Monthly Archives: August 2019

Kane’s late double saves Spurs from opening day stumble

Harry Kane scored his first goals at Tottenham’s new stadium as last season’s Champions League finalists came from behind to beat newly-promoted Aston Villa 3-1 on Saturday. Spurs were on course for a Premier League opening day shock for 73 minutes as they trailed to John McGinn’s early opener. However, club-record signing Tanguy Ndombele sparked the fightback by curling home

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Hat-trick hero Sterling hails ‘joy’ of scoring after Man City romp

Raheem Sterling said it was a “joy” to score for Manchester City after his hat-trick in the Premier League champions’ opening 5-0 demolition of West Ham on Saturday. Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus opened the scoring midway through the first half in London before Sterling took over, scoring three goals in the second half as the champions started their title defense

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Same old Liverpool as Reds run riot – but Alisson blow takes shine off Norwich win

The Reds battered Norwich 4-1 in their Premier League opener but face an anxious wait over their Brazilian goalkeeper’s fitness Death, taxes and Liverpool winning at Anfield. There are few things certain in life, and fewer still in football. But on the opening night of the new Premier League campaign, Jurgen Klopp’s side showed they are ready for another full-throttle

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Why fight against money laundering, terrorism is low in West Africa, NFIU boss

The fight against money laundering and counter terrorism financing has remained low in West Africa due to weak governance structure, poor institutional framework, inadequate laws and unstable system of administration, Chief Executive officer, Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU), Modibbo Hamman Tukur has said. He explained however that engaging youths against organized crimes such as money laundering through targeted attitudinal changes

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