PL on Citi: Aubameyang brace secure 2-2 draw in Freddie Ljungberg’s first game as coach

first_imgOnel Hernandez had time on the left wing to pick his pass and teed up Todd Cantwell to beat Leno with a composed finish for a 2-1 half-time advantage.Having canceled out Norwich’s opener, Aubameyang was at it again in the 57th minute. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his tenth goal of the season Freddie Ljungberg cut an animated figure on the Carrow Road touchline in his first game Freddie Ljungberg was forced to settle for a point in his first game as Arsenal manager as Norwich City held the Gunners to a 2-2 draw.The Swede, appointed on an interim basis after Unai Emery’s sacking, watched on from the Carrow Road dugout as both sides threw caution to the wind in an exciting game. The Canaries at least deserved a point from the gamecenter_img With Mesut Ozil and Granit Xhaka in midfield, there were signs of encouragement for the Premier League winner in his first game in charge.But lapses in concentration and poor defending cost the Gunners’ yet again on the road, making the chasm between them and the European top spots even wider.The Canaries remain in the relegation places, but Daniel Farke will be pleased by what he saw from his troops – continuing to play good football in spite of their lowly league position.For Arsenal, they host Brighton and West Ham in their next two games – fixtures the fans and their new boss will be hoping to achieve maximum points from ahead of a busy festive period. The match got off to a far from ideal start for Ljungberg, as Teemu Pukki fired Norwich in front with a 21st-minute effort that took a big deflection off Shkodran Mustafi.Arsenal quickly had a chance to level the scoreline when Zimmermann was penalized for handball and the Gunners were awarded a penalty.Tim Krul saved Aubameyang’s initial spot-kick, but the Arsenal skipper made no mistake after VAR intervened to order a retake for encroachment.But the Canaries retook the lead in first-half stoppage time. Source: Talk Sportslast_img read more

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Deadly Asian “Murder Hornets” are Here

first_imgLook up in the sky, is it a bird or a plane, no it’s a gigantic Asian hornet that can fly up to 20-miles per hour, rip the heads off of honeybees and even eat meat.So-called “Murder Hornets” from Asia have now reported in the U-S for the first time. The large, invasive insects grow up to 2-inches in length and pose a big threat to the country’s already-declining honeybee population. The massive insects been spotted in Washington State and are stirring fears for honeybees and humans.Multiple stings can even be fatal to some humans. The hornet’s venom is deadly and its stinger is long enough to puncture a beekeeping suit. In Japan, the hornets kill up to 50 people a year. Now, for the first time, they have arrived in the United States.U.S. Farmers depend on honeybees to pollinate many crops such as apples, blueberries and cherries. Asian giant hornets can use mandibles shaped like spiked shark fins to wipe out a honeybee hive in a matter of hours, decapitating the bees and flying away with the bee bodies to feed their young. The State Department of Agriculture will start trying to trap for queens this Spring. Queens that can grow to two inches long.last_img read more

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