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วันที่วางจำหน่าย:2022年11月29 เรียกดู:  ผู้เขียน:

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Nelly Korda and Lexi Thompson laud Aramco Team Series for boosting womens golf

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Brooke Henderson teeing off in New York. (LET)

NEW YORK: The stage is set for the Aramco Team Series New York tournament teeing off Thursday with the worlds top women golfers taking part at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in the Bronx, New York.

The Ladies European Tour event, with a $1 million prize purse, features 78 golfers, including world No. 4 Nelly Korda, No. 6 Brooke Henderson, No. 8 Lexi Thompson, No. 14 Jessica Korda, No. 18 Charley Hull and No. 19 Leona Maguire.

Speaking to the media in New York on Wednesday, Korda said: We play so many events on the LPGA Tour, its nice to switch it up for a team aspect. Its very different and its fun. Throughout the season, competing and traveling gets a little tiring. Its a breath of fresh air having a team and doing a little something different throughout the season.

Thompson said: Its an amazing golf course and its in great shape. I got to play about 14, 15 holes yesterday. Besides the traffic in New York, everything is great. To take on this golf course, keep it in the fairways. Theres some fescue out there.

Itll be all weather-dependent as well, if it gets super windy theres obviously not too much to block it; keeping a good trajectory on ball flight. Its in great shape for us.

Regarding the opportunities the Aramco Team Series is creating for female golfers, Thompson continued: Its amazing what theyre doing. As an athlete of any sport, we want to grow our game and our sport individually. What theyre doing with golf and giving other girls an opportunity to bring out their best is great. Theyre very grateful for this opportunity.

On Tuesday evening, the players gathered for the draw where 26 captains selected their teams for the tournament. The event features a unique scoring system, allowing an amateur player to contribute to the final result of the Ladies European Tour event as the competition features individual and team champions vying for the $1 million prize.

Brooke Henderson shared her excitement this week on her first visit to New York City: First time for me in actual New York City, which is hard to believe as Im only a seven-and-a-half-hour drive from here, but Ive never experienced the city. I was able to walk around Central Park a little bit, so Im enjoying the hustle and bustle and the craziness. Its all very exciting.

The team event covers the first two rounds, with individuals making the cut for a chance at the individual title on day three.

Headlining teams include the following:

Team N. Korda: Nelly Korda, Noora Komulainen, Celine Herbin

Team Henderson: Brooke Henderson, Christine Wolf, Linda Wessberg

Team Thompson: Lexi Thompson, Kelly Whaley, Laura Fuenfstueck

Team J. Korda: Jessica Korda, Jillian Hollis, Kylie Henry

Team Hull: Charley Hull, Laura Davies, Julia Engstrom

Team Maguire: Leona Maguire, Liz Young, Tvesa Malik

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Qatar lose 3-1 to Senegal, host nearing World Cup exit

Qatar lose 3-1 to Senegal, host nearing World Cup exit

Qatar lose 3-1 to Senegal, host nearing World Cup exit

DOHA: Senegal sent the host team to a second loss at their home tournament on Friday after seizing on a defensive error from the Qatar team for the opening goal in a 3-1 victory.

Qatars elimination from the World Cup could now come on Friday and less than a week into the tournament they have been preparing to play in for 12 years if Netherlands and Ecuador draw in the days other Group A game, or if the Dutch win.

Senegal, on the other hand, got their campaign back on track after losing 2-0 to the Netherlands in the first match.

Against Qatar, Senegal striker Boulaye Dia drilled in the first goal after defender Boualem Khoukhi tried to make a clearance under no pressure, didnt connect properly and landed on his backside. The ball dribbled away from Khoukhi.

And Dia, grateful for the gift, lashed it in.

Famara Diedhiou made it 2-0 at the start of the second half with a header from a corner while two Qatar defenders failed to stop him.

Qatar were denied a penalty and the chance of the lead before Dias goal, though, when Akram Afif was clear on the left and then knocked over by a charging Ismaila Sarr. Referee Antonio Mateu of Spain didnt award a penalty even though replays suggested that contact was made.

Qatar did at least score a goal through substitute Mohammed Muntari. He headed in to finally beat Edouard Mendy after the Chelsea goalkeeper had pulled off two world-class saves to deny Qatar, which rallied in the second half.

But Qatars hopes of a fightback to boost their qualification chances lasted six minutes before Senegal substitute Bamba Dieng reestablished the two-goal advantage.

Qatars second defeat of the World Cup they lost 2-0 to Ecuador in the opening game push them to the brink of an exit.

Qatar have already made unwanted history as the first host to lose the opening game of the tournament and, while South Africa in 2010 are the only other host team to be eliminated in the group stage. The South Africans at least went out with a win and a draw from their three games.

Maradonas World Cup absence strange for Messi, Argentina

Maradonas World Cup absence strange for Messi, Argentina

Maradonas World Cup absence strange for Messi, Argentina

Maradona had been a presence for Argentina at every World Cup since 1982 as a player, coach of elder statesman

Diego is immortal, he is still with us, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said

DOHA: No matter what happens on the field, this World Cup will be a special one for Argentina.

It likely will be the last World Cup for Lionel Messi and already is the first since the death of Diego Maradona. The Argentine great died exactly two years ago Friday.

Maradona, his nations beloved soccer God, had been a presence for Argentina at every World Cup since 1982 as a player, coach of elder statesman.

Maradona died at age 60 on Nov. 25 in 2020, a date most Argentines will never forget. He passed away while under hospital care in his home following brain surgery, and judicial authorities continue to investigate if medical negligence was involved.

Several tributes were dedicated to Maradona ahead of the 2022 World Cup, both in Argentina and in Qatar.

Diego is immortal, he is still with us, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said Friday in front of a real-size statue of Maradona unveiled at an event in Qatar organized by South American soccer confederation CONMEBOL.

What this man has done to get people to fall in love with this sport, maybe nobody else has been able to do.

Infantino said that at every World Cup going forward will be a day reserved to celebrate Maradona.

Everyone knows about the unique sincerity and charisma that Diego had, Infantino said. He was a great leader in Argentina, South American and the entire world. We have to keep celebrating him.

Several former Argentina teammates of Maradona were at the event in Qatar. Argentina fans planned to gather in his honor later Friday in Doha.

In Buenos Aires, a huge mural had already emerged of Maradona wearing a national team jersey and holding his right hand in a fist, a defiant expression on his face. The massive piece of artwork climbs 148 feet high and 131 feet wide (45 meters by 40 meters) and was painted on the side of a 14-story building in the Argentine capital.

Another mural with images of Maradona was put together in Doha not too many kilometers (miles) from where Lionel Messi and Argentina were shocked 2-1 by Saudi Arabia in the teams opener.

Messi, playing in his fifth World Cup, had told FIFA ahead of the Qatar tournament that it was strange, different not to see Maradona in the tribunes or the people going crazy when he appears. He said he felt Maradona would always be present somewhere.

Maradona played in four World Cups from 1982 to 1994, and was the coach of the national team in 2010.

Some of his best and worst moments came at the World Cup, from the Hand of God goal against England in 1986 to his failed doping test that got him expelled from the tournament in 1994.

Maradona led Argentina to the title in 1986, when his hand goal in the quarterfinals against England became one of the greatest and most controversial ones in tournament history. In that same match, he also scored one of the best World Cup goals ever after a run past opponents that began on Argentinas own field.

Not long before the 2022 World Cup kicked off, the Argentine soccer association received the original shirt that Maradona wore in the 1986 tournament as a gift from Germany great Lothar Matthaus, who exchanged jerseys with Maradona after Argentinas 3-2 win at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

As Argentinas coach in 2010 in South Africa, Maradona led the national team to the quarterfinals, when they were eliminated by Germany.

One of the most disturbing images of the star at a World Cup came eight years later in Russia, when an overweight and somewhat disoriented Maradona collapsed at the stadium in St. Petersburg following a 2-1 victory over Nigeria, when Messi scored one of the goals.

The 35-year-old Messi likely wont be back for another World Cup four years from now. And if he cant find a way to lead this years team to a good result against Mxico in their second game on Saturday, Argentinas first World Cup without Maradona will come to an end without Messi as well.

Last-gasp Iran sink Wales at World Cup

Iran regime supporters confront protesters at World Cup game

Last-gasp Iran sink Wales at World Cup

Last-gasp Iran sink Wales at World Cup

Last-gasp Iran sink Wales at World Cup

Iran players send their thousands of supporters at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium delirious

Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey became the first player to be sent off at the Qatar tournament

DOHA: Iran claimed a famous 2-0 victory over 10-man Wales on Friday as Carlos Queirozs men scored two goals deep into added time to keep their World Cup campaign alive.

The Iran players, who sang the national anthem before kick-off, sent their thousands of supporters at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium delirious as they celebrated beating a European team at a World Cup for the first time.

Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey became the first player to be sent off at the Qatar tournament for clattering into Mehdi Taremi late in the game.

Iran, who had earlier twice struck the woodwork, finally broke the deadlock in the 98th minute through substitute Rouzbeh Cheshmis powerful drive.

Ramin Rezaeian clipped in a second on the counter-attack three minutes later.

Iran, who would have been eliminated with a defeat, instead climbed to second in Group B behind England, who beat them 6-2 in their opening game.

Victory for Iran on Tuesday in their politically charged clash with the United States would take them into the knockout phase for the first time.

We need the supporters to support us like always, said striker Taremi.

Even those who are in Iran behind their TV, we need their positive energy and then we will win the game because we have our dream and we want to give that dream a chance.

Wales tumbled to the bottom of the group and will have to defeat neighbors England in their final match next week to have any chance of reaching the last 16 in their first World Cup since 1958.

Were gutted. There is no other way to say it, captain Gareth Bale told the BBC.

Weve fought until the last second. Its one of those things. Its difficult to take but we have to recover and go again.

The Americans take on England later on Friday.

The Iran players opted to sing the national anthem in contrast to their stance before the game against England, when they remained silent in an apparent gesture of solidarity with anti-government protesters.

Some Iranian fans were in tears during the anthem.

Wales manager Rob Page elected to start striker Kieffer Moore, whose early volley was parried by Iran goalkeeper Hossein Hosseini.

Iran thought they had taken the lead minutes later but Ali Gholizadeh was clearly offside before he tapped in and the goal was ruled out by VAR.

A cagey game burst into life during a crazy spell shortly after half-time when Sardar Azmoun and Gholizadeh both struck the woodwork within seconds.

Rejuvenated Iran suddenly looked like scoring every time they went forward and Ethan Ampadu had to make an excellent block to deny Taremi the opening goal.

Wales had Hennessey to thank for staying on level terms with 17 minutes left, as he stretched to tip Saeid Ezatolahis low shot around the post.

The game opened up in a frantic final minutes as both sides knew they likely needed more than a draw.

Iran were given a huge boost in their push for a winner when Hennessey recklessly charged out of his goal and crashed into Taremi.

Remarkably, Guatemalan referee Mario Escobar only initially booked the goalkeeper, but that was corrected after a VAR review and Hennessey was dismissed in the 86th minute.

Leicesters Danny Ward took his place and quickly saw Mehdi Torabis effort fly past his post.

But an emotional day for Iran and their fans finished in dramatic fashion when Cheshmi hammered home from the edge of the box and Rezaeian raced clear to chip over Ward.

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Security escort man wearing pro-Iran protest shirt ahead of match

Security escort man wearing pro-Iran protest shirt ahead of match

Security escort man wearing pro-Iran protest shirt ahead of match

Man wearing a shirt declaring Women, Life, Freedom was accompanied by three security officers in blue

AL-RAYYAN, Qatar: A man wearing a jersey declaring support for anti-government protesters in Iran was escorted by security officers into the stadium where the national team was due to play a World Cup match with Wales on Friday, a Reuters witness said.

Reuters could not immediately confirm why the man, wearing a shirt declaring Women, Life, Freedom, was being accompanied by three security officers in blue.

The media liaison at the stadium for world governing body FIFA did not immediately respond to a request for comment, while the stadium media manager was not aware of the incidents but would respond later.

A spokesperson for the organizing supreme committee referred Reuters to FIFA and Qatars list of prohibited items, but without saying which prohibited item the fan was carrying. The rules ban items with political, offensive, or discriminatory messages.

Another anti-government Iranian fan said she had sneaked a T-shirt past security into the stadium grounds but that her friends had been turned away because of their T-shirts which read WOMEN LIFE FREEDOM.

Inside the stadium, a woman with dark red tears painted from her eyes held aloft a soccer jersey with Mahsa Amini 22 printed on the back a reference to the 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman whose death in police custody two months ago ignited the nationwide protests in Iran, a Reuters photo showed.

A man standing next to her held a shirt printed with the words WOMEN, LIFE, FREEDOM, one of the main chants of the protests.

Another supporter held an Iranian flag with the words Allahu Akbar (God is Greatest), scored through with black lines as a security man stood nearby apparently pointing at him.

The protests ignited by Aminis death mark one of the boldest challenges to the Islamic Republic since the 1979 revolution in Iran.

Amini died after being arrested by morality police for allegedly breaching the Islamic Republics strict dress codes.

Irans World Cup team refrained from singing the national anthem ahead of their opening match with England on Monday, a sign of support for the demonstrations.

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Iran regime supporters confront protesters at World Cup game

Iran regime supporters confront protesters at World Cup game

Iran regime supporters confront protesters at World Cup game

Some Iran fans confiscated Persian pre-revolutionary Iranian flags from supporters entering the stadium

AL RAYYAN, Qatar: Irans political turmoil appears to overshadowing also Irans second match at the World Cup, with pro-government fans harassing anti-government fans outside the stadium in Qatar.

Iran plays Wales in their second match in Group B on Friday.

Some Iran fans confiscated Persian pre-revolutionary Iranian flags from supporters entering the stadium and shouted insults at those wearing shirts with the slogan of the countrys protest movement, Woman, Life, Freedom.

Small mobs of men angrily chanted The Islamic Republic of Iran at women giving interviews about the protests to foreign media.

Many female fans were visibly shaken as Iranian government supporters surrounded them with national flags and filmed them on their phones.

Shouting matches erupted outside the security checkpoint at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium between fans screaming Women, Life, Freedom and others shouting back The Islamic Republic.

Some anti-government fans waved signs in support of the protest movement at Irans first match against England earlier this week.

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