Liverpool secured a much-needed return to form with a win over RB Leipzig in the Champions League on Tuesday night. Andy Robertson was the improbable player with the most spectacular chance of the first half - a yard shot which caught Gulacsi off his line, having come out of his box to clear a through pass, but which dropped just over the bar onto the roof of the net as the game remained goalless at the break. That all changed before the hour mark, as Salah latched onto a loose ball from Marcel Sabitzer to bury the opener, before Amadou Haidara misjudged a bouncing ball and allowed Sadio Mane to run in and net the second five minutes later. They were the better side, the dominant and mostly controlling side, in that first period - albeit without scoring themselves and acknowledging that Leipzig also had their chances. But, importantly, Liverpool had a clinical touch about them this time: two quickfire goals after the break to capitalise on sloppy play from the Germans. His composed finish after the break was a 24th goal of the season for Mohamed Salah - already more goals than he managed last season.
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Injury-hit Wolverhampton Wanderers gained a point against Champions League chasing Leicester City in an entertaining draw at Molineux. There was no shortage of goalmouth action. Leicester - who held star striker Jamie Vardy in reserve - threatened to open the scoring themselves and a combination of the returning Jonny Castro Otto and Max Kilman blocked efforts from Kelechi Ihaenacho and James Maddison on the six-yard line. In one instance he flew past the Leicester full-back and drilled a ball across goal which Neto couldn't quite connect with.
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An angry motorist knocked down a furious pedestrian who accused him of driving too fast, a court heard. The victim's seven-year-old daughter was said to have been "hysterical" at seeing her father felled by Paul Baxter's car, which mounted the pavement in Watkin Road, Westcotes, Leicester. Baxter, 31, who lives on the same road, admitted he lost his temper and "red mist" descended during the argument. The two men were former friends, but had fallen out due to a disagreement between their families, the city's crown court was told.
The ships have returned after leaving to avoid choppy seas due to the storm last week. The ships have returned after a brief escape from stormy weathers and rough seas which caused flooding across parts of Torbay. But while we appreciate the vessels from afar, these ships are usually host to thousands of people who enjoy their 'West-end' shows, dine in their extravagant restaurants and swim in top-deck pools.