Teni’s message to Patapaa & Medikal

Nigerian songstress Teniola Apata monotonously known as Teni has arrived in Ghana for Ghana Meets Naija 2019.

Some media men were at the airport to welcome her.

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In an interview, Teni was asked how prepared she came and that if she can floor Medikal and Patapaa?
In reply, she noted that she has come with the best skills ever and that she believes she’ll do well to beat Medikal and Patapaa on the ‘soccer field’.

Talking further on what she loves about Ghana, Teni who’s in the motherland for the 3rd time has said that she loves the food and the love shown her anytime she comes around

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Moise Kean who is the 19-year-old Juventus striker who claims to be stealing all of Cristiano Ronaldo’s football “secrets”?

Ronaldo scored the away goal that puts Juventus in charge of their Champions League quarter-final against Ajax, and is likely to be the centre of attention at Tuesday’s second leg in Turin – but watch out for Moise Kean.

The teenager may not be a household name yet. But those in the know are tipping him to become one.

He has broken records in Italy and Europe, and has six goals in his past six appearances for club and country. Even though Juve surprisingly lost at SPAL last weekend, he will surely finish the season as a Serie A title winner.

But what is his story? Why is he so good? And how has he taken inspiration from Mario Balotelli?

A home-grown hero

Kean was born on 28 February 2000, in northern Italy to Ivorian parents, and spent six years in Juventus’ academy.

Even before he made his senior breakthrough, he was making an impact. His total of 24 goals in 25 games for Juve’s reserves during the 2015-16 season led to reports of interest from Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and from Arsenal.

At 16, Kean was offered a professional contract by Juventus. On 19 November 2016, he became the club’s youngest first-team debutant, aged 16 years, eight months and 23 days.

Three days later, he made further history as the first player born in the 2000s to make his Champions League debut. On the final day of the 2016-17 season, he became the first footballer born in the 21st century to score in Serie A, with a last-minute winner in a 2-1 victory at Bologna.

However, Kean made only four senior appearances during his debut campaign. So last season, he headed out on loan to Verona in search of regular first-team football. His total of four goals in 19 league games could not prevent relegation to Serie B, but the experience proved invaluable.

Manchester United vs Barcelona Champions League Highlight.

Barcelona, with superstar Lionel Messi quiet by his standards, were nowhere near their best but secured the win after Luis Suarez’s far post header from the Argentine’s pass deflected in off Luke Shaw in the 12th minute and was confirmed by the video assistant referee after initially being given offside.

New Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can take heart from his team’s great endeavour but opportunities were at a premium, the best being a first-half header from Diogo Dalot that he directed off target. In fact United did not muster a single shot on target.

Barcelona still posed a threat, with David de Gea saving from Philippe Coutinho and Messi – and United must now repeat their last-16 heroics against Paris St-Germain in France when they travel to the Nou Camp chasing a semi-final spot against Liverpool or Porto.

Man Utd all sweat, no threat

Manchester United’s players took the applause of Old Trafford – but it was acknowledgment of a plucky effort rather than praise for any serious quality.

United had excellent performers, with youngster Scott McTominay delivering a performance of real maturity, but the bottom line was that they barely laid a glove on Barcelona all night.

And the frustration for the Premier League side will be that this should be regarded as a missed opportunity because Barcelona were light years away from their flowing best here.