ChangesGonçalo Guedes (59 ‘, Rodrigo), Kenedy (60 ‘, Nyom), Lee Kang-In (69 ‘, Carlos Soler), Angel (79 ‘, Jorge Molina), Ruben Nephew (88 ‘, Maxi Gómez), Timor (88 ‘, Nemanja Maksimovic) CardsReferee: Ricardo de Burgos BengoetxeaVAR Referee: Mario Melero LópezNyom (23 ‘, Yellow) Ferrán Torres (62 ‘, Yellow) Damián Suarez (63 ‘, Yellow) Gabriel Paulista (63 ‘, Yellow) Maxi Gomez (64 ‘, Yellow) Mouctar Diakhaby (70 ‘, Yellow) Mauro Arambarri (74 ‘, Yellow) Florenzi (77 ‘, Red) Etxeite (95 ‘, Yellow The second part brought a Getafe totally determined for all or nothing. He turned to the visiting area and the Valencia tactic was reduced to that of the bad fighters, bow their heads while a shower of blows falls.Thus, at the insistence, came 1-0. De Molina after rejecting Jaume Mata’s shot. And the 2-0, of Molina after ridiculing the Alicante to the entire Valencian defense, especially Diakhaby and Paulista. The Azulón domain was pressing. Even did not appear. The others, more or less, either. It would come 3-0, from Mata, a play that portrayed Diakhaby’s neglect and that ended in a choteo within the area with Jaume dribbled and on the ground. They could be more goals, greater humiliation … For what? It was clear that Getafe, today, is far superior to Valencia. Goals1-0, 57 ‘: Jorge Molina, 2-0, 66 ‘: Jorge Molina, 3-0, 86 ‘: Bush In Getafe they seriously consider changing the name of their stadium to Coliseum Jorge Molina. The idea sprang from the fans a little over a year ago and the Alicante player has just given them reason. Molina was the executor of a Valencia that has become the worst enemy of Getafe but yesterday appeared in a major battle disguised as a cute kitten. Not an occasion, not a goal shot, nothing at all when the afternoon required manhood to play third place and part of the next Champions League. “You have to be more men!” Gabriel Paulista would later say.Valencia leaves Getafe red with shame, burned from impotence. He picked up a 3-0 as could be a sack of goals not to mediate Jaume and his countless stops. Someday his teammates can pay the goalkeeper how much they made him suffer in the Coliseum.Getafe erased Valencia to the point that Celades’ team did not throw between the three clubs in the whole match. Five minutes later, Jaume took the first shot. Of course, from Molina. In 18 ’, Molina again. This time brushing the pole. In 46 ’, always Molina, head combed a corner kick taken by Damián who was about to enter. The first approach of Valencia, which was not the occasion, was in 32 ’, a good change of Kondogbia game that Ferran cushioned lowering the ball. The young player saw the arrival of Maxi Gomez and left the ball ready to finish. He did it, but wrong. Against a defender of Getafe. It was the closest thing to a sign of existence that Valencia gave.By then goalkeeper Jaume was being the protagonist of the match against his will. In goal it was confirmed in a double stop that he did in 39 ’, first on Maksimovic’s shot and then on Cucurella’s shot. In both Jaume flew.Valencia asked for oxygen. He looked outdated. He was walking on the street of bitterness. At the break, the Celades team received the best news: I didn’t know how but I had arrived alive with 0-0. The Getafe, on the other hand, had reason to lament. The whole game had been his, all the occasions were his … In the first part the Getafe had made 11 shots. Valencia, only one and did not even go to the door.
A man assaulted his two year old child with a pencil after getting frustrated because she could not learn her numbers.Gerry Awoluisi appeared at Letterkenny District Court facing two separate assault charges.The first related to an assault on one of his children and followed a complaint by the child’s mother. The court heard how Mr Awoluisi struck the child “two or three times” while he was doing his numbers with his older sister.Defence solicitor Michael Shiel said the impact from being struck by a pencil would be “minimal.”He said his client had become frustrated with his son and blamed his own lack of education for this frustration.“He became frustrated because he basically wanted his children to get a better education than he got,” said Mr Shiel.The assault took place at the house the man shared with his former partner and their children at The Beeches in Ballybofey on January 13th last.Mr Awoluisi’s former partner also accused him of banging her head off a wall during another disagreement.Garda Inspector Michael Harrison said he was not sure how much benefit the court would gain from hearing from a two year old child.The court heard how Mr Awoluisi has 23 previous convictions including assault.His solicitor Mr Shiel admitted “He doesn’t have a rosy record to say the least.”He added that Awoluisi, of Apartment 2, Back Lane, Ballybofey, who is now working at stables, is trying to get his life back on track but does not see his children.Judge Paul Kelly said he was concerned about Awoluisi’s tendency for violence and ordered a probation report before adjourning the case until November 17th next.MAN ADMITS ASSAULTING CHILD, 2, WITH PENCIL BECAUSE HE COULD NOT LEARN HIS NUMBERS was last modified: September 24th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:assaultcourtGardaiGerry Awoluisipencil numbers