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” Also read:?18 at the time of his ban and garnered widespread sympathy,has staged an international comeback Butt’s remarkable form since his return — scoring 536 inseven one-day cup matches last year and 350 in eight Twenty20games — has put him back in the running especially givenPakistan’s paucity of batting resources “There is no bar on Butt’s selection” said Ahmed “Ourselection committee can select any player” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon: Heralded as Liverpool’s saviour when he was appointed two years ago Jurgen Klopp has cut an increasingly tetchy figure in recent weeks as the Reds boss struggles to find the winning formula at Anfield File image of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp AFP In contrast to his success with Borussia Dortmund Klopp is still looking for his first silverware in England and after a 1-1 draw at Newcastle on Sunday Liverpool are already languishing seven points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City Klopp’s side have won only one of their past seven matches in all competitions and his record to date compares unfavourably to his Liverpool predecessor Brendan Rodgers’ statistics over the same period With in-form rivals Manchester United due on Merseyside for Liverpool’s next match on 14 October Klopp must use the international break to solve his team’s damaging problems Here’s a closer look at the issues that threaten to derail Liverpool’s season: Lack of cutting edge If Klopp’s colourful description of goals being "the mother of football" is correct then Liverpool are in danger of being orphaned With 137 chances created Liverpool have had the most opportunities to score of any Premier League team this season but have netted only 13 times While Manchester United Chelsea and Arsenal all splashed out on forwards in the close-season Klopp opted against signing a penalty box predator and the decision looks like coming back to haunt him Out-of-favour forward Daniel Sturridge is often on the bench and Liverpool are paying for their lack of cutting edge Anfield legend Jamie Carragher said: "You take it back to Manchester United last season in terms of having a lot of games where they didn’t score and had lots of chances "At the end of the season they just went and bought Lukaku and it looks like that problem at the moment is fixed Liverpool didn’t fix the problems that needed fixing" Defensive mishaps Only two Premier League teams have conceded more goals than Liverpool this season with the 12 allowed by Klopp’s leaky rearguard a stark contrast to their title rivals Manchester City and Manchester United have let in only two goals each with Tottenham (five) and Chelsea (six) also far more solid Klopp is clearly aware of Liverpool’s defensive malaise as he spent most of the close-season engaged in a failed attempt to sign Southampton centre-back Virgil van Dijk Dejan Lovren Joel Matip Ragnar Klavan Alberto Moreno and Joe Gomez comprise a distinctly flawed unit with Klopp’s commitment to attack also leaving his defenders with little protection from the midfield "If they keep defending the way they are at the minute they’ve got no chance (of winning the title) The goals they are conceding are far too easy" former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland said Calamity keepers Klopp’s decision to rotate goalkeepers Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius has exposed his lack of a true number one Mignolet has endured a difficult time at Anfield since joining from Sunderland in 2013 and his penchant for costly mistakes convinced Klopp to sign Karius from Mainz last year to push the Belgian international So far the move has not had the desired effect Mignolet is no more convincing and Karius has made a blunder or two himself Karius’s failure to keep out Fernando’s long-range free-kick in Liverpool’s draw against Spartak Moscow last week brought fresh criticism but Klopp remains defiant "I don’t understand how you can talk after a game like this about this one situation I don’t think it was a mistake but probably you have another opinion" he said Keeping Coutinho happy Given Liverpool’s problems with turning possession into points arguably Klopp’s biggest concern will be keeping Coutinho motivated after the Brazil forward was denied his wish to join Barcelona Coutinho handed in a transfer request in a bid to force Klopp to sell him before the transfer deadline but even when Barca’s bids climbed over 100 million Liverpool refused to budge Forced to return to Liverpool the 25-year-old has kept his frustrations in check so far scoring three times in his past three appearances including a long-range rocket at Newcastle at the weekend Klopp must ensure Coutinho retains that focus for Liverpool to have any chance of a successful season "He has put his frustration into games and is playing with freedom He has been fantastic" Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson said "We all love him A lot of things happen in football Phil has been brilliant" he added ‘Elano’s beautiful pass finds Mendoza who scores for Chennaiyin’ This has been the standard protocol already for four of the six goals scored by John Stiven Mendoza in this season’s Indian Super League for Chennaiyin FC Guess what Eachof Elano Blumer’s fours assists was for the Colombian striker The understanding between these two has improved manifoldthis season and it is a pure joy to watch them exchange passes with panache atthe edge of the opponent’s penalty box Even when Mendoza tires occasionally due to his tremendous work rate Elano neatly complements him by driving forward while the Colombian drops deep The freedom that they both enjoy with regard to their positions has added a new level of menace to FC Chennaiyin File picture of Elano Sportzpics This has not come about simply by the efforts of these two alone Chennaiyin followed last season’s blueprint of starting with two strikers upfront for the first two matches — first Jeje and Mendoza then Fikru and Balwant Both matches ended up with Chennaiyin on the losing side In the third match against FC Goa following the trend Jayesh Rane partnered Mendoza What has transpired since is that it has clearly provided more stability to the Chennaiyin team Jayesh has started everymatch since He is more of a left-winger who constantly tracks back to help the defence His forays down the left going forward have served to stretch the opponent’s defence He also floats in when the attack is from the other flank One such move is what resulted in an Elano goal and another of his shots rebounded off the post for Mendoza to tap in Thoi Singh on the other wing who is also quickly becoming a crowd favourite exhibits tremendous pace and guile causing nightmares to the defence As a consequence to this change in strategy the fullbacks on either side have been brought into play more often The acres of space on the flanks usually were exploited by Bernard Mendy with his marauding runs forward last season But this time around he hasn’t had to worry about that All four — Abhishek Das Sena Ralte Mehrajudin Wadoo and Dhanachandra Singh — seem happy to provide that extra width to the Chennaiyin attack Dhanachandra’s Rory Delap-like long throw adds a completely new dimension to the Chennaiyin strikeforce The change in formation was summed up by coach Vivek Nagul who in reply to a question from Firstpost said "We wanted to try out different combinations If this gets us three points every match then we will stick to it" FC Chennaiyin will hope to continue their winning ways in similar fashion Istanbul: The leaders of Turkey and Bulgaria are due to reopen the Bulgarian St Stephen’s Churchon Sunday in Istanbul after seven years of restoration in a gesture of harmony in an often turbulent relationship between the two neighbours The Bulgarian Orthodox church in Balat a historic Istanbul neighbourhood on the shores of the Golden Horn traditionally home to Christians and Jews was built in 1898 after its original wooden structure was destroyed in a fire The historical Bulgarian Sveti Stefan Church or " Iron Church" will be opened in Istanbul Saturday AP Made out of cast iron the iconic ornate building has been dubbed the "Iron Church" For President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who hosts Bulgaria’s conservative Prime Minister Boyko Borisov the ceremony will be a riposte to charges that Turkey’s Islamic-rooted government does not do enough to protect the rights of Christian minorities and their heritage It is also seen as a sign of appeasement after a spat erupted in spring in the run-up to Bulgarian elections and a Turkish referendum on expanding Erdogan’s power Bulgaria which holds the rotating EU presidency for the next six months shares a 270-kilometre border with Turkey Turkey is home to more than 200000 ethnic Turks with Bulgarian passports who left Bulgaria during the communist era Around a third of them regularly turn out for Bulgarian elections with the last ballot taking place on 26 March Bulgaria meanwhile is home to a 700000-strong ethnic Turkish minority a legacy of the Ottoman empire Sofia had accused Ankara of meddling in its March polls summoning Turkey’s ambassador and recalling its own envoy from Turkey for consultations Meanwhile the main party representing the Turkish minority in Bulgaria had denounced Turkey’s April vote on granting Erdogan sweeping powers as "madness" But in a show of cooperation Bulgaria and Turkey co-funded St Stephen’s restoration one of the world’s oldest prefabricated cast iron churches The iron elements were produced in Austria in the 19th century and shipped to Istanbul through the Danube and the Black Sea Vasil Liaze president of a foundation overseeing the church told Turkish media that the church had been restored under so-called rules of reciprocity This means that Sofia has given the green light for the Cuma (Friday) Mosque in Bulgaria’s second city of Plovdiv to be restored in return In a key trip to neighbouring Greece in December Erdogan said the rights of Turkish-speaking Muslim minorities should be safeguarded Istanbul also insists it has passed reforms to improve minorities’ rights including legislation allowing minority groups to buy and renovate their properties In June 2014 when he was prime minister Erdogan said that the government had returned to minority foundations their confiscated assets worth over $2 billion But opponents say Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party have done little to expand rights for minorities and showed intolerance for dissenting voices Pyongyang:Tens of thousands of Pyongyang residents were gathered in the capital’s Kim Il-Sung Square on Saturday to laud leader Kim Jong-Un’s denunciation of US president Donald Trump Such set-piece rallies organised by the authorities are a regular feature of political life in Pyongyang and are intended as a physical demonstration of popular support for the leadership Students in white shirts and red ties held up the red flag of the ruling Workers’ Party with a yellow ink brush representing intellectuals a hammer for the workers and a sickle for the peasantry Ranks of workers and residents listened their fists clenched as speakers repeated Kim’s denigration of Trump as "mentally deranged" and a "dotard" The US president dubbed Kim "Rocket Man" in a speech at the United Nations last week in which he threatened to "totally destroy" the North if it attacked the US or its allies Thousands of North Koreans gathered at Kim Il Sung Square to attend a mass rally against America on Saturday AP In a statement on Friday Kim responded by saying that "a frightened dog barks louder" and Trump would "pay dearly" for his comments – triggering the US head of state to describe him as a "madman" On one side of the square a giant poster depicted innumerable red missiles plunging towards a collapsing US Capitol with the slogan "Korea’s Answer" The bellicose rhetoric between Kim and Trump has become increasingly personal and raised fears of miscalculation in the standoff over the North’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles "I would like to put down my pen and take up arms again to perform my duty to defend the fatherland" said Pyongyang Mechanical University student Ri Il Ung 24 "Trump is a warmonger and a backstreet gangster" he added "It’s quite ridiculous that such a person could become a politician" Ordinary North Koreans normally only ever express officially-approved sentiments when speaking to international media The North Korean regime is intensely militaristic and bases its claim to legitimacy on defending the country from external aggression and analysts say that Trump’s comments are grist to its mill Kim is also using the drama to reinforce his leadership they add Pyongyang insists it needs nuclear arms to protect itself from a US invasion and carried out its sixth atomic test earlier this month earning itself an eighth set of United Nations Security Council sanctions It has also tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles that appeared to bring much of the US mainland into range and regularly issues bloodcurdling threats Thousands of people marched through the square past portraits of Kim’s predecessors his father and grandfather Kim Jong-Il and Kim Il-Sung behind a banner proclaiming: "Let us safeguard with our lives the central committee of the party headed by the great comrade Kim Jong-Un" Environmental protection ministry official Han Kwang Nam told AFP: "We fear nothing we are not afraid because we have the greatest ever general the respected Supreme Leader Comrade Kim Jong-Un "We will surely gain victory" I think that is why working with the right director for the right character is important for an actor to grow, Half Girlfriend, Health minister Dr A K Walia exhorted the striking contractual employees to resume their duties and go house to house to ensure patients continue to take their stipulated medicines. Accusing the civic bodies of not fulfilling their responsibility, then transform my face like a Japanese, 35. Tejesh Depala scored 10 points. Korea inflicted the second all out of the match to lead 23-3 after 17 minutes.
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