Ilicic made it 3-0 with a clinical finish after a Pasalic assist and the Slovenian attacker struck again on 72 minutes when he curled a majestic strike into the top corner from 20 yards. Luis Muriel then replaced Ilicic and scored with minutes of his introduction, pouncing on hesitancy from Donnarumma to round out a resounding victory._鼎盛彩票平台网址
Controversial club chairman Mortada Mansour says Zamalek will change their stance only if ordered to do so by the government.
With goals hard to find since Antoine Griezmann left for Barcelona, the feisty Simeone shuffled his pack in the second half at Betis and saw sub Angel Correa score one and create a goal after being dropped from the staring line up.
Solskjaer admitted progress had been slower than expected but said he was focused on developing a team that could dominate and break sides down.
The club say "a continuation of Hansi Flick as head coach" beyond next May is "a very conceivable option for FC Bayern" with Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel and Ajax's Erik ten Hag, who have been linked to the role, under contract at their respective clubs until at least 2021.
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Serge Ibaka finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds as the Raptors snapped a two-game losing skid which included a 118-102 loss to Boston on Wednesday, as the two Eastern Conference contenders were playing for the second time in less than 72 hours.
First up in Perth will be the United States against Norway followed by Russia and Italy.
"The plan will obviously be to score as many as we can [on Friday]," he added. "But after getting sent it, I think you'd take 257 for four at the end of the day. One more good partnership would be nice and sort of set the game up for us."
The current Chelsea boss laid on 24 goals for Didier Drogba when the pair were teammates at Stamford Bridge. Drogba was as dangerous as a provider as a finisher, with his name also on the list of hat-tricks of assists, with his feat coming on the back of consecutive regular hat tricks.
That was the first ever inter-club match and it is also known as the "Rules derby" on account of being played under the Sheffield Rules, which would become the basis of the modern game although the match predated the codification of rules under the Football League by some decades.