Loading… Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Most Exciting Cities In The World To Visit20+ Albino Animals That Are Very Rare And UniqueWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Portuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson However one journalist decided to tell him to ‘cheer up,’ as the ‘season is going to be okay’ at the post match press conference.Spurs went into the game 1-0 down on aggregate, after Timo Werner’s penalty in the first leg, and were lucky to still be in contention after Hugo Lloris’ excellent performance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. It left the north London side with no chance of silverware this season and little chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League so you could excuse Jose for not being too happy. ‘Cheer up!’ might be the worst thing you can say to someone looking a bit glum but that didn’t stop one journalist saying exactly that to Jose Mourinho.Spurs were sent crashing out of the Champions League by RB Leipzig on Tuesday night as the Germans won 3-0 on the night and 4-0 on aggregate. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Read Also: Tottenham dumped out of Champions League by RB LeipzigHowever the goalkeeper was at fault for Leipzig’s opening two goals on Tuesday night. After a decent start by the away team Marcel Sabitzer scored the opener against the run of play as Lloris could only tamely get a weak hand to the shot from outside the area before it went in.Sabitzer headed the second goal home from Angelino’s cross, after Serge Aurier’s failed to deal with a long ball, and again the keeper should have done better.
Leading the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball team to a championship last weekend in Columbus, Ohio, Arike Ogunbowale secured her place in NCAA tournament history.Ogunbowale hit game-winning jump shots in both the Final Four game versus UConn and the championship game against Mississippi State. She is also former Badger running back Dare Ogunbowale’s sisterUntil the Final Four, the women’s tournament lacked the upsets we saw on the men’s side this year. All four No. 1 seeds— Notre Dame, Mississippi State, UConn and Louisville—advanced out of their regions with No. 6 Oregon State being the only non-top three seed to even reach the Elite Eight.But the excitement began when Notre Dame upset basketball’s greatest dynasty — the University of Connecticut — to hand them their first loss of the season in the Final Four.After going back and forth for most of the game, it appeared Notre Dame had secured a win in the last few seconds. It was the forced overtime from Notre Dame’s Jessica Shepard’s two costly turnovers at the end of regulation, and a near-loss after UConn’s Gabby Williams missed a last-second jumper, that would have given the Huskies the win.March Madness: Villanova, DiVincenzo dismiss Michigan for national titleSitting atop the College Basketball world for the second time in three seasons, Villanova University defeated the University of Michigan Read…Fortunately, the Irish were able to maintain their intensity in the extra period. Ogunbowale had an opportunity to lock the game up for Notre Dame but missed a free throw in the final minute that allowed UConn to tie the game at 89–89 with a three-pointer from Crystal Dangerfield.In the next play, Ogunbowale redeemed herself and avoided a trip to double overtime — nailing a deep two-pointer on an isolation play to win the game for Notre Dame 91–89.On the other side of the bracket, Mississippi State, who upset UConn last year in the Final Four, beat Louisville 73–63 to give the Bulldogs a chance at avenging last year’s championship loss against South Carolina.In the championship game, Mississippi State led early up 30–17 at halftime. But Notre Dame would come back and had an opportunity to win the game tied 58–58 at the end of regulation.Bo is back: talking Coaches vs. Cancer, Badger BasketballFor almost 15 years, Coach Bo Ryan was at the helm of the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team. Over Read…But after a steal from Mississippi State’s Morgan William in the final 10 seconds, the Bulldogs had a chance to win the game on a fast break score. As players scrambled for position, William would miss an open Victoria Vivens and turn the ball over herself.This forced Mississippi State to foul at half-court to avoid giving Notre Dame an easy last-second layup as the Irish still had several players around the rim from their last turnover.Ogunbowale got the pass on the inbound from the foul and the rest is history. The guard hit a heavily contested three over Vivens to end a miraculous tournament run for Notre Dame and give the program their second-ever national championship.