#1 When we first started talking about the 2017 cars, I von mary123 22.03.2019 07:35

Willy Caballero was Manchester Citys unlikely hero as his spot kick saves gave them a 3-1 penalty shoot-out victory over Liverpool following a 1-1 draw in the Capital One Cup final. City appeared to be on their way to victory in normal time after Fernandinho struck a low shot under Simon Mignolet shortly after the break, but Philippe Coutinho equalised with just seven minutes remaining.Caballero then saved three Liverpool penalties in the shoot-out before Yaya Toure stepped up to dispatch the winning spot kick. From Caballeros heroics to Jurgen Klopps cup final heartache, here are the main talking points from Wembley. Caballero the hero for City An emotional Willy Caballero was the hero for Pellegrinis men, saving three penalties in their 3-1 shoot-out victory over Liverpool Willy Caballeros inclusion ahead of Joe Hart was met with widespread disbelief after his FA Cup horror show against Chelsea a week ago, but he couldnt have scripted a better response. After an assured performance across the 120 minutes which included a vital stop from Divock Origi in extra-time, the Argentine produced three outstanding penalty saves to win the shootout.City looked to be in trouble when Emre Can scored and Fernandinho struck the post, but Caballero athletically saved from Lucas Leiva and Coutinho before producing a stunning one-handed stop to deny Adam Lallana. With tears in his eyes on the pitch at the end of the game, he told Sky Sports: It was a hard week for me but we have the trophy now and we have to enjoy it.The 34-year-old followed Pellegrini from Malaga and he was indebted to his manager for keeping faith in him for the final. Im blessed to have this coach, he said. He gives me the opportunity to come here and play in this cup and this final. Pellegrini was equally delighted. I know some media were ready to criticise me if Willy made a mistake but I trust him so I am very happy, he said. He deserves it.Klopp denied first Liverpool trophy Jurgen Klopp believes his Liverpool side need to bounce back and move on quickly after their Capital One Cup heartbreak While Manchester City celebrated their second League Cup in three seasons, Jurgen Klopp was left to rue more cup heartache. After Champions League and German Cup near-misses in his last three seasons at Borussia Dortmund, the German has now suffered cup final defeats in each of his last four seasons as a manager.Liverpools Europa League campaign means he could yet end his first season at Anfield with silverware, but its little consolation after coming so close at Wembley. The Reds rode their luck to stay in the game until the closing stages, but Coutinhos late equaliser gave them the momentum, and they had chances to win it in extra-time.Klopps disappointment was obvious after the game, but he called on his side to put the defeat behind them and focus on Wednesdays Premier League meeting at Anfield. You can fall down, but you have to stand up, he told Sky Sports. We have the next chance on Wednesday against Man City. Its another game and another tournament and we have to carry on. We cant change this game now.Sterling gets what he went for Raheem Sterling missed two golden scoring opportunities against his old side When Raheem Sterling completed his acrimonious move from Anfield to the Etihad Stadium in the summer, he said the prospect of winning trophies year in, year out was his motivation. For a long time at Wembley, it appeared those words might come back to haunt him.The 21-year-old missed two glaring opportunities to double Citys lead after Fernandinhos opener. The first came on the hour-mark, when he side-footed David Silvas cross wide of Simon Mignolets post. Then, just three minutes before Coutinhos equaliser, he wildly miscued after fine work from Sergio Aguero on the right.It looked as though he might be made to pay the price in a frantic finale, but Caballeros saves and Toures winning penalty spared his blushes. Just seven months after joining City, Sterling has his first winners medal.Defeat harsh on battling Lucas Lucas Leivas penalty was saved by Willy Caballero in the shoot-out The defeat was particularly tough on Lucas Leiva, who performed heroically for Liverpool in an unfamiliar centre-back role before missing his penalty in the shoot-out. The Brazilian midfielder has been forced to fill in at the back due to a spate of defensive injuries, and his task was made even tougher at Wembley when partner Mamadou Sakho was forced off injured in the first half.Despite the upheaval and faced with the considerable threat of Sergio Aguero, Lucas excelled. He ranked first among his team-mates for interceptions (eight) and clearances (six) and also posted a passing accuracy of 87.7 per cent - the highest of any player to have started the game.His battling display was summed up by a brilliantly-timed tackle on Pablo Zabaleta and a vital headed clearance from a Toure free kick in the closing stages of extra-time, and it did not go unnoticed by Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher, who described him as the best player on the pitch, and Jamie Redknapp, who labelled him magnificent.Pellegrini kicks off trophy-winning send off Manuel Pellegrini insists he wants to finish his reign at Manchester City with as many trophies as possible The news of Pep Guardiolas impending arrival at the Etihad threatened to derail Pellegrinis last season in charge, but he marked his 150th game as Citys manager with his third trophy. In 2014, League Cup success was the catalyst to their Premier League triumph, and this year they will be hoping it can help them in the Champions League too.Pellegrini is certainly focused on the task ahead. We need to keep fighting for the title of the Premier League, he told Sky Sports as City celebrated on the Wembley turf. We are nine points behind the leader but we have one game in hand. Now we need to cut those points and continue in the Champions League.Former City man Niall Quinn is also feeling optimistic. Its now about Man City winning trophies, its not about Pellegrini leaving, he said. They are united as one. They are in with a chance of two more trophies, and Ive got to say he has been a class act during his time here. Also See: City win Cup on penalties Klopp bemoans defeat Pellegrini trusts Caballero Air Jordan Trainers Uk . 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I cant pinpoint a date, but I do remember a player from my youth. Brian Downing was with the Chicago White Sox at a time when I listened to every game I possibly could on the radio. That particular season the late great Harry Caray was calling the White Sox games. Williams technical chief Pat Symonds says Red Bull has played a key role in determining what 2017s new cars will look like.The revised regulations for next year include wider front and rear wings and fatter tyres, with the overall aim of significantly slashing lap times. The new rules centre around a compromise tabled by McLaren after Red Bulls initial proposals were watered down.However, Symonds says the finer details of the new cars have been styled along the lines of Red Bull suggestions.I do think the cars look nice, Symonds told Autosport. When we first started talking about the 2017 cars, I was worried because there was this real drive for a retro look. A retro look wouldnt have done anything.But I really pat Red Bull on the back for doing a great job in styling the car because what they did was take away what the Strategy Group hadd asked for and they really styled it.dddddddddddd They started with this premise that we want the car to look like its going fast even when its stationary and I thought yeah, thats a really nice way of expressing it.Theyve come up with something that looks great. When you see the physical model in the windtunnel -- and windtunnel cars never look particularly attractive -- I think they are good-looking cars.The previous two regulation overhauls, in 2009 and 2014, led to a shake up of the pecking order. Rivals are hoping the new cars will break Mercedes recent hegemony and move the emphasis away from engines, though the world champions have also excelled on the aerodynamic side since its dominance began in 2014. ' ' '

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