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  • Come Run with Corrigan Sports in 2017

    first_imgCome Run with Corrigan Sports in 2017!  As the premiere event management team in the Mid-Atlantic, we have the endurance event for you! Our races offer fair yet challenging courses, family friendly distances and activities, and a great post-race party to celebrate your accomplishments.  Plus we offer multi-event discounts and benefits with the Maryland Double and the King Crab Challenge.Here is our 2017 lineup:Frederick Running FestivalMay 6-7, Frederick, Md.Half-Marathon, 2-Person Relay, 5k, Kids RunDelaware Running FestivalMay 13-14, Wilmington, Del.Marathon, Half-Marathon, 4-Person Relay, 5k, Kids RunColumbia TriathlonMay 21, Columbia, Md.Olympic Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquabike, Triathlon RelayBaltimore 10-MilerJune 3, Baltimore, Md.10-Mile RunIronGirl TriathlonAugust 20, Columbia, Md.Sprint Triathlon, Triathlon RelayBaltimore Running FestivalOctober 20, Baltimore , Md.Marathon, Half-Marathon, 4-Person Relay, 5k, Kids Runlast_img read more

  • Do This: Long Island Events January 15-21

    first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The New StudentsBlending folk, alt and Americana and rocking out in support of their second album, When The West Wind Blows, is this Brooklyn quintet, known for their energetic performances and compelling and, at times, quirky lyrics. Opening the show is Boston-based Americana band Pesky J Nixon. The show is a part of the Hard Luck Cafe concert series, presented by the Folk Music Society of Huntington. Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org $6 members, $11 public. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15.Keren GilbertThis local author and nutritionist will speak and sign her new diet book The HD Diet, which shows readers how to choose the right foods to ensure a high-definition life in a 12-week plan. Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington. Bookrevue.com Price of book. 7 p.m. Jan. 15.This Life We LiveThese Long Island metal hellraisers are holding a release party for their latest EP, Novena. That means total devastation, plenty of shredding, and of course, a ton of new tunes to bang your heads and raise your glasses to. Don’t miss these guys. Warming up the crowd will be Thorn Constellation, Patterns Of Decay and Plague Of Humanity. Revolution Bar and Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. Revolutionli.com $10. 7 p.m. Jan. 15.Murder Mystery Dinner and ShowHelp solve the crime while sitting among professional Broadway, TV and film actors. At any time, you may wind up part of the plot! The Suffolk Theater, 118 Main St., Riverhead. suffolktheater.com $65. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 16.Marshall CrenshawBorn in Detroit, Marshall Crenshaw grew up when the Motor City was hot and happening. He’s drawn upon his roots to carve out a unique career that evokes echoes of Buddy Holly—especially when he hits those high notes and his fingers are flinging out chords faster than a Ford Thunderbolt. He’s also a great songwriter with an ironic twist that he’s deployed to full effect as he chronicles the human condition of our time. And as fans of his WFUV-FM show “The Bottomless Pit” know well, Crenshaw’s record library rivals the Smithsonian. This uncompromising musician is the real deal. “Someday, Someway” simply has to be heard live. Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 West Main St., Bay Shore. boultoncenter.org $35-$40. 8 p.m. Jan. 16.Jessie’s GirlJessie’s GirlBreak out the Converse, strap on a headband and dust off the jean jacket, because this Back to the Eighties Show will do everything short of taking you in a Delorean back to the decade when Men at Work, Flock of Seagulls and Debbie Gibson ruled the airwaves. That’s because Jessie’s Girl is more than just a cover band. They’re here to party like it’s 1989! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $20-$30. 8 p.m. Jan. 16.FreekbassFunk fans are hearby summoned to get their freak on when Ohio-based Freekbass & The Bump Assembly come to share the good vibes off their sixth album Everybody’s Feelin’ Real. Treme Blues and Jazz Club, 553 Main St., Islip. tremeislip.com $10. 8 p.m. Jan. 16.Bill StainesFor more than 45 years, Bill Staines has been on the road singing his songs at the country’s top festivals, concerts, clubs and coffeehouses. His songs have been recorded by musicians including Peter, Paul and Mary, Nanci Griffith, and Jerry Jeff Walker. Staines writes about cowboys, Yukon adventures, fishermen and everyday working people. Our Times Coffeehouse, 38 Old Country Road, Garden City. ourtimescoffeehouse.org 15 adults, $10 students. 8 p.m. Jan. 16.Big ShotThe only Billy Joel tribute band featuring musicians, namely Mike DelGuidice, who have actually shared a stage with the most famous Long Islander, The Piano Man himself. Big Shot schedules tour dates around Billy Joel’s monthly Madison Square Garden concerts. A true fan, DelGuidice guarantees a proper homage to his idol. Free admission during happy hour, 6-8 p.m., featuring complimentary buffet and two-for-one drink specials. The Emporium, 9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. Theemporium.com $15. 8 p.m. Jan. 16. Also playing at Mulcahey’s Pub & Concert Hall, 3232 Railroad Ave., Wantagh muls.com $12. 9 p.m. Jan. 17.Macabre Faire Film FestivalJoin film and horror fans alongside celebrity guests such as: Cleve Hall (Monster Man), Jonathan Tiersten (Sleep Away Camp), Eileen Dietz (The Exorcist), Robert Mukes (House of 1000 Corpses), Elizabeth Shepherd, Rutanya Alda, Lesleh Donaldson, Sharon Lentz, Jim Krut, Tiffany Shepis, Stacey Nelkin, and several local independent filmmakers for a scary good time. Hyatt Regency Long Island, 1717 Motor Pkwy, Hauppauge. livingdeadmafia.com $15-$75. Jan. 16-18.Flying Model CompetitionTeams of aspiring engineers in the 3rd through 5th grades, build and fly rubber band-powered airplanes. Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Blvd., Garden City. cradleofavaition.org Price of admission. 8:30 a.m. Jan. 17.Cantoral ConcertEnjoy a delicious buffet dinner followed by a concert featuring a wide array of genres, including: opera, Broadway, Yiddish, and traditional songs & melodies. Led by Cantor Aryeh Hurwitz. The Chai Center, 501 Vanderbilt Pkwy, Dix Hills. thechaicenter.com $20 members, $26 non-members. 8 p.m. Jan. 17. Umphrey’s McGeeThis Indiana-based prog-rock jam band are back on the road after last year releasing their eighth studio album, Similar Skin. These dedicated musicians’ genre-mashing style will at times make you think you’re listening to Incubus. Opening the show is Joshua Redman. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $25-$39.50. 8 p.m. Jan. 18.Blind Dog SmithTo love the blues is one thing, to live the blues another. But to live and love and play the blues with an intensity and truth that comes only from the deepest wells of human existence, from the abyss of loss and despair, from the roots of American suffering, and then climb back on top, to not only survive but triumph. Yes, that’s the musical dimension we’re talking about when these seasoned veterans—Joseph DiPietro, Skip Krevens, Doug Brett, Charlie Raimond and Gary Guarniere, all longtime buddies from Seaford High—get together on stage and hit their stride. The world sounds almost bearable—hell, damn near enjoyable—when Blind Dog Smith is rocking the blues. First 50 guests get a free copy of their new CD Blues in E. Sunset Grill, 4068 Sunrise Hwy., Seaford. lisunsetgrill.com $TK. 7 p.m. Jan. 18.—Compiled by Spencer Rumsey and Timothy Bolger.last_img read more

  • Vietnam seeks help in avian flu battle

    first_imgFeb 4, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – Vietnam, mired in a renewed avian influenza outbreak that has led to the death of 12 people and the culling of roughly 1 million poultry since Dec 30, 2004, asked the international community for help this week.In a letter to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), acting Vietnamese Agriculture Minister Cao Duc Phat sought technical help to combat the H5N1 avian flu, the New York Times reported yesterday.Vietnam is seeking foreign specialists in epidemiology, pathology, toxicology, and veterinary medicine as well as lab technicians and equipment, Anton M. Rychener, FAO representative in Vietnam, told the Times. The country has lifted restrictions imposed on foreign assistance in 2004.Vietnam’s request was one of several steps in recent days to improve Southeast Asia’s defenses against avian flu. The FAO announced yesterday it would offer $1.6 million in emergency aid to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Pakistan. (Data from the World Organization for Animal Health [OIE] indicate Pakistan has not reported an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian flu since January 2004.)The FAO’s technical assistance is aimed at capacity building. It will help countries with plans for culling, training farmers and government workers on culling and disinfection, rapid diagnosis, and mapping out epidemiologic studies, according to an FAO news release from Bangkok yesterday. Additional supplies include protective gear, lab supplies, and rapid-testing equipment.”These projects are seed money for immediate help,” said He Changchui, head of the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, in the news release. “More international assistance is needed to enable poorer countries to better deal with the crisis.”FAO and OIE call for aidThe FAO and the OIE on Feb 1 issued a joint statement urging the international community to help poorer countries with avian flu prevention and containment.”Avian influenza is an ongoing emergency disease that spreads across borders. It has serious implications for the public and animal health sector in the affected countries,” the statement read. The new cases this year show that the virus remains endemic in Asia.Affected countries must stop the spread of the virus by containing it in rural areas, the statement said. The organizations recommended that countries strengthen veterinary infrastructure, improve control strategies, bolster biosecurity, modernize industry practices, and vaccinate poultry where appropriate.The recent tsunami may worsen the spread of avian flu because the shift in food supply may increase the movement of poultry, the statement said. FAO said it would send an expert mission to Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives this week to assess livestock and rehabilitation needs.Europeans this week offered help to Vietnam fight avian flu. The European Union pledged to give Vietnam 600,000 euros ($772,403) to buy equipment through the WHO, according to a story published online in Voice of Vietnam this week. The contribution is 400,000 euros ($514,859) less than the EU gave during the avian flu outbreak last year.Experts from the WHO, FAO, and OIE are in the second day of a 2-day meeting at FAO headquarters in Rome. In consultation with veterinary experts from 14 countries, several veterinary officers from Asian countries are participating via teleconference, the FAO said. The goal is to set policies and strategies to control the disease and develop plans for animal and human health.Thailand announces spending planIn other developments, the Thai government announced last week it would spend 4.8 billion baht ($124.7 million) to combat avian flu.The scope of Vietnam’s outbreak pushed Thai authorities to adopt the new measures, the head of Thailand’s National Avian Influenza Control Center said, as quoted by Agence France-Presse (AFP) on Jan 26. Although details were sketchy, authorities planned to prepare 150,000 doses of the antiviral drug oseltamivir, which may limit the severity of human avian flu illness.The plan also includes preparing additional hospital beds and converting other facilities such as schools into hospitals if needed, AFP reported.In Laos, authorities have stepped up hygiene efforts at borders and on farms to thwart the spread of avian flu, according to an AFP story today. Each province has its own avian flu task force, in addition to three mobile teams in the country, said Dr. Syseng Khounsy, deputy director of the national animal health department.”We haven’t detected any bird flu infection but we are still investigating,” he said in the AFP story. An FAO official had earlier announced that the agency had found no signs of avian flu in Laos.In addition, the Provincial Bureau of Health in Guangzhou, China, yesterday issued an emergency notice urging authorities to prevent an avian flu outbreak.No outbreaks have occurred in any of the mainland poultry farms and processing plants that supply poultry products to Hong Kong or Macao, the State Administration for Quality Supervision and Inspection and Quarantine said yesterday, according to a report published by China Daily today. Border checks and crackdowns on illegal animal imports have been increased in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region as well as in Yunnan Province on the Vietnamese border, the paper said.”Despite no bird flu cases having been reported in human beings and animals in Guangdong this year, we must take effective preventive measures to stop the fatal virus from entering and spreading in the province,” the paper quoted an unidentified health official as saying. Poultry sent to Hong Kong also must pass strict inspections.See also:FAO’s announcement of $1.6 million in aidhttp://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/news/2004/36427/Feb 1 FAO/OIE statementhttp://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/news/2005/89513/last_img read more

  • Lampard: Record is for my mum

    first_img “I’m thankful to each one of them as they are the ones that put it on a plate for me sometimes, and the fans have been willing me to do it for a long time and are probably frustrated alongside me not getting there. But I’m just delighted the way the fans were at the end. That is what means everything to me. “Bobby Tambling is a great man, he hasn’t been well recently but he’s a great man and I didn’t want to overcook the celebration out of respect for him. To go and break it, I was delighted and very pleased to do it today. I’ve been here a long time. I lost my Mum a few years ago and she was my biggest support.” Chelsea’s interim boss Rafael Benitez, who has enjoyed a significantly less pleasant relationship with the club’s fans since his controversial arrival earlier this season, paid a slightly muted tribute to Lampard. The Spaniard has used him more sparingly than most managers in the 34-year-old’s career and, despite hailing his continued dedication, he stopped short of the gushing praise that will surely come his way from other quarters. “I think it’s great news for everyone,” said Benitez. “He’s a great player who has been working hard and to achieve what he has achieved is amazing. He is a great professional. I’m really pleased for him and really pleased for the team because he scored two goals and won the game.” Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert, whose side remain in the relegation fight as a result of the loss, was unhappy with referee Lee Mason’s performance. He felt both red cards handed to Ramires and Benteke were harsh but was most annoyed by the decision to show John Terry only a yellow card for a foul on Yacouba Sylla. “I don’t need to speak to the referee, you just get yourself into trouble,” he said. “I thought the whole game the referee was poor. When John Terry takes Sylla down, the full-backs are not getting back there – he’s the last man. The referee has to see that. Sylla is through. The referee should have seen that the way I saw it or the way 40,000 saw it: Sylla’s through on goal.” Press Association Lampard’s pursuit of Bobby Tambling’s mark of 202 goals for the Blues has provided a fascinating sub-plot throughout the season and he crossed the line in dramatic circumstances in the 2-1 win at Aston Villa. He first cancelled out Christian Benteke’s opener and then sealed victory in the 88th minute to all but assure Champions League football next year. The veteran midfielder was gracious after the match – singling out both his mother Pat, who died in 2008, and Tambling for special mentions as well as lauding the Chelsea faithful. “It means everything to me. It’s amazing, the support I’ve had from team-mates, and you could see that at the end,” he told Sky Sports. center_img Frank Lampard paid tribute to the man he replaced as Chelsea record goalscorer, before dedicating the landmark to his late mother.last_img read more

  • Wallis Annenberg Hall open for fall classes

    first_imgWallis Annenberg Hall, the new five-story, 88,000 square-foot building next to the Pertusati University Bookstore, will be open for the first day of classes on Aug. 25. With the help of over 3,000 donors, the building has been fully-funded through Annenberg’s current $150 million fundraising initiative. Approximately 80 percent of donations came from alumni, with the rest coming from parents, families, corporations and other organizations for a total cost of $59.3 million for the building.Wall to Wallis · The “360 room” in the converged media center of Wallis Annenberg Hall features a media halo with multiple live feeds. – Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanInside, the building features 23 new classrooms, which will be used for various journalism, communication and public relations classes. It also has a 160-person auditorium, professional-quality broadcast and radio studios, two faculty neighborhoods and two open research neighborhoods, which are collaborative spaces designed to increase faculty interaction. According to Associate Dean of Operations James Vasquez, one of the most exciting features is the “360 room” in the converged media center, which has a 360-degree assignment desk with a media halo of digital screens above it providing a live stream of news across multiple platforms. A television studio within the newsroom will include anchor desks and a greenscreen, as well as broadcast-quality cameras for radio programming and potential use online.One of the central features of the building is called the forum, described as, “a four-story atrium with skylight, open seating and media display tower,” which will serve as the lobby for the building. A new cafe will also be open to accommodate students during study hours. The former Annenberg building was serviced by the Annenberg coffee cart, but surveys conducted by the school found that students wanted a full-service café so they wouldn’t have to pack up in the middle of their work to go to Seeds or Trojan Grounds.The old Annenberg building will still be used for classes, as well as faculty and administrative offices. The building, however, is also undergoing a process of phased innovation, with upgrades happening in several stages.Junior print and digital journalism major Allison Bajet said that one of the things that she admires  most about the school is, “[The] Annenberg culture of trying to improve and upgrade as technology does,”Though it will be open for the first day of classes, the official opening ceremony for Wallis Annenberg Hall is scheduled for Oct. 1.last_img read more

  • Joe Maddon asks Angels ‘to be the best teammate of their life’

    first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Jo Adell’s line-drive, opposite-field homer in Thursday’s intrasquad game impressed Maddon, but not just because of the way he hit the ball. “The part about it I liked the best was how he broke out of the batter’s box,” Maddon said. “He didn’t assume that was going to be a home run. That was refreshing. So, he did everything right.” Maddon said it’s still too early in camp to judge whether the Angels’ top prospect has improved since spring training.…The Angels continue to put an emphasis on bunting, just as they did in Arizona. They have a station set up in right field for bunting drills. The have also been bunting during their intrasquad games. ANAHEIM — The Angels are just a week into this effort to play a shortened season amid a pandemic and Joe Maddon’s newest signature phrase has become clear.“Everybody has got to be the best teammate of their life right now.”The Angels manager has repeated some version of his sentiment just about every day, only he’s not referring to any of the characteristics normally associated with baseball.“We don’t need you to get the big knock in the ninth inning to drive in the winning run,” Maddon said. “We don’t need you pitch seven scoreless. We don’t need you to grab a hold or pick up a save. We need you to follow the protocols. We need you to follow the protocols to be the best teammate ever.”center_img Andrew Heaney, the Angels’ union player rep, said the message in Zoom meetings has been very clear.“If you’re not at the field, if you’re not in your car, if you’re not in your house, you need to wear a mask,” the left-hander said. “It doesn’t matter if we’re in a state that doesn’t enforce it. It doesn’t matter. You’re going to wear a mask. If you’re getting food, get it to-go. Get it delivered. Don’t go sit down and eat somewhere. Don’t go to bars. Don’t go to large gatherings.“Most of those are common sense, and that everyone should be doing that, but we just want to make sure everybody’s on the same page.”Anthony Rendon said he hasn’t personally been too worried about the coronavirus because no one in his family is at high risk, but now that he’s with his teammates, the third baseman understands the importance of doing things in a certain way, even away from the ballpark.“We have to wear our masks just to protect other people,” Rendon said. “At this time, we have to be selfless toward everyone around us because we don’t know what everyone’s situation is. And I think this is a good opportunity for, us as a world, to realize that selfishness doesn’t go a long way, so we have to look out for one another.”Heaney said the players and other staffers in the immediate bubble have all been made aware that one person’s actions can affect not just his teammates, but their families.“If you start getting a little crack, it can really expand and wreak havoc in the clubhouse,” Heaney said. “Everyone understands that risk is real, and we’re trying to do the best we can to cover all those bases.”Maddon conceded the younger, single, players may be challenged more to stick to the protocols away from the ballpark. The allure of bars, clubs and restaurants is certainly stronger for single players than for those who are going home to a wife and a family, Maddon said.“It’s just true,” Maddon said. “The young man that is mature enough to think beyond that is an impressive young man. You don’t know what sacrifice means until you have your own child.”Certainly, the important considerations are health related. But realistically there are also baseball reasons for preventing the spread of the virus. Even if a player has no symptoms, but tests positive, he must be away from the team until he’s had two negative tests. Key players missing a few games, or a starter missing a turn, can have a dramatic impact in a 60-game sprint of a season.“We all understand what needs to be done and have to take it upon ourselves to individually be responsible, knowing our teammates are relying on us,” pitcher Canning said. “It’s going to take some time getting used to, but it shouldn’t be too bad.”Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.INTRASQUAD INFOJaime Barria took three turns on the mound and did not allow a run. He gave up just two hits against a rotation of David Fletcher, Mike Trout, Justin Upton, Brian Goodwin and Max Stassi.Barria has a chance at cracking the Angels rotation, or at least earning spot starts, because of Julio Teheran’s absence.Cam Bedrosian worked an inning and gave up hits to three of the five batters he faced. One of them was a single by Jason Castro, who also had a triple off the right field fence.Jacob Barnes, who has a strong chance at making the bullpen as a non-roster invitee, retired Andrelton Simmons, Anthony Rendon and Albert Pujols and then Anthony Bemboom struck out and reached on a wild pitch.ALSOAlthough Teheran told ESPN Deportes earlier in the week he was hoping to rejoin the Angels this weekend if his coronavirus test was negative, Maddon said on Friday he still had no update on Teheran’s status. …Related Articles The coronavirus, of course, has dramatically changed the world, and Major League Baseball has changed to accommodate it. There are more than 100 pages of regulations that dictate how the players and teams should conduct themselves in a manner that gives them the best chance to avoid infection.The document covers everything from a prohibition on spitting to instructions on how players should eat on team charters. Only one person at a time, per row, can have his mask off to eat.The manual, however, has very little detail about what players should do when they aren’t at the ballpark. It is just one paragraph.“MLB will not formally restrict the activities of Covered Individuals when they are away from Club facilities, but will expect the Covered Individuals on each Club to ensure that they all act responsibly,” the document reads.It goes on to suggest that the players and staff members “should agree on their own off-field code of conduct for themselves and their family members to minimize the risk to others.” Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros last_img read more

  • Super Bowl 53 odds: Patriots solidify stance as favorites

    first_img Related News Super Bowl 53: Ranking Tom Brady’s best, worst championship performances Some books have moved the line for Super Bowl 53 to Patriots -3.Keep up to date with the betting lines across all online books at our NFL odds page: https://t.co/0ZVAxM2t7C pic.twitter.com/NoV2iGXLKt— OddsShark (@OddsShark) January 28, 2019It should come as no surprise that 41-year-old Tom Brady is favored to be named MVP given his experience in the championship game. While he is 5-3 on the biggest stage, the veteran has a chance to become the first quarterback to win six Lombardi Trophies.However, NFL Defensive Player of the Year favorite Aaron Donald could be the sleeper MVP if the Rams are able to pull off the upset. The defensive tackle has been an unstoppable force this season, logging 59 total tackles and a league-leading 20.5 sacks in 16 regular-season games in 2018. He also forced four fumbles.Odds to win Super Bowl 53 MVP:Tom Brady +125Jared Goff +250Todd Gurley +1000Sony Michel +1200CJ Anderson +1600Aaron Donald +1800Full odds: https://t.co/uJLENAL8nE pic.twitter.com/qpzVlOvOR3— OddsShark (@OddsShark) January 28, 2019The Patriots and Rams kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Super Bowl week is upon us, and the wagers are rolling in.The Patriots opened as one-point underdogs to the Rams last week at the conclusion of the controversial conference championships, but the line flipped within minutes and New England became the favorite.center_img Super Bowl 53: Team records, stats since last Patriots-Rams championship According to OddsShark, the Patriots have been pushed by some sportsbooks to 3-point favorites as of Monday, while the spread consensus  is Patriots by 2.5 points. The over/under total for the game is 56.5 points. While this may seem high, the Rams ranked second in the NFL with 32.9 points per game this season and the Patriots were fourth at 27.3. Given the two dynamic offenses, the likelihood of extending the championship game to overtime isn’t out of the question.Furthermore, New England is -150 on the money line and Los Angeles is +130, meaning bettors backing the Patriots to record a straight-up victory must wager $150 to win $100 and Rams advocates will put up $100 to win $130.last_img read more

  • Video: Man United targets combine to lead ten-man Bayern Munich to dramatic late win

    first_img1 Manchester United retain an interest in signing Bayern Munich duo Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski before the end of the transfer window, according to recent reports.And the strike stars combined on Saturday as a ten-man Bayern Munich came back from an early blow to beat Hoffenheim 2-1 at the Rhein-Neckar Arena.Bayern had never lost to Hoffenheim in 14 previous meetings, but the underdogs had an early boost by taking the lead with the fastest goal in Bundesliga history – Kevin Volland scoring after just EIGHT seconds.Thomas Muller managed to pull the Germangiants level just before the break with a neat finish, and while Bayern were handed a further blow when defender Jerome Boateng was sent off with 20 minutes left, Lewandowski finished off a spectacular team move to net a 89th minute winner to spare the champions’ blushes.Manager Louis van Gaal is on the hunt for more firepower to support out-of-form captain Wayne Rooney, whose scoreless streak moves to nine United games following Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Newcastle – could the Germany or Poland internationals be the answer?Check out Muller and Lewandowski’s strikes below!Hoffenheim 1-1 Bayern Munich (Thomas Muller)Hoffenheim 1-2 Bayern Munich (Robert Lewandowski) Bayern Munich strikers Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski celebrate last_img read more

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