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Chelsea goalkeeper Arrizabalaga impresses Lampard

first_img “We will be better. This is our first game. We’ve got two players making their debuts tonight. We showed a lot of good stuff. It wasn’t where we want to be in the end. We will improve for Liverpool but the first game of the season is about getting a win when you come to a place like Brighton and we did a lot of good things to get that.” Lampard, who was without Christian Pulisic after the winger picked up a minor knock in training, was hopeful that Werner will be fit for Liverpool after the striker went off with a sore knee. “I know the quality he is going to bring to the team,” he said. “We saw that with the speed to get the penalty. Timo took a knock when he won the penalty. It’s more of a dead leg we hope.” Graham Potter, Brighton’s manager, was disappointed not to earn a point after a spirited display. “I thought we played overall and matched Chelsea quite well,” he said. “It’s disappointing to concede three goals.” Chelsea are expected to send their young midfielder Conor Gallagher on loan to West Brom. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Frank Lampard insisted that he remains “very happy” with Kepa Arrizabalaga despite the goalkeeper conceding a poor goal as Chelsea opened their Premier League campaign with a hard‑fought 3-1 victory against Brighton on Monday night. Arrizabalaga was at fault when Leandro Trossard equalised for Brighton with a long-range effort and the £71.6m Spaniard could struggle to keep his place in the side once Chelsea finalise the signing of Edouard Mendy from Rennes. However, Lampard, who gave debuts in attack to Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, refused to criticise the former Athletic Bilbao player after his latest error. “I am very happy with Kepa,” the Chelsea manager said. “With the shot I’m not sure if he could’ve done any better. But I saw a bit more confidence in how he was playing. Kepa is here, he’s our keeper and I’m happy with him. If we are bringing in a competition, it will be competition. That’s the nature of Chelsea and it goes throughout the squad.” Chelsea had led through Jorginho’s penalty, which Werner won, and they recovered from Trossard’s goal thanks to strikes from Reece James and Kurt Zouma. They lacked fluency at times but Lampard, who has spent more than £200m this summer, promised his team will raise their game when Liverpool visit Stamford Bridge on Sunday. read also:Lampard hits back at Klopp over Chelsea spending jibeAdvertisement Loading… center_img Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemDazzling Wedding Looks From Different Countries In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Why Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phonelast_img read more

Reputed wife blames hospital for taxi driver’s death

first_imgAlbouystown execution— Police hunting suspectsAs investigations continue into the execution-style killing of Oswald Rambarran, 42, of Lot 93 West Ruimveldt Housing Scheme,Slain, Oswald RambarranThe reputed wife of the dead manGeorgetown, the Police are still hunting for the two gunmen; however, the reputed wife is holding out that the hospital did nothing to save the man’s life.Speaking with Guyana Times at her home on Monday, Dolly Yarde explained that after she received the news of the shooting she rushed to the hospital only to be told that Rambarran has to undergo a scan and it will cost $18,000.At the time, she did not have the money and as such contacted her daughter who subsequently brought it but that was too late. During that time, the man was kept in the emergency unit with a bullet lodged in his left-side temple.“Why they couldn’t do the scan and wait for his relatives come to have the money… that is my thing, why they couldn’t put him through the scan and take the bullet out of his left-side head… so they didn’t do anything so he died with the bullet in his head,” the angry woman related.She refuted reports in certain sections of the media that Rambarran’s body was riddled with bullets, claiming that he was only shot once. Yarde explained that she checked his body when she arrived at the Georgetown Public Hospital and did not see any bullet wounds to his body except his head.Yarde is not sure about the motive for the shooting since she claimed that the father of six did not have any enemies. But according to reports, Rambarran have had brushes with the law. Back in 2008, he was shot during a high speed chase after he and an accomplice were seen trying to put a man in the trunk of his car.The woman when asked about the 2008 incident and others that he might have been involved in, claimed that for the past 11 years, she never knew him to be involved in criminal activities.Meanwhile, a relative of the dead man who asked to remain anonymous told Guyana Times that the services at the Georgetown Public Hospital is “horrible” and is also claiming that the institution did nothing to save the man’s life.He noted that the man was rushed to the hospital at about 21:00h and was not attended to until after sometime.Oswald Rambarran was shot moments after delivering food at a residence in King Edward Street, Albouystown, Georgetown.He was reportedly driving off when two men on a motorcycle rode alongside him and opened fire. Persons in the area recalled hearing at least nine gunshots. Police later arrived at the scene and retrieved several spent shells that are being analysed.A post-mortem is expected to be done on Wednesday.Rambarran leaves to mourn six children, reputed wife and other relatives. (Bhisham Mohamed)last_img read more