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A 10-man Sydney FC have avoided their first A-League defeat and their second to Melbourne City in 10 days, saved by a late Bobo penalty that cancelled out Fernando Brandans first-half screamer.The Sky Blues, out for revenge after being bettered by their interstate rivals in last weeks FFA Cup final, mostly controlled Friday nights rematch at ANZ Stadium but again lacked the attacking ruthlessness to put City away.What they did do is secure an important point that keeps them undefeated in 10 weeks and six points clear ahead of John van t Schips men at the summit.The 1-1 stalemate lacked a crowd - 14,668 turned up - but wasnt short of drama as Sydney had a goal rightly disallowed and a penalty appeal waved away, while Brandan offered this weekends diving antics when he hit the deck after Rhyan Grant made contact with his head in the second half.All that was before Josh Brillante was given his marching orders 20 minutes from time following a second yellow card for a late challenge on Neil Kilkenny.How Sydney were not ahead at the break was anyones guess as they moved forward dangerously and opened up Citys vulnerable defence with ease.The industrious Grant could have scored more than once and would have nicked the opener had his strike not been disallowed after it caught Bobos hip in an offside position on the way to the net.Perhaps spurred by the near-concession, Citys Nicolas Colazo took a brilliant free kick that hit the far post as Sky Blues goalkeeper Danny Vukovic watched helplessly.The Argentine continued his superb form to set countryman Brandan up for an opening goal that was just as stunning as it was unlikely.Against the run of play, Brandan ran on to Colazos through ball, took a deft touch surrounded by Sky Blues shirts and blasted a brutal strike from outside the box.Sydney, behind for just the second time this season, scrambled for an equaliser that would have promptly arrived only for Dean Bouzanis to smartly deny Milos Dimitrijevics free kick.Coach Graham Arnold was then incensed as cries for a penalty were waved away when Seb Ryall went down inside the box, his frustration only swelling when referee Kris Griffiths-Jones called back play for a foul on Bobo while Sydney had a clear vantage point.Arnold, also frustrated by Filip Holoskos ineffectiveness, dragged his marquee off on the hour mark and installed the lively Bernie Ibini.When Brillante copped his second yellow card on 73 minutes, they chased they game a man down and Bobo finally found joy by milking a soft penalty after Jakobsen grabbed his shirt.Despite Tim Cahills introduction with six minutes remaining, there would be no breakthrough for either team.A 10-man Sydney FC have avoided their first A-League defeat and their second to Melbourne City in 10 days, saved by a late Bobo penalty that cancelled out Fernando Brandans first-half screamer.The Sky Blues, out for revenge after being bettered by their interstate rivals in last weeks FFA Cup final, mostly controlled Friday nights rematch at ANZ Stadium but again lacked the attacking ruthlessness to put City away.What they did do is secure an important point that keeps them undefeated in 10 weeks and six points clear ahead of John van t Schips men at the summit.The 1-1 stalemate lacked a crowd - 14,668 turned up - but wasnt short of drama as Sydney had a goal rightly disallowed and a penalty appeal waved away, while Brandan offered this weekends diving antics when he hit the deck after Rhyan Grant made contact with his head in the second half.All that was before Josh Brillante was given his marching orders 20 minutes from time following a second yellow card for a late challenge on Neil Kilkenny.How Sydney were not ahead at the break was anyones guess as they moved forward dangerously and opened up Citys vulnerable defence with ease.The industrious Grant could have scored more than once and would have nicked the opener had his strike not been disallowed after it caught Bobos hip in an offside position on the way to the net.Perhaps spurred by the near-concession, Citys Nicolas Colazo took a brilliant free kick that hit the far post as Sky Blues goalkeeper Danny Vukovic watched helplessly.The Argentine continued his superb form to set countryman Brandan up for an opening goal that was just as stunning as it was unlikely.Against the run of play, Brandan ran on to Colazos through ball, took a deft touch surrounded by Sky Blues shirts and blasted a brutal strike from outside the box.Sydney, behind for just the second time this season, scrambled for an equaliser that would have promptly arrived only for Dean Bouzanis to smartly deny Milos Dimitrijevics free kick.Coach Graham Arnold was then incensed as cries for a penalty were waved away when Seb Ryall went down inside the box, his frustration only swelling when referee Kris Griffiths-Jones called back play for a foul on Bobo while Sydney had a clear vantage point.Arnold, also frustrated by Filip Holoskos ineffectiveness, dragged his marquee off on the hour mark and installed the lively Bernie Ibini.When Brillante copped his second yellow card on 73 minutes, they chased the game a man down and Bobo finally found joy by milking a soft penalty after Jakobsen grabbed his shirt.Despite Tim Cahills introduction with six minutes remaining, there would be no breakthrough for either team.Van t Schip felt Bobo should have been given a red card instead of a yellow for a crude studs-up challenge on Ivan Franjic minutes before Sydneys penalty, which he believed shouldnt have been awarded.In my opinion it wasnt a penalty, I think its compensating for the red card, he said.Were disappointed we couldnt hold the 1-0 until the end against 10 men.Arnold said Bobos penalty was clear-cut and claimed not to have seen the Brazilians tackle.I spoke to the boys yesterday about giving their performance of the year, and we did that, Arnold said.We had 16 shots to five, they didnt have a shot on goal in the second half, and we played with 10 men for 20 minutes and still dominated the game. 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Following a lopsided 5-2 loss against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, Paul MacLean told reporters that "theres a lack of focus, theres a lack of leadership and theres a lack of preparation" with his struggling team. That came on the heels of Bryan Murray taking the unusual step of going into the locker room at the Prudential Center and addressing the players himself. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Virginia Thrasher went through a three-week spring whirlwind, winning three NCAA titles and a spot on the U.S. Olympic Shooting team.The precocious 19-year-old closed out the summer with her biggest surprise yet.Keeping her nerve on sports biggest stage, Thrasher on Saturday earned the first gold medal of the Rio Olympics, outlasting two-time gold medalist Du Li to capture the womens 10-meter air rifle title.This is beyond my wildest dreams, Thrasher said. I knew it was a realistic expectation for me to get into the finals and once you get into the finals, anything can happen. For me, this year has been incredible.Thrasher had a quick rise to the top.A figure skater growing up, she switched sports five years ago after a hunting trip with her family. Thrasher killed a deer with her first shot of her first hunting trip and has continued to hit the mark wherever shes gone.Thrasher was not expected to be among the top five scorers -- all that counts in NCAA competition -- at shooting powerhouse West Virginia, yet got better as the season progressed. She became the first freshman to win both NCAA rifle titles and led the Mountaineers to the team championship.Less than a month later, Thrasher won the U.S. Olympic Trials, earning a spot in Rio.She didnt flinch at the sports brightest spotlight -- or an air horn.Though not expected to be a medal contender, Thrasher finished a spot behind fellow American Sarah Scherer at sixth in qualifying to make the eight-person final.She opened the elimination finals -- a new format in this years Olympics -- with a perfect 10.9 and was in the lead after Scherer became the first shooter knocked out.Thrasher stayed in the top spot as her competitors fell off, consistently hitting 10s despite a fan blowing an air horn at random times.Thrasher enteered the final with a 0.dddddddddddd7-point lead and opened with a solid 10.5, which Li matched. Thrasher smiled after a 10.4 left a slight opening, but Lis 10.1 on her final shot sent Thrasher on a surprising trip to the podium.In the finals, about halfway through, it kind of became clear to me that I was in contention for a medal, Thrasher said. But I quickly pushed that thought away and focused on breathing, just taking one shot at a time.Thrasher pulled it off against two of the worlds best rifle shooters, Li and Yi Siling.Li won gold medals in air rifle in 2004 at the Athens Games and in 3-position rifle in Beijing four years later. She also competed in the 2012 London Games and pulled off a clutch shot in the Rio final, hitting 10.9 to stay alive in the second round.Yi took a similar path as Thrashers, earning air rifle gold at the 2012 London Games just three years after starting her international shooting career.Thrasher stood her ground against the two Chinese shooters in the medal eliminations, hitting nothing lower than 10.4. Yi went out after a 9.8 on her final shot to earn bronze and Thrasher finished with a cumulative score of 208.0 to beat Li by a point in front of a rowdy crowd.I heard the cheers and the horns and it was very disturbing, Yi said. But I just had to control myself. I also looked up and saw that Virginia and Du Li were doing well themselves.Thrasher ended up on top of the podium and her whirlwind will wind down soon; a biomedical engineering major, she starts classes again at West Virginia on Aug. 17.Im actually looking forward to getting back to school again, Thrasher said.She will have a new title when she returns: Olympic champion. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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