According to L’Equipe, Ousmane Dembele, has no intention of leaving Barcelona, even if Juventus did make an approach. The 23-year-old wide attacker made a massive €125m transfer from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2017, but had a serious injury and made only nine competitive appearances this season, scoring one goal. Dembele had been mentioned as a potential part of the exchange deal bringing Miralem Pjanic to Camp Nou, after Arthur Melo rejected the switch.Advertisement Loading… However, L’Equipe claim this evening that his agent does not see any move away from Barcelona this summer. read also:Man Utd Ighalo deal won’t influence Dembele pursuit At the same time, the representative intimated that Juventus had ‘courted’ Dembele. This would be the second Barcelona player who is refusing to join Juve as part of an exchange for Pjanic. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
The chief of Kelly Lake Cree Nation is denouncing the recent bombings of an EnCana pipeline just a short distance from the homes of band members.Chief Caillou says although his band engaged in a two day community disaster drill and pamphletting event that blocked oil and gas traffic on a road near Wapiti River earlier this year, they would never consider resorting to this kind of action to get their point across. [asset|aid=455|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=776e798d4beec0f5fa55ee22a818edbe-Caillou-1_1_Pub.mp3] – Advertisement -Lynette Hodges, who works with the band, says many members actually work for EnCana and other oil and gas companies in the area. [asset|aid=456|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=776e798d4beec0f5fa55ee22a818edbe-Lynette Hodges – 1_1_Pub.mp3] Police spokesperson Tim Shields says the safety of residents in the area is the force’s number one priority, and a community meeting has been planned for today to address the issue. The RCMP has said it’s bringing more forensic experts into the area this morning to aid in the investigation.Advertisement
Ivan Perisic celebrates his winning goal 1 Ivan Perisic scored three minutes from time to earn Croatia a well deserved victory over Spain, securing top spot in Euro 2016 Group D in the process.Alvaro Morata gave La Roja an early lead, and some glorious play suggested they would be dominating the game – with a bundle of goals to come.However, the Croats grew into the game, and started to show their true talent before Nikola Kalinic scored on the cusp of half-time, and Perisic grabbed the winner right at the end of the game.Morata’s goal – his third of the tournament – came just minutes into the game, as he finished off a lovely team move to hand his side the lead.David Silva had the ball in the inside right position, and played a perfect reverse pass into the area – taking three Croatian defenders out of the move in the process.Cesc Fabregas had timed his run to reach the ball, before sending it across the face of goal for Morata to tap home.It was a perfectly worked team goal, and no less than Spain deserved in a half in which they played some glorious football.Nolito went close after more Silva magic, before the Mancheser City playmaker tested Subasic from range – although the keeper was positioned well to deflect the shot.Despite all of Spain’s intricate passing moves, Croatia were not being overawed, and created chances of their own.Ivan Rakitic captailised on a dreadful mistake from David de Gea to send a delightful chip over the keeper, but he could only watch on as it struck the frame of the goal before bouncing off the line and clear.It was a sign that Vatreni had the talent to strike their opponents, and on the cusp of half-time the equaliser was finally secured – Kalinic sending a neat finish past De Gea after Rakitic had flicked on Ivan Perisic’s right-wing cross.The second period started, with Spain dominating much of the possession but failing to seriously test Subasic, and Rakitic and Perisic the centre of consistent Croatian counter attacks.It was from one of these counters that Marko Pjaca registered the first good chance of the half, sending a bicycle kick just wide of the near post after some great wing play from Perisic and Darijo Srna.Sergio Ramos flashed a free header wide of Subasic’s goal, and as Croatia turned up the pressure, they were caught on the counter by Spain and conceded a penalty.Silva was brought down by Vrsaljko, and although there was little contact, the spotkick was awarded.Ramos stepped up to strike towards goal, but Subasic was more than a match to push the attempt wide – although there were calls for the penalty to be retaken given how far off his line the keeper was when the ball was kicked.Croatia pushed and pushed for a second goal, and were dominating the game with Spain starting to show the pressure.And the goal eventually came, Perisic breaking down the left and into the box, firing a low shot at goal. Aided by a deflection, the ball flew past De Gea at his near post, and sent Croatia top of the table heading into the Round of 16.