Sport Tuesday Monza, Wednesday Oschersleben: Pereira's Night in Seat Alhambra
VAR chaos strikes again as West Brom are bizarrely denied a goal
Mbaye Diagne steered home a close-range header to edge the hosts into the lead at the Hawthorns - but a lengthy check by the technology then chalked it off. Replays showed Diagne apparently onside, however, despite the linesman's raised flag, and it was soon revealed that VAR were unable to 'draw a definitive line'. © Provided by Daily Mail West Brom were denied a goal against Southampton despite Mbaye Diagne appearing onside The explanation behind the decision was given to Sky Sports during the first half.
motorway for Dylan Pereira,not the only test drives, he completed this week. Namely on Tuesday, when his colleagues from the ADC GT Masters had already been on the track in Oschersleben on the route, Pereira turned his laps in Monza.
"I was still in Monza at the official test days for the Porsche Supercup. But I knew that I had to drive the same day for Oschersleben," says Pereira in conversation with 'Motorsport-Total.com'.
And how did the Vice-Champion of the Porsche SuperCup 2020 and Rookie in the ADAC GT Masters 2021 mastered the tour from Lombardy into the Magdeburg Börde? "I took my father, put a mattress in the car and off went to Oschersleben. We made almost 1,000 kilometers and arrived here at four o'clock in the morning."
Gladstone Mayor Matt Burnett will run for federal seat of Flynn
Gladstone Mayor Matt Burnett is selected as the federal candidate for the seat of Flynn in what experts say could symbolise a Labor "coup" for regional Queensland seats. Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese will announce Cr Burnett as Labor's candidate for the seat today in a trip to the city — a decision that could spark yet another local government by-election in Central Queensland.Cr Burnett – who is also a Local Government Association of Queensland board member — has been an open Labor member — and was last year slated to contest the Flynn seat.
"We have taken a Seat Alhambra, a van, where a mattress fit and I could lie well," says Pereira. He slept on the 1,000-kilometer trip "as halfway, maybe four hours," as he says.
"I've already driven 24-hour race. There are only one, two hours [sleep]," grins the 23-year-old Luxembourg and says, "As long as it is one, two days that's how it fits Already. It would be like that for a week, then it would be hard. "
By the way: On Wednesday in Oschersleben, Pereira ranked in the daily rating along with his teammate Jannes Fittje at the wheel of Bernhard-Porsche with the start number 74 in five of the Times list.
NRL boss Graham Annesley urges players to 'take more responsibility' over high tackles .
NRL boss Graham Annesley has criticised players and urged them to 'take more responsibilty' over high tackles, following some ugly incidents over the weekend. Siosifa Talakai and Jordan Pereira were both sin-binned for high shots over the weekend, while a plethora of other players were charged. Talakai has been suspended for four weeks for his tackle on Matt Doorey, while Pereira could miss up to five games after he caught James Tedesco with a swinging arm on Anzac Day. It comes just a week after Bulldogs enforcer Jack Hetherington was sent off for a coathanger and suspended for five games.