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Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 2 Mar 2019 1:29 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Comment Ramsey opened the scoring for the Gunners in the north London derby (Picture: Getty)His goal left Arsenal’s supporters in a frenzy with happiness as the club took the lead over their rivals, with Wright nearly breaking his phone.ADVERTISEMENTHe attempted to film himself shouting into his front camera, but couldn’t fully control himself which led to him dropping his device on the floor.Yesssssssssssss pic.twitter.com/iat4H7kcY3— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) March 2, 2019 AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalFortunately for him, it didn’t break and he then proceeded to upload it onto his social media platforms to show his delight for Arsenal.His passion for the Gunners has remained since he left the club in 1998, where he enjoyed seven seasons leading the side’s attack.He bagged 185 goals in 288 appearances for the club between 1991 and 1998.MORE: Ian Wright takes pop at Jordan Henderson as he defends Arsenal youngster Matteo GuendouziWill Arsenal finish in the top four?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Wright remains an avid supporter of Arsenal following his retirement (Picture: Getty)Arsenal legend Ian Wright took his celebrations to the extreme after watching Aaron Ramsey’s opening goal in the north London derby on Saturday.Ramsey latched on to an Alexandre Lacazette through-ball to open the scoring at Wembley after just 15 minutes.The Welshman had time and space to think about his finish, but he navigated his way around Bernd Leno with ease before slotting home with his left foot.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Advertisement WATCH: Aaron Ramsey’s opening goal for Arsenal sends Ian Wright into raptures Advertisement
A BETTER understanding of his own game and knowledge of coping with specific match situations has helped Jason Mohammed transform his game over the last year, leading to a knock like the unbeaten 91 off 58 balls in the first ODI against Pakistan on Friday.Mohammed’s half-century, his third of the year, was the bedrock of West Indies’ record chase of 309, as they rallied from 158 for 4 in the 34th over to complete a four-wicket win with an over to spare.“Starting from CPL  with Guyana Amazon Warriors, my whole game has changed a lot,” Mohammed said after the match. “I have really gained a lot of confidence and momentum and I did well with the A team as well.I think I just know my game a little better now, in terms of maturity, and knowing how to play(in) certain situations has definitely brought me a long way.”With 287 runs in 12 matches, Mohammed was the second-highest run-getter for Amazon Warriors after Chris Lynn, and played a few key knocks in the side’s successful chases during the tournament. Last month, in the home series against England, he played his first ODI in a year and a half, and was one of the few bright spots in West Indies’ 3-0 defeat, scoring fifties in the first two matches.On Friday, West Indies needed 128 off 13 overs with Mohammed batting on 15. He quickly switched gears, bringing up his fifty off 31 balls, and dominated the 70-run fifth-wicket partnership with Jonathan Carter, which revived the chase. That was followed by an unbroken 50-run partnership with Ashley Nurse for the seventh wicket.Nurse, who took 4 for 62 in Pakistan’s innings, slammed 34 off 15 balls, while Mohammed ended the match with 11 fours and three sixes. Mohammed said he was a momentum player, who needed to settle in before going for the big shots.“It was a very good innings. Coming in to bat early, there was a little bit of pressure in terms of strike rate and stuff but I knew that I had to play myself in and rotate the strike and gain momentum, and take it down to the end as much as possible. That’s exactly what we did as a team.“As I always say, I tend to start off a little bit slower. I am a momentum player and I know that so long as I get my game right, it’s going to come off. Try and work the ball around till I get a start and then I can hit the ball when I get in. That was my plan today and everything worked out excellently.”Nurse was pleased that three of his four wickets came in the last 15 overs of Pakistan’s chase, with the opposition looking for big overs. “My job first and foremost is to bowl and get people out so I was very happy with the wickets,” Nurse said. “I won’t say I was happy with the bowling because I bowled some bad balls in between but it was nice to get the Pakistan wickets when they were really going helter skelter at the back end, and it was nice to come back even in the last 10 overs and get some wickets.”Coming in to bat with West Indies needing 50 off 33 balls, Nurse went after Pakistan’s quick bowlers in the end overs, buoyed by the fact that he had been striking the ball well in the nets.“Jason was hitting the ball really nicely and he came out to rotate the strike,” Nurse said. “I was hitting the ball well in the nets so I knew my form was good and I just kept trying to hit the ball nice and straight and I backed myself to get the ball past the boundary and also give him the strike.”The second ODI will be played at Providence today.(Cricinfo)
NHL FREE AGENCY: Complete list of all 31 teams’ UFA, RFA playersHeinen, 24, took the ice for 77 games in his second NHL season and finished with 34 points (11 goals, 23 assists) and a plus-13 rating. He added two goals and six assists in the playoffs.Based on @CapFriendly’s numbers, the Bruins should have about $7.3 million left in terms of cap space following Heinen’s new deal.Still have RFAs in McAvoy and Carlo to sign.— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) July 10, 2019The Langley, B.C., native’s new deal leaves Boston with $7,353,334 in projected salary cap space according to CapFriendly. That should be more than enough to bring back defensemen Brandon Carlo and Charlie McAvoy, who are both restricted free agents. The Bruins’ front office made sure it wouldn’t have to trek to Toronto for a contract arbitration hearing this summer.Boston on Tuesday signed restricted free-agent center Danton Heinen to a two-year contract with an average annual value (AAV) of $2.8 million. Heinen was the only Bruins restricted free agent to file for arbitration this offseason. His hearing was scheduled for Aug. 3.