Wes Morgan blown away as Leicester

Wes Morgan blown away as Leicester “pull off the impossible again” in Champions League win over SevillaThe Foxes skipper scored, along with Mark Albrighton, as the Premier League champions overturned a one goal deficit against the Spanish cup specialists00:04, 15 MAR 2017Updated00:42, 15 MAR 2017Christian Fuchs and Wes Morgan’s faces tell the story after Tuesday night’s heroics (Photo: Plumb Images/Leicester City FC via Getty) Get football updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWes Morgan hailed Leicester’s heroes for pulling off the “impossible again” after reaching the Champions League quarter finals.The 5,000 1 Premier League champions are into the last eight after memorably overturning a 2 1 first leg deficit.Foxes skipper Morgan opened the scoring before Marc Albrighton made it 2 0 and Samir Nasri was sent off for Sevilla.Kasper Schmeichel then crucially saved a late penalty from Steven N’Zonzi in dramatic scenes at the King Power Stadium.”Incredible,” beamed Foxes skipper Morgan, with languishing City 15th in the top flight. “I can’t quite believe it.”We are newcomers in the Champions League, didn’t expect to get this far and here we are.”I’m not sure if it will happen again but we did it. We proved a lot of people wrong and pulled off the impossible again.5 reasons Leicester’s Wes Morgan has to be your favourite Champions League goalscorer EVER”We will take whoever comes next.

Carey Price, Max Pacioretty and Alexander Radulov were among their healthy scratches. A few Montreal players, including Shea Weber, sat out to let injuries heal more before the playoffs.”I was impressed by all the young guys,” Montreal coach Claude Julien said.Even though the Red Wings have been eliminated from contention, ending their post season streak at 25, they have plenty of motivation in their final weekend at Joe Louis Arena to win for fans paying a premium for hard to get tickets.”They’re paying a lot of money to come see us play in this building,” said Dylan Larkin, who gave Detroit a 2 1 lead midway through the second period.Detroit’s Frans Nielsen and Larkin scored tie breaking goals in the first and second periods, firing up the crowd as if a victory would matter in the standings. Montreal’s Nathan Beaulieu and Artturi Lehkonen scored tying goals in the second.Charlie Lindgren made 25 saves for the Canadiens.

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Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!David Cameron will join leaders of Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) at a meeting in Paris today in an effort to build international support for the fledgling rebel administration.The Prime Minister and French president Nicolas Sarkozy are jointly hosting the conference, aimed at helping the NTC establish a free and democratic Libya.The international conference will also allow the NTC to set out what humanitarian and other aid it needs as it seeks to rebuild the country after 42 years under Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s rule.US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon will also attend the high level “Friends of Libya” meeting.Russia and China, UN Security Council permanent members which did not back its resolution which allowed the military action to protect civilians from Gaddafi’s regime, will also be sending representatives to the conference.Diplomatic efforts to unlock Libyan assets will be stepped up to provide funds for the NTC, with the possibility of a new UN resolution on the frozen resources also set to be discussed.The first batch of almost billion of Libyan dinar banknotes which were seized after being printed in the UK have already been sent to Libya after the UN sanctions committee agreed to a request from the British government.Around of newly minted Libyan banknotes were transported to Central Bank of Libya in Benghazi by the RAF.They were part of a stock of 1.86 billion dinars ( million) printed in the UK, which were frozen under United Nations sanctions at the start of the crisis in Libya.Foreign Secretary William Hague said: “I am delighted to announce that the RAF delivered 280 million Libyan dinars to the Central Bank of Libya in Benghazi.”The banknotes will be used to pay the wages of Libyan public sector employees, including nurses, doctors, teachers and police officers; provide support for those on social security who have not been paid for a number of months; provide aid for refugees displaced by the conflict; pay for medicines and subsidies for food supplies; and will be transferred to commercial banks in order to make currency available to the general public for their basic living expenses.”This is particularly important at the time of Eid.”Returning money to the Libyan people is part of our commitment to help the NTC rebuild Libya and help create a country where the legitimate needs and aspirations of the Libyan people can be met. Further deliveries of the remaining funds will be made shortly.”Defence Secretary Liam Fox said: “I am pleased that the RAF was able to assist in the delivery of these banknotes another example of the highly professional approach all three of our Armed Forces have been taking to support the Libyan people at this time.”In Libya, two of the embattled dictator’s sons gave conflicting messages about the regime’s plans for the future.Saif al Islam vowed to carry on fighting in an audio message broadcast on Syria’s Al Rai television.Claiming he was speaking from the suburbs of Tripoli he said his father was safe.”We are going to die in our land,” he said.The rebel commander in Tripoli, Abdel Hakim Belhaj, said al Saadi rang him to discuss giving himself up.Sir Menzies Campbell, a member of the Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee, said it was a sign the despot’s regime was crumbling and called on Col Gaddafi to “accept the inevitable” and surrender.Mr Belhaj said al Saadi first called him on Tuesday and asked whether his safety could be guaranteed.He said: “We told him ‘Don’t fear for your life. We will guarantee your rights as a human being and will deal with you humanely’.”The claims have not been confirmed but former Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies said: “If these reports are true, then the wheels are really coming off the Gaddafi camp.

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