Li and U Thein stands for cooperation

29 06 2014

 

China and Myanmar has vow to co-operate in trade, energy and infrastructure as per the agreement reached between the two countries.Cooperation agreement reached between the two countries on visit of President of Myanmar state visit from 27 June to 30 June at the invitation of Chinese premier.
Furthe Li said China will work to build economy corridor with relevant countries China, Bangladesh Myanmar,,India to strengthen economic. trade under One belt One road.Silk route of ages is new reality.
Silk road Economic belt Are the concept put forth by Chinese President.





Saina Nehwal wins Australian Super Series

29 06 2014

Saina Nehwal wins Australian Super Series
Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal produced a dominating performance to lift her second title of the season, winning the USD 750,000 Star Australian Super Series after beating Spain’s Carolina Marin in the summit clash in Sydney on Sunday.

The sixth seeded Indian, who had won the India Open Grand Prix Gold earlier this year, prevailed 21-18 21-11 in a 43-minute contest which left her richer by USD 56,000.

The 24-year-old Saina, who enjoyed a 1-0 head-to-head record against Marin going into Sunday’s match, logged the first point and displayed some deft net play against her rival, stroking in some delectably timed volleys to take a 5-2 lead in the opening game.

But the 21-year-old Marin was not the one to give up easily and showed just why she is considered one of the most feisty players on the circuit.

She narrowed the gap to 6-8 but seemed distinctly out of her comfort zone every time Saina dragged her towards the net.

Also, Marin didn’t help her cause by committing a service error to gift an easy point to Saina, who went into the interval leading 11-7 after an intriguing rally which ended with the Spaniard smashing the shuttle wide.

Marin raised her game and the decibel levels after the break but Saina was quick to counter-attack and returned her rival’s attempted smashes with quiet intensity.

In between, Marin played some fine strokes but they never came consistently enough as Saina made it 17-12.

Marin’s dogged determination was there to be seen in every point she played for but that alone was never going to be enough to upstage a composed Saina.

The Indian, who didn’t seem affected at all by Marin’s aggressive outpouring of emotions after every claimed point, sealed the opening game 21-18 after her world number 11 rival smashed one into the net 23 minutes into the match.

In the second game, Marin’s determination helped her take a 3-1 lead to start with but it was not too long before Saina came back into the fray, this time on the back of some well-placed strokes from the baseline.

Perhaps taking a cue from Marin, Saina too let some emotion show as she clenched her fist and shouted ‘come on’ after every clinched point.

But one of her screams came about in the middle of a rally, prompting Marin to complain to the chair umpire, who merely asked her to continue.

The distraction didn’t do any good to Marin as Saina raced to a 11-4 lead against the Spaniard, who looked to be in disarray.

After the interval, Saina kept up the pressure, regularly inducing errors from Marin, who struggled to maintain the intensity she displayed in the opening game.

Dominating the proceedings, Saina produced some of her trademark smashes to further demoralise her rival, whose shoulders had dropped by that stage.

But there was to be some moments of drama before the win came about. Leading 19-9, Saina challenged a line call that went against her but replays showed that the shuttle had in fact landed wide.

The Indian made another mistake while playing the very next point as she buried an attempted smash into the net.

But Saina made amends quite quickly and clinched the title after Marin lobbed a shuttle wide.





Colombia beat Uruguay 2-0

29 06 2014

Uruguay proud despite Colombia defeat

 

Colombia beat Uruguay 2-0 at the Maracana

FIFA WC: Colombia beat Uruguay 2-0 to reach quarterfinals for 1st time
James Rodriguez hero of Colombia beat Uruguay 2-0 at the Maracana on Saturday to reach the World Cup.This is first quarter-finals for Colombia where they will face Brazil. Rodriguez broke the deadlock shortly before the half hour with a breath-taking strike, chesting the ball down and volleying home from 25 yards. The 22-year-old Monaco playmaker added a second early in the second half, sending him to the top of the scorers chart with five goals and confirming his emergence as one of the players of the tournament.

His goals took Colombia into the quarter-finals for the first time, meaning the northern Brazilian city of Fortaleza will turn completely yellow when Jose Pekerman’s side play the hosts on July 4.

Uruguay’s fans sported Suarez masks and brandished banners in support of their wayward star, who flew home to Montevideo on Friday, while his shirt was hung up in the Uruguay changing room.
Rodriguez top scorer of the World Cup scoring charts on five goals and many of Europe´s biggest clubs are looking to sign emerging star. First goal of the tournament as he took the ball down on his chest with his back to goal, make move hitting to goal post. Second was a simple tap in after Juan Cuadrado headed Pablo Armero´s deep cross back into the danger zone.

Colombia will next play Brazil in Fortaleza on Friday in the last eight





Brazil plays Chile Lose in penality shoots

29 06 2014

 

Brazil through as Chile pay the penalty

 

Brazil have squeezed through to the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup™ on penalties after a tense, thrilling 1-1 draw with Chile at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte. Gonzalo Jara hit the post with the decisive kick, while Julio Cesar saved two, to give Brazil a 3-2 win in the shootout and send the valiant Chileans home.

Chile had only made it this far at the World Cup on three previous occasions and, having been beaten by Brazil on each of those, knew that the odds and omens were heavily stacked against them. The early stages of the match suggested that this one, too, would closely follow that historical pattern, with Marcelo snatching on an early half-cleared corner to curl in a powerful left-foot shot that flashed just wide of the left-hand post.

It was a signal of intent from the hosts and, after seeing penalty appeals turned down at both ends, the Mineirao crowd were able to cheer a Seleção opener after 18 minutes. Neymar was its architect, curling in an inswinging corner from the left that was bundled home from close range by David Luiz – with a little help from Jara – after Thiago Silva had won the initial near-post header.

Brazil were in the ascendancy and, with the fans buoyant, Neymar almost doubled their lead on 26 minutes, outpacing Gary Medel on a surge into the box only to drag his left-foot shot wide of the far post. All that positive work was soon to be undone, though, with Chile levelling six minutes later due to a moment of defensive slackness.

Hulk and Marcelo were the guilty parties, with their poorly executed throw-in routine near the byline allowing Eduardo Vargas to steal in and square for Alexis Sanchez. Unmarked and scarcely able to believe his luck, the Barcelona winger had time and space to pick his spot and duly measured a low-right foot shot into the far corner of the net from 12 yards.

Moments of hesitancy at the back continued to plague Luiz Felipe Scolari’s side, but they remained the game’s most positive attacking force and came close to re-establishing their lead on three more occasions prior to the break. First, after good play down the right by Dani Alves and Oscar, Neymar saw his goal-bound header deflected wide, then Fred shot over from close range and a 30-yard Alves effort forced a fine tip-over from Claudio Bravo.

The Seleção fans continued to roar their heroes forward, but while they were cheering again nine minutes into the second half, Hulk’s effort was ruled out for use of the arm in the build-up to him scuffing the ball home. At the other end, Brazil were indebted to goalkeeper Cesar for a wonderful reflex save, somehow diverting behind a Charles Aranguiz effort that seemed destined for the back of the net.

Chile continued to make life difficult for their hosts and opportunities began to dry up, with Bravo saving well from Neymar and Hulk on the occasions when they did break through. Extra time was therefore called upon to settle the outcome, but after Bravo again denied Hulk and substitute Mauricio Pinilla struck the bar, the stalemate remained.

That left penalties to decide this enthralling contest, and even that was impossible to predict, with Jara ultimately the fall guy after Luiz, Marcelo and Neymar had all found the net for Brazil.

David  Luiz put Brazil ahead by putting the Goal  onto ball from corner from Neymer at eighteen minutes of the game.

Sanchez does equalizer for Chile.

half time both team scoring each goal are in state of stalemate.

Both team playing with great energy and the skill of team shall help team to gain.

Brazilian Hulk get yellow card as ball touches his ball which gets in goal post.

Both Brazil and Chile quick to get possession of the ball making it speedy action oriented game a treat to watch players clashing and colliding.

Stalemate continues in second half and further thirty nib uses game  extended but the two teams played wonderful  game and could not get to the result favoring either  of the two in extended 30minutes.

PenAlity shoots to get the results  began.

David score first goal  for Brazil in penaLity kick shot.

Second turn of Chile goalless.

Brazil missed third chance.

Chile Sanchuz  unable as goalkeeper saves..

Brazil score gaol.

Chile  score the gaol.

Bra2chi1

Brazil unable to score.

Chiles score gaol.

Brazil Neymer score.  goal.

Chilegoaless.

Brazil won by penaLity shoot out and moves in quarter finals. Brazil three penaLity to Chile two penaLity shoots gave Brazil win.

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