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Wolves vs Leeds: Premier League

Minute-by-minute report: Wolves can leap into sixth place with a win over a Leeds side struggling to avoid relegation. Join Scott Murray (Author: Gardener)

LeedsBy continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Minute-by-minute report: Wolves can leap into sixth place with a win over a Leeds side struggling to avoid relegation. Join Scott Murray. 61 min: Leeds, buoyed by an extra man, have upped the pace. 59 min: Someone tries to attach themselves to the frame of Sas Tor. It's the new trend. They are stopped just in time and taken away by The Man. The game goes on. 53 mins: Kevin Friend sends Jimenez packing. I'm not sure if that's a pure red or just a second yellow. Jimenez was certainly at fault in the collision and finished second, but it looked more like an accident than intent. Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers receives a 2nd yellow card and is sent off for that tackle against Illan Meslier. Out: Wolverhampton Wanderers' Raul Jimenez is shown a red card by referee Kevin Friend. Photo: Marc Atkins/Getty Images Photo: Marc Atkins/Getty Images 57 mins: Confirmation that Martinez was sent off after receiving a second yellow card for a fight that got out of control. 55 mins: A nice touch as Jimenez apologizes to Meslier before leaving, hugging the couple, no hard feelings. The keeper is unable to continue and Leeds are forced to make their fourth and final substitution of the night, Kristoffer Klaesson making his Premier League debut. 52 min: Both benches chatter while the players are treated. Wolves will understandably be worried about Jimenez after everything he's been through and the young Leeds goalkeeper has also taken a terrible beating. It's a free-kick for Leeds... and there could be trouble for Jimenez if he gets up. 50 min: Another long pass, this time down the right and this time it's Jimenez against Meslier, dashing out of his area again to clear. Meslier manages to escape just in time. Jimenez gets there a split second later and they both crash into each other and then to the ground. 49 min: Coady rakes a long pass to the right and almost frees Trincao. And people say the 1980s didn't do anything for the wolves. Leeds are fortunate that Meslier is the only player aware of the danger, the keeper rushing out of his box and blowing clear. 48 min: Rodrigo slams Trincao down in midfield. It's a rocky start to the second half. 47 mins: Podence takes some revenge on Forshaw by flipping him out on the right touchline. However, he conceded a free-kick in a dangerous position and is grateful to Sa for thumping it comfortably. 46 mins: Forshaw was supposed to be booked for a fairly agricultural slide on Podence but gets away with one. The wolves start the second half. Saiss is believed to have fully recovered from the blow he received to the head. Good news for Leeds: the 56-minute first half in which they lost two goals and three injured players is finally over. Wolves go into the break two to zero. Halftime Mailbag. "I think I remember reading about Jesse Marsch a few Champions League seasons ago when he was at Red Bull Something or Other when he gave a powerful half-time speech," writes Peter Oh. Struijk is booked after misjudging a bouncing ball down the right flank and hitting Jimenez on the heel. The Wolves take the free kick quickly and release Podence on the bottom right. Podence retires for Trincao, who whistles a low-thread drive through a crowded box and into the bottom left corner. Most of the Leeds defense looked the other way as the free kick was taken! Wolverhampton Wanderers' Francisco Trincao celebrates with Rayan Ait-Nouri after scoring his side's second goal. Photo: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images | Barney Ronay 45 min +9: The wolves should be two. Podence slides down to the left and centers low on Jimenez, who is taking a breath of fresh air under pressure from Dallas. The ball goes to Jonny, who sends a rising screamer towards the goal. It goes in, but Meslier tips over spectacularly. 45 min +8: Scrub that. Dr. Murray is a quack. Klich is replaced by concussion sub Cresswell. 45 min +7: Klich is on his feet. It doesn't look like a concussion problem. It looks like Leeds will end the half with ten men. 45 min +5: This half is bewitched. Yet another injury, this time for Klich, who was accidentally headbutted by his own man Koch. 45 min +3: Leeds are now delivering chances with frightening regularity. Struijk can't handle a high ball down Wolves' left and misjudges the rebound and suddenly Jimenez is clear in the box! He needs to score or at least work Meslier but tries to float a chip over the keeper. He misses the angles and the ball apologetically bounces past the right post. 45 min +2: Trincao has been great since he came on and now he's so close to adding a spectacular goal to his assist. He's 25 yards away and spots Meslier slightly out of position, well off his line. He shoots a flick over the keeper to the top right. The ball hits the inside of the post and bounces back. 29 min: A heartbreaking shot of poor Patrick Bamford on the bench. He is in tears. Fingers crossed that things will look brighter for him in the morning. Looking dejected, Patrick Bamford covers his head with his shirt and is being comforted by teammate Kalvin Phillips after leaving the game with an injury. Gallery: All-Time Worst Refereeing Decisions (FourFourTwo) 45 min +1: The first of eight additional first half minutes passes without incident. 45 min: Jonny starts long at the bottom right. Jimenez goes chest down and for a second looks like he's beaten last man Koch, but a gentle shoulder jab sends the striker flying. Wolves and their fans want a free kick, but they can't get one. 43 min: Jimenez turns away from Struijk but takes a heavy touch. He reaches for the ball and knocks Koch on the knee. 41 min: Greenwood takes the free kick and absently sends it into the Wolves wall. Another reason Leeds will curse Raphinha's positive Covid result. 40 min: Rodrigo twists cutely through the inside left channel and is cut off by Moutinho directly to the left of Wolves D. Before the free-kick can be taken, Leeds have to deal with another injury. Llorente has injured his back and cannot continue. Let's go, replaced by Koch. 38 min: Trincao robs Klich, 30 yards away. He doesn't quite find Jimenez in the middle with his cross. Leeds are finally clear but they look shambolic from behind again. 37min: Saiss is looking a little livelier now as he gets involved in a crisp passing sequence down the Wolves left. 35 mins: Saiss is given the all-clear to continue, although he's still trying to shake his head free. He certainly won't wait long for this game. A lot of extra time is attached to this half. 33 min: Saiss looks really dazed. When it takes so long for the medical staff to check, you have to wonder if he should continue. 31 min: Rodrigo takes a shot from a distance to the right. Then Saiss goes back down after really feeling that clumsy lump of Greenwood. A good night for these boys when they work piecework. He tears down the right wing, reaches the touchline and pulls back for Jonny, who sweeps a clean right foot shot over Meslier and into the bottom left corner. Meslier didn't stand a chance! Jonny scores her first goal. Jonny celebrates on the ball. Photo: James Baylis/AMA/Getty Images 30 min: Greenwood is lucky not to go into the book for an overly enthusiastic barge on Saiss that affected elbows and head. 27 min: Leeds were openly Bielsa-style. These things take time. 25 min: Injuries continue to plague this game. Neves cannot continue and is replaced by Trincao. 23 min: Actually, that could be another ankle problem for Bamford. He is replaced by 20-year-old Sam Greenwood. 21 min: Bamford, who has been moving cautiously in the last few minutes, stretches to reach a long pass down the middle. He can't control it, the flag goes offside and Bamford goes down after pulling something. The poor guy can't take a break right now. 20 min: Rodrigo swings a wonderful curling pass from the right. The ball falls over Coady, knocking out the defender and falling to James. A good touch and he's one on one with the keeper. However, James dodges this touch and Sa is able to clear. 19 mins: Good news for Wolves... 11 mins: Neves is pushed into possession in his own half and suddenly Bamford is hurtling down the inside right channel into space. He enters the box, eyes Sa to send him the wrong way... but pulls his low shot inches from the bottom right. Patrick Bamford has an effort on goal. 18 mins: The influential Neves doesn't appear to be in any pain but he shakes his head quite a bit. Worry about the wolves. He was bundled up by Klich a few minutes earlier but the challenge was of the garden type. Hopefully it's just a thorn he can run away from. 16 min: Neves holds onto his right leg. 14 min: Jonny crosses from the right. The ball is just behind Jimenez, who adjusts his position in the air and attempts the spectacular with an overhead kick. It's a wild effort, but full marks for ambition. 13 min: Wolves get sloppy. Saiss gift Ayling a pass who has plenty of room on the inside right to run inside. He slips into James on his right. James flips his cross while Bamford waits at the far post to head home. 3 min: James snags a loose pass from Wolves 30 yards from goal and launches a shot at goal. It always passes, but not by miles. 10 min: By the way, in the run-up to the Rodrigo chance, Boly clumsily clattered into Klich and was warned for his clumsiness. 8 min: Podence cuts in from the left and has a ditch. His low drive bounces back and forth and Meslier does well to readjust as he goes down and holds his own well. 6 min: Ait-Nouri robs Llorente down the left and dances down the touchline with great panache. He pulls back for Neves, who was supposed to shoot from 12 yards the first time but decides to go for an extra touch and is pushed out. Leeds quickly counter through James on the left. He whips low and hard towards the near post, where Rodrigo stretches out a leg only to deflect inches away. 4 min: Podence plods around outside the Leeds box but can't work his way through. This game started on a rare old zip. 1 min: A brilliant start to the game as James lashed in from Leeds left, forcing Sa to bend down to claim, then Jimenez bothered himself via the channel on the right, almost opening the visitors with one failed rotation. Leeds get the ball rolling... Wolverhampton Wanderers wear their vintage gold, while Leeds wear Real Madrid-inspired meringue white. We'll show up in a few minutes. Also read: Rodrigo shoots a penalty at the last moment to salvage Leeds' point against Wolves Sky's Friday night football is hugely popular with long free jazz chats tonight and now they have an informal chat with Wolves manager Bruno Lage and his younger brother Luis Nascimento... "It's a great pleasure to be here, because we [gestures on Luis] have a three year difference and we grew up together watching you guys play and it's like a dream come true to play here in the Premier League and speak for you guys." This guy is a smooth operator. For me it's a great pleasure, not because he's my brother but because he's very professional and the way he sees the game the way I see the game... Bruno Lage, Wolverhampton manager Wanderers speaks to Sky Sports TV pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher ahead of the Premier League game. Photograph: Jack Thomas/WWFC/Wolves/Getty Images Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips (23) and team mates warm up during the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leeds United at Molineux. New Leeds boss Jesse Marsch has a good ol' chat with Sky Sports. This team is fun to work with, they've been through a lot...we want to fight for our fans and make them proud." He also reports that Liam Cooper is "closer to playing than Kalvin Phillips but we'll see what happens certainly they won't be 30 minute players maybe 10 to 15 and see if they can help us in the end but the morale of having them around we need these guys so it's good to have them back to to have. Wolves make three changes to the squad named for the 1-0 win at Everton. Daniel Podence, Willy Boly and Rayan Ait-Nouri replace Hwang Hee-chan, Max Kilman and Marcal, who are all dropped to the bench. Leeds make just one change to their starting XI after their dramatic 2-1 win over Norwich at Elland Road. Raphinha has tested positive for Covid-19 so he will be replaced by Jack Harrison. But the big news is that Patrick Bamford has passed a fitness test after coming on at half-time last weekend, while influential and much-missed pair Kalvin Phillips and Liam Cooper return from long-term injury and take places off the bench. Buckley was Wolves manager between 1927 and 1944 and Leeds boss from 1948 to 1953. When he was with Wolves he discovered Billy Wright; when he dug up John Charles in Leeds. Heady days where you could have a fag at halftime while being ripped to your titties by monkey glands. Either way, Wolves could use the three points tonight to keep their hopes of European football alive. Leeds, on the other hand, are really desperate for them and are hoping to follow up on last weekend's win against Norwich with another win that would keep fellow relegation strugglers Everton, Watford, Burnley and the aforementioned Canary Islands at bay. Wolves are in fine form after back-to-back wins over Watford and Everton. Leeds, meanwhile, are buoyed by the potential return of Kalvin Phillips and Liam Cooper and Patrick Bamford is in the running following another injury scare last week. Molineux kicks off at 8pm BST. It's on!

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Chef's bone-breaking battle before he becomes famous

James Martin's Saturday morning chef James Martin has previously spoken about his career struggles before embarking on his big break (Author: Gardener)

ChefSeeing James Martin on a Saturday morning is weekend obligatory for his legions of fans - but his career hasn't always fared as high as it does now. Before James found fame on Ready Steady Cook, the TV chef paid his culinary dues off-camera. The James Martins Saturday Morning host, 49, had previously opened up about his early career struggles in March 2009. Popular chef James turned his cooking dreams into reality after his exams at the age of 16 and went to catering school in Scarborough. He distinguished himself after being taken under the tutelage of a lecturer and was in demand for numerous kitchen jobs in London restaurants. Read more: James Martin on 'mega-famous' people's warnings about his personal life Still young, and having only visited the capital twice in his life, making such a big change proved difficult for James. Sometimes after work I slept on my sheet of dough at 2am because I didn't have time to get home and back at 7am.” Nonetheless, James' career continued to progress as he climbed the ranks of several top restaurants worked upwards. But the pressure of working in such a competitive environment never let up. He recalled several "crazy" times when life in the kitchen could reach boiling point... and spill over. I remember once breaking my collarbone and two ribs in an argument over tomatoes. James added in the same 2009 chat: "I remember once breaking my collarbone and two ribs in an argument over tomatoes. Luckily for him, James' determination and dedication saw him through. At the age of 21 he moved from London to become a chef in Winchester and proved such a success that a two month wait list for dinner was not unknown. James added: "My dream had come true, but I was still living just barely in an apartment above a curry house and Chinese takeaway. [Then] Loyd Grossman was staying at the hotel one day when a woman appeared in the kitchen with a business card saying she could make me a star.” Read more: James Martin on the biggest 'mistake' that helped his career said, "Everything's gone crazy!" And James' financial situation changed quickly too, having bought a house in six months! After facing so many challenges early on, James' appetite for more success served him well. James Martin's Saturday Morning can be seen on ITV on Saturday March 12 at 9.30am.

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Zoe Kravitz makes hosting debut, but multiple catwomen crash her monologue

Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Ego Nwodim and Chris Redd joined the opener for the latest installment in the variety sketch series. (Author: Gardener)

Zoe KravitzZoë Kravitz kicked off the latest Saturday Night Live episode with a lively cat monologue. "I just got a new movie called The Batman," she explains at the start of her debut as host of the variety sketch series. “In the film, I play Catwoman. To prepare for the role, I watched the movie musical Cats every day for a year, which I actually heard was exactly how Joaquin Phoenix was preparing to play The Joker." At that moment, actress Kate McKinnon shows up in a Catwoman costume: "Anyone talk about cats?" she asks. Kravitz replies, "I was, I was just delivering my monologue." A pause. "You're Catwoman too?" "Yeah, I'm Catwoman from the '90s, the one with the whip," McKinnon explains characterfully. You want to know mine?” She goes on to explain that she “fell out of a window onto a bunch of cats.” They brought her back to life and now she's "just like Sandy from a porn version of Grease." McKinnon clarifies, "It's still called Grease." Kravitz tries to get her monologue back on track. "Wait, we need to fire the cat signal." A glowing cat image appears, which Kravitz describes as a "noble cat ready to pounce." But McKinnon has other ideas: "Or maybe it's just doing its business in the litter box." Ego Nwodim appears on stage after seeing the cat signal ready to rescue someone from danger. "You're Catwoman too," Kravitz notes. Nwodim explains, "I was the first black cat woman." Kravitz replies that of course she's Eartha Kitt from the 1960's TV version. "People called it campy, it turns out it was just super gay," says Nwodim. Kravitz comments on how "nice" it feels to have so much "Catwoman energy" on stage, though she really should get back to her monologue. She tries to turn off the cat signal - but Aidy Bryant appears as a cat woman - or "cat lady" as she describes it - pushing a shopping cart with a real cat and expressing her desire to meet [musical guest] Rosalia. As Kravitz tries to get back to her monologue again, Bryant reveals that she's hosted the show dozens of times in her head "where it's called Saturday Night Cats." Kravitz wonders if "Caturday Night Live" is a better fit. She sums up the whole experience: "I really didn't expect to meet so many cat people. Chris Redd joins the group as Katt Williams, who is also there to meet Rosalia. Kravitz points out that he's "not even a woman," and Redd states that he's a "lover of women." On stage with the group, Nwodim explains, "Right now, the world needs as many cat women as it can get."

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Zoe Kravitz makes hosting debut, but multiple catwomen crash her monologue

"I just got a new movie called The Batman," she explains at the start of her debut as host of the variety sketch series. “In the film, I play Catwoman. Sorry THE Catwoman. (Author: Gardener)

Zoe KravitzZoë Kravitz kicked off the latest Saturday Night Live episode with a lively cat monologue. "I just got a new movie called The Batman," she explains at the start of her debut as host of the variety sketch series. “In the film, I play Catwoman. To prepare for the role, I watched the movie musical Cats every day for a year, which I actually heard was exactly how Joaquin Phoenix was preparing to play The Joker." More from The Hollywood Reporter Just then, actress Kate McKinnon shows up in a Catwoman costume: "Anyone talk about cats?" she asks. Kravitz replies, "I was, I was just delivering my monologue." A pause. "You're Catwoman too?" "Yeah, I'm Catwoman from the '90s, the one with the whip," McKinnon explains characterfully. You want to know mine?” She goes on to explain that she “fell out of a window onto a bunch of cats.” They brought her back to life and now she's "just like Sandy from a porn version of Grease." McKinnon clarifies, "It's still called Grease." Kravitz tries to get her monologue back on track. "Wait, we need to fire the cat signal." A glowing cat image appears, which Kravitz describes as a "noble cat ready to pounce." But McKinnon has other ideas: "Or maybe it's just doing its business in the litter box." Ego Nwodim appears on stage after seeing the cat signal ready to rescue someone from danger. "You're Catwoman too," Kravitz notes. Nwodim explains, "I was the first black cat woman." Kravitz replies that of course she's Eartha Kitt from the 1960's TV version. "People called it campy, it turns out it was just super gay," says Nwodim. Kravitz comments on how "nice" it feels to have so much "Catwoman energy" on stage, though she really should get back to her monologue. She tries to turn off the cat signal - but Aidy Bryant appears as a cat woman - or "cat lady" as she describes it - pushing a shopping cart with a real cat and expressing her desire to meet [musical guest] Rosalia. As Kravitz tries to get back to her monologue again, Bryant reveals that she's hosted the show dozens of times in her head "where it's called Saturday Night Cats." Kravitz wonders if "Caturday Night Live" is a better fit. She sums up the whole experience: "I really didn't expect to meet so many cat people. Chris Redd joins the group as Katt Williams, who is also there to meet Rosalia. Kravitz points out that he's "not even a woman," and Redd states that he's a "lover of women." Onstage with the group, Nwodim explains, "Right now, the world needs as many catwomen as it can get." The Best of The Hollywood Reporter

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The Batman star Zoë Kravitz witnesses the opening monologue being crashed by several catwomen, a cat lady and Katt Williams

Zoë Kravitz made her first appearance as an SNL host tonight and discussed her new Warner Bros. in her opening monologue. "In the movie, I play Catwoman—sorry, the Catwoman," Kravitz joked. "To prepare for the role, I watched the movie musical Cats every day for a year, which was actually […] (Author: Gardener)

Zoë KravitzZoë Kravitz made her first appearance as an SNL host tonight and discussed her new Warner Bros. in her opening monologue. "In the movie, I play Catwoman—sorry, the Catwoman," Kravitz joked. "To prepare for the role, I watched the movie musical 'Cats' every day for a year. That's how I heard Joaquin Phoenix getting ready to play the Joker.” “Anyone out here talking about cats?” asked Kate McKinnon, approaching the stage in a leather femdom suit with pointy cat ears. "Hi, I just delivered my monologue. You're Catwoman too?” Kravitz asked. "Yeah, I'm Catwoman from the 90's, the one with the whip. You know how cats did it,” McKinnon said deadly. You want to know mine?” “Okay, I fell out a window onto a cat poo. They brought me back to life and now I dress like Sandy from a porn version of Grease," McKinnon explained. "It's still called Grease." It's great to have some support from Catwoman," Kravitz said, trying to get back into her monologue. "Wait, we need to activate the cat signal," McKinnon called. "Yes, for every time you need a Catwoman," McKinnon explained. We then cut to a shot of a cat signal glowing in the sky, casting light on 30 Rock. "Oh, I love that!" Kravitz said. "It's a noble feline ready to throw itself off a ledge." "Or it does its business in the litter box," suggested McKinnon. Another Catwoman, played by Ego Nwodim, then appeared. She had seen the cat signal and imagined that someone must be in danger. "No doubt," confirmed Nwodim. “I was the first Black Catwoman. "Right, yes," Kravitz said. "Yeah, people called it cheesy," Nwodim said, "but it turned out to be just super gay." After keeping McKinnon and Nwodim happy for a moment, Kravitz tried one more time to get back to her monologue. But just as she was about to turn off the cat signal, an old woman appeared pushing a shopping cart with a white cat inside. "Yeah yeah. More of a cat lady I guess," said the character, played by Aidy Bryant. "This is my husband - sorry, cat - and we're here to meet [musical guest] Rosalía. "I don't think so I can do that right now," Kravitz said. "I have to host the show." "Oh yeah. I see," Bryant said. "You know, I've hosted the show dozens of times — in my mind where it's called Saturday Night Cat." I really didn't expect to meet so many cat people," Kravitz said. "Even if the next one is Doja Cat?" asked Nwodim. "Oh my god, is she here?" Kravitz asked. Then Katt Williams (Chris Redd) appeared in the audience. "Oh come on. You're not even a woman," said an angry Kravitz. Meow," Redd said. "And if I wanted to meet Rosalía..." The sketch ends with all cat (or katt) people rolled into one jump into a gorgeous still and Kravitz exclaims, "We've got a great show." Check out her opening monologue above.

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Zoë Kravitz 'Saturday Night Live' monologue interrupted by another Catwoman

The Batman star Zoë Kravitz was hosting Saturday Night Live and found her monologue interrupted by two other catwomen. (Author: Gardener)

Zoë Kravitz 'On Saturday night, The Batman star Zoë Kravitz finally hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time! Rosalía was the musical guest of the evening. Her opening monologue was about her latest film, The Batman, which stars Twilight alumnus Robert Pattinson. Kravitz plays Catwoman. After Kravitz took the stage, he greeted the audience by tuning in to the 2022 film The Batman. "In the movie I play Catwoman - sorry, the Catwoman," Kravitz joked. "To prepare for the role, I watched the movie musical 'Cats' every day for a year. In the same way, I heard Joaquin Phoenix getting ready to play the Joker.” SNL star Kate McKinnon approached this stage in a leather suit with pointy cat ears. "Anyone out here talking about cats?" asks McKinnon. "Hi, I just delivered my monologue," Kravitz replies. "You're Catwoman too?" "Yeah, I'm Catwoman from the 90's, the one with the whip. You know how cats have it,” jokes McKinnon. "Okay, I fell out of a window onto a cat poo. They brought me back to life and now I dress like Sandy from a porn version of Grease," McKinnon explained. It's great to have some support from Catwoman," Kratvitz says quickly. She's about to get back into her monologue before McKinnon says they need to "trigger the cat signal." "Yes, for every time you need a Catwoman," says McKinnon. After lighting the cat signal, Kravitz says, "Oh, I love that! It's a noble feline, ready to pounce off a ledge.” “Or it'll do its business in the litter box,” McKinnon replies. At this point, a Catwoman played by Ego Nwodim appears, sensing that someone must be in danger after seeing the cat signal. "No doubt," says Nwodim. “I was the first Black Catwoman. "Yeah, people called it cheesy, but it turns out it was just super gay," jokes Nwodim. Zoë Kravitz's monologue was so good. She looked amazing! "Yes yes. More of a cat lady, I think," says a character played by Aidy Bryant. "This is my husband - sorry, cat - and we're here to meet Rosalía. "I don't think I do can do right now," Kravitz replied. "Oh yeah. I see," says Bryant. "You know, I've hosted the show dozens of times — in my mind where it's called Saturday Night Cat." "Not Saturday Night Live?" Kravitz asks, to which Bryant says, "Damn it." "Okay, wow, I really didn't expect to meet so many cat people," says Kravitz. "Not that I don't love it, but maybe that's enough." "Even if the next one is Doja Cat?" asks Nwodim. "Oh my god, is she here?" asks Kravitz. Although Doja Cat does not appear, Katt Williams, played by Chris Redd, does appear in the audience. "Oh come on. You're not even a woman," said an angry Kravitz. Meow," says Redd. The monologue ends with all the cat people onstage jumping up in a freeze frame, with Kravitz assuring the audience that tonight they have a great show planned for her."Zoe did an amazing job and when Kate barged in and broke, which she rarely does, Zoe kept a straight face and the real live cat was a nice touch," wrote one fan. Night live." She's awesome. "Zoe Kravitz should be all over Hollywood," said another. "Zoë is the sweetest person and an incredibly talented actress," wrote another. "I saw Batman twice last weekend and the acting by Zoe Kravitz was just awesome!" another shared. "Felt like it was straight out of the comic and animated series."

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Leeds United fans react to Raphinha's 'disastrous' absence from Wolves

Raphinha has been ruled out of Leeds United's trip to Wolves (Author: Gardener)

UnitedGet the latest Leeds United news straight to your inbox every day - sign up for free email updates. Get the latest Leeds United news straight to your inbox every day - sign up for free email updates The confirmed Raphinha is missing from the squad to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers. The 25-year-old tested positive for Covid-19 and was replaced in the starting XI by Jack Harrison. It's the only change from the Leeds side who beat Norwich City last time out, while Kalvin Phillips and Liam Cooper return to the squad for the first time since December 5. The duo are limited to bench spots, however, as Jesse Marsch doesn't want to risk their fitness from the start after a three-month layoff with injury. It's a big game linked to Leeds' hopes of remaining in the Premier League following Everton's 1-0 win over Newcastle United on Thursday. And Raphinha's absence has shocked some Whites fans. @Keirangraham19: Rapha testing positive for Covid is not good news for us but still a team good enough to get a result here. Great to see Phillips and Coops back in the squad Bamford and Phillips in the squad together for the first time in 15 games so it only makes sense that our best player is going to be covid now. It's the kind of game that teams that stay up to find a way to get something from. Just win #LUFC #MOT @FootyAnalyKris: The fact that we have 4 centre-backs on the bench bugs me more than Raph's retirement haha ​​@JoshAHobs: Rapha's retirement is never a good thing but let it be that he just out with an asymptomatic Covid case and he's back for all the other games. @mightywhitespod: Raph rumors were correct back then. Harrison was very poor in his last pair and was hoping for a reaction. come on leeds #lufc #MOT @Crowther9195: No raph but glad to see Rodrigo is fit enough. I'm glad Phillips isn't starting, would rather have him rested and ready for the upcoming games. @ThrultAllLUFC: Raph is obviously a big loss for the next 10 or so days. Cooper and Phillips on the bench. Marsch describes their potential for tonight as 10-15 minutes, so it probably won't come unless we have something to protect. @lufc_davet: Disappointing on Rapha but having Coops and KP back is massive! The strongest bench we've had in months. We're still a capable team, COME ON LEEDS.

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Jesse Marsch's team score late to complete a stunning 3-2 comeback win

Wolves vs Leeds United: Jesse Marsch's side score too late to complete a stunning 3-2 comeback win - Wolves vs Leeds United were two goals too good but Jesse Marsch's side scored in the last half Hour three goals to complete a stunning 3-2 comeback victory (Author: Gardener)

Jesse MarschLeeds United scored three goals in the last half-hour to come back from a two-goal deficit at Molineux on Friday in the Premier League by 3-2 against 10-man Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolves vs Leeds United seemed to be going well but the visitors had different ideas. Wolves were also forced to replace Ruben Neves with Trincao, who scored the opening goal in the 26th minute when he found Jonny sweeping in. Trincao hit a post from long range before doubling Wolves' lead late in the first half and the back cut ended by Daniel Podence. @LUFC came back from more than 2 goals down at half-time and won a #PL match for the first time ever, losing in each of the previous 47 times being two goals down at half-time #WOLLEE pic.twitter.com/ dq3YXwBBrm — Premier League (@premierleague) March 18, 2022 Raul Jimenez was shown a second yellow card early in the second half for a fight against Illan Meslier, who had to be replaced by Premier League debutants Kristoffer Klaesson. The comeback began in the 63rd minute when Jack Harrison scored on the rebound after Luke Ayling hit just the post. A galvanized Leeds flowed forward and Rodrigo equalized three minutes later when Wolves failed to clear after Daniel James hit the woodwork. A first loss in three games keeps the Wolves in eighth place with 46 points.

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Jesse Marsch convinced Leeds can retain Premier League status

Luke Ayling tumbled home as the overtime winner. (Author: Gardener)

Jesse MarschHead coach Jesse Marsch is convinced Leeds "can control their own destiny" and retain their Premier League status after bouncing back from a 2-0 deficit and winning 3-2 at Wolves. Luke Ayling tumbled home as an added-time winner in one of the top-flight games of the season, clinching Leeds seven points clear of the relegation zone. Wolves had threatened to sweep Leeds aside after a dominant first-half display that saw them take a 2-0 lead through goals from Jonny and substitute Francisco Trincao. But striker Raul Jimenez was sent off for a second yellow card after his tackle on Leeds goalkeeper Illan Meslier in the 53rd minute, and the visitors turned the game around to equalize through Jack Harrison and Rodrigo. Asked if he thinks Leeds will stay up, Marsch said: "Everton won last night and I didn't care because I just want to focus on us. “I believe we have the quality of people and players that we can control our own destiny and find a way not just to survive in this situation, but to thrive in it. Leeds' comeback was all the more impressive after they were forced to withdraw four players through injury, three of them before half-time. Marsch said he told his players the Leeds win was one of the best he had seen. "I told them that not only was it one of the best results of my career, I really saw it in the game," said the American, whose side clinched the win against Norwich on Sunday with an injury-time win. "It's now two games in a row," added Marsch. "They are the ones who made the choice and believe in themselves and have pushed the game from moment to moment and we will continue to draw on that mindset." Wolves boss Bruno Lage said his side were in full control until Jimenez was sacked and criticized referee Kevin Friend. Lage said: “Something is going wrong in this situation. Anyone can make bad decisions, but after seeing the picture on TV, it's a bad decision. I know the referee saw the picture before and went on with the same opinion. The Portuguese regretted the chance his side failed to convert from a 2-0 lead but said he was proud of their first-half performance. Lage added: "We play the way we have to play at home. We controlled the game from the first minute, we dominated everything. We know Leeds are strong in pressing but we controlled and managed the ball. "We created a lot of chances and could have scored more goals. We had to kill the game. "For 45 minutes of good football, maybe the best I've seen from us this season. Goals and chances and I'm proud of my players."

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Many LUFC fans are excited as transfer news emerges

Leeds United fans have reacted to claims linked to a possible fall of Takumi Minamino in the January transfer window. When it comes to players arriving at Elland Road this January it has been an incredibly slow window for Leeds and Marcelo Bielsa as only one player in the form of […] (Author: Gardener)

UnitedThis website uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. 'Sign him in', 'This came out of nowhere' - Many LUFC fans ecstatic as transfer news emerges Leeds United fans have reacted to claims linked to a possible fall of Takumi Minamino in the January transfer window. When it comes to players arriving at Elland Road this January, it's been an incredibly slow window for Leeds and Marcelo Bielsa with only one player coming through the door in the form of youngster Mateo Joseph Fernandez. However, they have been linked with many players and one of the names that has emerged recently was that of Minamino at Liverpool. According to the PA news agency (via Independent), Leeds have already submitted an approach for the 27-year-old, as have French club AS Monaco, but Liverpool have rejected those initial approaches. Elland Road This message was shared with fans on Twitter by journalist Carl Markham for them to respond to, where it appeared there were plenty of supporters who were delighted to link him to a move to Elland Road: " I said I would love us go to him." "Painful. Minamino would be a great addition to the team tbh." "This came out of nowhere this one very doubtful but sure to keep an eye on #LUFC" "Said it last season he would be great for us! Do it!" "Minamino is exactly the kind of forward that would help perpetuate the myth of how good we would be if we only had one player who could finish. Just enough potential, in fact, to keep believing but ultimately a player who squanders more than he scores © Provided by This is Futbol © Provided by This is Futbol © Provided by This is Futbol The Japanese striker has at Anfield slightly short on playing time and has only made 49 appearances over the past two and a half years, the vast majority of those coming off the bench half-seasons.He has previously expressed frustration at a lack of minutes at the club, perhaps allowing Leeds to give him a more regular one playing time can offer. Let's see if they decide to make another move before the window closes on Monday night. In other news: "The only way it can change" - Inside r drops interesting Aaronson claim in Leeds

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