James marks Man Utd debut with goal against Chelsea

first_imgDaniel James got his life at Manchester United off to a fine start, coming off the bench to net his club’s fourth in a rout against Chelsea on Sunday.  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were cruising by the time James entered the fray, with Marcus Rashford having scored from the penalty spot in the first half to put the home team in front, but two quick-fire goals just after the hour mark, first from Anthony Martial and then a second from Rashford, put the match beyond Chelsea.  James entered the match in the 75th minute, taking the place of Andreas Pereira, and it didn’t take the youngster long to make his mark.   Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Paul Pogba played provider, dashing out of midfield and had looked to be in on goal before cutting the ball back near the top of the box. The slick pass split two Chelsea defenders, and James found himself in the enviable position of being in front of Kepa’s goal.  A slight bobble gave Chelsea’s Emerson time to recover a bit, but James managed to get a shot away which took a slight deflection off the Blues defender before finding the net. Having joined United in a £15 million ($19m) move this summer from Swansea City, the 21-year-old is already making a bit of a name for himself.  The Wales international scored the winning penalty in a shootout against AC Milan to close out pre-season in Cardiff. “You couldn’t write it,” the Welshman told MUTV at the time.  “Amazing. We’ve come from behind, today was a different test.”He has now recorded his first goal for the club in a competitive match as his star continues to rise at the Theatre of Dreams.  It was just the fifth league goal for James in his professional career, having scored four times for Swansea, and, amazingly, all five of those strikes have come in home matches.  “I don’t think you can sum up how it feels, to come on and score on my debut,” he said on Match of the Day. “I’ve dreamt of that. Ole said to be ready to come on. He said to go and enjoy yourself.”Everything we have been doing in pre-season we have done today – high press and winning the ball back. We were keeping it well, even at 3-0 and 4-0. It sets us up well going in to next week.”James could get the chance to add to his growing legacy with the club returning to the pitch next Monday against Wolves, looking to continue their fine start to the new campaign.last_img read more

Morocco Welcomed Over 11000 Foreign Students in 2017

Rabat – In 2017, more than 11,000 foreign students have chosen Morocco to pursue their university studies. Morocco welcomed over 11,000 foreign students for the 2017-2018 school year, according to the latest figures of the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation (AMCI).According to the AMCI, 85 percent of these students come from African and Sub-Saharan countries, with 9,000 students of the total number.The majority of these students come to Morocco to pursue their education thanks to scholarships given by the Kingdom as part of cooperation agreements between Morocco and African countries, both French and English-speaking. READ ALSO: Who Are the Foreigners Living in Morocco?In the same line, around 70 Ghanaian students, among the most deserving of the country, will be able to continue their higher studies in Morocco thanks to the scholarships granted by the country. These students, who are English-speaking, will benefit from French courses at the International Language Center in Rabat, after which they will be guided, in the academic year 2018-2019, to their chosen major. These scholarships, which increased by 55 percent over last year, cover all specialties, including medical and paramedical, applied sciences, management and business studies. read more