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Rachel Riley awaits a verdict on libel damage dispute with former Corbyn employee

Ms. Riley, a numbers expert on Channel 4 show Countdown, sued Laura Murray over a tweet posted over two years ago. (Author: Gardener)

Rachel RileyTV presenter Rachel Riley is waiting to find out if she won a compensation battle after suing a former Jeremy Corbyn employee for defamation. Ms. Riley, 35, a numbers expert for Channel 4 show Countdown, sued Laura Murray, who is in her early 30s, over a tweet posted over two years ago. A judge oversaw the case in the London High Court in May and is due to deliver a verdict on Monday. Mr Justice Nicklin heard the two women post tweets after Mr Corbyn, the Labor leader at the time, was hit by an egg while visiting a mosque in March 2019. Laura Murray arrives outside the Royal Courts of Justice (Dominic Lipinski / PA) (PA Wire.)) Ms. Murray tweeted in response to a tweet from the television host. Ms. Riley first posted a screenshot of a January 2019 tweet by Guardian columnist Owen Jones about an attack on former British National Party leader Nick Griffin that said, "I think solid life advice is if you don't want to that eggs are thrown at you, pretend it's not a Nazi. "Later, Ms. Murray tweeted," Today Jeremy Corbyn went to his local mosque to attend My Mosque Day and was attacked by a Brexiteer. Rachel Riley tweeted that Corbyn deserves to be violently assaulted for being a Nazi. Ms. Riley said she was sarcastic in her tweet, didn't call Mr. Corbyn a Nazi, and told the judge that Ms. Murray's tweet seriously damaged her reputation. Ms. Murray was a stakeholder manager in Mr. Corbyn's office when he was Labor leader and subsequently became the party's complainant before apprenticeship. Mr. Justice Nicklin ruled at an earlier hearing that Ms. Murray's tweet was defamatory. Rachel Riley with countdown co-stars Anne Robinson and Susie Dent (Rachel Joseph / Channel 4 / PA) (PA Media) He concluded that the tweet meant that Ms. Riley had "publicly stated" that Mr. Corbyn was attacked while visiting a mosque; that he "deserves to be violently attacked"; in doing so she had shown herself to be a “dangerous and stupid person” who had “incited risky violence”; and that people shouldn't "concern themselves with it." He was asked to see whether Ms. Riley's reputation had been seriously damaged and whether Ms. Murray was defending the truth, honest opinion, or the public interest. Ms. Riley, who studied mathematics at Oxford University and is currently on Countdown's maternity leave after giving birth in November, told the judge she was Jewish and “hates anti-Semitism”. She said she spoke out against anti-Semitism, thinking that the Corbyn-led Labor Party "promotes anti-Semitism". Ms. Murray told the judge that her job was to work with the Jewish community to "try to find solutions to the problem of anti-Semitism that has become evident in parts of Labor membership."

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Countdown's Rachel Riley has awarded £ 10,000 for a tweet from Jeremy Corbyn's former advisor

Countdown star Rachel Riley has awarded £ 10,000 in damages after a former Jeremy Corbyn employee wrote that she was "dangerous and stupid" despite one thing (Author: Gardener)

Rachel RileyCountdown star Rachel Riley has awarded £ 10,000 in damages after a former Jeremy Corbyn employee wrote she was "dangerous and stupid" despite a judge saying the TV host "provoked" the defendant. Riley and Laura Murray, who was Labor chief executive in Corbyn's office and later the party's complainant, tweeted after the former Labor chief was hit by an egg while visiting a mosque in March 2019. Riley first posted a screenshot of a tweet from Owen Jones, a columnist for The Guardian, about an attack on former British National Party leader Nick Griffin, who said, "I think decent life advice is if you don't want to Don't be a Nazi about being pelted with eggs. ”She added“ Good advice, ”with emojis of a red rose and an egg. Murray later tweeted, “Today Jeremy Corbyn went to his local mosque for Visit My Mosque Day and was attacked by a Brexiteer. Rachel Riley tweeted that Corbyn deserves to be violently assaulted for being a Nazi. Riley, 35, who is on maternity leave after giving birth in November of Countdown, complained about Murray's tweet, but the judge ruled she was entitled to justification but said the presenter's first tweet was "mischievous" and there was a "clear" element of provocation "on the part of the moderator. Riley said she was sarcastic in her tweet, did not refer to Corbyn as a Nazi, and told the judge that Murray's tweet seriously damaged her reputation. Justice Nicklin had ruled at an earlier hearing that Murray's tweet was defamatory. He concluded that Murray's tweet should be read as accusing Riley of "deserving to be violently assaulted" Corbyn and thereby proving Riley to be a "dangerous and stupid person" who "risked himself to." Incite the illegal ". Violence ”and that people shouldn't“ deal with it ”. The judge was asked to see in a previous trial whether Riley's reputation had been seriously damaged and whether Murray was defending the truth, honest opinion, or the public interest. I have determined that the posting of the defendant's tweet did significant damage to the plaintiff's reputation and I have dismissed the defendant's defense. "The good advice tweet contains a clear element of provocation, in the sense that the plaintiff must have readily recognized that the meaning of the good advice tweet was ambiguous and could at least be read in such a way that Jeremy Corbyn deserved it, to be it. ”excited because of his political views. "Plaintiff can hardly be surprised - and she can hardly complain - that the good advice tweet sparked the response, including the defendant's tweet." Riley had told the judge that she was Jewish and had a "hatred of anti-Semitism." "cherish. She said she spoke out against anti-Semitism, thinking that the Corbyn-led Labor Party "promotes [it]". Murray told the judge that her job was to work with the Jewish community to "try to find solutions to the problem of anti-Semitism that has become evident in parts of Labor membership." Riley said in a tweet that she was satisfied. "I am delighted to have won my defamation trial against Laura Murray, the former Labor Party complainant," she said.

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Countdown viewers defend Anne-Marie Imafidon from racists

Anne-Marie Imafidon, 31, born in London to Nigerian parents, was the youngest graduate of a Masters degree from Oxford at age 19 and spoke six languages. (Author: Gardener)

Anne-Marie ImafidonCountdown viewers have defended the quiz show's first black host after she was targeted by racist trolls on social media who claimed Channel 4 picked her for her skin color rather than her references. Anne-Marie Imafidon, 31, who was born in London to Nigerian parents, is temporarily replacing Rachel Riley on Channel 4's Countdown while the TV host is on maternity leave because of the birth of her second child. Elected most influential woman in IT in the UK in 2020, mathematician Anne-Marie made history as the youngest graduate of a Masters degree from Oxford at age 19 and graduated from high school as a computer scientist at just 11. She speaks six languages ​​and worked for banks like Goldman Sachs before founding Stemettes to help women pursue careers in the STEM field. Despite her performances, viewers had to defend her from racists who claimed she was given a part in the countdown to tick "boxes". Kanal 4 announced on Twitter that Anne-Marie will join Countdown on Monday December 13th. They shared a snap of Anne-Marie on the set of the show, writing, “TODAYS EPISODE… The amazing @aimafidon will be joining our countdown family for 60 episodes - stopping necklaces and some good old-fashioned arithmetic. Monday, December 13, 2021 - Channel 4 - 2:10 p.m. GMT. ' The post garnered over 300 likes while a number of separate threads surfaced where people debated the choice of who to host the channel. Among the backlash, one person wrote, "Something tells me that there are politically progressive motives behind the replacement of Rachel Riley." Another said, "That poor woman must be terrible to know that you didn't get the job because of your intelligence alone, but that the main reason was your skin color." Led the commentators, Dawn Butler MP, who defended Anne-Marie by listing her formidable qualifications, saying, “Before assuming anything negative based on someone's skin color, do your research. 2 A-Levels at 11, with 20 Masters degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Oxford. It's incredible, incredible women like Dr. See Anne-Marie Imafidon on a major TV channel. "There is so much racist crying that Dr. Imafidon is on the countdown and it would be stupid enough even if she wasn't a real genius," said a third. Another added, “If you've attended a government school, you have to be incredibly talented (like Anne-Marie Imafidon) or incredibly lucky to make it in public life. Anne-Marie was born in Barking, London, and is the eldest daughter of Professor Chris Imafidon, an ophthalmologist who emigrated from Nigeria and was responsible for promoting his daughter's lost talent. All five of his children have broken age records for educational qualifications, passed GCSEs by the age of six, and studied at universities such as Oxford and Harvard. Anne-Marie, 31, graduated from high school at the age of 11; Christiana, 28, passed GCSE math when she was nine; Samantha, 24, passed GCSEs in math and statistics at age six; while twins Paula and Peter, 21 years old, passed GCSE math at the age of six and high school graduation at the age of seven. During her time at St Savior Church Church of England Primary School, which is now an Academy for Converters, Anne-Marie achieved two A-Levels: math and computer science. She was the youngest girl to ever pass the computer science exam. In 2003, at the age of 13, she received a scholarship to study mathematics at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland. Two years later she was admitted to a course by the University of Oxford. At the age of 17 she began a master's degree in mathematics and computer science, which she completed before she was 20. She is the youngest graduate of a Masters degree. In addition to her exceptional mathematical talent, Anne-Marie has learned languages ​​and speaks six fluently. Professor Imafidon promoted sibling rivalry, awarded medals when his children were successful, and helped them learn computer games. After graduating from Oxford, Anne-Marie wrote an enviable résumé including positions at Goldman Sachs, Hewlett-Packard and Deutsche Bank. Nine years ago she founded Stemettes, an award-winning social initiative dedicated to inspiring and nurturing the next generation of young women in the STEM fields.

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Rachel Riley receives £ 10,000 in damages after suing ex-Corbyn employee for Twitter defamation

A judge said the TV host had a “right” to “justification” - but said that a tweet she posted contained a “clear element of provocation”. (Author: Gardener)

Rachel RileyTV presenter Rachel Riley has awarded £ 10,000 in damages from a high court judge after she sued a former aide to Jeremy Corbyn for defamation following an exchange on Twitter tweet Laura Murray, who is in her early 30s, posted more than two years ago has. Mr Justice Nicklin oversaw the London High Court case in May and pronounced a verdict on Monday. The judge said Ms. Riley was "entitled" to "justification" - but said the tweet she posted contained a "clear element of provocation". Laura Murray arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice (Dominic Lipinski / PA) (PA Wire) He had heard that both women had posted tweets after Mr Corbyn, the Labor leader at the time, heard an egg while visiting a mosque in March 2019 had been hit. Ms. Riley first posted a screenshot of a January 2019 tweet by Guardian columnist Owen Jones about an attack on former British National Party leader Nick Griffin, which said, "I think solid life advice is when you don't want to That being pelted with eggs is not a Nazi. "Later, Ms. Murray tweeted," Today Jeremy Corbyn went to Visit My Mosque Day at his local mosque and was attacked by a Brexiteer. Rachel Riley tweeted that Corbyn deserved to be violently attacked for being a Nazi. Ms. Riley said she was sarcastic in her tweet, calling Mr. Corbyn not a Nazi, and telling the judge that Ms. Murray's tweet seriously damaged her reputation. Ms. Murray was a stakeholder manager in Mr. Corbyn's office when he was Labor leader and subsequently became the party's complainant before apprenticeship, arguing that what she tweeted was true and hers was honest en reflect opinions. Justice Nicklin had ruled at an earlier hearing that Ms. Murray's tweet was defamatory. He concluded that the tweet meant that Ms. Riley had "publicly stated" that Mr. Corbyn had been attacked while visiting a mosque; that he "deserves to be violently attacked"; in doing so she had shown herself to be a “dangerous and stupid person” who had “incited risky violence”; and that people shouldn't "concern themselves with it." The judge was asked to see in the May trial whether serious damage had been done to Ms. Riley's reputation and whether Ms. Murray was defending the truth, honest opinion, or the public interest. "This case is unusual," said the judge in a written judgment on Monday. “It's essentially about two tweets: the good advice tweet and the defendant's tweet. "I have determined that the posting of the defendant's tweet did serious damage to the plaintiff's reputation and I have dismissed the defendant's defense." He added, "The plaintiff is therefore entitled to a claim for damages." Mr. Justice Nicklin said Ms. Murray's tweet "essentially" misrepresents what Ms. Riley said in the "good advice tweet". He rejected Mr. Riley's argument that Ms. Murray was "motivated by an improper purpose". "She made a mistake in the defendants' tweet by not including the tweet with good advice." Rachel Riley arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London (Dominic Lipinski / PA) (PA Archives) Mr Justice Nicklin said the publication of the "good advice tweet" could not be described as "bad behavior" by Ms. Riley. "The good advice tweet contains a clear element of provocation, in the sense that the plaintiff must have readily recognized that the meaning of the good advice tweet was ambiguous and could at least be read in such a way that Jeremy Corbyn deserved it, to be it. "incited because of his political views," said the judge. "Plaintiff can hardly be surprised - and can hardly complain - that the good advice tweet generated the response, including the defendant's tweet." He said these were "matters to consider when deciding on" reasonable " Compensation must be taken into account appropriately. Ms. Riley, who studied mathematics at Oxford University and is on maternity leave after Countdown's birth in November, had told the judge that she was Jewish and had "hatred of anti-Semitism". She said she spoke out against anti-Semitism, thinking that the Corbyn-led Labor Party "promotes anti-Semitism". Ms. Murray told the judge that her job was to work with the Jewish community to "try to find solutions to the problem of anti-Semitism that has become evident in parts of Labor membership." Ms. Riley said in a tweet that she was satisfied. "I am delighted to have won my defamation trial against Laura Murray, the former Labor Party complainant," she said.

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Countdown's Rachel Riley WINS £ 10,000 after defamation battle with Corbyn's ex-advisor

RACHEL Riley won her high court libel match with Jeremy Corbyn's ex-advisor over a "harmful" tweet. The 35-year-old countdown host has awarded £ 10,000 by a high court judge ... (Author: Gardener)

10,000RACHEL Riley won her High Court libel suit against Jeremy Corbyn's ex-advisor over a "harmful" tweet. The 35-year-old countdown host was awarded £ 10,000 by a high court judge after suing Laura Murray over the tweet published more than two years ago. Mr Justice Nicklin said Rachel was "entitled" to "justification" - but said that the tweet she posted contained "a clear element of provocation". Rachel said she was happy with the verdict. "I am delighted to have won my defamation trial against Laura Murray, former Labor Party complainant," she said on Twitter. The court heard both women tweeted after Corbyn, the Labor leader at the time, was hit by an egg while visiting a mosque in March 2019, the party's complainant before he went to apprenticeship. Rachel had posted a screenshot of a January 2019 tweet by Guardian columnist Owen Jones about an attack on former British National Party leader Nick Griffin that said, "I think sensible life advice is if you don't want to that eggs are thrown at you, pretend it's not a Nazi. "She added," Good advice, "with emojis of a red rose and an egg. Laura later tweeted," Today Jeremy Corbyn went to his local mosque to check out My Mosque Day and was attacked by a Brexiteer. "Rachel Riley tweeted that Corbyn deserves a violent assault for being a Nazi. Rachel, who studied mathematics at Oxford University, said she was in her tweet sarcastic, didn't call Corbyn a Nazi and told the judge that Laura's tweet had seriously damaged her reputation. At an earlier hearing, Justice Nicklin ruled Laura's tweet was defamatory and concluded that the Tweet meant Rachel "publicly stated" that Corbyn was attacked while visiting a mosque and that he "deserved to be violently attacked." He said the tweet also means people shouldn't get into her. Justice Nicklin was asked to check whether Rachel's reputation had been seriously damaged and whether Laura was defending the truth, honest opinion, or the public interest. The judge concluded that Rachel had proven that Laura's tweet had seriously damaged her reputation. In a written judgment today, the judge said: “This case is unusual. It mainly revolves around two tweets: the good advice tweet and the defendant's reputation tweet, and I have dismissed the defendant's defense. ”He added,“ The plaintiff is therefore entitled to compensation, ”Mr Justice Nicklin said Laura's tweet "essentially" misrepresents what Rachel said in the "good advice tweet" "She made a mistake in the defendant's tweet by not including the good advice tweet." Nicklin said the publication of Rachel's “good advice tweet” could not be described as “bad behavior.” The judge said, “The good advice tweet contains a clear element of provocation in the sense that the plaintiff would readily recognize must have that the meaning of the tweet with good advice was ambiguous and could at least be read in such a way that Jeremy Corbyn deserved to cheer on who because of his political views. "Plaintiff can hardly be surprised - and she can hardly complain - that the good advice tweet generated the response, including the defendant's tweet." Mr Justice Nicklin ended his verdict by saying, "This is not a case where the compensation claim plays an important role in confirming the plaintiff's reputation." The good advice tweet was ambiguous. "This verdict and reporting on it will make clear the justification to which the plaintiff is entitled, rather than just reporting a mere amount of compensation." With these factors in mind, along with the gravity of the allegation and the scope of its disclosure, I am the one Believes that the appropriate compensation is £ 10,000. "He said it would be on 10 am spoke out against anti-Semitism and thought that the Corbyn-led Labor Party" promotes anti-Semitism. "Laura told the judge that her work was with the Jewish community was linked to "trying to find solutions to the problem of anti-Semitism, which became evident in parts of the Labor Party membership".

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Star receives £ 10,000 in damages

TV presenter Rachel Riley, 35, has the right to “justification” based on a tweet posted by Laura Murray, 32, more than two years ago. (Author: Gardener)

10,000Rachel Riley was awarded £ 10,000 in damages in a High Court libel suit after suing a former Jeremy Corbyn employee for falsely accusing her of calling the former Labor chief a "Nazi". TV presenter Ms. Riley, 35, has the right to “justification” based on a tweet posted by Laura Murray, 32, more than two years ago. The dispute began after a Brexiteer smashed an egg on Mr Corbyn's head during a visit to Finsbury Park Mosque in north London on March 3, 2019. Ms. Riley, a numbers expert for Channel 4 show Countdown, initially posted a screenshot of a January 2019 tweet by Guardian columnist Owen Jones about an attack on former British National Party leader Nick Griffin, which said: "I think a solid life guide is if you don't want eggs thrown at you, don't be a Nazi." She added, "Good advice," with emojis of a red rose and an egg. Ms. Murray later tweeted, “Today Jeremy Corbyn went to his local mosque for Visit My Mosque Day and was attacked by a Brexiteer. Rachel Riley tweeted that Corbyn deserves to be violently assaulted for being a Nazi. Ms. Riley, who had become a vocal critic of Labour's handling of anti-Semitism allegations, said she was sarcastic in her tweet, calling Mr. Corbyn not a Nazi and telling the judge that Ms. Murray's tweet seriously damaged her reputation. Justice Nicklin concluded that Ms. Riley had demonstrated that Ms. Murray's tweet had seriously damaged her reputation. In a tweet, Ms. Riley said: “I am delighted to have won my defamation case against Laura Murray, the former Labor Party complainant. Jan 10, 2019: Former British National Party leader Nick Griffin tweeted that he had re-viewed footage of "100 extreme left thugs attacking a BNP-MEP press conference" in 2009) ". Mr Jones replied, saying, “I think a reasonable life guide is if you don't want eggs pelted at you, don't be a Nazi. Seems fair to me. "March 3rd, an egg is hurled at Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn at Finsbury Park Mosque. Rachel Riley later posts a screenshot of Owen Jones' egg tweet and says it was" good advice, "with a red emoji rose and an egg. On the same day, Laura Murray, a senior employee of the Labor leader at the time, tweeted: "Today Jeremy Corbyn went to Visit My Mosque Day at his local mosque and was attacked by a Brexiteer." Rachel Riley tweeted that Corbyn deserves it, To be assaulted forcibly for being a Nazi. "This woman is as dangerous as she is stupid. Ever." April 24, 2020: Ms. Riley wins first round in her high court defamation lawsuit over the tweet. Justice Nicklin says that an "allegation that a person publicly supported a violent attack on someone is clearly defamatory under common law". the plaintiff or has a tendency to do so ". simple factual statement and would be understood as such. "May 10, 2021: Ms. Riley tells the High Court that she could not sleep and was bombarded with verbal abuse after Jeremy Corbyn's former assistant claimed she said he" deserved it Be assaulted forcibly for “being a Nazi.” Dec. 20, 2021: Rachel Riley awarded £ 10,000 in damages after Mr Justice Nicklin ruled she was “entitled” to “justification.” Ms. Murray was a Stakeholder Manager in Mr Corbyn's office when he was Labor chief and then became the party's complaints officer before apprenticing, arguing that what she tweeted was true and reflected her honest opinions. Mr Justice Nicklin ruled one Earlier hearing that Ms. Murray's tweet was defamatory, which concluded that the tweet meant that Ms. Riley had "publicly stated" that Mr. Corbyn was with Visit to a mosque was attacked; that he deserved to be violently attacked; as a result, she had shown herself to be a "dangerous and stupid person" who had "incited unlawful violence"; and that people shouldn't bother with it. The judge was asked to determine whether Ms. Riley's reputation had been seriously damaged and whether Ms. Murray was defending the truth, honest opinion, or the public interest. Ms. Riley, who studied mathematics at Oxford University and is on Countdown's maternity leave after giving birth in November, told the judge she was Jewish and “hates anti-Semitism”. She said she spoke out against anti-Semitism, thinking that the Corbyn-led Labor Party "promotes anti-Semitism". Ms. Murray told the judge that her job was to work with the Jewish community to "try to find solutions to the problem of anti-Semitism that has become evident in parts of Labor membership." Ms. Riley had previously written in a statement: “I didn't tweet that Jeremy Corbyn deserved to be violently assaulted. “I was really offended that I was called 'dangerous and stupid' and that people were told to 'never' have anything to do with me. "I made a sarcastic, but in my opinion relevant and important, comment on Owen Jones, and a few hours later the defendant posted on Twitter that I was in favor of violence against Jeremy Corbyn because I said in her words that he was deserved it. " be attacked for being a Nazi. ' Ms. Riley claims Ms. Murray “whistled dog” to her compassionate Twitter followers to channel a “pile” of anger and hatred. She previously said in the High Court: "The allegations in the tweet made me vulnerable to physical assault, which is of course very worrying. Even now, the abuse has gone unchecked and my reputation has not been confirmed." Ms. Murray told the court that Ms. Riley was “deliberately provocative” by tweeting “good advice” the day Jeremy Corbyn was incited. She denied defaming Riley, arguing truthfully in her tweet, honest opinion and responsible publication. Ms. Murray told the court that all of the tweets she had seen said, “How can you call Jeremy Corbyn a Nazi?” and none of them say, “This is a comment on hypocrisy, this is a tweet on double standards ". When asked if she could see it was a" pile up, "she said," It seemed to me that it was a deliberate provocation that Jeremy Corbyn was attacked. "The tweet about Nazis under attack, saying 'Good advice', 'If you don't want to be incited, don't be a Nazi'. 'And it got this reaction, a lot of people said,' Jeremy Corbyn is not a Nazi, that's not a fair comparison '. "Given that many, many people are so critical of Rachel Riley, the purpose of my tweet was to advise as many as they would listen, '' Don't get involved '' '' It's a waste of time '' ' 'Nobody benefits from it' '' 'It's a huge waste of emotional resources''.

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FC Bayern Munich vs. VfL Wolfsburg in the live stream

FC Bayern Munich versus VfL Wolfsburg in the livestream: Watch the Bundesliga online on FuboTV or bet365. Game on Friday, December 17th, 2021. (Author: Gardener)

FC Bayern MunichThere are two excellent legal ways to stream Bayern Munich live against VfL Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga. In Great Britain and Ireland you can see FC Bayern Munich versus VfL Wolfsburg in the live stream on bet365. In the USA, the Bundesliga match can be seen on Fubo TV. At bet365 you can watch FC Bayern Munich versus VfL Wolfsburg live in the Bundesliga live stream. - Go to the "In-Play" link at the top of the homepage and watch the game. Bayern Munich versus VfL Wolfsburg can be seen in Great Britain and Ireland. The German Bundesliga on bet365 is available worldwide, except for Austria, Chinese Taipei, Switzerland, Germany, Guam, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico and the USA. If you are in America, you can watch Bayern Munich versus VfL Wolfsburg online on FuboTV. Bayern will welcome VfL Wolfsburg to this Bundesliga match in the Allianz Arena on Friday. Bayern Munich enters the game with a series of 4 wins in a row. Stern des Südens defeated VfB Stuttgart in the last league game away from home. Expected goals of 5 to 1 in favor of Bayern Munich show that they were worth the result. Serge Gnabry was instrumental in the win, scored a hat trick and scored the other 2 of Bayern's 5 goals against VfB Stuttgart. These were Gnabry's first two assists this season in the league for Bayern Munich. Your opponent on Friday, VfL Wolfsburg, went into a series of 5 league games without a win. From the last 6 Bundesliga games they got 4 out of a maximum of 18 points. From the last 6 Bundesliga games they got 4 out of a maximum of 18 points. The Wolves lost their last league game at home against Cologne. Expected goals of 3.1 to 2.4 in favor of FC Köln suggest that it may have been a fair result. After two lead by Lukas Nmecha and Wout Weghorst in the game, Wolfsburg really should have done more to get something out of this game. The end result of the game was 2-3. The end result of the game was 2-3. Only Furth has fewer points than Wolfsburg in the last 6 games. Home win. Form of FC Bayern Munich against VfL Wolfsburg - VfB Stuttgart - Bayern Munich - 0: 5 - Bayern Munich - FSV Mainz - 2: 1 - Bayern Munich - FC Barcelona - 3: 0 - Borussia Dortmund - Bayern Munich - 2: 3 last game last 5 games: l Bayern Munich - VfL Wolfsburg - 4: 0 l Bayern Munich - VfL Wolfsburg - 4: 0 l VfL Wolfsburg - VfB Stuttgart - 0: 2 l VfL Wolfsburg - Lille OSC - 1: 3 l FSV Mainz - VfL Wolfsburg - 3: 0 Last 5 games for Bayern Munich Last 5 games for VfL Wolfsburg VfB Stuttgart VfB Stuttgart UEFA Champions League 21/22 UEFA Champions League 21/22 Bayern Munich vs VfL Wolfsburg Bundesliga 21/22 Form Games played Games won Goal attempts Kills Goal Shots into free corners Defended shots Free kicks Shots on the post Shots on the crossbar Goals on foot Goals by head Goals scored Goals conceded Bayern Munich vs VfL Wolfsburg Statistics of most recent head-to-head games Games Home games Away games Total number of goals Average of the last erzi eleven goals 5 matches & match results between Bayern Munich and VfL Wolfsburg Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bundesliga 19/20 Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich Bayern Munich VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg - 101 great goals can earn commissions through links on this page. Note that all of our reviewers are rewarded for contributing content to 101 Great Goals.

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The biggest controversies between Alec and Hilaria after the couple was stopped by the police

HILARIA Baldwin beat up trolls last week who she accused of "creating drama" for her troubled movie star husband Alec. But the couple made a lot of drama for themselves and were ... (Author: Gardener)

Alec and HilariaHILARIA Baldwin beat up trolls last week who she accused of "creating drama" for her troubled movie star husband Alec. Over the weekend, The Sun shared how Alec and Hilaria were stopped by police officers in the Hamptons. Alec, 63, sat in his Range Rover while yoga instructor Hilaria, 37, was interviewed by roadside officers. The couple made their way to their Long Island retreat after it was revealed that the FBI received an arrest warrant to confiscate his phone while investigating a fatal shootout. Earlier this month, Hilaria said her husband suffered from PTSD following the tragic accident on the set of his film Rust. It was the latest in a long line of controversy for the 30-minute rock star and mother of six. Baldwin earned the nickname Angry Alec during a tumultuous career overshadowed by high-profile public outbursts and paparazzi brawls. In October, Baldwin was holding a prop gun when it fired a sharp bullet, killing cameraman Halyna Hutchins, 42, and wounding director Joel Souza. Hours later, he was seen sobbing on the phone outside a police station in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Baldwin, producer and star, later recalled cocking the revolver and letting go of the hammer while rehearsing a scene but "didn't pull the trigger." Yesterday, Halyna's father told The Sun that he believed the star was at least "partly responsible" for her death after saying it was not to blame. Former submarine captain Anatoly Androsovych said, "I understand that Baldwin fired the shot from his hand, so it is difficult for me to understand how he cannot be made responsible for my daughter's death." Alec and Hilaria were criticized as "deaf" just a week after filming for celebrating Halloween with their children on Instagram. Hilaria got into a storm of her own a year ago after being accused of using a false Spanish accent and lying about her upbringing. Alec furiously hit back at the criticism on Instagram, calling it "Just a lot of shit". was previously sued by a member of her yoga class who claimed he suffered long-term injuries from falling through a glass window. Hilaria later yelled at him on the street, accusing him of traumatizing her with the legal case, a buddy told The Sun. Baldwin won one of his three Emmy Awards for his star turn, who impersonated Donald Trump in a series of Saturday Night Sketches. He said: "Bury Trump in a Nazi cemetery and put a swastika on his grave. Previously, he had defended his decision to ridicule Trump on SNL while the president was hospitalized with Covid. He said he did not, if Trump had been “really, seriously ill.” Baldwin was charged with assault after slapping one man in the face in a row over a parking lot in November 2018. The actor is said to have raged after the Saab driver was jammed in a parking space He was about to park his Cadillac on escalation in Manhattan. Police said the two men argued and pushed each other before Baldwin became violent and the 49-year-old driver was hospitalized with jaw pain. But Baldwin claimed the reports were false and denied beating the other man, but later sued the victim for defamation, claiming his prisoner was The wrong report of the attack resulted in his being "falsely detained and charged with a crime he did not commit". Baldwin was also arrested in 2014 after allegedly berating a police officer who tried to charge him for riding his bike the wrong way in New York. While in custody, Baldwin is said to have asked his superior: "How old are these officers that they don't know who I am?" In August 2013, Baldwin was pictured wrestling with a photographer for the New York Daily News and hanging him on a hood. Hilaria is said to have fled his anger to a café. The actor furiously confronted the snapper, accusing him of chasing him and his wife and their newborn baby in Manhattan. Pictures by another photographer show Baldwin holding the other man by the collar and pushing him over a parked car. A year earlier, Baldwin was pictured allegedly "nudging" a photographer who showed up after receiving his 2012 marriage certificate for Hilaria. He claimed the star attacked him "like an angry bull". And in 1995, the Miami Blues star was sued over an argument with another photographer when he and then-wife Kim Basinger returned from hospital with three-day-old daughter Ireland. The couple shared a heated exchange before the actor allegedly punched the other man on the nose. Baldwin hit the headlines again with Ireland after leaving a damning voicemail to his daughter, who was then just 11 years old. Baldwin plunged into vicious hate speech for almost two minutes after Ireland checked one of its calls. He called her a "rude, thoughtless piggy" and added, "You don't have the brains or the decency as a person." Once again, I fucked myself up trying to get on a phone. The actor apologized, and Ireland reportedly accepted this in response to her father's frustration over a custody battle with Kim. Eight years later, the couple even joked about it when Ireland posted a photo of him reading her a book called If I Were A Pig. Baldwin was booted by an American Airlines jet in 2011 after refusing to turn off his iPad for takeoff while playing a round of Words With Friends. He allegedly got angry with the cabin crew and slammed a toilet door so hard that the pilots on the flight deck were alerted. Baldwin raved about it on Twitter, saying the airline was "the place where 1950s Catholic high school teachers find flight attendant jobs". His spokesperson made it easy: "He loves Words With Friends so much that he was ready to get off a plane for it." However, other passengers alleged that he was also on the phone and not just playing a game, and one crew member alleged that he had become "violent and aggressive". In June 2013, Baldwin was accused of homophobia after defending Hilaria when a reporter alleged she tweeted during the funeral of Sopranos star James Gandolfini. In a curse directed at the journalist, he raged on Twitter: “Someone wrote that my wife tweeted at a funeral. But I'll tweet at your funeral ... Five months later, Baldwin was caught on a tape yelling at a photographer and calling him "c *** sucking f ***" in front of his apartment. Baldwin denied making the comment, but his MSNBC talk show Up Late With Alec Baldwin was pulled out of thin air. In 2011 he was accused of calling a Starbucks barista an "uptight queen" and in 2012 he called the editor of the New York Daily News an "English queen". In 1997 he is said to have called a carriage driver in Central Park "f **** t".

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Riyad Mahrez says goodbye to Man City, Samuel Chukwueze under the gates in the masterclass

Riyad Mahrez was Africa's top star in Europe this weekend when the Premier League was signed before Christmas. (Author: Gardener)

Riyad MahrezRiyad Mahrez was Africa's star in Europe this weekend when the Premier League was signed before Christmas. Amid a Prem schedule devastated by COVID-19 cases and postponements, Romain Saiss shone again when Wolverhampton Wanderers neutralized Chelsea while Samuel Chukwueze was also on the scorers' list in Spain. Man City had scored 106 Premier League goals so far this calendar year - a club record and the best by an English premier league club since 1963. The curtain falls on a remarkable year in which few City players are as irresistible as Algeria's Mahrez. The attacker has now scored five goals in their last three games, followed by one in the defeat at RB Leipzig and one goal and assist against Leeds United mid-week with another strong performance against Newcastle on Sunday. His most recent run contrasts with his recent on-goal efforts, where a sensational performance against Paris Saint-Germain in late November did not completely obscure an eight-game run in which he only scored a single goal and didn't make a single assist. City barely had to work up a sweat to beat Newcastle or their new head coach Eddie Howe, who have lost each of their 11 games against the club. Mahrez flexed his creative muscles early on to prepare Joao Cancelo for City's runner-up in the 27th minute; the pair exchanged quick passes before the full-back sent a 20-yarder behind Martin Dubravka. There was initial confusion when officials on the field ruled the offside strike only for VAR to override Martin Atkinson's decision and award the goal - City's third in a 4-0 win - to the 30-year-old. "We just have to keep going and we are in a very good moment," said Mahrez after the game. "We just try to take one game at a time and try to win it." The numbers at the end, when we're gaining a lot of wins, it's nice to know, but the most important thing is to just get on with the next game. "City's win means that they can enjoy Christmas Day at the top of the table; they have the league with them won two previous occasions, which she won on the 25. I just believe in winning games and trying to get through to the end. " Amid the many talking points and controversies that accompanied the reaction to Liverpool's entertaining draw at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, Mohamed Salah's performance - and missing goal contribution - has gone under the radar. Against Newcastle United during the week, the Egyptian superstar took the lead for the Reds after 25 minutes, setting a Premier League record. His efforts expanded his streak of either scored or assisted prem games to 15, which was a record held by Jamie Vardy during Leicester City's memorable 2015-16 season. Salah could have broken that record by extending his run against Spurs, but delivered an unusually subdued performance when Jurgen Klopp's side lost points at New White Hart Lane, infuriating the Fantasy Premier League players. The striker was still involved in the Liverpool goals - and controversy - when his deflected shot was blown away by Hugo Lloris in the 69th minute. Spurs protested that Salah acted in preparation, but the referee's decision was not challenged by the VAR and the goal was scored ... much to the chagrin of the hosts. His run was over, but it was another crucial - if dubious - contribution of the formally strong attacker. He is supported in double digits this season by Diogo Jota, who scored his sixth header, this season. This is the first time since 1979 that two Liverpool players have scored 10 or more goals for the club before Christmas. Sadio Mane defeated a nervous Emerson Royal largely in the tussle between the two on Liverpool's left while Naby Keita undermined a lively performance in which he forced Hugo Lloris to make a lovely save by taking a booking for the simulation. Also in the prem, Morocco's Romain Saiss slacked off his match winner against Brighton & Hove Albion with a sovereign performance in the middle of the week when Wolves defeated Chelsea 0-0. Only Liverpool and Man City - one goal each - have broken the rear of Saiss and Old Gold in the last seven games. It was a game with few chances, with Chelsea largely neutralized by Saiss' heroic defensive performances. Not only did he register five interceptions at height, but he also cleared the ball five times (no one did this more often) and completed three successful tackles during the contest. The Atlas Lion was praised by team-mate Ruben Neves for attacking strength after its mid-week winner against Brighton, but here Saiss reminded watchers why he should be considered one of Prem's most underrated defenders. His form may have been questioned recently, but the Senegal stop's contribution to a memorable 2021 for Chelsea was recognized on Monday when he was named Chelsea Fans' Footballer of the Year. The final game in an exhausted Premier League program this weekend on Elland Road, where Leeds United troubles continued as they were beaten 4-1 by Arsenal. The striker has been named to Gabon's Nations Cup squad and with the teams coming together in late December, it remains to be seen whether the former Gunners talisman will be used again for the club. At the other end of his Prem career, Gambian youngster Cody Drameh made his full debut for Leeds as a right-back demolition by Manchester City. Finally to Spain, where Samuel Chukwueze was again among the goals when Villarreal beat Real Sociedad 3-1. The combination of Unai Emery's desire not to bring the Nigerian winger back too soon after his injury and the good performances of the other Yellow Sub attackers meant the 22-year-old had a frustrating start to the season. All of his 13 appearances in the Spanish LaLiga and Champions League this season have taken place on the bench, although Emery moved to the winger half an hour before the end of the game on Saturday, with the two teams tied 1-1, rewarding his manager with Villarreal's third. Despite his limited playing time, the Wideman has already scored five goals in all competitions this season and could still be an important win for Nigeria at next month's Africa Cup of Nations.

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West Brom player ratings like Windsor & Faal impress after defeat

Albion remains in third place and has a lot to do in the second half of the season (Author: Gardener)

Windsor & FaalWest Brom were defeated in an entertaining encounter with leaders Fulham in the last PL2 game before Christmas. Adrion Pajaziti's stunner opened the gate for the Cottagers, who are running away with this league this season, but Albion responded with Mo Faal's low finish. That parity lasted 60 seconds before Sonny Hilton restored the away team's lead, but Jamie Andrews converted a penalty won by Reyes Cleary to ensure Albion didn't go behind. Olli O’Neill's rapid-fire double in the second half, however, paid the bills. It just really confirmed Fulham's dominance, not just tonight but in this campaign as a whole. Albion remains in third place and has a lot to do in the second half of the season. Controlled the area well enough, although he was vulnerable to many shots at goal in the first half, most of them at goal. An important challenge arose in the first half, when Fulham began to get the game under control, then another in the second period. He was caught from behind with loft balls once or twice when Fulham attacked Albion's high line in numbers, but he made a brilliant recovery once to obliterate the threat. For a young defender against a talented frontline who was quick and agile, Williams got along pretty well for the most part. Aerially won a lot but Fulham are a good team on the ground and caused a lot of worries for Albion's back three over the course of the evening. Some of his balls along the canals were menacing, but while Ashworth can usually affect games from the deep, this was the kind of night he had a lot to defend on. He was often on the alert, but the two goals in the second half fell to the left side of Albion's defense. As left full-back tonight, he had to defend what he otherwise wouldn't have to do if he played in the top three. Delivered an excellent ball on the head of Faal, whose header was brilliantly blocked. Lots of energy and willpower in the middle of Teixeira, who once chased a middle half to the byline and forced an Albion throw-in. Very busy in midfield but he and Teixeira struggled at times to contain the tide of the Fulham waves when they hit their oars in the first half. Some of his passes were impressive and he gave the goalkeeper no chance with his emphatic penalty. Was more of a fight in the second half, but remained positive on the ball. Two assists - one from the penalty won - are not to be expected. Fought when he switched to the nine and was on the periphery in the second half. Looked very sharp in the first half, perhaps the best of the first three early doors. Moved the ball quickly, was able to navigate out of tight spaces and his passing game in the last third resulted in good openings. Good feet for a tall man, as they say. Part of his tight control was very good, playing at the forefront of the forwards. Couldn't have come much closer with his header before he finally scored. The ball gave Cleary a chance and a shot on goal.

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