Advertisement David Luiz was badly at fault for Southampton’s opening goal against Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Tony Adams was left dumbfounded by the standard of Arsenal’s defending after Southampton took an early lead at the Emirates.Unai Emery’s side were without a win in five matches and his confidence-starved team got off the worst possible start against struggling Southampton when Danny Ings fired the visitors ahead after only eight minutes.Arsenal’s entire defensive line switched off and failed to notice Nathan Redmond taking a quick free-kick which allowed Ings the chance to run in on goal and beat Bernd Leno with a precise finish.David Luiz was particularly culpable given he was looking back at his own goal with Redmond already having released Southampton’s lone forward, much to Adams’ astonishment.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘They’re all sleeping look at Luiz here,’ he said in his role as a pundit for BT Sport. ‘What is Luiz doing? He’s just standing there.”I can’t tell which team is down the bottom..”Tony Adams isn’t impressed by Arsenal’s inability to defend as they concede to struggling Southampton.#BTSportScore pic.twitter.com/cgkFf8NjWK— BT Sport Score (@btsportscore) November 23, 2019 ‘We’ve got fantastic finishers but the other end is shocking,’ added Adams. ‘We need something sorted defensively very quickly.’ Advertisement MORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sends message to Arsenal fans over Granit XhakaMORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finally breaks silence on being named Arsenal captain Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams stunned by awful David Luiz defending Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 23 Nov 2019 3:37 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link214Shares ‘They’ve tried to play out from the back creating their own problems and they’re not into this game at all hopefully they might get a reaction.’Arsenal did manage an equaliser 10 minutes later when Kieran Tierney’s cross located Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the penalty area and when the new club captain’s effort was blocked by Ryan Bertrand, Alexander Lacazette was on hand to pounce on the rebound.
Submit Share Gambling content developer Spiffbet has teamed up with Jokerbet to unveil the fun, in-play Take5 live game to the Spanish market. Rebranded as Joker-5 to enhance its appeal in Spain, the innovative, mobile game, allows players to select a match and bet if they think a goal will be scored in the next five-minute period.The launch comes after Spiffbet was recognised for the Best Virtual Sports/Game Innovation at last week’s SBC Awards ceremony in London. Lennart Gillberg, CEO of Spiffbet, commented: “We are delighted to go live with Jokerbet, a major presence in Spain, both land-based and online. We look forward to exploring a range of opportunities with this established brand.“The timing for this launch is perfect, just before Christmas when everyone is feeling festive, games are on and everyone is out socialising and having fun.“Due to the simplistic nature of the game, everyone can get involved and play.”Jorge Justicia, CEO at Jokerbet, added: “We have big plans for the Joker-5 game as we consider the concept to work well as an acquisition, retention and cross-sell too, but the fun nature of the game will also create a buzz socially.“We are looking forward to launching additional games soon.”The technology was originally launched at last year’s Betting on Football, and was designed as a simple proposition for new players, bridging the gap between casino players who are usually more ‘fun oriented’ and bettors more apt at interpreting the odds. Andy McCue returns to betting with Betsson AB June 22, 2020 Related Articles GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 StumbleUpon Betsson outrides pandemic challenges as regulatory dramas loom July 21, 2020 Share
IOWA FALLS — A Hampton couple is dead after a two-vehicle accident Friday night in Hardin County.The Iowa State Patrol says 63-year-old Kevin Barz was driving an SUV northbound on US Highway 65 at the intersection of County Road D-25 south of Iowa Falls when a vehicle driven by 16-year-old Dawson Kitzman of Beaman traveling eastbound on the county road failed to stop and struck the Barz vehicle. Both vehicles entered the northeast ditch, with the Barz vehicle also striking a utility pole.Barz along with 49-year-old Julia Barz died from injuries sustained in the accident. The State Patrol says they were not wearing seat belts at the time of the accident.Kitzman and two passengers, 16-year-old Kade Manship of Eldora and 17-year-old Justin Mesch of New Providence, were all transported to the Hansen Family Hospital in Iowa Falls for treatment. All three were wearing their seat belts.