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The Black Curse: D-Black Shares PHOTO OF Him & Lionel Messi As They Get Kicked Out Of Champions League

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Accra, Ghana – Liverpool FC produced one of the greatest Champions League comebacks in history by overturning a three-goal first leg defeat to beat Barcelona 4-3 on aggregate to reach the final.

Meanwhile, Ghanaian rapper D-Black cum BET nominee shared a photo of him and Lionel Messi before the match asking the world star how many goals he will be scoring.

Could this be a Black Curse just as Drake did to Man Utd Player Paul Pogba and PSG defender Kurzawa?

See the photo below.

Recap of the match:
After Barcelona won the first leg 3-0 at the Nou Camp, few gave Liverpool a chance of scoring the goals they needed to progress, let alone preventing the La Liga champions from scoring themselves.

But an early strike from Divock Origi, who tapped in after Marc-Andre ter Stegen failed to hold Jordan Henderson’s shot, gave the vociferous Anfield crowd the belief that another European fightback from the Reds could be on the cards.

Liverpool pressed against a lacklustre Barcelona, who struggled to get Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi involved, but the visitors managed to keep the deficit to 1-0 at half-time and leave the hosts with seemingly too much to do in the second half.

However, Georginio Wijnaldum, on as a substitute for the injured Andy Robertson, made it 2-0 with a low drive nine minutes after the break before the midfielder almost immediately made it 3-0 on the night and 3-3 on aggregate with a superb header.

And Origi, starting the game because of injuries to Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, completed a remarkable victory for Liverpool when he swept Trent Alexander-Arnold’s low corner into the back of the net late on.

The win means Liverpool are into the Champions League final for a second successive year and they will play either Ajax or Tottenham in Madrid on 1 June.

It was deja vu for Barcelona, who were beaten 3-0 in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final with Roma last year to exit the competition on the away goals rule, having won the first leg 4-1.

But for Liverpool it was another memorable European comeback that ranks alongside their victory against AC Milan in the 2005 final and their 4-3 win against Borussia Dortmund at Anfield three years ago.

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‘All Our ICGC Branches Still Remain Closed’ : Dr. Mensa Otabil Announces

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Despite President Nana Addo’s announcement that Churches can now operate, the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), has announced that it will remain closed despite government’s decision to ease coronavirus restrictions and allow religious bodies to operate.

A statement released on Tuesday by the church said that “all ICGC local assemblies will continue to fellowship together on-air and on-line as we join the General Overseer on Sundays for services, as we do now.”

The statement signed by the General Secretary, Rev. Morris Appiah said, the “church will use the month of June to assess, monitor and evaluate all protocols in simulation exercises with selected local assemblies in various districts.”

Here is the Full Press release.

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Mohammed Salah Looked Up To Me : Eric Bekoe

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Former Asante Kotoko striker, Eric Bekoe, claims Liverpool Star Mohammed Salah always looked up to him during his playing days in Egypt.

Bekoe, 34, played for Egyptian side Petrojet between 2009 and 2012, after ending his spells with Asante Kotoko.

At the time, 18-year-old Salah was with the youth side of Al Mokawloon. The Egyptian has since gone on to become global icon.

Bekoe, who is regarded as one of the best striker to have ever played for Asante Kotoko, reveals he played a role in inspiring a young Salah.

“I was a big player in Egypt. Mohamed Salah and other young Egyptian players wanted to be like,” Bekoe told Kumasi-based Nhyira FM.

“Oh yeah.

“…..Mohammed Salah of Liverpool picked me as his role model. During my days at FC Petrojet, Salah was young boy playing for the youth side of Al Mokawloon who trained with Petrojet.

“Salah was a left-winger who wanted to score more goals because he is clinical upfront. He sometimes cried because his efforts on wings doesn’t result in goals.

“One of their coaches pushed him forward which helped his progression before leaving Egypt for FC Basel”

Eric Bekoe netted 65 goals in almost eighty gamed he featured for Egyptian club FC Petrojet before leaving in 2012.

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#BlackOutTuesday: Social Media Goes Dark In Solidarity Of Black Lives Matter Amidst Protest Of George Floyd’s Death

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George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died after police violently arrested him on 25th May. During the process, one white officer, Derek Chauvin, who has now been arrested and charged for murder, knelt on his neck to weaken him. According to a BBC report, the encounter filmed by worried onlookers, lasted a little over 8 minutes and 6 minutes into it, George became non responsive after begging for breath. He was confirmed dead later.

George’s arrest came after a shop attendant called 911 to report him for buying cigarettes with counterfeit $20 bill with claims that he refused to return the cigarettes after query.

Floyd’s death has sparked global outrage that seen looting at shops and pandemonium across the U.S, as it is believed that George’s killing was racially motivated just as other African-Americans have been killed by the cops.

As such, social media goes dark in protest that Black Lives Matter, a campaign that KUBILIVE supports.

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