JOSHUA KIMMICH has slammed Germany's "inexplicable" collapse against England - before laying into the Three Lions' style of play. The Bayern Munich star was in action as England and Germany played out an epic 3-3 draw at Wembley Stadium last night. Both sides went into the match having endured disappointing Uefa Nations League campaigns. Germany raced into a two-goal lead in the second-half via Ilkay Gundogan's penalty and a brilliant curling strike by Kai Havertz. But Hansi Flick's men conceded three times in a bonkers 12-minute period to surrender their lead and inject new life into the Wembley crowd. Havertz profited on a Nick Pope mistake to salvage a draw for Germany, but that scarcely improved the mood of Bayern stalwart Kimmich. READ MORE ON THE WORLD CUP QAT'S UNBELIEVABLE How Qatar spent $200BN to host 2022 World Cup - nearly 20 TIMES Russia STUNNER Win incredible Ferrari 488 GTB + £5k cash or £130k … [Read more...] about Fuming Joshua Kimmich slams Germany’s ‘inexplicable’ collapse against England who ‘didn’t want to play’
MultiVersus 1.03 update brings megagenius Rick Sanchez to the table – but will he manage to rickety-rickety-wreck his foes? The long-awaited grandpa and grandson reunion is finally happening in MultiVersus, as Rick Sanchez has been revealed to be the latest fighter to join the game – only a month after Morty Smith . Apart from the Rick and Morty universe, the game has also drawn inspiration from other animated series, such as Adventure Time, Steven Universe and older classics such as the Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo. Though Velma did almost get cancelled by fans for being too much of a Karen . If Velma managed to become a controversial character, we can’t imagine what might happen to Rick, as from his blaster to his Meeseeks boxes, there’s plenty of references from the show hitting MultiVersus. When will Rick Sanchez join MultiVersus? After countless rumours and teasers, Rick Sanchez finally joins the game on September 27, 2022, as a mage fighter, through the … [Read more...] about Rick Sanchez joins MultiVersus: How to play his moves and what’s new?
Gov. John Bel Edwards will lead state and business leaders Wednesday on an economic development trip to London, his office announced Tuesday — and, while he's there, he'll attend the Saints versus Vikings football game on Sunday. Edwards will meet with executives of major energy firms and the world's leading insurance underwriter to talk about insurance issues in Louisiana and potential future foreign investment. The governor on Thursday will meet with officials of Lloyd's of London to discuss factors affecting insurance and reinsurance in Louisiana amid a series of hurricanes in recent years. Other topics will include legislative and regulatory changes that would make the state attractive to insurers and reinsurers and how the risk modeling used by Lloyd's impacts the state. "Few states are more directly impacted by the insurance underwriting and energy markets than Louisiana, which is why it's so important to maintain an open dialogue with global leaders in those sectors," … [Read more...] about With Saints playing in London, Gov. John Bel Edwards going to talk insurance, investments
This weekend’s match against Auckland will be a dead rubber for the Taranaki Bulls after their 35-19 loss to North Harbour in the penultimate round of the national provincial championship. The Bulls had been back in quarter-final contention after consecutive wins against Manawatu and Counties Manukau at home, and needed a bonus point win from their final two matches of the season to earn a play-off berth. But on Sunday, in the first game between the two sides since 2018, North Harbour scored five tries to three in Albany with most of their points coming in the second half. The home team had the ability to break out of their own half with ease in the second period with the promising back three of Tevita Li, Shaun Stevenson and Kade Banks made their presence felt. READ MORE: Work to do for Manawatū Turbos as business end approaches Taranaki and Manawatu pay tribute to Sean Wainui before Bunnings national provincial championship match NPC: Taranaki speedsters carve up Bay of … [Read more...] about Play-off hopes dashed for Taranaki Bulls in national provincial championship
Alexander Dreymon thanks fans as The Last Kingdom wraps SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Season five of The Last Kingdom brought the journeys of a number of its most iconic historical characters to a fitting end. Ahead of the show’s return for one last battle in Seven Kings Must Die on Netflix , new cast member for season five Micki Stoltt has revealed his surprising process of landing the role of Viking warrior Rognvaldr and how he could have played his character's own brother early on in the series. Related articles Emmerdale theory: Amelia Spencer is not pregnant as she is ill Death in Paradise spin-off confirms three major cast announcements Micki revealed he almost joined The Last Kingdom … [Read more...] about The Last Kingdom’s Sigtryggr almost played by very different star ‘Not my first audition!’
Sign up for the View from Westminster email for expert analysis straight to your inbox Get our free View from Westminster email Today marks the conclusion to another chapter in the life and career of one of the most celebrated musicians of our time – Dave Grohl . At 3am UK time, Grohl will march out in front of tens of thousands of Foo Fighters fans in Los Angeles alongside an army of musical legends to celebrate the life of his late drummer, Taylor Hawkins . This signals yet another crossroads in a life already marked and defined by them. But what’s next for Grohl? The death of his drummer and best friend has left many questioning where on earth he goes from here: would it cross his mind to stop altogether? Could he pull a Queen and add a touring bandmate to the Foo Fighters? Does he go solo, or even form a ridiculous supergroup with any combination of his marvellously talented friends? One absolute certainty – and sincere hope – in my mind … [Read more...] about After the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert, big decisions lie ahead for Dave Grohl
For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails EasyJet has unveiled a plan to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The strategy includes measures such as investing in cleaner aircraft, optimising flight descents to save fuel and hydrogen-powered planes. It will also involve using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and carbon removal technology. The airline will stop offsetting carbon emissions from the fuel used on all its flights as it transitions to the new plan. EasyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren said: “We’re the first airline to outline an ambitious road map in which zero carbon emission technology plays a key role to take us to net zero emissions by 2050 and ultimately to zero carbon emission flying across our entire fleet. “Decarbonising aviation is a major undertaking for which the whole sector is coming together, but we also require the … [Read more...] about EasyJet to invest in new planes and optimise descents to reach net zero
For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails A Labour government would fund a surge in NHS staffing by reversing tax cuts for the highest earners in Britain, according to Rachel Reeves. The shadow chancellor said the party would reinstate the top income tax rate of 45% on earnings above £150,000 and use the money generated to train more new district nurses, health visitors and midwives. Ms Reeves said a Labour administration would also implement the “biggest expansion of medical school places in British history” in a bid to ensure the NHS has the “doctors it needs”. Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng last week announced that, from April, the 660,000 earners getting more than £150,000 a year will no longer pay the top income tax rate of 45% and will instead pay the 40% applicable to those on more than £50,271. Labour said reversing this cut would raise … [Read more...] about Reeves: I’ll reverse abolition of 45% income tax rate to fund NHS staffing surge