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We wish to advise that as a mark
of respect for the passing of Mr.
Jack Bynoe, Partner / Consultant
at the firm Bynoe Rowe Wiltshire
Partnership, our offices will be
closed on Friday 12th. February.
The service for Mr. Jack Bynoe
will be held at 10.30 a.m. on
Friday 12th. at St. Finbar's R.C.
Church, Diego Martin 0211080
Thursday, February 11, 2016 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
scored two goals for Bayern
Munich to beat 10-man Bochum
3-0 and reach the German Cup
Also, Hertha Berlin reached the
semifinals for the first time in 35
years by winning at Heidenheim 3-
2. Second-division Bochum, playing
at home, made an encouraging start
with the first big chances falling to
Simon Terodde within three minutes
of each other early on.
Bayern enjoyed most of the pos-
session but struggled to create any
real opportunities until Thomas
Mueller set up Lewandowski to
score in off the left post in the 39th.
Bochum was dealt another blow
four minutes later when Jan
Simunek was sent off for bringing
down Arjen Robben as the last
defender. But Manuel Riemann
saved the resultant penalty, taken
poorly by Mueller.
Thiago Alcantara got the goal the
visitors had been threatening since
the interval, again set up by Mueller,
after a cool flick over a defender
Mueller missed another great
chance three minutes later, and
Robben set up Douglas Costa to
shoot over as Bayern failed to make
the most of its superiority.
Lewandowski rounded off the
scoring in the final minute with a
cool finish after Robben played him
Earlier, Arne Feick got second-
division side Heidenheim off to a
flying start agaist Hertha when he
converted at the near post from a
But Vedad Ibisevic was left
unmarked at the far post to equalise
four minutes later, and he put
Hertha ahead seven minutes after
that with a fine finish to Mitchell
Weiser s cross.
Midfielder Genki Haraguchi
sealed the result in the 58th when
he left three Heidenheim defenders
standing before scoring with his
Marc Schnatterer s late penalty
proved to be just a consolation for
Hertha said Salomon Kalou suf-
fered a suspected muscle fiber tear
in his right thigh.
Borussia Dortmund and Werder
Bremen won their quarterfinals on
Barcelona in 29 straight
matches without loss
MADRID--- Barcelona s second-
stringers salvaged a 1-1 draw
against Valencia in the Copa del
Rey semifinals to extend its
unbeaten streak to 29 matches and
break the club record yesterday.
Barcelona reached its third-straight
Copa final 8-1 on aggregate after it won
the first leg 7-0 at the Camp Nou last
Striker Alvaro Negredo gave Valencia
the lead in a breakaway before halftime,
but Cameroon-born youngster Wilfrid
Kaptoum, a member of Barcelona s B
team, equalised in the 84th, only two
minutes after coming off the bench.
Barcelona broke the record it shared
with Pep Guardiola s 2011 squad, despite
playing without nearly all of its regular
starters at Mestalla Stadium in Valencia,
including Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, and
double as PSG beats Lyon
PARIS---Paris Saint-Germain beat
Lyon 3-0 to reach the French Cup
quarterfinals yesterday and remain on
course to repeat its domestic treble of
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who scored two
second-half goals, will be out of contract
at the end of the season and was waiting
on a new deal --- despite playing some
of the best football of his career. He
has 27 goals this season, and 133 in 160
games since joining PSG four years ago.
His first goal was typically spectacular,
if unorthodox, as he chested in a cross
from the left. Four minutes later, he
finished from close range after latching
onto a cross from the right.
Midfielder Adrien Rabiot got the third
goal, although he was well offside.
Sunderland winger admits
sexual activity with child
Adam Johnson has pleaded guilty in
court to one count of sexual activity
with a child and another of grooming.
The 28-year-old Johnson, who has
made 12 appearances for England, denies
two charges of sexual activity with a girl
under the age of 16.
The former Manchester City player,
who joined Sunderland in 2012 for ten
million pounds (now about US$14.5 mil-
lion), appeared in the dock at Bradford
Crown Court yesterday.
CSKA Moscow signs Russia captain
MOSCOW---Russia captain Roman Shi-
rokov joined CSKA Moscow on a free
transfer yesterday until the end of the
With the European Championship
coming up, Shirokov was without a club
after leaving Spartak Moscow last month
by mutual consent following a reported
breakdown in relations with manage-
Joining Russian Premier League leader
CSKA is a return home for the 34-year-
old Shirokov, who started at CSKA s acad-
emy but left in 2001 to seek first-team
Shirokov s move also means he will
play his club football under Russia coach
Leonid Slutsky, who is combining his
duties with CSKA and the national team.
AROUND THE FOOTBALL FIELDS
Bayern, Hertha Berlin in German Cup semis
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