______________________________________________________________________________Garitano: “We have a lot of caste and we never give up”The Athletic Club coach of Bilbao, Gaizka Garitano, has assured, after qualifying his team for the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey, that they have demonstrated in the Heliodoro Rodríguez López that they have “a lot of caste and many eggs” and They never give up.In the press conference after the classification by penalties for the next round, the coach of Bilbao has reported that the whole game has been “marked” by the “fatal play” in the first minutes, with the expulsion and goal in against.“This team has shown that we have a lot of caste, a lot of eggs. We never give up. We’ve played with ten practically the whole game,” he recalled.Gaizka Garitano has reported that they never lost “faith” and “believed until the end in all adversities.”The coach thanked the fans of CD Tenerife for the gesture he had with Iñaki Williams for the racist insults he received, which he described as “very beautiful” and “thank you.”Baraja: “The elimination has been very cruel”The coach of CD Tenerife, Rubén Baraja, has reported that the elimination of the Copa del Rey against Athletic Club de Bilbao was “very cruel”, since they were tied in the last minutes of the extension after having made “an effort brutal”.The technician has reported that the team was “physically very fair” in the last minutes, while he has said that it has been “a match beautiful”.“We have been ahead three times before a team,” he has aggregate.Baraja has stressed that they must “extract the positive” from the game, before a “great rival”, while insisting that the second part “The fatigue was very great.” A vibrant meeting, surely unforgettable, he chose Athletic Bilbao in the penalty shootout. Tenerife had it in his hand, but with two minutes left until the end of the extension, Yuri forced her.The match started frantically: before the second minute, Herrerín was expelled for knocking Moore to the edge of the area and Ezkieta had to enter through Nuñez. And shortly after, the VAR warned from Williams in the visiting area and The referee whistled a penalty. Joselu, with great tranquility, set the 1-0.Little by little Athletic was accommodated in the field, despite having one less. First he tried high Raúl García and then who did not forgive was Williams who met the ball in the Ortolá area and diverted it to the net to tie. However, madness soon returned to Heliodoro when Joselu, volley in the area, beat the Basque goal and made the 2-1.The duel continued at a very intense pace. Williams again had a good option, but this time he could not overcome the Tenerife goalkeeper who covered the spaces very well. Half an hour arrived, the pace dropped a little, though those of Garitano were the ones in charge, but could not find the spaces.After the breakLekue had the first, but his shot was repelled by Ortolá (46 ’). Immediately, Baraja moved the bench to reinforce the defense with three centrals, putting Lasure, but a bad pass from Milla to Javi Alonso led to the theft of the indomitable Williams who did not forgive and matched the contest.The match was leveled, although Athletic gave more sense of danger than Tenerife. Luis Pérez saw Joselu in the area, but Yeray provided providentially. Then, Raúl García, head-on, nodded at Ortolá’s hands.The legs began to weigh on the Basques, who did not give up. Joselu, remained a nuisance for the Bilbao and taco defense almost scored, but Ezkieta reacted to pure reflex. Already in the final stretch, Tenerife seemed more whole, but could not avoid the extension.In the extra time, Carlos Ruiz saw the second yellow as soon as he started and the tired participants leveled. Lekue committed a penalty on Nahuel and Dani Gómez made it 3-2 and achieved delirium. In the second part of the extension, Tenerife held Stoic, but in the absence of two minutes, a shoe from Yuri tied the game and forced the penalties.
Stay on target Mattel Unveils Fashionable ‘Star Wars’ x Barbie Dolls‘Star Wars: Resistance’ Finale Sets Up ‘The Rise of Sk… EA’s past few years as the sole publisher of Star Wars video games have been… not great. Multiple games have been cancelled. The games that have been released have been riddled with potentially illegal amounts of microtransactions. And Jade Raymond, the star producer brought in to lead the whole #brand, recently left to work on Google’s ambitious Stadia streaming project instead.But Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the final film in the new Star Wars trilogy, releases later this year so you better believe EA has a new Star Wars game in the works to catch that free money at the same time. And if this past February taught us anything the EA team to pin your hopes on isn’t BioWare, currently caught in the Hell of post-launch Anthem, but Respawn Entertainment, currently basking in the glory of Apex Legends.Here’s the the first trailer (albeit cinematic, not gameplay) for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Respawn’s upcoming Star Wars game coming this November (and starring Gotham’s own Cameron Monaghan, following in Mark Hamill’s legacy of Jokers-turned Jedi and vice versa). Plus they put Debra Wilson in another video game!AdChoices广告 Become a Jedi. Tune-in for first look at #StarWarsJediFallenOrder this Saturday, at 1:30pm CDT from #StarWarsCelebration. Watch live at https://t.co/iI4qodqiOf, stay up to-date with the latest from Celebration at https://t.co/mVXi17qoJk. @EAStarWars pic.twitter.com/3B3bR3XDmn— Star Wars (@starwars) April 9, 2019Right now, we’re pretty sure we know that Jedi: Fallen Order is an action-adventure game following a Padawan trying to survive in the galaxy after Order 66 wipes out nearly every single other Jedi before the events of A New Hope. Given the fun and fluid movement of previous Respawn games like Titanfall and Apex Legends, we expect them to do justice by a character who wields The Force and a sick laser sword. We’re also hoping for some classic Star Wars Jedi Knight vibes in the gameplay. And what better place to make Kyle Katarn canon again.But aside from that this game, much like Episode IX, is one huge mystery. Fortunately, Lucasfilm should shed much more light on both projects at the upcoming Star Wars Celebration festival this coming weekend. In fact, you can watch a livestream reveal of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order this Saturday April 13 starting at 1:30 CDT. Get hyped!Watch live video from EAStarWars on www.twitch.tvAnd if that’s not enough new Star Wars video game news, check out this new trailer for the upcoming Oculus Rift virtual reality series Vader Immortal.For more on Star Wars check out this R2-D2 observatory and Topher Grace’s emotional trailer for the whole Star Wars saga.