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Yesterday’s News

Alfredo Morelos equals Rangers record with 21st European goal in Lech Poznan win

The Colombian netted the only goal of the game at Ibrox after coming on as a second-half substitute.

From The42 Jamie Vardy scores from the spot as Leicester win in Athens Spot On

Jamie Vardy scores from the spot as Leicester win in Athens

The Foxes remain joint top of Group G in the Europa League.

Tottenham beaten by Royal Antwerp despite half-time overhaul

Lior Refaelov’s 29th-minute strike deservedly earned the Belgian side a Europa League victory.

From The42 Mohamed Elyounossi brace not enough as Celtic held to draw by Lille The Hoops

Mohamed Elyounossi brace not enough as Celtic held to draw by Lille

Hoops keeper Scott Bain also saved a penalty.

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From The42 Two-time Grand Slam winner and Lions legend JJ Williams dies aged 72 Welsh Wizard

Two-time Grand Slam winner and Lions legend JJ Williams dies aged 72

The Llanelli icon was described as ‘a man who inspired a generation’ as the tributes poured in for one of the finest finishers rugby has ever seen.

From The42 Super-sub union as Solskjaer hails high-flying Rashford after stunning hat-trick Red DEvils

Super-sub union as Solskjaer hails high-flying Rashford after stunning hat-trick

Manchester United enjoyed a thumping 5-0 win over RB Leipzig last night.

From The42 Man United's recent signing Alex Telles tests positive for Covid-19 Asymptomatic

Man United's recent signing Alex Telles tests positive for Covid-19

The deadline-day signing from Porto impressed in his debut for the Red Devils at Paris St Germain last week.

Cannon & Ball star Bobby Ball dies at 76 after testing positive for Covid-19

The star was admitted to hospital with breathing problems.

Taiwan marks 200 days without domestically transmitted coronavirus case

A domestic case was last reported on April 12.

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Man electrocuted in US by downed power line after Hurricane Zeta strikes

Zeta had top sustained winds of 110mph as a Category 2 hurricane at landfall.

Donald Trump says election is choice between 'super-recovery' and 'Biden depression'

The pair will both head to Florida today as they attempt to chase votes in the state.

Wednesday 28 October, 2020

Manchester United modify Old Trafford to host 23,500 socially-distant fans

The stadium is ready to safely hold a limited number of fans when stadiums reopen.

From The42 England players could miss out on Lions selection if not released for Japan warm-up Test - Gatland Not Happy

England players could miss out on Lions selection if not released for Japan warm-up Test - Gatland

The Lions head coach has urged Premiership Rugby to remove its block on players.

UK police could break up Covid rule-breakers’ Christmas dinners, warns commissioner

David Jamieson also spoke of his fears of a ‘time bomb’ of civil unrest.

From The42 'When you start out you hope to just get one' - Irish jockey Murphy on reaching 1,000 UK winners Milestone

'When you start out you hope to just get one' - Irish jockey Murphy on reaching 1,000 UK winners

The 25-year-old had cause for celebration at Southwell yesterday.

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Louisiana prepares for life-threatening storm surge as Zeta regains hurricane strength

Zeta broke the record for the earliest 27th named Atlantic storm – set on November 29 2005.

Poles join nationwide strike over abortion ruling

The ruling would deny legal abortions to women even in cases where a child is sure to die upon birth.

Melania Trump criticises Biden and Democrats in first solo campaign stop

The First Lady defended Donald Trump’s record on Covid-19.

Qatar issues apology after examinations of women passengers

Human rights activists describe such examinations conducted under duress as equivalent to sexual assault.

Family of police shooting victim were seeking help for mental health crisis

The two officers each fired at least seven rounds – at least 14 total shots – at Mr Wallace.

Tuesday 27 October, 2020

From The42 Man City take charge of group as they sweep aside Villas-Boas' Marseille Stroll

Man City take charge of group as they sweep aside Villas-Boas' Marseille

Ferran Torres struck in the first half before further goals from Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling after the break wrapped up a convincing victory.

Protests flare in Philadelphia after police kill black man

A man named as 27-year-old Walter Wallace died after a confrontation with officers yesterday.

Public health officials ‘not anticipating’ advising Government to keep schools shut

There have been five further deaths related to Covid-19 and an additional 720 confirmed cases in Ireland.

From The42 World champion sprinter Coleman hit with two-year doping ban Order

World champion sprinter Coleman hit with two-year doping ban

The American is set to miss next year’s Olympics.

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Two children among four dead after migrant boat sinks off French coast

It is believed to be the single biggest loss of life during the current migrant crisis.

Robshaw and Barbarian team-mates will not face police investigation following Covid-19 breach

Footage emerged on social media over the weekend showing a group of players breaking the protocols.

Boris Johnson faces Tory demands for ‘road map’ out of lockdown in northern England

The number of deaths involving Covid-19 registered in England and Wales has risen for the sixth week in a row.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon blasts the media over 'shocking' abuse of Shane Duffy

The Ireland defender has come in for criticism for his recent performances for the Scottish champions.

UK Labour calls for public inquiry into murder of Pat Finucane

The solicitor was shot by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his family in Belfast in 1989 amid claims of collusion with state security forces.

Vampire bats in Central America socially distance when they are sick, study suggests

The animals that were ill spent less time near other bats, researchers found.

Biden and Harris head for Republican strongholds as they try to sway voters a week before the election

Trump is staying focused on the so-called “blue wall” states that he flipped in 2016: Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Rams hand Bears second defeat of NFL season in defensive battle

Los Angeles ran out 24-10 winners overnight.

Thousands of Covid-19 deaths could be linked to air pollution – study

Researchers estimate that around 15% of coronavirus deaths worldwide could be attributed to long-term exposure to tiny particles of pollution.

Trump hails 'momentous day' as Amy Coney Barrett sworn in to the US Supreme Court

Democrats were unable to stop the confirmation of Trump’s third justice on the court.

Monday 26 October, 2020

From The42 Son Heung-min and Harry Kane combine again as Tottenham battle past Burnley Spur On

Son Heung-min and Harry Kane combine again as Tottenham battle past Burnley

Kane assisted Son’s 76th-minute winner at Turf Moor.

Karlan Grant rescues a point for West Brom at Brighton

An unfortunate own goal from West Brom’s Jake Livermore gave the home side a first-half lead.

Wales to review lockdown guidance after Tesco mixup over selling period products

Tesco earlier apologised after wrongly suggesting sanitary products were “non-essential” and could not be sold.

Dozens protest outside Áras an Uachtaráin over Mother and Baby Homes Bill

President Michael D Higgins yesterday signed the Bill into law.

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From The42 Klopp impressed with Liverpool response to being without Virgil van Dijk Talisman

Klopp impressed with Liverpool response to being without Virgil van Dijk

The central defender faces several months out due to a knee injury.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden enter final full week of campaigning

The president is expected to visit a dozen states as the clock ticks down to election day while Biden is also set to step up his campaign.

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