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28.06.2018 01:34
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SALVADOR, Brazil -- Italys squad has decided to remain inside the team hotel at the Confederations Cup after anti-government demonstrations occurred nearby. The decision came after Italy arrived in the northeastern city of Salvador on Thursday, when police shot tear gas canisters and rubber bullets to disperse a small crowd of protesters trying to break through a barrier blocking one of the citys streets. Also in Salvador on Thursday, a bus carrying FIFA logos was one of several parked vehicles attacked with stones, local organizing committee spokesman Saint-Clair Milesi said. Italy coach Cesare Prandelli denied speculation that Italy had asked to withdraw from the tournament. "We have avoided leaving the hotel and there is some concern but were not considering returning home," Prandelli said Friday. More protests are expected in Salvador on Saturday when Italy meets host Brazil, part of an ongoing wave of demonstrations that involved 1 million people across the country Thursday. There have been violent protests before each of Brazils two matches at the tournament so far. "As sportsmen were hoping that tomorrow there is a great football match at the stadium and that nothing happens outside the stadium," Prandelli said. "It would be a paradox if inside the stadium were trying to put on a show for the fans and 150 metres outside the stadium there is violence." The Italian Football Federation told The Associated Press that the decision to stay inside the hotel was made following an alert from local authorities and that it was "standard procedure" following instances of public disorder. "If someone protests and expresses their unhappiness they should be respected, as long as the protest is done in a non-violent manner," Italy midfielder Riccardo Montolivo said. Italy is staying in a hotel located 7 kilometres (4 miles) from Salvadors Arena Fontenova stadium. Each of the eight teams in the tournament have police escorts when they move around, and Italy has a security co-ordinator from Rome co-ordinating arrangements with local officials. Brazils squad has had extra security since arriving in Salvador. "Civil protests can stimulate improvement for the country, but when they turn violent it becomes worrisome," Prandelli said. "When there are a lot of people it becomes difficult to control those who turn violent." Prandelli said that none of his players have expressed fear over the protests or a desire to leave Brazil. "No, not that Im aware of," he said. "Were focusing on the match. Were attentive to what is going on around us but we dont have any worries of that sort." TreQuan Smith Stitched Jersey . -- Ohio States Urban Meyer has never had any issue acclimating to the biggest stages in college football. 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Sussex 291 for 6 (Joyce 92, Archer 60*, Jordan 59*) trail Essex 358 (ten Doeschate 83, Lawrence 65, Jordan 4-99, Archer 3-84) by 67 runs Scorecard There Luke Wright was, wandering slowly from the field, strangled down the leg-side off David Masters, the sixth of six wickets to fall for just 49. Harry Finch, with a broken thumb, would only bat if absolutely required, so Wrights big plan to haul Sussex back into the game looked in tatters, with just the bowlers left to bat.That plan, for the first half of the day, had been going so well. First thing, Chris Jordan, a little luckless yet also a wee bit wayward on day one, bowled with verve and pace to dock Essexs meek tail, picking up four wickets for five runs, as just 21 was added to the overnight score.Then, for an hour each side of lunch, Ed Joyce batted with grace and class in the company of the more watchful Chris Nash to reach 124 without loss. Barely a bat was beaten, hardly an appeal uttered in anger. Joyce was in total control; he drove with precision, flicked crisply to leg and cut and pulled with elegance. When 100 came up, he had 72 and a fourth Championship century of the season - and 46th in first-class cricket (it is his stated aim to reach 50 this season) - seemed a formality. Nash, capable of scoring at such a lick, blocked away in awe.Then, unplanned, came afternoon drinks. On a warm afternoon, Essexs fielders were beginning to look beleaguered - and perhaps beguiled by Joyce - regrouped. The tight line, and perhaps a little nip, of Masters, with the first over of the break, caught Nash napping, and James Foster took a fine catch low to his right. Next over, Luke Wells appeared to nick off to Graham Napier, but - with Essex incredulous and fielders delivering a volley of abuse to the batsman - the umpire adjudged it was arm, not bat. It mattered not, as next ball Wells pulled a bumper straight to fine leg. Send-offs - needless to say - followed.Another couple of overs on and it was Joyce out hooking, while David Wiese came and went for a breezy 13, which included two fine straight drives, before he edged the impressive Tom Moore - who sage judges in these parts say is playing for his future at Essex - to the lone slip. After tea, Wrights wicket immediately followed that of Ben Brown, through his stroke early and caught at mid-on, and 124 for 0 had become 173 for 6.Then Jofra Archer, who bowled with such promise on day one, joined his mentor - and the man who arranged for him to come from their native Barbados and play in southern England, Chris Jordan, in the middle.dddddddddddd While they made a scratchy start, they both settled and, on a pitch with wonderful carry, the Essex seamers - Ryan ten Doeschate appears to have inherited his clubmate Alastair Cooks distrust of spinners - tired once more.Jordan and Archer - which sounds rather like a Hello! magazine cover in the noughties - went tit for tat. Jordan pulled beautifully on the front foot so Archer - who enjoyed the majority of the strike - handsomely cover drove, before standing tall to wallop Porter for six over square-leg. They moved to 50 in consecutive balls in Dan Lawrences solitary over and, by stumps, the partnership - all stylish, swashbuckling fare - was worth 118, and the lead had been eroded to just 67. Wright neednt have looked so hangdog after all.Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant, enthused their coach, Mark Davis, we had got ourselves in a really good position through the openers, and from there, you hope to have a proper day with the bat, and get 500. But that didnt prove to be, we lost a few, then those two came together - what an amazing partnership, and it got us back in the game.Jofra came in in a tricky situation but is a pretty fearless cricketer with bat and ball. Hes not fazed by the occasion, or by playing his first few games in this country. You cant really instill that in players. Hes not just a bowler, hes an allrounder and we are really excited to have him in our ranks. Hes had a great week, hes very driven and is quick learner. CJ knows him very well, hes the one who got him over in the first place, they know each other well. Hes always said how good he is. He could be a superstar for us.Jordans excellence with the bat - and as a leader, too, perhaps - was matched by his early showing with the ball. Ashar Zaidi had one too many swish and was caught behind, while nightwatchman Porter was trapped plumb in front. Masters nick made it four in 13 balls, then Moores stumps went flying. With the dangerous Napier, playing his final game on his home ground, left stranded, Jordan - not for the last time - had got his team out of trouble. Much more work lies ahead for Jordan, but thanks in large part to he and Archer, a thrilling contest awaits. Cheap NFL Womens Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Discount NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Hoodies Cheap Jerseys Throwback Cheap Jerseys Throwback ' ' '

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