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Phillies hang on to win rubber game vs. Orioles

Andrew McCutchen homered and Jean Segura delivered a go-ahead sacrifice fly to lift the host Philadelphia Phillies past the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 on Wednesday.

Segura added two hits, while Matt Vierling also had two hits for the Phillies, who won their second in a row.

The Phillies (78-74) began the night three games behind the Atlanta Braves for first place in the National League East.

Phillies starter Zack Wheeler tossed six solid innings and gave up four hits and one run with nine strikeouts and link alternatif rajawaliqq two walks.

Jose Alvarado (7-1) earned the win in relief and Ian Kennedy picked up his 25th save with a scoreless ninth inning despite allowing two walks.

Pat Valaika led the Orioles (48-104) with two hits.

Baltimore starter Keegan Akin allowed five hits and one run with six strikeouts and one walk in 5 1/3 innings.

Conner Greene (1-2) took the loss.

Baltimore’s Cedric Mullins tripled with two outs in the third inning but was stranded when Ryan Mountcastle struck out.

The Phillies came up with four hits through the first five innings but were unable to score.

In the sixth, Mountcastle walked with one out and Austin Hays followed with an RBI double for a 1-0 lead.

Pedro Severino and Ryan McKenna both struck out looking to end the inning.

Segura grounded out to open the bottom of the sixth and Bryce Harper singled to right. J.T. Realmuto flied out to center, but McCutchen picked him up with a two-run homer, his 25th of the season, for a 2-1 advantage.

The Orioles tied the game at 2-2 in the seventh when pinch hitter Trey Mancini provided an RBI groundout.

The Phillies regained a 4-2 lead in the bottom of the seventh when Segura lofted a sacrifice fly to center and Realmuto added an RBI single.

Baltimore closed within 4-3 in the eighth when Severino lined an RBI double to right.

Harper then threw out Severino at home on a potential tying RBI single by Valaika.

–Field Level Media

Marseille and Angers fans storm the pitch and fight each other

French football has been rocked by more crowd violence as Marseille and Angers supporters brawled on the pitch following Wednesday night’s match.

The travelling Marseille fans at the Stade Raymond Kopa breached a security cordon and made it onto the pitch at the final whistle following a goalless draw.

Stewards failed to contain the situation as punches were exchanged with home fans who’d also made their RELATED ARTICLES

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Flares and firecrackers had been thrown between the two sets of fans during the game and download rajawaliqq equipment in the stadium was damaged as fans poured onto the pitch.

The stadium announcer can be heard appealing for calm in video footage of the clashes but to little effect before security personnel finally got a grip on the situation.

RMC Sport reported that Marseille had expressed concerns about the ease with which their fans could access the pitch in a pre-match security report.  

Crowd trouble is becoming an increasing issue for the French football authorities following a series of high-profile incidents in the early part of the Ligue 1 season.

Tensions had risen through the game with flares and firecrackers thrown between the fans

Stewards and security struggled to contain the situation as fans clashed on the pitch

It is just the latest outbreak of crowd violence at a match in France this season

Stewards grab hold of one fan who invaded the pitch as they tried to contain the situation

The travelling Marseille fans light flares during their visit to Angers on Wednesday evening

Marseille’s clash with Nice last month was abandoned after Marseille players were hit by objects thrown from the crowd, prompting Dimitri Payet to throw a bottle back.

Nice fans then invaded the pitch and a fight broke out involving players and staff from both teams, fans and stewards.

Marseille physio Pablo Fernandez was handed a one year touchline ban for punching one of the Nice fans.

Nice were docked two points, one of which is suspended, and were ordered to play a game behind closed doors.

The Ligue 1 clash between Nice and Marseille was abandoned last month after crowd trouble

Players clashed with fans after objects were thrown by Nice fans at the Marseille players 

An irate Marseille boss Jorge Sampaoli (centre) confronts opposition players during the chaos

The game was called off after Marseille refused to return to the field and will be replayed at a neutral venue on October 27.

Lens were also ordered to play two home games without fans after crowd trouble marred their Northern Derby match against Lille this month.

The second-half of the game was delayed by over 30 minutes after both sets of fans invaded the pitch and riot police had to intervene.

Six people sustained minor injuries as a result of seats and other objects being thrown. The game ultimately resumed with Lens winning 1-0.

There were also clashes between rival fans at this month’s Lens vs Lille Northern Derby  

Riot police (above) were forced to intervene to prevent any further injuries and take control

Six people sustained minor injuries as fans began throwing seats at each other


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Souths test perfect Hasler prelim record

Des Hasler’s perfect record of preliminary final wins will be tested on Friday night when the Manly legend faces the man he turned to for advice as a rookie NRL coach.

Wayne Bennett is the most successful coach in rugby league history so it’s little wonder Hasler turned to the now South Sydney man as a mentor when he first took on the Sea Eagles job in late 2003.

What eventuated was a meeting of two of the most extraordinary minds in the game, putting them on a collision course for Friday night’s clash at Suncorp Stadium.

While Bennett is a veteran of 14 preliminary finals and 10 deciders as coach, Hasler holds an unblemished record in grand final qualifiers.

Eight times Hasler has won through the penultimate round of the season into a decider – three times with Manly as a player and five as a coach with the Sea Eagles and Canterbury.

He says there’s no secret to success – at least not one he’s willing to share.

“I don’t know what the secret is, I don’t think there is a secret. But that’s a good fact… comforting,” he said on Thursday.

“Probably being at this stage, being able to win (is the one trait a team needs).

“It’s an important mentality, all players and every part of the coaching faculty knows that it’s do or die and that’s what makes this time or these particular games so much different to the others.”

On the opposite hand, Souths are through to their fourth preliminary final in as many years and desperately need to clear the hurdle in Bennett’s last season at the club.

The ex-Brisbane mentor has lost four of the past five preliminary finals he’s coached in, including two with Souths and two with the Broncos – making the 2015 decider opposite eventual premiers North Queensland.

While Hasler takes comfort in his spotless preliminary final record, Bennett rubbishes it as any indicator of Friday night’s outcome.

“That’s a myth stat that one, what about all the prelim finals you don’t make as a coach,” the seven-time premiership-winner said.

“It’s all about the ones he made, how many didn’t he make?”

For instance, the last preliminary final Hasler didn’t make was in 2019 when Bennett and the Rabbitohs knocked Manly out 34-26 in the semi-finals.

In 17 seasons Hasler has won two premierships with Manly, and in only three years did he fal to make the finals at all – in 2020 and 2004 with the Sea Eagles and in his last year with the Bulldogs in 2017.

It says something about the mentality of Hasler-coached teams and their approach to September.

“We’ve been good friends for a long time Des and myself, I’ve always admired what he’s done,” Bennett said.

“We used to go to Armidale camps together, he was a player and I was a coach back in the ’90s and I coached against him in the 1987 grand final playing for Manly, and when he came into coaching he used to come and visit me every so often just to get a few ideas and rajawaliqq link alternatif so forth.

“We have a wonderful relationship.”

Hodge looks for consistent Wallabies role

It’s been a long wait for Wallabies back Reece Hodge, who has earned his first start since last year’s Rugby Championship when Australia face Argentina on Saturday.

Used mainly as a utility for the Wallabies playing five-eighth, centre, link alternatif rajawaliqq wing and fullback since his debut in 2016 – Hodge came on to replace Tom Banks in Saturday’s win over South Africa when his good friend suffered an arm fracture.

Hodge has since been named in the No.15 jumper for this weekend’s game against Los Pumas and hopes to cement his role as first-choice with six Tests remaining in 2021 – although he says he will take things one game at a time.

“It’s awesome to be able to get another starting berth after they’ve kind of been few and far between in the last couple of years,” Hodge said on Thursday.

“More so just this weekend I’m just taking it one game at a time.

“(It’s) a massive opportunity for myself and the squad this week to put together three back to back wins that, we haven’t done in quite a while.”

Hodge was a stellar replacement in the back-field in the 30-17 win over the Springboks, making smart defensive decisions and key cover tackles.

The only blight on his performance was under pressure of the high-ball through box-kicks from Springbok scrum-half Faf De Klerk, with that area a key focus in this week’s game preparation.

“It’s a constant work on for our back three.

Obviously, I’m very disappointed with my start last week and probably a bit unlike me,” Hodge said.

“In probably over 100 professional games I’ve never kind of had those kind of issues on the high ball before.

“So I’m going to take confidence out of that and then also the work I’ve done this week with the rest of the back three especially under the high ball… “

Hodge’s first start for the year at fullback is the only change to the Wallabies’ back three, with last week’s two-try hero Marika Koroibete on the left wing and Melbourne Rebels flyer Andrew Kellaway on the right.

While Hodge believes he can successfully use his big boot as a territorial weapon on the international stage he said he won’t stray from the overall team game plan.

“It’s something you definitely look for as a space in the back-field, especially if you’ve caught it in your own half,” he said on the 50-22 kick rule.

“But in saying that, we want to play an attacking style of rugby as well so I guess it’s about having balance in terms your decision making from the back.”