RelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea Chelsea boosted their hopes of finishing in the Premier League top four as second-half goals from substitute Christian Pulisic and striker Olivier Giroud secured a 2-1 comeback win at relegation-threatened Aston Villa on Sunday.The result left Chelsea fourth on 51 points from 30 games, five ahead of fifth-placed Manchester United, while Villa’s hopes of avoiding the drop were dented as they stayed second-bottom on 26 points, one point adrift of the safety zone. Defender Kortney Hause had fired the home side ahead against the run of play in the 43rd minute with his first Premier League goal, scrambling in a close-range rebound after Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga parried an Anwar El Ghazi shot.Dominant Chelsea had 76 per cent of possession in the opening half and missed a string of chances, with Villa keeper Oerjan Nyland twice denying Mason Mount, while Mateo Kovacic volleyed inches wide from the edge of the penalty area.American Pulisic equalised on the hour, five minutes after coming on, when he stabbed a Cesar Azpilicueta cross off the underside of the bar at the far post as Villa’s defence finally cracked under intense Chelsea pressure.Azpilicueta delivered another telling assist two minutes later, threading the ball to Giroud from a flowing move and the Frenchman’s deflected shot on the turn gave Nyland no chance.Tags: Aston VillaChelseaChristian PilisicKepa ArrizabalagaManchester UnitedOlivier Giroud
The special edition of “ChangeUp” will mark the first time that the program has been made available to non-subscribers. Beginning Wednesday, July 31, the show will be available each night on MLB.tv and At-Bat Premium for subscribers of those services on supported mobile devices. DAZN will also offer a one-month free trial, which is available now at http://bit.ly/TrialChangeUpWe are LIVE for a special #TradeDeadline edition of ChangeUp ⚾️Sign up for a free trial and watch every night 👉 https://t.co/HYH0GawL3F https://t.co/aXoPkaDeHU— ChangeUp on DAZN (@changeupondazn) July 30, 2019“‘ChangeUp’ has established its unique voice since its launch in late March, and with more than 100 episodes under our belt we are thrilled to partner with MLB to deliver our product to baseball fans who aren’t currently DAZN subscribers,” Logan Swaim, the show’s executive producer, said in a news release. DAZN’s MLB whip-around show “ChangeUp” will be available free for the first time beginning Tuesday to coincide with the run-up to baseball’s trade deadline.The streaming service says the show will air live on “ChangeUp’s” official Twitter account (@ChangeUpOnDAZN) beginning at 7 p.m. ET Tuesday and provide its usual live look-ins and analysis of the night’s MLB action. “ChangeUp” airs seven days a week on DAZN. The show streams live each weeknight starting at 7 p.m. ET and weekend evenings starting at 10 p.m. ET. The weeknight edition is hosted by Adnan Virk, Scott Rogowsky, Lauren Gardner and Tony Luftman. The weekend edition is hosted Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman, the duo who make up the popular MLB social media channel Cespedes Family BBQ. All hosts, in addition to special guests, will appear on Tuesday’s free Twitter stream. The one-month free trial codes are now available and must be redeemed by Aug. 10.Editor’s note: DAZN is the parent company of Sporting News.