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Sports Round Up
By Sonia RANDEV
Premier League Highlights:
Chelsea moves up into third place on the Premier League table after demolishing Brighton. Hazard opened the scoring in the third minute of the first half and went on to score another in the 77th minute. Willian and Moses added to the score sheet after a fine display by the blues.
Arsenal bounced back this weekend after beating Crystal Palace 4-1 with all four goals scored in the first half. Clearly not missing Sanchez too much. Palace managed to get one back with Milivojevic scoring in the 78th minute.
Manchester United faced Burnley away with Martial scoring the only goal of the match.
Frustrating end result for Tottenham as they draw 1-1 against Southampton. Harry Kane takes his tally to 99 but couldn’t find the winner. Late chances for both teams but neither successful in converting them into goals.
The England Women’s team fly out to La Manga in Spain for a 10 day training camp in preparation for the SheBelieves Cup.
The next home game for the Lionesses is a world cup qualifier against Wales at Southampton’s St. Mary’s Stadium on Friday 6th April 7pm.
February 3rd will see London cruiserweights Isaac Chamberlain and Lawrence Okolie (signed to Anthony Joshua Management) but both promoted by Eddie Hearn, settle their beef headlining the O2 arena in a fight that is set to explode and settle the debate of who is the real top dog.
The Copper Box Arena will play host once again to another night of boxing where some of the UK’s hottest talent will feature on the Frank Warren promotions card on 10th February.
Up and coming welterweight boxer Hamzah Sheeraz is one to watch. He aims to add another win under his belt as he fights in his second professional fight.
England beat Australia by 16 runs to win the ODI, winning the series.
India wins the Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 defeating Pakistan in the final.
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