Tuttosport: anger invades Cristiano

first_imgThe Italian newspaper Tuttosport title in one of its pages that “Cristiano Ronaldo is furious and has anger to distribute.” The Portuguese played a great game against Hellas Verona but it did not prevent the Juventus lost by two goals to one against a weaker a priori team and showing that the Vecchia Signora It doesn’t go through its best moment. A series* Data updated as of February 10, 2020 But anger is not for less. It takes ten consecutive days marking, achieving a double in three of them and a hat-trick in another, but that has not always served to win, since three defeats and a draw have meant that in those last meetings eleven points were left on the road.Wojciech Szczesny, Polish goalkeeper of Juve, confirmed the anger of the Portuguese: “He is as pissed off as all of us because it is not good to lose this type of matches. He does everything possible to make us win, he scores in all matches and instead, we have not been good.”Juventus has ceded first place to Inter Milan, although they are tied at 54 points, but the feelings are not those of other years, when it seemed that the team had no competition. In fact, the interista club has more goals in favor and less against those of Maurizio Sarri.Cristiano has always become strong in bad times, that have served as motivation, and in less than a month the cup semifinals come against him Milan, a key match against Inter and the round of 16 of the Champions League in front of Lyon Olympique. It will be necessary to see if it discharges its rage against the rivals in the form of goals. The Italian newspaper explains that the seven did not say goodbye to the fans (he did not want to go through the curve), refusing to take pictures with the fans who approached, shows the disappointment of the player: “It was not the result we wanted, but we must continue working hard to achieve our goals”, said the Portuguese after the meeting to try to motivate. 7last_img read more

Ireland insists on Brexit backstop – PM Varadkar

first_imgLondon best pest control Reporting by Alastair Macdonald and Antonia Kerrigan, Editing by Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday that a possible extension of Britain’s post-Brexit transition period would not diminish Ireland’s need for a “backstop” to avoid a hard border with Northern Ireland.center_img He also told reporters on the third day of EU summit meetings in Brussels that it would be up to British Prime Minister Theresa May to decide whether she had to defy opposition from her unionist Northern Irish allies and agree to the EU’s proposed backstop, which would potentially create trade barriers between Northern Ireland and the British mainland.He said it was a “judgment call” May would have to make but said that without an Irish backstop, any withdrawal treaty might not be ratified by the European Parliament. He acknowledged that May faces a difficult domestic political situation, running a minority government with internal divisions on the Brexit issue.Varadkar also renewed a warning that a return of customs posts on his country’s border with Northern Ireland could see a return to violence in the British province:“Certainly it’s something that’s in the back of my mind as a potential consequence if we get this wrong.”On the issue of extending Britain’s transition period, he said: “I’m open to the idea of an extension or a longer transition period, but that’s not an alternative to a legally binding Irish backstop. So, certainly not an alternative, it’s just something that might be part of the mix.”last_img read more