Ciro Immobile moved to within one goal of equalling the Serie A single season scoring record on Wednesday night as Lazio beat relegated Brescia 2-0 to stay in the race for second place. Immobile struck his 35th league goal of the campaign eight minutes from time in Rome to close in on Gonzalo Higuain’s record of 36 goals, scored for Napoli in 2015-16.Advertisement Read Also: Napoli seal signing of Victor Osimhen – ReportImmobile helped Joaquin Correa open the scoring after 16 minutes at the Stadio Olimpico, with Correa returning the favour late on.Behind the top four, who are assured of Champions League football next season, AC Milan kept the pressure on fifth-placed Roma for the Europa League group stage berth.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes “There is Ronaldo, so it would be a great achievement for Ciro Immobile, a prize and source of pride for everyone,” said coach Simone Inzaghi.With one game to play Lazio are fourth, equal on 78 points with third-placed Atalanta, who beat Parma 2-1 on Tuesday, and one adrift Inter Milan who are second following their 2-0 win over Napoli.All three teams are targeting second place behind Juve, who sealed a ninth consecutive Serie A title at the weekend.Inter and Atalanta will go head-to-head this weekend with Lazio’s last game at seventh-placed Napoli. Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is four goals behind Immobile as the champions take on Cagliari later Wednesday.
Batesville, IN — Sadly, Beta Sigma Phi sorority has announced that the annual Holiday Bazaar in Batesville will be canceled this year due to Covid-19. However, the sorority will continue their popular raffle ticket drawing. Tickets are now on sale at Dunlap’s Building Materials and Bird in a Tree Boutique in Batesville. Tickets will also be available from the sorority sisters.For any questions about the raffle, contact Lori at 812-934-4722. The group is giving over 50 prizes and the top prize of $500 cash with the drawing being held on November 15. All proceeds will go to various charities.
Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard believes the seeds of Roberto Martinez’s work are already taking root at Goodison Park – even though the team are still to win. The Merseysiders have made an encouraging but unspectacular start under Martinez after their season-opening Barclays Premier League draw at Norwich was followed by a goalless home stalemate with West Brom. Martinez’s men showed plenty of endeavour and enterprise in their first home match but could not find a way to break the deadlock. They created numerous chances but found Baggies’ England goalkeeper Ben Foster in good form while Marouane Fellaini and Seamus Coleman both hit the woodwork late on. Howard said: “It feels good. We dominated possession and got a clean sheet. We didn’t win the game but we take the positives out of it. “It is early yet. I think we played well in both games and were a bit unlucky, But that is the way it works. “I think the performances have been good all along and as long as we put good performances together we will get the right results. “I think there is a lot more possession now, a lot more encouragement to get on the ball, be positive. Everyone has bought into it, we are excited about it. “As long as we can keep that defensive record nice and tidy we will give ourselves a good platform to go forward.” Howard had a relatively quiet day, only really called into action in the second half to keep out good efforts from James Morrison and Shane Long. The 34-year-old American said of the clean sheet: “It’s good but not just for me personally, for everyone at the back. “It helps, second game of the season. They are hard to come by.” The build-up to the game for Everton had been overshadowed by speculation over the futures of key pair Fellaini and Leighton Baines. Everton rejected a £28million joint bid for the duo as “derisory and insulting” and the matter has clearly irritated Martinez. The Spaniard has criticised United boss David Moyes, his predecessor at Goodison, after the Scot suggested Everton should let Baines and Fellaini leave for the good of their careers. But the affair clearly did not affect the performances of the two players, who were both prominent in a tight contest. Fellaini had the best of numerous Everton chances when he deftly controlled a Phil Jagielka cross and stabbed against the post. Foster had earlier denied Steven Pienaar, Kevin Mirallas, Ross Barkley and Coleman in an inspired display before leaving the field with an ankle injury. His replacement Luke Daniels, the Baggies’ third-choice keeper, also held firm although he had an escape when Coleman’s cross-cum-shot hit the bar. Howard said: “I think draws are always good if you can sneak a win in the run somewhere – you feel unbeaten, you’re picking up points. “Draws hurt you when you lose on the back of them, but at the moment we are positive.” Press Association