👋 Hello partners of the @Real society ✔️ We cannot bring the 34,119 members, but we can invite you to football. ✔️ Choose the day, visit our town and in the afternoon to football. ✔️ You just have to present the Real card at the box office. pic.twitter.com/eRzbgdYYXA – CD.Becerril (@cd_becerril) February 17, 2020It is his response to one of the most mediatic gestures left by this Cup: the Royal Society’s invitation to each and every one of the inhabitants of Becerril de Campos (754) to a match at the Reale Arena (that of Valencia) with all expenses paid. This meeting will be held on Saturday, February 22 from 18:30. Juan Antonio Redondo, president of the Palentino club, explained what the invitation of the rival was: “Aperribay He told us to look for a weekend that would fit us well to go to San Sebastian to watch a Real match. They take care of everything, he told me. The players and managers pay us the bus, the entrance and even invite us to eat. And for the rest of the people who want to sign up they invite to the round trip and to the entrance to the game“.The modest Third Division club wanted to honor the love shown by the Royal Society, despite the fact that their income is exponentially lower. Thus, he has opted to invite any realistic subscriber to his stadium. They mediate, yes, about 350 kilometers and more than three hours by car between both locations. The Calf cannot pay for the trip, but invites his Mariano Haro. The new Copa del Rey has given the opportunity to the most modest clubs across the national scene to face the biggest. Ten teams from Regional played in the first round against rivals of the First Division, although none of them could hit the ground. Even so, some forged a brotherhood, which, months later, still exists. This is the case of the Becerril and the Royal Society, with crossed gifts that turned a knockout tie into more than just a match. The Becerril has announced in its social networks that it will invite each and every one of the subscribers of the Royal Society to the parties that they choose In the remainder of the season. In other words, any of the 34,119 followers with fertilizer at the Reale Arena may go to the Mariano Haro box office and withdraw your ticket for the meeting without mediating a single euro in the exchange.
chelseafootballMason MountPremier League First Published: August 24, 2019, 8:24 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Norwich: Tammy Abraham fired Chelsea to their first win of the Frank Lampard era as the young striker’s double clinched a 3-2 victory against Norwich on Saturday.Lampard had gone three games without a win in all competitions since he took over as Chelsea manager, but the Blues legend finally got off the mark thanks to his faith in Abraham. Abraham had failed to score in his three previous appearances this term, but the 21-year-old striker bagged his first goal for the club to put Chelsea ahead in the sunshine at Carrow Road.A pulsating encounter saw Todd Cantwell equalise for Norwich before Mason Mount restored Chelsea’s advantage.Teemu Pukki’s fifth goal in three games this season brought Norwich back on level terms before half-time, only for Abraham to give Chelsea the points with his predatory second half finish.After a thrashing at Manchester United and a draw with Leicester in Chelsea’s first two Premier League matches, Lampard will have been encouraged by the displays of Abraham and Mount.Up and running! 😍#NORCHE pic.twitter.com/ips4OrZB6b— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 24, 2019 He has pinned his hopes on the youngsters to lead Chelsea through a potentially difficult season that sees the club under a transfer ban and without their best player following Eden Hazard’s move to Real Madrid.While Chelsea have now conceded nine goals in four games in all competitions under Lampard, the former England midfielder will hope his team’s attacking potential keeps them afloat.When Pedro suffered a hamstring injury in the warm-up and was replaced by Ross Barkley, it left Lampard to send out the youngest start league line-up for Chelsea in 25 years at an average age of 24 years and 208 days.Abraham was one of the youngsters Lampard had backed to shine as he replaced Olivier Giroud after being benched against Leicester last weekend.Subjected to racist abuse on social media after missing the penalty which saw Chelsea lose the European Super Cup penalty shoot-out against Liverpool recently, Abraham took just three minutes to reward Lampard for his decision.Cesar Azpilicueta whipped over a precise cross and Abraham alertly drifted away from the Norwich defence to drill a fine first-time strike past Tim Krul from 10 yards.TOUCHLINE CELEBRATIONSAbraham, who flourished on loan at second tier Aston Villa last season, celebrated by sprinting to the touchline to hug Lampard as the pair were mobbed by their team-mates.First goal of the season for @TammyAbraham! 💙👏#NORCHE pic.twitter.com/KO5IrcnNLN— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 24, 2019 Three minutes later, Chelsea’s creaky defence was exposed by Emiliano Buendia’s burst into the penalty area.Buendia found Pukki, fresh from last weekend’s hat-trick against Newcastle, and this time the prolific Finland striker was the provider with a low cross that Cantwell turned in from close-range.Lampard’s team responded in the 17th minute when Norwich were caught in possession outside their own area and Christian Pulisic fed Mount, the 20-year-old midfielder cutting inside and firing home for his second goal of the season.Andreas Christensen’s point-blank header was superbly pushed over by Krul and Norwich were back on level terms in the 31st minute.Buendia played a pass to Pukki and, with Chelsea’s defenders slow to react, the former Celtic forward demonstrated why he has taken the Premier League by storm with an angled shot that evaded Kepa Arrizabalaga’s limp attempt to save.Mount and Pulisic were both narrowly off target, while Azpilicueta sliced over and Emerson shot straight at Krul as Chelsea pressed hard after the interval.Azpilicueta appealed in vain for a penalty after a challenge from Marco Stiepermann, but Chelsea’s pressure was rewarded in the 68th minute.Picked out by Mateo Kovacic, Abraham left Grant Hanley and Jamal Lewis in his wake as he jinked past the Norwich defenders before slamming a fierce strike past Krul’s mistimed dive.Norwich’s Ben Godfrey headed against the bar moments later, while Chelsea were denied a fourth goal when Kurt Zouma’s effort was disallowed by VAR for Giroud’s foul on Krul.