Departed Liverpool coach puts rivalry aside, praises Manchester United talent Josh Harrop

Departed Liverpool coach puts rivalry aside, praises Manchester United talent Josh Harrop

Manchester United academy starlet Josh Harrop has stated he was " delighted " by his debut goal for the senior side, as he opened the scoring in thefinal day 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace. A few minutes from the end Rooney came off to a standing ovation to be replaced by Gomes, almost half his age. He said: "I have seen in the football media that certain pundits can not understand why our players are exhausted".

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Yet when you watch the teams play against one another on the ice, and when you look at all of the underlying numbers (mostly the shots on goal and the shot attempts), it is clear that the Capitals have completely dictated the pace of the series and have been the better team.

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He followed that up by floating over an inviting cross which Mario Mandzukic converted at the second attempt to break the deadlock. Thierry Henry (five games) is the only French player to have reached six Champions League goals quicker than Kylian Mbappe (nine).

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With City now down, the focus will turn to the future of a head coach who can walk away this summer. "Now is not the moment to talk about the future of the manager". You start to win or lose a season ahead one year in advance. "The chairman tried to change the situation during the January market but it is better to do this during pre-season, to prepare better for the season".

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We want him in the side with us because he makes our life much easier. "It's not his thing to let someone decide for him". But there was nothing but mutual respect on display between the men , whose philosophies could not be any more different.

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Despite a great start in individual duels with Mercedes, Ferrari's top driver finished Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix exactly where he started: in second place behind Lewis Hamilton. "These guys ( Ferrari ) have done a phenomenal job, the pace they have, it is close between us", Hamilton said. Renault e.dams driver S├ębastien Buemi took his fourth win of the FIA Formula E season in Monaco, fending off a determined late-race charge from Lucas di Grassi.