Worldwide Nucleic Acid Amplification Detection and Diagnostics Industry to 2027 – Rising Prevalence of…

first_img Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Local NewsBusiness Twitter Previous articleSingapore Health Sciences Authority (HSA) Approves Interim Authorization of COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna For UseNext articleUber Eats Launches Eat Local: A Renewed Commitment to US Local Merchants Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– The “Nucleic Acid Amplification Detection and Diagnostics Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Nucleic Acid; Process; Product Type, Direct Nucleic Acid Detection, Next Generation Sequencing; Application; End User, and Geography” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. According to this report the global nucleic acid amplification, detection, and diagnostics market is expected to reach US$ 38,162.68 million by 2027 from US$ 14,014.59 million in 2019. The market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 13.4% from 2020 to 2027. The report highlights trends prevailing in the global nucleic acid amplification, detection, and diagnostics market and the factors driving market along with those that act as hindrances. Based on nucleic acid, the global nucleic acid amplification, detection, and diagnostics market is segmented into deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA). In 2019, the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) segment held the largest share of the market; also, the same segment is estimated to register the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast period. Factors such as rising adoption of DNA detection and amplification for disease diagnosis are estimated to contribute to the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) segment growth. The growth of the nucleic acid amplification, detection, and diagnostics market is attributed to the factors such as increasing prevalence of chronic conditions and increasing demand for accurate and modern diagnostic measures. However, lack of expertise and inadequate infrastructure in emerging countries is likely to restraint the growth of the market during the forecast period. The emergence of Coronavirus is expected to have positive impact on the market growth. As nucleic acid related diagnostic technologies offer superior outcomes, majority of the market players are focusing on the product development equipped with nucleic acid tests. However, implementation of physical distancing policies and total shut down of businesses in order to prevent the viral infection disrupted the supply chain operations, which deterred the market growth by certain extent. Reasons to Buy:Save and reduce time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the growth, size, leading players and segments in the nucleic acid amplification, detection, and diagnostics market.Highlights key business priorities in order to assist companies to realign their business strategies.The key findings and recommendations highlight crucial progressive industry trends in the global nucleic acid amplification, detection, and diagnostics market, thereby allowing players across the value chain to develop effective long-term strategies.Develop/modify business expansion plans by using substantial growth offering developed and emerging markets.Scrutinize in-depth global market trends and outlook coupled with the factors driving the market, as well as those hindering it.Enhance the decision-making process by understanding the strategies that underpin security interest with respect to client products, segmentation, pricing and distribution. Market Dynamics DriversIncreasing Demand for Accurate and Modern Diagnostic MeasuresRising Prevalence of Chronic Conditions and Infectious Diseases RestraintsLack of Expertise and Inadequate Infrastructure in Emerging Countries OpportunitiesGrowing Investments for the Development of New Biotechnological Diagnostic Technologies Future TrendsAutomations in Nucleic Acid Amplification and Detection Companies MentionedBDbioMerieux SABIO-RAD LABORATORIES INC.THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC INC.Illumina, Inc.DanaherQIAGENAbbottMeridian Bioscience, Inc.F. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE LTD. For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/km9dv3 View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005604/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: BIOTECHNOLOGY INFECTIOUS DISEASES HEALTH GENETICS MANAGED CARE SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 09:28 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 09:28 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005604/encenter_img Worldwide Nucleic Acid Amplification Detection and Diagnostics Industry to 2027 – Rising Prevalence of Chronic Conditions and Infectious Diseases Is Driving Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com Twitter Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp TAGS  last_img read more

Wisconsin police officer in string of fatal shootings will not be charged in killing of teen; firing recommended

first_imgKali9/iStockBy KARMA ALLEN, ABC News(MILWAUKEE) — Protesters took to the streets in Wisconsin on Wednesday after the Milwaukee County district attorney announced he would not press charges against the police officer who fatally shot a Black teenager outside of a mall earlier this year.Alvin Cole, 17, was fatally shot by Wauwatosa Officer Joseph Mensah on Feb. 2, the third fatal shooting by Mensah in the past five years, Milwaukee ABC affiliate WISN reported. The prior shootings were ruled justified, but local civil rights activists have advocated for the officer’s firing.Despite not pressing charges, the report did call for Mensah’s firing by the police department.Wauwatosa Mayor Dennis McBride issued a statement immediately after the announcement and urged residents to remain calm after crowds gathered near the Milwaukee County Courthouse.“Given recent events in Kenosha, Louisville, and other cities around the country, it should be clear that we all must do everything we can to keep our community peaceful. Violence is not the answer; it only impoverishes communities and brings more pain and despair,” McBride said in the statement.“I ask all people, regardless of their viewpoints, to remain peaceful and calm as we work our way through this difficult time,” he added. “We all must keep each other safe.”City officials implemented a 7 p.m. nightly curfew beginning Wednesday. Residents were asked to stay home and gas stations were ordered to close.Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers also mobilized the state’s National Guard to support in the hours leading up to the announcement in case of possible protest.He said his office approved a request from local authorities for assistance and mobilized troops this week in advance of the anticipated decision.“One of our core missions in the Wisconsin National Guard is to serve our fellow citizens and preserve public safety,” Maj. Gen. Paul Knapp, commander of the Wisconsin National Guard, said in a statement ahead of the decision. “Our Citizen Soldiers and Airmen live and work in the same communities all across Wisconsin, and we’re well-trained and prepared to assist our neighbors in any way we can.”Wauwatosa police said Cole fired a gun at officers before his death, but an attorney for Cole’s family denied those claims, citing video evidence and witness statements.Family members admitted that he had a gun, but said he never pointed it police.The decision not to press charges comes amid ongoing demonstrations around the country against police brutality in the wake of several officer-involved shooting deaths involving Black victims, many of them unarmed.The police shooting of Jacob Blake on Aug. 23 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, less than an hour south of Wauwatosa, triggered violent protests and calls for police reform. National Guard troops were also called in to Kenosha to deal with the demonstrations.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Sane seals €60m Bayern Munich move

first_imgHighly-rated forward, who had spent four seasons at the Etihad Stadium, has penned a five-year contract with the Bundesliga champions.Advertisement Loading… read also:Bayern Munich and Man City reach terms for Leroy Sane dealLeroy Sane has completed a move to Bayern Munich from Manchester City that could be worth up to €60 million (£55m/$67m). FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Valuelast_img read more

I will not fight in December- Clottey

first_imgFormer International Boxing Federation (IBF) Welterweight Champion Joshua Clottey has rubbished media reports that he has agreed to fight a Brazilian opponent in December.Clottey, has been inactive after his victory against Mundine last September and a fight which was on the cards to put him back on track also hit the wall after Canelo sustained an injury.Media reports say, Super Entertainment Boxing Promotions have agreed to stage a fight for the former IBF champion to keep him in shape ahead of any proposed world title.But speaking exclusively to sportscrusader.com, Joshua Clottey stated that the promoters misled the public by confirming that he has agreed to fight in December.“I have not agreed with any promoter to fight in Ghana, I think that they made a mistake as to who indeed will be fighting.“I got a call from the promoter in Australia and he apologized he said is Joshua Okine and not me so that is it, am not the one who will be fighting any Brazilian but Joshua Okine rather”.last_img read more

Black golf pioneer Powell dies

first_imgAN AMERICAN HERO—In this photo taken on June 16, 2008, Bill Powell is shown at his Clearview Golf Club in East Canton, Ohio. Bill Powell, the first African-American to build, own and operate a golf course, died Dec. 31, 2009. CANTON, Ohio (AP)—Bill Powell, the first African-American to build, own and operate a golf course, died Dec. 30, 2009. He was 93. The PGA of America said Powell died at Aultman Hospital in Canton following complications from a stroke. GOLF TRAILBLAZERS —In this undated photo, Bill Powell, left, and his daughter, Renee Powell, a former LPGA tour player, are shown at their Clearview Golf Club in East Canton, Ohio. In August, Powell received the PGA Distinguished Service Award, the association’s highest annual honor. In November, he was inducted into the Northern Ohio PGA Hall of Fame and honored as the Person of the Year by the Ohio Golf Course Owners Association.The Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce also recently presented the Powell family with its Community Salute Award.“My father made a mark,” said daughter Renee Powell, the second Black player to compete on the LPGA Tour. “And, I believe that God wanted people to know the mark that he made on this nation.”The grandson of Alabama slaves, Powell created Clearview Golf Club after returning home following World War II. While serving in Europe, he earned the rank of Technical Sergeant in the U.S. Eighth Air Force Truck Battalion.Powell worked 18-hour days to support his family and build Clearview. Denied a GI Loan, he found funding from two African- American physicians, and his brother took out a second mortgage on his home.Powell went on to carve Clearview out of former dairy farmland in 1946, clearing the land himself. In the process, Powell broke down racial barriers without fanfare by developing female and youth golf leagues.Clearview opened its initial nine holes in 1948. Powell eventually repaid his benefactors to gain full ownership, and nine more holes were completed in 1978. Clearview is on the National Register of Historic Places, and nicknamed “America’s Course.”“I didn’t build this course for any of the recognition,” Powell said in his 2000 autobiography, “Clearview: America’s Course.” “It was a labor of love. Golf is a part of society and I wanted to be included. I want you to be included, too. I’ve always felt that each individual should leave something behind of meaning. It feels good to know that I have done that with Clearview, at long last.”In 1992, the Powells were honored by the National Golf Foundation as the Jack Nicklaus Golf Family of the Year. That year, Powell was awarded the “Cornerstone of Freedom Award” from the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commission.Powell was inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame in 1996, and became a PGA Life Member in 1999. Powell also received honorary doctor of humane letters degrees from his alma mater, Wilberforce University, and from Baldwin-Wallace College.Powell also played a role in The First Tee, which has distributed more than 1,100 William J. Powell scholarships that allow youngsters to attend The First Tee Life Skills and Leadership Academies conducted on college campuses.Powell was preceded in death by wife, Marcella and son, William. In addition to his daughter, Renee, he’s survived by son, Larry, who has served for more than 30 years as superintendent at Clearview Golf Club, and twin sisters, Mary Alice Walker and Rose Marie Mathews. His funeral was Jan. 6 at United Methodist Church in Minerva, Ohio. “Bill Powell will forever be one of golf’s most unforgettable American heroes,” PGA of America President Jim Remy said. “Bill made us appreciate the game and each other that much more by his gentle, yet firm example.“He was born with a fire within his heart to build on his dream. In the process, he made golf a beacon for people of all color. The PGA of America is better today because of individuals like Bill Powell. We will miss him dearly. We extend our thoughts and prayers to his family as we remember a wonderful man.”last_img read more

Origin of Left-Handed Proteins Solved?

first_imgAs noted in prior entries here (09/06/2003, 11/19/2004) and in our online book, the origin of left-hand proteins is recognized as one of the most formidable challenges to naturalistic origin-of-life research.  Occasionally researchers develop lab techniques for getting slight excesses of one hand over the other.  Astrobiologists agree, however, that 100% purity in a protein chain is biologically useful (01/28/2005).  When they go looking on other planets, they usually regard pure one-handedness as foolproof evidence for life (07/13/2005).    This week in PNAS,1 two researchers at Columbia University published a short but striking paper that claimed they may have found a way the early earth separated the two types.  By twice wetting and evaporating one particular kind of amino acid, they were able to separate out the mixture almost completely because of differing solubilities of the two hands (enantiomers).  Their abstract was not without some understated glee about what this could mean:Solutions with as little as 1% enantiomeric excess (ee) of D- or L-phenylalanine are amplified to 90% ee (a 95/5 ratio) by two successive evaporations to precipitate the racemate [mixture].  Such a process on the prebiotic earth could lead to a mechanism by which meteoritic chiral {alpha}-alkyl amino acids could form solutions with high ee values that were needed for the beginning of biology.Since some of the amino acids found in meteorites arrive with a slight enantiomeric excess to begin with, they feel this simple evaporative mechanism might amplify the excess to the point where a pure one-handed solution could arise purely by chance and natural law.    Another problem remains, though.  A homochiral (one-handed) protein is of no use without a homochiral sugar to match with in the genetic code.  They referred to other researchers who have found possible ways this might have happened, though so far with only 10% success at best, and not under plausible prebiotic conditions.    Nevertheless, they feel they are on the way to finding how the chemical soup separated out these otherwise chemically identical molecules that only differ by their mirror-image configuration:We propose that such a process could occur and may have occurred under prebiotic conditions.  As a water solution of one of the meteoritic amino acids or of one of the products from it dried, there would be an increased enantiomeric concentration in the solution.  If that solution ran off from the solid racemate, or indeed if subsequent chemistry simply occurred in the solution, the modest ee’s from the meteoritic components or their subsequent products could be amplified in solution to start the processes leading to our observed homochiralities in life today….Breslow and Levine, “Amplification of enantiomeric concentrations under credible prebiotic conditions,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 10.1073/pnas.0605863103, published online before print August 22, 2006. 1These two apparently hoped their brief paper would start the herald angels of astrobiology sounding their trumpets.  Nothing really new, however, was shown, and the problems are still staggering.  Keeping in mind that molecules do not care anything about forming life, consider just a few of the problems:It only worked with the alpha-alkyl amino acids (so far, although they said they are testing other kinds).All the amino acid types would have to conspire to be left- or right-handed.  For the 20 different amino acids in living organisms, this is astronomically improbable.In realistic prebiotic conditions, nothing is going to prevent the next wave, meteorite or current from mixing the two hands all up again.The need for repeated evaporations severely limits the physical space where all required ingredients could form and process their blind, random walk through configuration space.This scenario rules out the deep-sea vent and open-ocean scenarios.  Champions of those views are undoubtedly going to find ways to shoot it down.Evaporative environments expose the amino acids to ultraviolet radiation that will destroy them all within a few hours anyway.There is still the problem of getting amino acids to link up into polypeptides.There is still the problem of getting a nascent polypeptide with a functional sequence.  Remember, only chance arrangements are permitted.One mis-handed amino acid in a growing chain will still render it useless for biology.  The chance for this happening, even if amino acids did link up somehow, grows with the length of the chain.Even if, under the most wildly improbable strokes of luck, a pure polypeptide formed, it would be the end of the line without a genetic code that is also homochiral and able to make backup copies.That’s just a first draft of the possible problems.  The fact remains that amino acids, enantiomeric excess or not, cannot care what happens.  Nobody is cheering them on.  Nobody will give them a gold medal if they purify themselves.  Molecules have no personality, except that, according to the Law of Perversity of Inanimate Objects, they love to frustrate chemistry students and astrobiologists.    It is a logical fallacy to assume evolution to demonstrate evolution.  You have to be realistic and put yourself at the edge of the primordial soup as a detached observer, unable to assist with your lab equipment and intelligent design.  The molecules are only going to obey the laws of mass action, valence bonding and thermodynamics.  It will be a long, boring, hopeless wait when you realize that you cannot interfere.    Despite the glee in the subtext of this short paper, there is nothing left but vanity and despair.  The mythical primordial soup did not have a Columbia chemistry lab with PhDs present to help.  Without guidance, molecules just bounce and stick in careless ways.  All these researchers did was illustrate again the power of intelligent design to overcome the innate tendencies of mindless 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CSK vs MI: Chennai face uphill task against Mumbai

first_imgHaving suffered two defeats in as many away games, defending champions Chennai Super Kings face an uphill task when they take on last year’s runners-up Mumbai Indians in a high-voltage Indian Premier League match in Mumbai on Friday.Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Super Kings have blown hot and cold this season. While they have defeated the opposition in their home venue, they have been tripped by an unknown Mumbaikar Paul Valthaty of Kings XI Punjab in Mohali and then by debutants Kochi Tuskers Kerala in their second away game.Dhoni and his band of warriors would be anxious to put it across Sachin Tendulkar’s Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium.Mumbai will be the favourites having made a storming start to their quest of clinching the T20 League crown, which they had missed narrowly in 2010.Both teams are aware of each other’s strengths and weaknesses as they retained most of their players from last year’s campaign.Chennai’s batting has come good in all four ties, although the rain interruption in Kochi two days ago had upset Dhoni’s calculations as the match got reduced to a 17- over affair midway through their innings. It’s the bowling, however, which is the major concern for the visitors.In three matches out of four, the Super Kings have crossed the 150- run mark. But even while defending 183 against Bangalore at home in their third game of the tournament, the Super Kings allowed their rivals to rattle up 162, a clear sign that the bowling has not been up to the mark.advertisementAgainst a team like Mumbai, with batting maestro Tendulkar in a sublime form and Ambati Rayudu, too, in red- hot touch, the Chennai bowlers need to step up their performance.One of the reasons for Chennai’s mixed display has been the indifferent form of allrounder Albie Morkel, who has not really done his job either with the bat or the ball. Morkel has scored just 33 runs in four matches and taken 3 for 121.With Australian Doug Bollinger back in the picture with his leftarm pace, the new ball attack has got some teeth. But it needs to be razor sharp against Tendulkar and company.The Super Kings’ strength is their batting but they would have to deal with the unorthodox delivery style of Lasith Malinga and on- the- dot accuracy of Munaf Patel. One of the key factors would be how openers – Murali Vijay and Michael Hussey – deal with Malinga’s swinging toe- crushers initially.Mumbai’s batting has clicked very well, barring the last game where the likes of Rohit Sharma made a heavy weather of chasing the modest target of 119 set by Pune Warriors, despite a fine platform laid through a half- century stand between Tendulkar and Rayudu.The bowling has been adequate, if not spectacular, with Malinga and Munaf Patel doing a good job along with Harbhajan Singh, who missed the previous clash due to an injury.A little worry perhaps would be the lack of sufficient time in the middle for the likes of Kieron Pollard and Andrew Symonds, who remained unbeaten after a short stay against Pune Warriors on Wednesday.-With PTI inputslast_img read more

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first_imgTrends, news and gray matter.Why don’t you? Read Eat. Delete: Nutritionist Pooja Makhija gives you a complete mind-body weight loss solution. Figure out not just what to eat, but also why you eat the way you do. Tackle the problem at the source and stay fit for life. Re-readThe Great,Trends, news and gray matter.Why don’t you?Read Eat. Delete: Nutritionist Pooja Makhija gives you a complete mind-body weight loss solution. Figure out not just what to eat, but also why you eat the way you do. Tackle the problem at the source and stay fit for life.Re-readThe Great Gatsby: The Big B will soon make his international debut in Baz Lurhmann’s film adaption of this classic. That makes it the perfect time to renew your ties with the Jazz Age in this Scott Fitzgerald masterpiece.WatchParadise: Love A provocative twist on the subject of sex tourism. This awardwinning film about middleaged women looking for sex in Africa follows a 50-year-old tourist whose search for love turns increasingly predatory.StopProcrastinating: It’s time to get down to finishing all the stuff you’ve been putting off for months. Join the gym, visit your gynae, finish that project and make that important phone call. Tommorow may be too late.Pill perfectSwiss scientists recently developed a hormone pill that boosts your motivation for exercise. The team found that when the brain hormone erythropoietin (EPO) was elevated in mice, it motivated them to run harder and faster. Besides helping you hit the gym more often, the pill might also hold a cure for those suffering from depression and even Alzheimers.Say it proudThere was much a-do after a female lawmaker in the US was barred from speaking in the statehouse, all because she said vagina while debating an antiabortion legislation. This has led to a heated debate over sexism in politics, with women everywhere slamming the Speaker for his alleged chauvinism. Lawmakers may want to lend an ear to feminist Eve Ensler, who has famously explained that the word is not shameful and using it as part of regular conversation is like referring to your elbow as an elbow. To shy away from using vagina and substituting it with vague euphemisms means succumbing to a longstanding system of subjugating womens sexuality. Not convinced? Get your hands on a copy of Enslers play The Vagina Monologues and shed your inhibitions about your anatomy.advertisementMore than a feelingWe always had a gut feeling about this and now it’s official. Scientists at the University College Cork in Ireland have discovered that brain levels of serotonin, the happiness hormone, are regulated by the amount of bugs in your gut during the early years. So it wasn’t chocolates after all.If you have five minutes: check out Kimbra’s debut album Vows. Talented and original, she’s being touted as the next big thing in pop.-Sharla BazlielThe people treeWhen Trisha Thompson, 51, vice president, CSR at Dell Inc., first invited members of the company to join the sustainability council, she wasn’t sure how many would turn up. “It was like throwing a party and wondering if youre popular enough. But they came and were eager to have a conversation,” she says. In her two years as vice president, Thompson has pieced together an effective mechanism where different sectors of Dell can meet to tackle issues of sustainable development together. “CSR as a function needs to be integrated into the working of a company. My biggest challenge was to send out a uniform message to our customers about how we could help them lead better, more sustainable lives,” she says. A former lawyer, Thompson grew up across the United States and now lives in Texas. She was in Delhi to speak at the third Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network conference, held between June17-19. Thompson,who also co-founded a women’s networking group, WISE, adds, “Women need to find alternate networks and tap into them aggressively.”Cracked upA recent study by linguistics expert Judith Baxter has shown that more than 80 per cent of quips made by women in the boardroom are met with silence. The study further reveals that 70 per cent of these jokes are based on selfdeprecating humour, as women would rather laugh at themselves than crack jokes about others, and be perceived as “contrived, defensive or mean.” Male bosses on the other hand use humour as a team building exercise with a 90 per cent success rate. Baxter advises women to try a “light, teasing banter” with colleagues to overcome their awkwardness. Don’t look to Liz Lemon for inspiration.Sorority talesMargaret Thatcher, Miranda Priestly and our very own Mamata Di are what you might call Queen Bees. A term made popular in the 70s, Queen Bee Syndrome is a colloquialism for a vindictive female boss. But a recent study conducted by the non-profit organisation Catalyst calls it more a myth than reality. In a report titled High Potentials in the Pipeline: Leaders Pay it Forward, the Queen Bee myth is debunked with findings that show that 65 per cent of women who have received mentoring themselves are developing others even more than men. Not only are women helping their juniours climb the corporate ladder, they often actively fight for their female protege’s career advancement.advertisementWhat’s hotBeing a sports buffWith the Euro well on its way and the Olympics just round the corner, sporty is the new sexy.Social consciousnessA bleeding heart narrative has become the nation’s favourite morning show. The sadder, the better.What’s notTanking economy No reforms, no imrovement. What’s next Dr Singh? Elections?Sunny LeonePornstar to starlet may be a long road but we neednt be posted at every turn.If you have a minute: Log on to www.videobash.com to tickle your funny bone and predict which hilarious video is next in line to become a viral hit.-Olina Banerji and Aayushi Sinhalast_img read more

Ramos tackle like wrestling – Klopp

first_imgJürgen Klopp It was like wrestling – Klopp unhappy with Ramos challenge on Salah Dejan Kalinic Last updated 1 year ago 12:20 5/27/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(7) Jürgen Klopp Mohamed Salah Sergio Ramos Real Madrid v Liverpool Real Madrid Liverpool UEFA Champions League Videos African All Stars The Real Madrid defender’s challenge that injured Mohamed Salah was similar to wrestling, according to the Liverpool manager Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp compared Sergio Ramos’ challenge on Mohamed Salah that injured the star attacker in the Champions League final to wrestling.Salah came off in tears half an hour into Liverpool’s 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in Kiev on Saturday after hurting his shoulder under a challenge from Ramos, who later wished the Egypt international a speedy recovery.Klopp was unhappy with the tangle, which the Egyptian Football Association said had left Salah with ligament damage in his shoulder. Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now “Congratulations to Real Madrid, [it’s] not to forget they won the Champions League. Of course it was a big moment in the game,” the German told a news conference.”I know if you say something like that after a game you lost, it sounds like you are a little bit a bad loser but it was, for me, kind of a harsh challenge.”It’s like wrestling a little bit and it’s unlucky then that Mo fell on his shoulder.”Liverpool had made a bright start to the encounter, but Madrid took over after Salah came off, with Gareth Bale’s brace – after Sadio Mane had cancelled out Karim Benzema’s opener – the difference.Klopp acknowledged the Egypt international’s injury had allowed Madrid to take control, while he lamented the way his team conceded as goalkeeper Loris Karius endured a nightmare outing.”The shock of the boys was obvious, we dropped a little bit deep and Real tried to use that for positive momentum, until we settled a little bit,” he said.”It was quite difficult but 0-0 at half-time, we could adjust a few things – defending half-spaces, which we did before that really well, and then playing more football.”And then the other decisive moments were the goals; they were quite strange, that’s how it is.”We all know the result is 3-1 Real Madrid and that’s why we are not in the best mood obviously.”last_img read more

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