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ISL: Jamshedpur FC stay alive with 1-0 win over Mumbai City FC

first_img India Today Web Desk JamshedpurFebruary 8, 2019UPDATED: February 8, 2019 22:35 IST Jamshedpur FC have 23 points, one less than fourth-placed NorthEast United, from 15 matches in the ongoing ISL season (ISL Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMemo scored the only goal of the match to help Jamshedpur FC clinch three points on Friday The result sees Jamshedpur inch to within a point of fourth-placed NorthEast UnitedMumbai City FC remain on the 2nd spot, four points behind leaders Bengaluru FCJamshedpur FC claimed a vital win in their quest to reach the Hero Indian Super League play-offs after a hard-fought 1-0 win over Mumbai City FC at the JRD Tata Sports Complex here on Friday.After a goalless first half, Jamshedpur stepped up the pressure on Mumbai and found the match-winner through Memo in the 80th minute.The result sees Jamshedpur inch to within a point of fourth-placed NorthEast United, while Mumbai remain in second position, four points ahead of Cesar Ferrando’s team.The game got off to a scruffy start with several niggly fouls despite Jamshedpur enjoying most of the early possession. The first bit of attacking action came in the 15th minute when Mumbai’s Paulo Machado curled a free-kick from range inches over the crossbar.Jamshedpur were not to be left behind as Farukh Choudhary stung the palms of Mumbai custodian Amrinder Singh from about 25 [email protected] stayed in the race for a spot in the top four with a home win over @MumbaiCityFC.More videos: https://t.co/8jtqJIjojH #HeroISL #ISLRecap #LetsFootball #FanBannaPadega #JAMMUM pic.twitter.com/ix16Fp9tWSIndian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) February 8, 2019The visitors then had a great chance to take the lead when Rafael Bastos sent an angling cross into the box but Machado could not keep his effort on target at the far post.The patchy nature of the match continued and Jamshedpur were fortunate to stay level before half-time when Moudou Sougou almost capitalised on a terrible back pass from Pratik Chowdhury. However, Jamshedpur goalkeeper Subrata Paul was alert and averted danger.advertisementThe second half started with some end-to-end action on display before Jamshedpur took control. Ferrando’s men looked to force the issue and had the visitors on the ropes for much of the half.With some exquisite passing in midfield led by Mario Arques and Pablo Morgado, Jamshedpur created several chances but just could not finish them.A cross from Arques in the 65th minute was almost turned in by Lucian Goian whose attempted clearance saw the ball bounce just wide of the post. Jamshedpur kept asking the Mumbai defence questions but to no avail.Jamshedpur were finally rewarded in the 80th minute for their perseverance after a set-piece was awarded for a foul on Morgado.Sergio Cidoncha swung a free-kick into the Mumbai box and Amrinder could only present a weak punch to the effort. The ball fell for Memo who sent a looping header over Amrinder into the far corner to spark delirious scenes at the stadium.The Men of Steel saw the game out without much hassle to spice up the race for the play-off spots.Also Read | I-League: Chennai City beat Indian Arrows 2-0 to regain top spotAlso Read | Manchester United caretaker boss Solskjaer named Premier League manager of the monthAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Indian Super LeagueFollow Jamshedpur FC vs Mumbai City FFollow ISL 2018-19 table Next ISL: Jamshedpur FC stay alive with 1-0 win over Mumbai City FCIndian Super League 2018-19: Jamshedpur FC, who remain fifth on the 10-team table, are now only a point behind fourth-placed NorthEast United.advertisementlast_img read more

Charles Darwins scribbles including how he first wrote term natural selection barred

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The pageCredit:DCMS The page A rare page from Charles Darwin’s On The Origin Of Species  has been barred from leaving the UK by the government as a buyer is sought.The draft page from the book, which served as the foundation of evolutionary biology, contains what is perhaps one of the first times the pioneering scientist scribbled “natural selection”.The manuscript page, worth £490,000,  includes corrections and two inserted passages and so like other known manuscript pages differs substantially from what was eventually published in 1859, the first printing of On The Origin of Species, making it unique.Arts, Heritage and Tourism Minister Michael Ellis has placed a temporary export bar on the page, from a private collection, and two others from Darwin’s later publications, in the hope that a UK buyer will be found.The minister hopes the pages, which are important to national heritage and science, remain in the country.Written at Darwin’s family home, Down House, page number 324 forms part of the English naturalist’s conclusion for Chapter 8, which focuses on hybridism and is the only substantial part of the chapter from the draft to survive.Mr Ellis said the pieces “represent a direct and physical connection” to how Darwin “developed his pioneering work”. Peter Barber, member of the reviewing committee on the export of works of art and objects of cultural interest, which made the decision, said: “Handwritten drafts of Charles Darwin’s books are of the greatest rarity.”The few surviving sheets, touched by and written on by him, with evidence of pauses for contemplation, or spurts reflecting the rapid flow of thought, bring one closer to the man and his process of creation than perhaps anything else.”The fragments under threat of export are particularly important. They show how Darwin revised his texts, pinning successive revisions on to sheets containing an earlier draft.”One fragment comes from his best-known work and indeed includes the words ‘natural selection’. But the other two fragments, from his Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals, are perhaps even more important.”Though less well-known than On The Origin Of Species, this book, among the earliest works on behavioural psychology, greatly influenced Sigmund Freud.”The nation has the chance to save revealing and intimate fragments of two works which, directly or indirectly, have shaped and continue to shape the modern world.” He added: “These handwritten and personally signed pieces create an incredibly powerful impression that simply could not be achieved from looking at a digital version or even a published copy.” read more