Mourinho wants Bayern revenge as Spurs kids are brushed aside in Munich

first_imgJOSE MOURINHO wants revenge on Bayern in the Champions League quarter or semi-finals.The Tottenham boss saw his second string beaten easily 3-1 in a Group B dead rubber.3 Jose Mourinho says Spurs would give Bayern a far tougher match with a full-strength team and when he knows his players betterCredit: PA:Empics Sport3 Scorer Ryuan Sessegnon believes Spurs learned they cannot afford to miss good chances against the best teamsCredit: Getty Images – GettyBut Mourinho, who made six changes, said: “My wish is to come back here later in the tournament — and that can only mean the quarter-final or semi-final — so we can give them a proper match with a proper team.“We tried to organise a team where we could rest players and give more experienced players who had not played some assurity.“In the first half they had more chances to score goals, but we were just one minute from going into half-time at 1-1.“It was just important for us to get out with some dignity.”’CRAZY PERIOD’Tottenham, who lost 7-2 at home to the Germans in October under previous boss Mauricio Pochettino, had already qualified for the next round as Group B runners-up behind  winners Bayern.They face either Barcelona, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, RB Leipzig or Valencia in the last 16.Mourinho, who has been in charge at Spurs for just over three weeks, added: “The teams that finished first, they will wish not to play against us. We are one of the strongest teams in the second group.ACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big one“We are in a country that goes through a crazy period this time of year that could leave marks on players, but come February we  will be ready. I will have been here longer and we will know each other better.”Ryan Sessegnon marked his full debut with a 20th-minute cracker which cancelled out Kingsley Coman’s opener for Bayern.But sub Thomas Muller put the hosts ahead on the stroke of half-time before Philippe Coutinho scored their third after the break.Mourinho said: “The fact we beat Olympiakos 4-2 in the last game allowed me to risk what happened.most read n footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by Celtic“Bayern had four top players on the bench to rescue them if it went wrong. I decided not to have even Harry Kane or Dele Alli on bench. We manage our teams in different ways.”Scorer Sessegnon, 19, said: “I felt good. Physically towards the end I was a bit tired but in myself I felt good. To get the goal on my first start was a special moment.“We learned lessons. If you don’t take your chances against big teams then you will be punished. But we gave it a go and we are disappointed we didn’t get the result.”3 Brendan Rodgers is now the third best paid manager in the league… behind only Guardiola and MourinhoSolskjaer heaps praise on Fred as resurgent form could spell end for Pogba at Man Unitedlast_img read more

Late Ambrose Kirya penalty hands SC Villa unlikely point off URA FC

first_imgAction between URA FC and SC Villa on Friday. (PHOTO/URA FC)Uganda Premier League SC Villa 1-1 URA FCLuzira Prisons Stadium, LuziraFriday, 01-11-2019LUZIRA – SC Villa vice captain Ambrose Kirya scored a 92nd minute penalty to ensure the Jogoos draw 1-1 with URA FC on Friday.Kirya who had played a missing in action role all day, sent Alionzi Nafian the wrong way after the custodian brought down Faizo Muwawu in the area.Earlier, Brian Majwega had converted from the spot to hand URA FC a deserved lead.URA started the game strongly and Saidi Kyeyune pulled an effort wide.Moments later, Kyeyune sent Joachim Ojera on his way but the winger went down in the area under the challenge of Saidi Keni. However, referee William Oloya waved play on and signaled for a goal kick after the ball went out.Ojera who was a problem for Villa all afternoon would not be denied twice as he fell over from a Yayo Lutimba shove prompting Oloya to award a penalty.Brian Majwega stepped up and sent Keni the wrong way to put the Tax Collectors 1-0 up inside the first 10 minutes.URA FC were in close control of proceedings and could have increased their tally only yo be let down by poor finishing.Kagimu shot straight at Keni after good work down the right by Ojera.The skippers then miscued a Cromwell Rwothomio low cross while inside the Villa area.He was then sent through on goal by Kyeyune’s clever free kick but pulled his effort over the bar.Mikadad Ssenyongo then rattled the post as he pounced onto a Rwothomio poor header.Rwothomio got a glorious chance to seal the points but after nut-mugging Alishe, his goal bound effort was pushed out for a fruitless corner by Keni.Villa struggled to create chances throughout the game.Their first realistic opportunity came 25 minutes from time with Muwawu forcing Nafian into a finger-tip save.From the resultant corner, the hosts could not force the ball over with Alishe and Kirya all failing to sort their feet in a goal-mouth scramble.Muwawu then pulled a shot wide after he was played in by Kibumba’s low cross.With time running out, Villa would steal a point from almost nothing.Emmanuel Kalyowa played a ball over the top and Muwawu pounced but before attempting a shot, he was brought down by Nafian inside the area. Kirya took responsibility and scored in what proved to be thw last piece of action.The result means the Villa have now gone 9 games without defeat since losing their opening game away to Kyetume FC.The win sees SC Villa move onto 17 points for the season but remain 4th on the log.For URA FC, they remain 10th with 11 points.Comments Tags: Ambrose KiryaBrian MajwegaJoachim OjeraSaidi Kenisaidi kyeyuneSC VillaUganda Premier LeagueURA FClast_img read more