking up, our Department and community needs to understand and discuss these differences, then take action to change them for the better”.For more information on Thurston Thrives, visit www.ThurstonThrives.org. To learn more about the County Health Rankings, visit www.countyhealthrankings.org.