Abraham, Osimhen on Target as Chelsea Pick Three points at Lille

first_imgCHAMPIONS LEAGUEGenk 0-0 NapoliS’ Prague 0-2  DortmundLiverpool 4-3 SalzburgBarcelona 2-1 InterRB Leipzig 0-2 LyonZenit    3- 1 BenficaLille 1- 2 ChelseaValencia  0- 3Ajax EUROPA FIXTURESBesiktas v WolvesAZ Alkmaar v Man UtdYoung Boys v RangersCeltic v CFR ClujArsenal v S’LiegeAstana v Partizan Belg.Basaksehir v B M’gladbachRZ Pellets v RomaS’Braga v Slovan Bratis’Feyenoord v FC PortoCSKA M’ v EspanyolFerencvarosi v LudogoretsShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Brazilian put away substitute Callum Hudson-Odoi’s cross in the 77th minute after Victor Osimhen had cancelled out Tammy Abraham’s opener.Chelsea sit third in Group H following Ajax’s 3-0 win over Valencia.However, they have kept just one clean sheet in 11 games under manager Frank Lampard, and none away from home.The Blues lined up in a 3-4-2-1 formation as Lampard handed starts to 19-year-old Reece James and Fikayo Tomori, 21.Both impressed but Lille were a threat throughout, and came close on several occasions in the second half.Goalscorer Osimhen, bought as a summer replacement for Arsenal-bound Nicolas Pepe, caused problems in the air and it was his header which brought Lille level only 11 minutes after Abraham had given Chelsea the lead.Benjamin Andre’s header was tipped past the post by Kepa Arrizabalaga, and the Chelsea keeper had a couple of nervous moments when he was forced to come out to the edge of the box to stop quick counter-attacks.But Chelsea were the better side and deserved victory – Jorginho smacked the outside of the right post with a curling effort in the first half and Mason Mount was denied from close range after the break. CHAMPIONS LEAGUEWillian’s excellent second-half volley gave Chelsea victory over Lille in their second Champions League group stage match in France. Victor Osimhenlast_img read more

Syracuse shuts out Penn State in 1-0 road win

first_imgSyracuse (3-6-0, 3-2-0 College Hockey America) shut out Penn State (4-6-1, 0-3-0) Saturday afternoon for a 1-0 victory. SU transfer Anonda Hoppner scored the game’s only goal on the power play.Hoppner’s goal came just under five minutes into the second period and was assisted by Emma Polaski and Kelli Rowswell. The Orange have been clicking on the power play, and this was their ninth goal with the man advantage so far this season.Maddi Welch was credited with the shut out, as she stopped all 18 shots she faced. Her defenders stifled Penn State’s offense and held them to just one shot in the third period.Although they just scored one goal, Syracuse took 29 shots, and that was one of the focuses head coach Paul Flanagan talked about during their media availability earlier in the week. Twenty four of the shots were when the teams were at even strength.Syracuse will stay in Penn State to play the second of a back-to-back Sunday at 2 p.m.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on November 3, 2018 at 5:42 pm Contact Arabdho: armajumd@syr.edu | @aromajumder center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more