Cifuentes saved Cádiz “in extremis” three points this season

first_imgThe old rockers never die, and this expression not by manida ceases to be applicable and in force to the most veteran goal of the League. At forty, Alberto Cifuentes is still a kid, something that shows match after match. For the Second leader, the good work of the Manchego goal has directly reported three points this season. Before Málaga and, more recently, this past weekend against Ponferradina, his interventions in the last two matches saved a victory and a draw. Without these stops, Almería would lick the cogote to the yellow team, to the point of being only two points out of the five that it now enjoys.True is that Álvaro Cervera has brought his maxim to excellence that a good attack always implies a better defense. His team has built a very difficult framework to overcome for their rivals. Only Huesca follows in rhythm in conceded goals, 19 each, but we must bear in mind that four of them were received by Cádiz in the match against Numancia. Cifuentes does not usually get burdened in matches, but when he intervenes it is usually providential, as happened in Malaga and Ponferrada. Cifuentes seems to have no end. Keep training as you play, with unusual freshness and security. For this reason, it is normal for the club to renew until 2021 in the past month of September. Along the way, an ascent to Second and another that is working towards First with providential interventions. He has rope for a while. LaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of January 6, 2020center_img Before the pupils of Víctor Sánchez del Amo, he saved his team in the ’93 minute of losing a win sure after a great intervention in front of Keko. And last saturday against Ponferradina, he had several important stops but none like the one he made to Yuri in the ’89 minute, which was undoubtedly one of his most spectacular interventions in the 188 games he has played to date with the elastic of Cádiz.last_img read more

ICC could fine PCB if Pakistan pulls out of WT20: Khan

first_imgKarachi, Feb 17 (PTI) Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan today admitted that if the national team was unable to participate in next months World Twenty20 in India, the body could be fined by the ICC.Khan told the media in Lahore that in case Pakistan pulls out of the World Cup, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) would have to pay a penalty to the world governing body of the sport, the International Cricket Council.”I just spoke to the Prime Ministers secretariat today and until the government has not given clearance to send the team to India for the World T20,” Khan said.”All these stories about the ICC threatening us with legal action or the Prime Minister having cleared the tour are not correct.”We have sought advice and clearance from the government to send our team to the World event. The Prime Ministers secretariat has said they are reviewing the situation and will let us know soon,” he added.”If we pull out our team from the World T20 then we will have to pay a penalty to the ICC,” the PCB chief said without disclosing what the amount could be.But a reliable source in the PCB told PTI that the government was likely to clear the tour to India.”It is a routine protocol that the PCB is following but all the vibes from the government quarters is that prime minister Nawaz Sharif will give clearance for the team to go to India,” the source said.advertisementKhan said the Pakistan Super League had created the expected hype and given the interest it created at its launch, it is here to stay.On Monday, the countrys Cricket Board said it is not under any pressure from the ICC to send its team and a final decision remains solely dependent on government clearance. PTI CORR SAIlast_img read more