Friday, 9 November 2018

LED SMART TV 55 inch K5000 Black,price and specifications

This LED SMART 55 inch K5000 Television is genius, with it's android and smart TV features, QWERTY multi-function remote control and excellent interface.

Main features
  • SMART means fast and uninterrupted browsing & wireless connectivity with compatible devices.
  • Automatic Volume Leveller (AVL) to manage sudden volume changes when switching channels.
  • Up to 3 HDMI ports so you can connect multiple devices to your SMART TV simultaneously.
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) giving you access to satellite, cable, and terrestrial programming.

Full specifications.


TV type                  LED
Resolution            3840*2160
Aspect ratio          16:9
Refresh rate          50/60hz
Contrast                 5000:1


Picture mode
Digital comb fliter             yes
Noise reduction                 yes


Audio mode

Sunday, 14 January 2018

Kane becomes a Spurs legend

The Spurs star is now on 98 Premier League goals, surpassing Teddy Sheringham, but both he and manager Mauricio Pochettino say there’s much more to come.
"He's so talented, so professional, I am very happy," Pochettino BT Sport. "I congratulate him, he deserves the credit.
"In this way he's going to break all the records in the Premier League and England. I'm so happy, it's fantastic because he helps for the win."
Kane had a similar response to the feat, and to the comfortable win over the Toffees in which Son Heung-Min and Christian Eriksen also found the net.
But he is not focusing on future milestones, telling BT Sport: "Four-nil in any game is a great result, Everton are a good side and we played well, we created space and took our chances.
"It's something I'm very proud of but it's on to the next one, just keep going and these boys are great at setting me up. We've got to just keep winning games as a team and hopefully I'll keep scoring."
The win takes Spurs level on points with fourth-placed Liverpool, who have a game in hand against undefeated league leaders Manchester City on Sunday.
"It's so important to be there, fighting very close," Pochettino added. "Three points is the gap to Chelsea and United, and Liverpool.
"Of course, [Liverpool and United] play tomorrow and Monday. But there's a long way to go until the end of the season. We need consistency until then to show we're fighting for the top four."

City defeated at last as Reds win

The goals were flowing at Anfield this Sunday, where Manchester City had their first taste of defeat all season as Liverpool earned a thrilling 4-3 win. Liverpool 4 Manchester City 3 Ox finds the bottom corner Sane pulls City level Firmino and Mane strike in quick succession Salah catches out Ederson Bernardo Silva and Gundogan score late
Match Summary
The Reds were ahead in the ninth minute when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain picked out the bottom corner, but ended the half back on level terms after Leroy Sane thumped in an equaliser five minutes before the break.
Roberto Firmino showed great strength and composure to put the Reds back into the lead on the hour mark, before Sadio Mane doubled that advantage with an equally spectacular strike just two minutes later.
Mohamed Salah made a fool of Ederson, catching the goalkeeper off his line to extend Liverpool’s advantage, before Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan pulled two goals back for City late on.
Full Report
The first heart-in-mouth moment arrived as early as the fourth minute when Roberto Firmino flicked the ball over the top for Sadio Mane to run onto, but his first touch wash terrible to allow the defence back into position, and the chance fizzled away after Mohamed Salah’s shot was deflected away from danger.
At the other end, a positive drive forward from Kevin De Bruyne resulted in a half-chance that Raheem Sterling was not able to take under his control, and his subsequent appeals to the referee were greeted with boos from the Anfield crowd, or whom he is still very much a persona non grata.
The first goal arrived early, and from a somewhat unlikely source in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. The former Arsenal man picked up possession in midfield after a scrappy exchange and unleashed a low, fizzing shot across Ederson in goal and into the bottom corner.
The Reds were threatening for a second, with Sadio Mane causing problems for the City defence, holding up the ball and then back-heeling to find Salah, who was unable to thread the needle before City could clear. At the other end, Sergio Aguero was unable to get a toe to De Bruyne’s cross, despite throwing himself at the ball as it fizzed across the Liverpool goal.
City were not at their best in the first half and some of their midfield play was bordering on sloppy, but they were level with five minutes left of the first half thanks to some terrific play from Leroy Sane. The German controlled a long, cross-field pass on his chest, taking him past Joe Gomez in the process, before unleashing a thumping shot in at the near post.
10 minutes into the second half and Oxlade-Chamberlain came close to his second of the match with a bit of skill and a shot just wide at the near post, just a few seconds after Salah’s fierce volley was palmed away by Ederson.
The Reds were back in the lead on the hour mark when Firmino chased down a through-pass and shouldered John Stones off the ball before curling a lovely effort past Ederson and into the top corner.
Mane had clipped the outside of the post ahead of Firmino's goal, and the Senegal international scored their third not long afterwards. Salah put pressure on Otamendi to pick the ball off him, and played it square for Mane, who took a touch to control it before unleashing a firecracker into the top corner with his left foot.
Salah added a fourth in the 68th minute, and possibly the best of the bunch. Ederson had come off his line to clear the danger, but his clearance was low and straight into Salah, who saw the Brazilian goalkeeper off his line and lifted the ball over him and into the empty net.
There was some late consolation or City and a goal under his belt for Bernardo Silva, who came on in place of Raheem Sterling in the second half. The ball fell nicely to the Portugal international just inside the box, and he supplied an emphatic finish to pull it back to 4-2 with six minutes left to play.
As the match entered four minutes of stoppage time Sane was still running at the Liverpool defence, and his probing saw the ball fall towards Ilkay Gundogan in the box, who took a touch on his chest before scrambling it past Karius to make it an uneasy finish for the home side.

Marcelo: We are sinking

late breakaway goal from Pablo Fornals, who chipped the ball over Keylor Navas after he had saved from Enes Unal, was the difference between the two sides and  ramped up the pressure on coach Zinedine Zidane.
"It is one of the worst situations I've experienced here," said Marcelo.
"We're trying to play good football, to move the ball around and score goals but it's not coming off."
Real are currently in fourth spot on 32 points, eight points behind Valencia and 10 points behind, while Villarreal moved up to fifth place on 31 points.
"It is how it looks from the outside - we are sad, angry and we feel like we are sinking," added the Brazilian fullback.
Real dominated and fired in 28 shots, more than any other side in a La Liga game this season, but they couldn’t find a way past Villarreal keeper Asenjo.
The under-pressure Zidane, who led Madrid to the La Liga and Champions League titles last year, insisted that his side can still "turn this around".
"We don't deserve this, we think we played well but the ball just didn't want to go in for us. I cannot explain why," he said.
"Today was a hammer blow but we are going to turn things around on Thursday [at Leganes in the Copa del Rey]."
"It might be a mental aspect that is stopping us from winning," Zidane added. "When we are on a bad run there are always negatives to pick up on.
"We shot on target but didn't score, when there were rebounds we were not on the end of them. This can wear you down mentally.
"We did everything possible to win and I honestly cannot reproach my players for their actions. I am not happy but nor do I feel beaten."

Mourinho want Alex Sanchez to red devil

Jose Mourinho has further fuelled speculations he will do business this transfer window even as Alexis Sanchez appears closer to a move to the Red Devils.
United are yet to make any signings this January transfer window, but have been strongly linked with Sanchez, whose contract at Arsenal runs out at the end of the season and Mourinho has now suggested they will make a move for the Chilean.
“Our squad was not (built) to have new players in January,' he said.
“We build a squad with this idea, with this philosophy that I share with Mr (Ed) Woodward and the owners. Normally the investment is to be made in the summer. The balance of the squad is made in the summer.
“But sometimes, it (a transfer) can happen. Okay, if on the table is a fantastic opportunity, you fight for that fantastic opportunity. If it happens, it happens. If it doesn't happen, it doesn't happen. But I like my squad and I like my players.
“I think normally next summer we will try again to improve our squad in the different departments and try to make every department stronger. That's the normal situation with us.
“If in the winter market you do something, you have to do something that stops you to do it again in the summer. So you are not going to buy a goalkeeper now and buy another goalkeeper in the summer. So if you decide to improve the goalkeeper group now, you are not going to improve it again in the summer.
“Let's say in the summer we have three targets - a defender, a midfielder and an attacking player - if in the winter you do one of the three, then in the summer you are going to do three minus one.”

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Immobile agent hits out at Napolip

Immobile, 27, has been subject of interest from Europe's elite due to his incredible record of 52 goals and 15 assists in 65 games for Biancocelesti since his €8.75 million transfer from Dortmund.
With Simone Inzaghi's side now slapping a €70m price-tag on the former Torino marksman, his agent Alessandro Moggi revealed he was offered at a bargain price to the Serie A title chasers.
"Immobile? De Laurentiis could've signed him for €8m, but he didn't want him. That's the great De Laurentiis for you," Moggi told Il Processo di Biscardi about the Napoli president.
Moggi went on to advise Simone Verdi to remain at Bologna after reports surfaced Napoli are keen to triple his wages in order to take him to the Stadio San Paolo.
"Verdi? He's right not to join Napoli. He wouldn't play regularly like he's doing at Bologna. He must end the season [with Bologna] and then weigh things up properly."

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

WAFU Women’s Cup 2018 : Super Falcons drawn with Senegal, Togo

Nigeria’s female national team, the Super Falcons, have been in Group B of this year’s WAFU Women’s Cup.
They will face Senegal, Benin Republic and Togo in the preliminary rounds.
The Super Falcons will have to win the group or come second, in order to book a ticket to the semi-finals of the maiden edition of WAFU.
Hosts Ivory Coast are drawn in Group A alongside Ghana, Niger Republic, and Burkina Faso.
The draw for the eight-team tournament was held in Abidjan.
The WAFU Women’s Cup 2018 will run from February 14 to 24.