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Man Utd news: Roberto Martinez makes huge claim about Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku

That is according to Belgium boss Roberto Martinez. Sanchez left Arsenal for United in January with Henrikh Mkhitaryan heading in the opposite direction. The attacker has started each of the club’s five games since his arrival at Old Trafford. But Jose Mourinho’s men have lost two of their last four ties. However, Martinez believes Lukaku and Sanchez can form a partnership which will propel their side back to the top. “What I’ve seen is that there is a natural relationship developing between Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku,” he told talkSPORT.…

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Solar eclipse 2018 video: WATCH stunning footage of phenomenon as it happened

The partial solar eclipse was visible from Antarctica and a region of southern South America. Those living in Uruguay, Argentina, southern Chile, far western Paraguay, far southern Brazil and Antarctica were able to see the mesmerising celestial event. A partial eclipse happens when the moon only blocks a portion of the sun. NASA said: “A partial eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the sun, off centre and only a portion of the sun’s disk is obscured.” The partial solar eclipse started at 6:55 pm on February 5,…

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Solar Eclipse 2018 WATCH LIVE WEBCAM: Brazil set to enjoy BREATHTAKING partial eclipse

The partial solar eclipse is expected to be visible in the three Brazilian states of Santa Caterina, Rio Grande and Paraná in addition to several other areas across South America and Antarctica.  Unlike the breathtaking total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, the eclipse today (February 15) will only partially cover the sun from sight. A solar eclipse occurs whenever the moon passes directly in front of the sun, blocking out its light for minutes at a time. Live footage from the city of Criciúma in Santa Caterina state will…

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Easter Island OUTRAGE: Locals FURIOUS as two tourists climb and damage ancient Moai

The Ma’u Henua community of Easter Island filed a complaint and presented it in person to Chilean authorities. Easter Island is a remote volcanic island in Polynesia in the South Pacific Ocean that is a territory of Chile. It is best known for its 887 head statues of deified ancestors created by the early Rapa Nui people. Locals were outraged when two tourists from the mainland violated rules and intentionally climbed on several statues. The community chief made a formal complaint against the tourists for damage caused to a UNESCO…

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Solar Eclipse 2018 USA: Will the partial eclipse be visible over the US?

The partial solar eclipse will be visible in Antarctica, and a sliver of southern South America. Those living in Uruguay, Argentina, southern Chile, far western Paraguay, far southern Brazil and Antarctica will be able to see the celestial event for around two hours on Thursday, according to Ernie Wright, a programmer in the Scientific Visualisation Studio at NASA’ Goddard Space Flight Center. It comes less than a month after the total lunar eclipse which coincided with a super moon on January 31. A partial eclipse happens when the moon only…

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Solar eclipse 2018: When is the next solar eclipse?

Earlier this year, star-gazers were dazzled by the incredible Super Blood Blood Moon that graced our skies as a total lunar eclipsed combined with a blue moon and a blood moon for a rare celestial treat. Unfortunately throughout 2018 only partial eclipses will occur, but astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich believe they are a “remarkable” event regardless. Royal Observatory Greenwich explained: “An eclipse can be due either to a dark body coming between us and a light emitter, so that we can no longer see the source, or it…

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Solar eclipse 2018: When is the partial eclipse in YOUR area? Time, map and path revealed

Unlike the breathtaking total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, the February 15 eclipse will only partially cover the sun from sight. A solar eclipse occurs whenever the moon passes directly in front of the sun, blocking out its light for minutes at a time. Royal Observatory Greenwich explained: “An eclipse can be due either to a dark body coming between us and a light emitter, so that we can no longer see the source, or it can be a body coming between a light source and the body that…

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Man Utd worried about Alexis Sanchez position despite Jose Mourinho making big decision

Manchester United stunned the world last month when they signed Sanchez from Arsenal in a deal that also saw them manage to offload Henrikh Mkhitaryan. However, the Chile international has experienced a rough start to life at Old Trafford, scoring once from four outings and toiling in defeats against  His arrival has also had a negative impact on Martial, who is reportedly weighing up his future at the club. And SportsKeeda say Manchester United are worried about the impact Sanchez playing on the left has had on his French team-mate.…

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Manchester United star Ander Herrera targeted in £32m deal

Herrera joined Manchester United from Athletic Bilbao in 2014 for £28m and has gone on to make 151 appearances for the club, scoring 16 goals. Originally, Herrera was used as United’s midfield enforcer by Jose Mourinho upon the manager’s arrival in 2016. However the Spaniard has since fallen behind summer signing Nemanja Matic in the pecking order and has seen his first-team opportunities begin to dwindle. AC Milan are willing to offer the 28-year-old a get-out by attempting to bring him to the San Siro this summer, and have been…

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Winter Olympics opening ceremony: Koreans enter under unified flag – as it happened

That’s all for now. Thanks for following along with us and be sure to follow our coverage throughout the Games! To get you further in the mood … Now the ceremony concludes with a final seven-minute segment called Wish Fire. Fireworks fill the sky for an extraordinary finale as Korean Dokkaebi, curious, fun-loving pranksters, fill the stage. Absolutely astonishing! Yuna Kim, the 2010 Olympic champion in figure skating (and who quite frankly should have repeated in 2014), receives the torch atop the stadium from a pair of hockey players from…

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