Alli sends fans into frenzy with outrageous touch and goal against United

first_img@Lucasjhunter1 good goal this— Danny/DJYGaming 😝😝 (@DannyYates1818) December 4, 2019 But the stopper’s blushes were spared emphatically after Alli netted his fourth goal in as many matches under new boss Jose Mourinho.The playmaker took the ball down after it fell loose from a shot and easily shrugged off a tackle from Fred by flicking it around the hopeless United midfielder.Alli’s flick put him at an impossible angle but he somehow poked the ball past David De Gea to level the game.Fans online were gobsmacked with the finish – with one questioning what Mourinho has been feeding the inform midfielder.One said: “He’s definitely back.”Another said: “In absolute awe of this goal by Dele Alli.”One added: “What has Mourinho been feeding Dele Alli.”3What has Mourinho been feeding Dele Alli— ManUtdMindset (@ManUtdMindset) December 4, 2019 Absolutely filthy @dele_official 🔥 #COYS— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) December 4, 2019 Dele Alli that is naughty— JCC | Pro Clubs 🌍 (@WorldofJCC) December 4, 2019— Will Stone (@BIGWILL_78) December 4, 2019center_img DELE ALLI scored a wonder goal against Manchester United to equalise for Tottenham.The midfielder’s England team-mate Marcus Rashford opened the scoring on six minutes after he cut in from the left and beat flapping keeper Paulo Gazzaniga at the near post.3 Dele Alli took the ball down after it fell loose from a cross, easily shrugged off an easy tackle from FredCredit: Getty – ContributorDele, what have you just done?! 😯A sublime first touch and finish to bring Spurs level!#PLonPrime #MUNTOT— Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) December 4, 2019 @MichaelJordaaan he’s definitely back— Joshua 🌴 (@JoshHorsley) December 4, 2019 It was not the only talking point from the half, as United winger Dan James took out former Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho on his return to Manchester.Welshman James was battling for the ball with Spurs midfielder Harry Winks when he tumbled off the pitch.Dele Alli slams ‘arrogant’ Spurs as Marcus Rashford ruins Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United returnMost read in football THROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himMourinho did his best to avoid contact with the United wideman but ended up receiving an inadvertent headbutt.A falling James went face first into the knee of Mourinho – who did well to remain on his feet.It is the first time the ex-Chelsea boss is back in the dugout at Old Trafford since his sacking last season.3 Alli netted his fourth goal in as many matches under new boss Jose Mourinho.Credit: AFP or licensorslast_img read more

Indian techies sees tremendous opportunity in Digital India

first_imgFrom Lalit K Jha Washington, Sep 24 (PTI) A section of Indian techies, who have made a mark for themselves in the highly competitive Silicon Valley, see tremendous opportunity for them in the ambitious Digital India plan of the Modi government. Prakash Bhalerao, a successful entrepreneur said, India is moving up the value chain from being in service industry to a product development paradigm. The early venture capitalists investing in India replicated successful business models of Silicon Valley like Flipkart based on Amazon, Ola Cabs based on Uber and so on and they have given good return to the VCs, Bhalerao said at a penal discussion on Digital India in Sunnyvale. However this could change as new products for Indian markets are now beginning to emerge, Bhalerao, a venture capitalist, said. “We believe Prime Minister Modi sees an important role of technology and innovation from Silicon Valley in his plan of making India transition from a developing nation to a developed nation,” said Khanderao Kand, director, Big Data at Oracle and founder of Global Indian Technology Professionals Organisation. There is an overwhelming sentiment of techies and entrepreneurs from the Silicon Valley who are eager to welcome Modi over the weekend, he said. Ashok Banerjee, chief technology officer and vice president engineering at Symantec, said lack of digitisation leads to long delays in getting services and healthcare. This results in lack of transparency and corruption in the system. Observing that in India a lot of productivity is lost due to waiting in queues to get things done, he said, this could easily be done online like here inUS. “Privacy concerns are everywhere, but that does not mean you do not digitize, but instead you do it in a secure fashion,” Banerjee said. He said without digitisation and sharing of data securely, such high-value companies like AirBnB, would not have come into existence and the popularity of these services indicate that people are willing to share their information as long as they are secured by an entity or government policies. According to Bhalerao for StartUP India mantra to succeed and to replicate the Silicon Valley in India, one will need to attract people from other nations, provide better infrastructure and connectivity. “India missed the industrial revolution due to colonisation, butthe mobile revolution should not be missed,? he said. PTI LKJ KNDadvertisementlast_img read more