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Brock Lesnar sends a message to Roman Reigns before WrestleMania

Ahead of their unification match at WrestleMania, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar sent a message to Roman Reigns on Friday Night SmackDown (Author: Gardener)

WrestleManiaYou can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter email. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter email. On a chaotic SmackDown, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar completely turned his signing with Universal Champion Roman Reigns for the Winner Take All Championship Unification Match on its head. Also, Ronda Rousey fended off an attack from WWE Official Sonya Deville and SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair and more. As SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey prepared for their showdown at WrestleMania Saturday on April 2, Flair chose to interrupt Michael Cole's emotional interview with her challenger engaged Rousey just seconds after The Rowdy One's goal had announced that he would knock The Queen. As Flair tried to belittle her WrestleMania opponent from outside the ring, WWE Official Sonya Deville suddenly attacked Rousey from behind. Despite this, The Rowdy One regained the advantage and knocked Deville to the canvas. Though Sonya narrowly escaped, Rousey's actions made it clear she wasn't done with the nefarious Deville. OATS. in Li's SmackDown debut in the ring with an earth-shattering heel kick. However, Zayn declined a title match against his opponent, stating that Knoxville was not one of them. Just as he seemed to be taking his leave, the master strategist suddenly unleashed an attack on Knoxville, leaving him on the canvas with a devastating Helluva kick. As Naomi joined the SmackDown commentary team to cheer on the action in the ring, Sasha Banks proved she really had got back to the blue mark when she defeated the rebellious Shotzi with a combination of backstabber and bank draft. After the match, Naomi stunned the WWE Universe when she entered the ring and declared that she and Bank would be the future Women's Tag Team Champions. After finding a little vengeance on Madcap Moss in a Falls Count Anywhere match at WWE Elimination Chamber, Drew McIntyre was ready to finally get his hands on Happy Corbin. However, at the last minute, Corbin orchestrated the circumstances so Moss instead faced McIntyre in a WWE Elimination Chamber rematch. Despite a pregame attack from Corbin, McIntyre eventually emerged victorious over the teasing Superstar with a Claymore Kick. As Universal Champion Roman Reigns and WWE Champion Brock Lesnar square off in WrestleMania's biggest match ever on WrestleMania Sunday, April 3, The Beast and The Head of the Table were set to meet in the ring for the Winner Take All to make Championship Unification Match Official at a contract signing on SmackDown. With numerous security guards in the ring, Paul Heyman first spoke about how Reign's matchup against Lesnar really was the greatest WrestleMania match of all time. Before it was over, however, The Head of the Table once again exclaimed that SmackDown was his show. He listed all things that belonged to him, from the announcers to the fans themselves to all the security guards in the square circle. However, before the guards could attack Lesnar, The Beast attacked the entire squad as The Bloodline took its exit. The Conqueror wreaked havoc on the Reigns security team and sent a message to Reigns on The Road to WrestleMania. You can watch WWE SmackDown live here in the UK on BT Sport every week.

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Putin's invasion hasn't gone according to plan as Russian casualties 'approach previous war highs'

Ukrainian officials claim that between 4,500 and 5,300 have been killed by Putin's troops so far - and anger in Russia is growing back (Author: Gardener)

PutinFive days after Russia invaded neighboring Ukraine and President Putin's war has not gone according to plan. Ukrainian officials claim that between 4,500 and 5,300 Russian soldiers have been killed so far, although these numbers may be exaggerated. They also say they knocked out 29 aircraft, 191 tanks, 74 guns, 816 armored fighting vehicles, 21 Grad multi-launch missile systems, 291 vehicles and one Buk anti-aircraft missile system. But such numbers, just five days into this conflict, are not far short of the total death toll in previous wars involving Russia. In the first Chechen war of 1994–96, the official figure for Russian military deaths was 5,732, although other estimates put the number at 3,500–7,500. Fighting in Kyiv continues after Ukrainian troops repulsed an attack on the city over the weekend, while rocket attacks in Kharkiv on Monday killed dozens and wounded hundreds. Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to Kyiv's interior minister, said Russia had bombed residential areas with Grad rockets. The plan was to seize Kyiv and other major cities within 48 hours, depose President Zelenskyy and install a puppet leader, British and Ukrainian defense sources believe. But Mr Putin has yet to capture one of the country's major cities after he met fierce opposition from Ukrainian troops who shot down Russian warplanes and tanks. However, cities continued to come under heavy shelling on Monday, even as peace talks began near the Belarusian border. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the next 24 hours would be a "crucial time" for his country as peace talks resumed on the Belarusian border. However, residents of Mariupol said the southern city north of Crimea was surrounded by Russian troops. The Russian Defense Ministry also claimed that its forces had captured the cities of Berdyansk and Enerhodar in southeastern Ukraine's Zaporizhia region and the area around the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, Interfax reported. According to the news agency, Ukraine denied that the nuclear power plant had fallen into Russian hands. However, fighting and explosions were also reported as far west as Lutsk and Ivano-Frankivsk. So far 102 civilians, including 16 children, have been reported dead and hundreds wounded, but the true number is likely to be far higher. The Russian Defense Ministry spoke for the first time on Sunday evening about the losses of the Russian army, but did not give any figures. Ukrainian Major General Borys Kremenetsky said on Saturday that Ukraine had captured around 200 Russian soldiers who were "ill-equipped". “We captured about 200 Russian soldiers, some of them 19 years old, not trained at all, poorly equipped. We treat them according to the Geneva Convention, according to international humanitarian law," said Kremenetsky, defense official at the Embassy of Ukraine in the United States. Russia has taken to restricting social media and news sites on what they can report on its military losses in Ukraine. It comes after anti-war protests erupted in cities across Russia since Thursday. Russia has cracked down on social media and news sites, restricting Twitter and Facebook and issuing warnings to 10 media outlets over the weekend, including the Novaya Gazeta newspaper, for deviating from Putin's stated narrative of the invasion as a "special operation". Roskomnadzor, the Russian communications watchdog, also warned of the consequences for posting advertising messages online with information about Russian military casualties, with fines of up to 5 million rubles. Roskomnadzor said certain messages in Google ads "contain false information about the numerous casualties among Russian military personnel, as well as the civilian population of Ukraine." Meta refused to remove posts about the war in Ukraine at Roskomnadzor's request. In its transparency report, the company said it had received requests from the Russian regulator to remove seven posts calling for anti-war action, one post condemning the war and four media posts with messages about the situation in Ukraine. However, news of Russian casualties is reaching Russia and anger is growing, particularly from parents of soldiers sent into combat. A father whose son, Rafik Rakhmankulov, 19, was captured on the first day of the invasion of Ukraine, gave an emotional interview to independent Russian TV channel Dozhd, which the state branded a "foreign agent". Rushan Rakhmankulov said he didn't want his son to be used as "cannon fodder" and asked, "Why don't the oligarchs' sons serve?" He said, "My niece sent me videos and photos of Rafik with another boy standing in the forest. However, he said he received confirmation of the message from the Committee on Soldiers' Mothers. His mother, Natalja Dejneka, told the BBC that her son, a combat engineer in the Fourth Guards Armored Division, did not know he was taking part in the invasion. She last spoke to Rafik on February 23, when he told her his division was near the Ukrainian border. When pictures of prisoners began to circulate, Russia's state television channel called it "fake news". "What doors do I need to knock on to get my son back," she told Dozhd, adding that she has not received a clear answer from the authorities as to what happened to her son. The Committee of Soldiers' Mothers of Russia has claimed many of Putin's soldiers were tricked into enlisting, saying they would go to the border for drills before being sent into a bloody conflict. “We have received a flood of calls from terrified mothers from all over Russia. They are crying, they don't know if their children are alive or well," Andrei Kurochkin, the group's deputy chairman, told Russian side Takie Del. "If there's a war, it should be dealt with by professionals, not untrained green boys," he said, adding that letting soldiers fight a war "under duress" is a "complete disaster." The Ukrainian authorities have set up a Telegram channel called Look for your Own, where they post documents, photos and videos of captured and dead Russian soldiers. In a video on the website, Viktor Andrusiv, an adviser to the interior minister, said: "I speak to you in Russian because this website was made for you. I know that many Russians are worried about how and where their children, sons, husbands are and what happens to them - that's why we decided to put this online so that each of you can search for your loved one, the Putin sent to fight in Ukraine.” There were reports that Russia might use mobile crematoria to dispose of the bodies of dead soldiers and civilians in order to disguise the true extent of the casualties. Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said Thursday: "If I were a soldier and knew my generals had so little faith in me that they would follow me around the battlefield with a mobile crematorium, or I were a mother or father to a son, possibly in a combat zone stationed, and my government thought that the way to cover up casualties was a mobile crematorium, I would be deeply concerned.” He also warned that Russian backlash could mean more violence: taking heavy casualties and facing public resentment in parts of the Russian system itself; We saw a lot of protests.

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Chelsea, Liverpool put on a Carabao Cup show, Barca lost to Xavi, Napoli rose to the top of Serie A

Chelsea and Liverpool shone in a cup final at Wembley, neither side really needing to win. Elsewhere, Barcelona are looking sharp and Napoli are refusing to stop. (Author: Gardener)

LiverpoolThe FC side are divided on whether it was right to take Kepa to penalties. The FC side are divided on whether it was right to take Kepa to penalties. As always, the European football weekend gave us everything: the Carabao Cup final was truly an unforgettable game, although technically it ended 0-0 between Chelsea and Liverpool, while Barcelona and Napoli clinched great victories. Real Madrid, Manchester United and Bayern Munich also had concerns after difficult games. - ESPN+ Viewer Guide: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, FA Cup, More Move To: Chelsea, Liverpool entertain | Barca click for Xavi | Napoli at the top of Serie A | PSG turns on the style | Problems in Bayern's midfield | Everton's handball woes | Real Madrid are lucky | Man United perform | Juve revival continues | The Spurs win should calm Conte | Deja Due Doom for Dortmund I'm not a fan of the League Cup (known as the Carabao Cup) and would love to see it scrapped. However, when two teams in the final put on the spectacle that Chelsea and Liverpool put on on Sunday, one can only salute the players and the coaching staff. This game had everything but goals and that was due to a combination of excellent goalkeeping from Caoimhin Kelleher and Edouard Mendy and some poor finishes from Christian Pulisic, Sadio Mane and Mason Mount. It was exciting to see how Jürgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel - two coaches who go back a long way - would position themselves. Skipping Romelu Lukaku, Tuchel opted for a more agile front three with Kai Havertz, Mount and Pulisic, perhaps to give up some possession and instead rely on transition. Klopp lost Thiago Alcantara to a muscle strain in warm-up and it was a heavy blow. He would have been more than useful against Chelsea's well-placed defence. The former Bayern man is irreplaceable (no one else in Klopp's squad has his skills) without being indispensable: Liverpool can beat you in other ways too. Liverpool had the upper hand early on, Chelsea came back, both sides had chances and both had goals disallowed. Virgil Van Dijk's tussle with Reece James that resulted in Joel Matip's goal being blocked felt a lot like the Harry Maguire incident a few weeks ago. What I liked most - and maybe that's why League Cup finals work (unlike the rest of the tournament) - is that both teams wanted to win more than they wanted to avoid losing. It's a nice trophy to win, but it won't move the needle in your season if you're Liverpool or Chelsea. And defeat leaves no repercussions because ultimately it's the League Cup, a distant fourth in the seasonal priorities. The penalties at the end offered their own drama, starting with Tuchel's decision to send Kepa Arrizabalaga in for Mendy before the penalty shootout. In fact, we saw the difference between the two man management styles before kickoff. Klopp stuck by Kelleher, who had started in all but two games in that competition. Tuchel opted to drop Kepa for Mendy, who had yet to play in the League Cup. As with most man management decisions, as long as they are clear and concise there is no right or wrong answer other than the performance on the day and both goalkeepers in the starting XI were exceptional. - Highlights: Liverpool beat Chelsea in Carabao Cup final (U.). Things aren't looking good for a man who reputedly has a reputation (and the stats to support it) as an expert at penalty kicks. On the other hand, there's a lot of truth to the old adage that 99% of the time when a penalty is missed it's the penalty taker's fault, not the guy in goal (my favorite mind game/trolling thing? Kepa tries to piss off Van Dijk by. he lines up close to his right-hand post, only for Van Dijk to smash it past him that very post.) Both Klopp and Tuchel can get away with a lot of positive things, and you can imagine they're more concerned with that than that The joy/pain of winning/losing the League Cup. But for the neutrals, Sunday was one heck of a lot of fun. Three wins - against Valencia and most recently against Athletic Bilbao in LaLiga, against Napoli in the Europa League - scored 12 goals, created many chances and glimpsed what could be. Pedri returned to what he was before the injury (and given his age wi will still take some time), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang proved that he has not forgotten the degree and even Ousmane Dembele, who due to his contract situation initially with greeted with boos was applauded by Camp Nou supporters. - Highlights: Barca move up into top 4 with big win (U. There are still many structural flaws in the way this team was built, there are still budget constraints and they are still level on points with Atletico Madrid. Because there's enough talent there (and we're not even counting Ansu Fati) and because Xavi isn't afraid to use that talent properly.” The knock on Napoli in recent years has echoed the knock on Luciano Spalletti: when push comes to shove , they are crumbling and he's freaking out Still with the scars of Thursday's home humiliation against Barcelona in the Europa League, they were outplayed by Lazio for most of the first half as Milan and Inter both dropped points on Friday, that felt seemed like another imminent missed opportunity but just when Napoli expected their heads to drop they hit back, Lorenzo Insigne setting up Fabian Ruiz in the fourth and last minute of stoppage time. Talk about the confusion of expectations and the kind of emotional boo st you can eat out for a long time. And yet this group feels they have the mental toughness and stamina needed to stick with the Scudetto chase to the end, and maybe even win it. That's what victories give you. Napoli are level with Milan and two points ahead of Inter, who have one game left. Paris Saint-Germain sometimes reminds you of those video games where a guy has loads of power-ups and extra guns, but first gets beat up, either because he's distracted or because he doesn't care, and then unleashes his anger on the opponents . Against Saint-Etienne we saw the vaunted front three together again, with Neymar and Lionel Messi standing on either side of Kylian Mbappe, and yet they fell back by a goal at home. They turned it around, of course, and they did it in style (Messi had some delicious moments but Mbappe stole the show). You can't help but feel that this team only comes together when motivated, and they struggle to find motivation most of the time. Maybe they can find it more regularly if they get the three up front together and play some knockout rounds in the Champions League. February was not an impressive month for Bayern and this weekend's 1-0 win over Eintracht thanks to substitute Leroy Sane looks to continue that theme. But take a closer look, and unlike previous games - the first half against Greuther Fürth, the 1-1 draw against FC Salzburg, the 2-4 defeat against Bochum - Bayern managed more than enough and relatively few conceded goals. - Highlights: Bayern stay tuned to beat Frankfurt (U. The reason some people keep their glasses half empty is because the back three doesn't look convincing - Julian Nagelsmann seems committed to that - and the midfield doesn't look into play You Dayot Upamecano central (which you can do if Niklas Sule leaves this summer), get real full-backs (which means wait for Alphonso Davies to return and find someone on the right flank) and let Nagelsmann lead the way Joshua Kimmich was next to Marcel Sabitzer, the duo didn't appear as controlled against the Eintracht press as one would have liked Sabitzer is simply more of a 'vertical' player than a possession type and Leon Goretzka's forced absence weighs hard, not with Corentin Tolisso Equally tearing up trees, that's a lot of pressure on Kimmich and I'm not sure how you solve that Manchester City's 1-0 Si eg against Everton was deserved because of the way the game went. After a bumpy first half, Pep Guardiola's side showed they had oled the aftermath of the midweek loss to Spurs and did enough to win. But that doesn't mean Everton weren't cheated by Rodri handball in the dying phase. The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) anonymously let it be known, as they like to do, that the Video Assistant Referee, Chris Kavanagh, felt that there was insufficient conclusive evidence that the ball, by contrast, hit Rodri on the arm had hit to the shoulder. How about you let the referee, Paul Tierney, make that decision? Perhaps he would have found conclusive evidence that Rodri was playing with the ball on purpose, not least because he's walking towards it and that red/green action is meant as a lead, leaving a lot of discretion to the referee? Everton have reportedly written to the Premier League to complain. With such a critical (and, frankly, subjective) decision, at least let the referee decide, assessing the overall dynamics of the incident. A converted penalty would have meant Everton might not be in the relegation zone on Thursday morning and it would have meant City's lead over Liverpool would have dropped to four points, with Klopp's side having a game in hand and a head-to-head on Etihad, due out on April 10th. Maybe Tierney wouldn't have given a penalty either. But at least the lead match official would make the decision and take responsibility. And for Everton it would feel less like a screw job. That would of course be Luca Zidane, not his slightly more famous father who played for Real Madrid and managed him. The young keeper spent 16 years at Real Madrid but was able to come up with some great saves from Rayo Vallecano to keep them away before capitulating late to well-known Karim Benzema-Vinicius combination. - Highlights: Benzema's late goal enough for Real Madrid (U. Carlo Ancelotti once again didn't rotate - he played his best XI save for Nacho for David Alaba - but that's perhaps understandable. There's no midweek match in terms of the chemistry is still a long way off as Real Madrid may have created chances but also allowed more than they would have liked with Thibaut Courtois making it big again.Results are of course most important and Ancelotti said he didn't see it much wrong with his side.But in my opinion right now the main thing is to build the chemistry to get them where they want to be: able to get past Paris Saint-Germain and beyond.United manager Ralf Rangnick pointed out that the only thing that let United down in their 0-0 home win against Watford was the finish, he's right, they hit the woodwork, had 22 shots on target (and a 2.95 xG) and s seemed to be in control the whole time. For those of us who value performance alongside results as an indicator of a team's health, they passed this test with flying colors. It's still a goalless draw against the bottom side of the Premier League, who have won just one game since November. And a look at the table will confirm that West Ham are not on the way down, while Tottenham and Arsenal have games in hand. Given United's recent run - two wins in their last seven - that's a tall order. Juventus have lost just once in all competitions since November - that was the Super Cup, which some might say doesn't really count anyway - and there's an argument against the 'tortoise and hare' variety. They are fourth in Serie A after beating Empoli 3-2 away and if you take away the first four games of the season they would actually be in first place. But maybe it's worth hitting the brakes as this isn't a vertical climb. it's more of a zigzag. Manager Massimiliano Allegri is still struggling with many injuries (starting with Federico Chiesa) and to be honest they don't exactly play opponents outside the park. This isn't quite the old Juve that might be closing up shop, but it's nowhere near the finished product either. The best you can hope for this season is progress in small increments, even if sometimes that means two steps forward and one step back. Tottenham's emphatic 4-0 win away at Leeds United lifts some of the gloom following their midweek defeat at Burnley and Antonio Conte is publicly wondering if he is the right man to lead them. It was a solid win, facilitated by an early goal against a Marcelo Bielsa side in freefall, and Conte subsequently reiterated that the win could be a stepping stone to future Spurs success. That was after spending the previous day backtracking on the post-Burnley comments and assuring people that he wasn't going to resign, that he was just being honest, that defeats make him personally suffer, that he is who he is is. They obviously don't want a manager who doesn't care, or worse, a masochist who enjoys being beaten. Equally, the hyper-competitive, can't handle losing feels very "1950s high school football." Losing is part of this sport. If you're smart, you'll learn from failure to get better, while accepting that you can be better - or even very good - and still lose. Perhaps the best Spurs can do is take the many good things Conte does - the way he prepares his teams, the results he gets, the relationships he builds with players - and not paying attention to the post-loss tantrums, whether they're of the "doom and gloom" variety or the "we need more investment" variety. So that wasn't pretty and it wasn't 'Cholismo 2.0', but the result was Atletico Madrid clinching two league wins and finishing in the top four for the first time since November. At home against Celta, Atleti only managed 36% possession with full-backs at full-back, three central midfielders and the lightweight tandem of Joao Felix and Angel Correa up front, but it worked. Regardless that both goals were the result of easy balls over the top: Lodi still did well to get there (although squeezing the ball between the post and keeper for the first still feels like magic) . That might be going a little too far, but his continued willingness to try different things - like unleashing Lodi on the left or giving Joao Felix a string of games - speaks to his pragmatism. And given where they stand, maybe that's the best way to get into the top 4. No, this isn't a repeat: it just feels like it. Borussia Dortmund go to relegation-threatened Augsburg, take the lead in the first half with a great Thorgan Hazard goal, freeze in the second and finally concede an equalizer on another defensive error, losing two points in the silliest of ways. And yet, an insidious insecurity runs up and down this team. Marco Rose has a lot of responsibility here - so do the players - but the rot runs deeper. And second place, as they likely will, won't be much of a consolation.

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How Putin's Ukraine Invasion Achieved The Impossible

British news Monday night: How Putin's Ukraine invasion achieved the impossible (Author: Gardener)

PutinIn breaking news, Fifa and Uefa have suspended Russia from all national and club competitions after increasing pressure from other sporting bodies and political leaders over the country's invasion of Ukraine. Both the world governing body of football and Europe's governing body have suspended the nation until further notice. Read on for what the announcement means. Meanwhile, the stakes for the meeting at the offices of a government building near Homel, a town in Belarus near the border with Ukraine, couldn't be higher. The announcement of peace talks between Ukraine and Russia came on the fourth day of the invasion, after Russian troops became deadlocked and Ukraine feared a more violent attack in the coming days as frustration spilled over from the Kremlin. But while the world holds its breath on the outcome of the negotiations, it has emerged that the Kremlin's chief negotiator is a controversial hardliner who recently claimed that the state of Ukraine does not exist. Meanwhile, Ukraine's Interior Ministry said a multiple rocket attack on the eastern city of Kharkiv killed dozens and wounded hundreds more. Our live blog follows all developments and here are the latest pictures. In a bizarre twist, according to the Chelsea owner's spokesman, Roman Abramovich is trying to broker peace between Russia and Ukraine. Liz Truss imposed new sanctions on "Putin and his cronies" after the Russian invasion. The sanctions come after she was blamed by the Kremlin for a nuclear threat that Vladimir Putin voiced on Sunday. Here is an analysis of what nuclear weapons Russia possesses and how likely the Russian President is to use them. There are growing fears that the Covid pandemic has affected Putin's behavior. The dictator, usually seen as coldly rational, has alarmed influential figures in Washington with his outbursts of anger over Ukraine. Further developments: The United Nations has killed a total of 102 civilians in the conflict so far, including seven children, and this number is expected to increase. The first child victim named and pictured is Polina, a fourth-grader in her final year of elementary school, who was driving through Kyiv with her parents and two siblings in the family car on Saturday when Russian troops reportedly opened fire. More than half a million people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded, but the EU's crisis management commissioner says the number could reach seven million. Patrick Sawer in Przemyśl, Poland, reports how refugees from Ukraine found protection and comfort from an army of foreigners at the border. As the EU supplies arms to the Ukrainian army and refugees are welcomed with open arms in Eastern Europe, James Crisp details how Putin achieved the impossible by invading Ukraine. The economic pains are already being felt in Russia. People formed long lines in front of ATMs as fears of Western sanctions mounted. Shares of Russia's largest state-controlled lender plunged as much as 74 percent as the ECB warned of collapse. But the sanctions are not without consequences in Britain, as the price of petrol has reached 150 pence a liter. With Russia's economy collapsing, here's how to protect your money. How did Rory Suchet become Putin's mouthpiece? Rory Suchet on RT Rory Suchet, the actor's father John and uncle David, comes from good British stock - but Joe Shute and Yolanthe Fawehinmi reveal how his career is built by parroting Russian propaganda tube strikes | London Underground will be paralyzed tomorrow due to a strike by thousands of workers after warnings there could be no Tube services as a result of the action. Read on for details. In football, Thom Gibbs says let's all laugh at Liverpool's win over Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final: the funniest football game in living memory. Arriving in London from Paris with a suitable entourage a few hours after Russia invaded Ukraine, Thomas Buberl faced the challenges ahead. While Axa has no significant exposure to Russia or Ukraine, the insurance company's chief executive fears the wider implications for financial markets and, like most of his City rivals, recognizes the very real threat of Russian-sponsored cyberattacks. A lot has happened since the German CEO took over at the helm of the Paris-based company in late 2016, months after Britain voted to leave Europe. Killing Eve, BBC iPlayer | With the return of BBC Three as a television channel, the premiere of Killing Eve's fourth and final series on iPlayer (albeit weekly episodes) feels like a quirky way to deal with one of the BBC's hottest assets. Money Makeover | A widowed reader has cash from a house sale and £150,000 in inherited bonds. To receive such briefings by email twice a day, sign up for the Front Page newsletter here. Try The Briefing for 2-minute audio updates—on podcasts, smart speakers, and WhatsApp. Sign up for the free Front Page newsletter: your essential guide to The Telegraph's agenda - delivered straight to your inbox, seven days a week.

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Motivational Monday: Breathe to recharge your batteries

Join us for Motivation Monday when New Orleans Saints yoga instructor Jessica Huneycutt shares a Kapalabhati breathing technique and how it can keep you energized throughout the day. (Author: Gardener)

MondayWith the Saints taking on the New York Jets in Week 14, we're offering a recipe to take your road trip tailgate to the next level. This week Theo Mitchell and our Saints Live Well crew are in the kitchen preparing New Jersey Salmon courtesy of HelloFresh.

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Relive a wild weekend full of surprises and check out our Elite Eight predictions

In case you missed it, this past weekend was one of the wildest and most successful postseason stints for Augusta-area basketball teams in a long time. (Author: Gardener)

a wild weekendAfter NBC opened the show on a somber note this week, Saturday Night Live avoided making fun of Russia's invasion of Ukraine — until Colin Jost and Michael Che took the stage for "Weekend Update." "President Putin launched the attack with support from allies like Belarus and Tucker Carlson," Jost began. “Many analysts were surprised that Putin pulled through when it would obviously have been a colossal mistake. But he couldn't budge after all the build-up.

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Mahindra Posts "Monday Motivation"; failed Photoshop, says Twitter

Anand Mahindra marks it as a Monday motivation and posts a picture of the booth saying Dream big (Author: Gardener)

PhotoshopKnown for his wacky sense of humor, Anand Mahindra recently posted a tea stand named after a luxury hotel chain - The Oberoi Group. Known for his wacky sense of humor, Anand Mahindra recently posted a tea stand named after a luxury hotel chain - The Oberoi Group. The image suggests that the roadside stand was heavily inspired by the group, stating that they have no other branches. The image suggests that the roadside stand was heavily inspired by the group, stating that they have no other branches. We don't have a branch in Delhi," reads a disclaimer. Mahindra marks it as Monday motivation and posts a picture of the booth with the caption "Dream big." The industrialist has repeatedly praised the entrepreneurial spirit in small companies. Earlier this month, Mahindra shared a video from a YouTube channel called Amritsar Walking Tours, in which the vlogger talked about how two little boys run a small restaurant in town after the death of their father. Mahindra captioned the video: "These kids are some of the bravest I've ever seen.

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Arjun Kapoor shares insight into his fitness journey; Malaika Arora reacts

Arjun Kapoor is one of Bollywood's top actors at the moment. He enjoys a huge following and fans love to see him on screen. Well, the latter days actor has used his Instagram account to share his fitness journey. In the past, he'd even thanked his girlfriend, Malaika Arora, for introducing him to fitness. (Author: Gardener)

Arjun KapoorWell, the latter days actor has used his Instagram account to share his fitness journey. In the past, he'd even thanked his girlfriend, Malaika Arora, for introducing him to fitness. Today he took to his Instagram again to share a video of him working out and we bet it would give you the motivation you need. In the video you can see how she indulges in different forms of training. The video starts with him running on the treadmill, then he's seen doing some hand and leg exercises with his trainer. The actor can then be seen doing more cardio, skipping, squats, weightlifting and boxing. Sharing this video, he wrote: "It's not a race - it's a journey. #MondayMotivation #WorkInProgress.” Many actors, including his girlfriend Malaika Arora, commented with a muscle emoji. Meanwhile, on the work front, he has wrapped up his film Kuttey, which he will star in alongside Radhika Madan. The film will be directed by Aasmaan Bhardwaj son of Vishal Bhardwaj and this will be his directorial debut.

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Shilpa Shetty keeps pushing despite a lazy day at the gym

We are on the last Monday of the first month of 2022, which is January. Well, whether it's the first Monday or the last Monday, the Monday blues are always the same and there's no denying that. It takes a lot of struggle with ourselves to get us through the day. Well, Shilpa Shetty is going through the same feeling. Still, she shared a video of herself trying to get over that feeling... (Author: Gardener)

the last Monday of the first month of 2022Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Monday Motivation: Shilpa Shetty pushes herself despite a lazy day at the gym It's the last Monday of the first month of 2022, which is January. It takes a lot of struggle with ourselves to get us through the day. Well, Shilpa Shetty is going through the same feeling. However, she shared a video of herself trying to get over that feeling and just pushing herself to motivate her fans. Taking to her Instagram profile, she shared a video of her lying on the floor of her gym while her trainer stood next to her and laughed at her. says the Monday Motivation as she looked extremely tired and started chanting "maar daala" as she tried to get up. Sharing this video wrote: “Today's fitness session was as long as January 2022. The end of the month motivation is just to lay down on the mat and mentally prepare for the new month. Yes, I have days like that too. What about you all...how was January for you all? s sister Shamita Shetty was the third runner up and failed to make the top 3. Responding to the eviction of her younger sister Shamita, Shilpa Shetty said: "Whatever. God is great sabka malik ek hai and unko sab pata hai. Vo jo bhi decision leta hai saahi lete hai. Jo bhi hota hai acha ke liye hota hai. (God is great. You know everything, whatever happens, happens for the best.)” Shilpa Shetty shares a sun-kissed pic as she expresses her gratitude for life's little pleasures

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Rani Chatterjee gives Monday motivation while posing at the gym

Rani Chatterjee gave us some key fitness goals. Her frequent gym appearances and picture perfect body inspire us to hit the gym (Author: Gardener)

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