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UEFA Champions League: Keylor Navas The Hero As Real Madrid Draw 2-2 With PSG Despite Having Over 26 Goal Attempts

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Late goals from Sarabia and Kylian Mbappe was all that was needed by PSG to avoid a defeat by Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League heavyweight clash on Tuesday night.

Karim Benzema scored an early goal for Madrid in the 17th minute, and for much of the game, Real Madrid dominated the midfield and tested PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas with multiple attempts at goal.

UEFA Champions League: Keylor Navas the hero as Real Madrid draw 2-2 with PSG despite having over 26 goal attempts

In the second half, VAR had to be put to the test after it seemed goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois fouled a PSG player. But after multiple consultations with the Video Assistant Referee, the Referee rescinded the Red card handed to Thibaut Courtois and canceled the 1-1 awarded in favour of PSG.

UEFA Champions League: Keylor Navas the hero as Real Madrid draw 2-2 with PSG despite having over 26 goal attempts

Real Madrid scored again through Benzema after multiple saves by Navas in the second half, and it seemed like a confirmed win for Zinedine Zidane’s men who had to start the second half against a more determined PSG team with Neymar back in the second half line up.

With the scores at 2-0, Kylian Mbappe pulled one back before Pablo Sarabia lashed in a late equalizer.

A Gareth Bale last-minute free-kick hit the back of the net in Real Madrid vs PSG extraordinary 2-2 draw and Real Madrid with up to 30 attempts at goal, will feel like the result didn’t reflect the true state of the match.

UEFA Champions League: Keylor Navas the hero as Real Madrid draw 2-2 with PSG despite having over 26 goal attempts

UEFA Champions League: Keylor Navas the hero as Real Madrid draw 2-2 with PSG despite having over 26 goal attempts

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Accra-Kumasi Road Travelers Share Experience About The Reckless Driving By Some Drivers

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There has been a rampant increase in accident cases on the Accra-Kumasi road recently.

A fatal one of them happened few days ago on 25th February 2021, which caused almost twenty passengers to lose their lives.

As a result, travelers who mostly use the single carriageway from Accra-Kumasi calls on the government to put in place some measures to reduce or better still cease the rise of accidents on the road.

According to them, the main causes of the accidents is the road being single and also the reckless driving of some drivers most especially the VIP drivers.

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The above picture taken by a traveller showing a careless overtaken by two VIP buses is a clear example.

Therefore, they demand a dual carriageway on the Accra-Kumasi road and ask drivers to undergo an intensive training before driving on the road.

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I’m Going To Make Sure Some Individuals At The Ministry Of Sports Go To Jail” : Isaac Dogboe

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Isaac Dogboe, British-Ghanaian boxer has sent a serious threat to individuals at the Ministry of Sports.

In a tweet, he vowed that he’ll make sure some workers at the Sports Ministry go to jail.

To show how serious he is, he asked his followers to mark his threat on the wall.

We don’t know who might have touched the tail of the ‘NEHO’ man. But he’s sure pissed.

In a tweet, he wrote: “I’m going to make sure some individuals at the Ministry of Sports Go to Jail. Mark It On The Wall!!!”

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Notorious Armed-Robber Dracula Sentenced To 63 Years Imprisonment For Robbery

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The woes of convicted gangster, Prince Adu, who was caged for a total of 39 years by the Ho Circuit Court for two robberies he committed in Ho was aggravated yesterday when the court slammed him with an additional 24 years for a similar offence.

With the new sentence to run consecutively to the earlier convictions, Adu, 27, will now spend 63 years behind bars.

He pleaded guilty while his alleged accomplice, Prosper Adegbe, 32, pleaded not guilty.

Presenting the facts, Chief Inspector Stephen Atidzon told the court presided over by Mr Felix Datsomor that this time Adu, also known as Dracula; and Adegbe, 32, an apprentice steel bender in Ho on January 31, this year robbed a man who was returning from church of his motorcycle at gun point.

The prosecution said that the incident took place at the Ho Nurses Training College junction at about 11:30 pm.

The court heard that the rider managed to avoid a Toyota Corolla salon car with no registration at the junction, but the occupants of the car who included Adu and Adegbe, trailed the bike and crossed it with their car and forced the rider to stop.

The accused persons then pulled the complainant off the bike and subjected him to severe beatings amid gunshots, the court was further told.

Adu, the prosecution said, then collected the bike from the rider and his cellular phone, after which Adegbe helped to sell the motorcycle to a witness in the case for GHC900.

Thereafter, Adu gave Adegbe GHC100 of the proceeds, said the prosecution.

The accused persons were later arrested after intelligence reports gathered by the police, the court was told.

The prosecution said that after their arrest, Adegbe led the police to retrieve the motorcycle from the witness, in the Vakpo Area, near Kpando.

In their caution statements, Adu admitted the offence, while Adegbe admitted helping Adu to sell the motorcycle.

Adegbe was remanded in police custody to appear before the court again on March 12.

The court said that Adu, by his conduct deserved to be taken out of society for a long time.

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