No one coughs Lewandowski

first_imgRashfordManchester United19312,364124.4 ImmobileLazio28292,34183.6 Raul JimenezWolverhamptontwenty383,019151 * Via Transfermarkt Moussa DembéléLyon183. 42,682149 MbappéPSG22261,91387 OmenManchester Citytwenty-one251,64178.1 PlayerEquipmentGoalsMatchesMinutesAverage (one goal every X minutes) WernerLeipzig25292,29691.8 BenzemaReal Madrid18302,419134.4 IcardiPSG18261,74596.9 LewandowskiBayern35292,51371.8 MessiBarcelona19252,100110.5 Christian RonaldoJuventus22272,387108.5 English football is the most representedDespite not having any strikers in the top five, The Premier League has five representatives of the 15 best scorers in Europe. Some of them sneak by the fact of have two drinks and not stop the competitions for Christmas. SterlingFor example, he has played 35 games; Raul Jiménez, 38; Salah, 33 … Lewandowski, the undisputed leader, has played 29. In other words, most of them score a lot of goals, but a deficit average in relation to the other exposed players. The exception is the Agüero brand, which has celebrated 21 in 25 duels.Europe’s top 15 scorers and their average SalahLiverpool18332,861158.9 After the conclusion of the first half of the season, the world-renowned scorers have already put aside injuries, adaptation and the small details that lead to a battering ram. They already take the top of the pichichi table and have in mind, not only the titles with their clubs, but also the Golden Boot. For now, and with a notable difference to the rest, Robert Lewandowski sweeps the scoring classification of the season, with a devastating figure: 35 points.No one shades the Polish, who has achieved it in 2,513 minutes. That is to say, celebrates somewhat every 71.8 minutes, also best record of the entire continent. It follows, although not very closely, Ciro Immobile. The striker of Lazio has surprised in the scoring plane and adds a total of 28 goals. Close the podium Timo Werner (25), always taking into account all official competitions that have been played so far.Kylian Mbappé, despite having to share offensively with other world stars like Icardi Y Neymar, appears fourth with 22 targets. Christian, for those who do not spend the years, is fifth with also 22 in his locker. They close the ‘top 10’ Omen (twenty-one), Lukaku (twenty), Sterling (twenty), Raul Jimenez (20) and Lionel Messi (25). Unlike other campaigns in which the star Blaugrana swept the scorer plane, this pays some physical discomfort and the downturn of Barcelona.Only a Real Madrid player in the ‘top 15’The real Madrid, leader of the classification of LaLiga Santander and qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League, It only has one representative in the European scorers table. It’s Karim Benzema, erected as a leader in the field of attack. However, it has never been a consecrated battering ram and his team is shining more in defense than in attack. Those of Zidane have only conceded 13 goals in the national league league and have scored 40, even less than two per encounter. The Frenchman has scored 18 in 2,419: one goal every 135 minutes. LukakuIntertwenty292,469123.5 SterlingManchester Citytwenty352,801140.1last_img read more

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Airlines partner to improve access

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P In an effort to improve accessibility Air New Zealand and ANA plan to form a partnership in Japan to ensure their passengers have improved access to destinations in Japan and New Zealand.Confirming the partnership, Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer, Rob Fyfe and ANA President and Chief Executive Officer Mr Shinichiro Ito signed a Memorandum of Understanding at a Star Alliance CEO meeting in Ethiopia.The new relationship will provide Air New Zealand passengers access beyond the major gateways of Tokyo’s Narita and Osaka’s Kansai airports and offer ANA passengers access to destinations in New Zealand and the Australasian region.Additionally, the collaboration will also open up Japan as a passage for New Zealanders travelling to Europe and other Asian destinations as ANA operates flights to London, Paris, Munich and Frankfurt as well as a host of Asian destinations.As a result of the partnership, Air New Zealand will move its Narita airport base to Terminal 1 South from 25 March, placing it alongside other Star Alliance carriers.  The move will offer passengers a smooth transit to connecting flights operated by ANA and other Star Alliance partners.  Air New Zealand’s Group General Manager International Airline, Christopher Luxon, said the new partnership will expand their reach. “While Japan has been a very important destination for us for three decades, this new relationship will help further extend our reach both within Japan and to points beyond,” Mr Luxon said. “We have a clear strategy to develop strong alliances to support our core business and this new ANA code share is a good example of putting that strategy into action.”The pending code share arrangement is subject to regulatory approval, but plans to commence services in March next year. Air New Zealand and ANA launch new partnershiplast_img read more

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