Archive for May 6th, 2015

Real Madrid Lose Champions League First Leg to Juventus


Real Madrid are still on course to retain their Champions League trophy, but they will have a tricky second leg to overcome against Juventus. In the yesterday match results, Real Madrid lost 2-1 away to Juventus in the first leg.

Carlos Tevez and Álvaro Morata proved to be too tough for the Real defence to handle. Former Los Blancos player Morata opened the scoring after only eight minutes, but surprisingly held back from celebrating in the face of the club that released him.

Real would attempt to fight back, though, and were rewarded with an invaluable away goal courtesy of Cristiano Ronaldo after 27 minutes. At half-time, it appeared that Real could get the better of Juventus.

But before Real could scored a second goal, Tevez scored after 57 minutes. The oft-moody Argentine gave his side a victory, but at the expense of an away goal that could be costly in the second leg.

Chester Vase Horse Racing Naps – 7 May 2015


Thursday 7 May brings a new day to enjoy yet another fantastic racing line-up. For today’s action, Chester Racecourse is an outstanding destination.

A total of seven races have been scheduled throughout the afternoon, with many fans eager to see Frankie Dettori and Jamie Spencer in action. The going is forecast as good to soft (good in places).

From the schedule, it is the £75,000 15:10 MBNA Chester Vase that is drawing major interest. Sky Sports has provided a couple of solid horse racing naps to help.

In a field of just six horses, Future Empire is the favourite at 11/4. The James Doyle-ridden three-year-old has won and placed three times in its past three races.

Hans Holbein is currently second-favourite at 2/1, based on the fact that it secured a victory in its last race. Meanwhile, Future Empire has not won in four.

Brighton Racecourse Results – 5 May 2015


Brighton Racecourse was fortunate enough to enjoy fine weather conditions on Wednesday (5 May). The going started off as good to soft before changing to good (good to soft in places). Conditions were ideal for favourites to triumph.

Fujiano’s 11/10 victory in the 14:20 Maiden Auction Stakes marked the first of three for favourites. Chevallier came next in the schedule, winning at 10/11 in the 14:50 Handicap. Freddy With A Y then stepped up with a more generous 9/4 triumph in the 15:20 Handicap.

Pick A Little at last broke up the dominance of the favourites by winning at 6/1 in the 15:50 Handicap. Tears Of The Sun then emerged as the next victor at 8/1 in the 16:20 Fillies Handicap.

Ginzan (3/1) beat out favourite Iseemist (5/4) to snatch the 16:50 Handicap. Glennten then concluded the UK horse racing results and payouts with a 15/8 win as favourite in the 17:25 Apprentice Handicap.