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Praxair India assists Usha Martin expansion with cryogenic air separator

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QPR youngsters make winning start

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Swindon sign Furlong from QPR on season-long loanQPR plan to approach Chery about new contractTransfer news and gossip – live updatesQPR face first away testThe Cardiff City v QPR quiz QPR’s new Under-23 side got their season off to a winning start, beating Barnsley 2-0.Both the visitors’ goals came in the first half, with Ryan Manning firing them ahead after being set up by Axel Prohouly and Dan Darbyshire’s deflected effort making it 2-0.AdChoices广告Former Millwall midfielder Eberechi Eze, 18, who recently joined the R’s, featured in the game.The Under-23 format has replaced the Under-21s as part of a nationwide change made this season.last_img read more

Chelsea youngsters comfortably beaten by strong Arsenal side

first_imgEmbed from Getty Images Chelsea’s Under-23s were beaten 4-1 by an Arsenal development side boasting plenty of first-team experience.In an entertaining game at London Colney, the Blues’ youngsters were no match for the Gunners, who included the likes of Danny Welbeck, Carl Jenkinson, Rob Holding, Emiliano Martinez and promising midfielders Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Jeff Reine-Adelaide.Holding – who played for Arsenal in Monday night’s FA Cup tie at Sutton – gave the home side the lead midway through the first half, nodding in from close range after a clever corner routine involving Maitland-Niles and Ben Sheaf.AdChoices广告The former Bolton centre-back then created the second, striding forward into Chelsea territory and feeding Donyell Malen, who took a touch before firing in a shot under the body of Blues keeper Jared Thompson.Malen could have had another goal when he was given too much space in the box but his side-footed effort was cleared off the line by Dujon Sterling.Chelsea had been restricted to half-chances in the first 45 minutes but were immediately on the front foot after the break, with Todd Kane mistiming a volley across goal and Mason Mount forcing a good save from Martinez.However, Reiss Nelson was more clinical at the other end, making it 3-0 when he got on the end of Malen’s low cross from the right.Chelsea did pull a goal back as Charly Musonda showed good feet in the Arsenal half before producing a save from Martinez, with Ike Ugbo netting the rebound.But the influential Malen continued to trouble the Blues defence and when he was hauled down in the box by Ruben Sammut, Welbeck converted the penalty.  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Brits Rush to Take out This £200k Life Insurance Policy from Just £10pm* x No Senior in Local Area Should Go Without This £49 Smartwatch x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x Remember Her? Take a Deep Breath Before You See What She Looks Like Now x Mom Has No Idea Why Vacation Photo Went Viral, then She Looks in the Background x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Little to choose between Springboks and Wales in second semi

first_imgTOKYO (Reuters) – With South Africa feeling they are close to perfecting their attritional game-plan and Wales having long ago decided that defence can be the best form of attack, tomorrow’s second World Cup semi-final will probably not bring many surprises. While Springbok physicality and pragmatism brought an end to Japan’s effervescent run through the tournament last weekend, Wales made a meal of struggling past a France side reduced to 14 men for half an hour.The South Africans will not find it as easy to beat up a Wales side that prides itself on its suffocating defence tomorrow and Warren Gatland’s side will probably believe they cannot perform so poorly for two weeks in a row.Both sides have lost fine running backs to injury in the shape of South Africa winger Cheslin Kolbe and Welsh fullback Liam Williams — only encouraging the suspicion that this might be a forward-dominated game for the rugby purist. A titanic battle at the set piece between two big and experienced packs, plenty of kicking from hand all over the park and big men from both teams trying smash their way over the gainline can be expected.The band of fleet-footed outside backs might struggle to find room to shine, especially on a Yokohama International Stadium pitch likely to be at the very least damp from the typhoon season rains.  Six Nations Grand Slam champions Wales, disregarding three defeats in warm-up matches, consider themselves unbeaten in “competitive” contests since February 2018 and have won four of their last five games against South Africa.All four wins have come in Cardiff at the close of South Africa’s season, however, and the Springboks will feel they won the one of the five that mattered most, the 2015 World Cup quarter-final. The clashes have mostly been won by one or two scores and the expectation is that it will again be a tight affair with South Africa flyhalf Handre Pollard believing a single kick will probably settle it.Motivation should never be a problem in a World Cup semi-final but both teams have had a sense of mission driving them at this tournament.The 2011 semi-final loss to France after Sam Warburton was sent off has haunted Wales ever since and there will be a determination from a battle-hardened squad to send Gatland off at the end of his 12 years of service with some sort of prize. “You get these opportunities once in a lifetime potentially and you’ve got to grab them with both hands and make the most of it,” the New Zealander said this week.“It’s about having no regrets and that’s the message of this week.”South Africa have won the World Cup twice, of course, but they feel honour-bound to make up for a couple of years since the last tournament where they did not do justice to the famous green shirt. “I think we have been under pressure for the past couple of years to redeem ourselves,” said coach Rassie Erasmus.“We’ve been number five, six, seven in the world over the last three years since 2015, and we’ve got some proper hidings against almost all the teams. Now we are at that stage where we want to become number one in the world again.”A final against New Zealand or England, who play on Saturday, would be another huge mountain to climb for whoever comes out on top but both sets of players will be desperate to give themselves a chance to take on that challenge.last_img read more

Kwadwo Asamoah touts Ghana’s credentials

first_imgKwadwo Asamoah remains one of Ghana’s consistent players and is keen to see the Black Stars, one of the favourites for glory for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations lift the trophy.The Udinese attacker is expected to make his third successive Nations Cup appearance after his debut in 2008 as Ghana prepare for the start of this month’s finals in Gabon-Equatorial Guinea.Though, a squad member in the bronze winning 2008 Nations Cup side, Asamoah, two years after, played every match for the Black Stars as they marched to the final of the Africa Cup of Nations in Angola and picked silver.The 23-year-old has become an integral player in the Black Stars and has told Fifa.com that Ghana would be a strong candidate for the title when the finals kick off on January 21.“We are a good team, without any phenomenons but with many quality players. If we are compact and gritty as [coach Goran] Stevanovic asks, we will be dangerous for anyone to play,” Asamoah said.The competition would miss teams like Egypt, Cameroon and Nigeria but the Ghanaian does not expect it to make it any easier for the Black Stars. He anticipates strong competition from all the qualified nations.“It is true that strong and successful teams will be missing, but it still won’t be easy to win the continental tournament. Not even South Africa will be there, but there are always new teams who will make life hard for anyone. All the teams who qualified for the finals deserved it.”The absence of some of the established nations might have narrowed down the number of favourites but Asamoah refuses to tag any side as favourites head of the start of the competition.“I do not see any favourite,” he said.“We all start on the same level, so of course there could be a big surprise. I see a very balanced tournament.” Ghana’s first game at the finals will be against newcomers, Botswana on January 24, three days after the tournament kicks off.The Black Stars will follow up their opener with fixtures against West African rivals, Mali four days later and Guinea on February 1 at the same stadium.Gabon will co-host the 2012 African Nations Cup with Equatorial Guinea. The tournament will kick off on January 21 and run till February 12.last_img read more

Stingrays raise the bar

first_imgTAC CUP – ROUND 8 SHOOTING the Jets out of the sky, Dandenong Stingrays had the game on their terms…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img