With 40 years difference in age, Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, has been repeatedly vilified by all and sundry over her marriage to billionaire businessman and lawyer, Prince Ned Nwoko. And people’s shock over the marriage turned to bewilderment when the then-teenager, now 20 years was […]
Paul Pogba scored one and made another as Manchester United eased into the FA Cup quarter-finals with a 2-0 win over Chelsea.
First Ander Herrera scored, stooping to head home a brilliant Pogba cross, before the Frenchman make it two with a header of his own just before the end of the first half.
Chelsea put United under pressure with a succession of corners after the restart, but apart from a VAR review for a potential penalty for Antonio Rudiger and a deflected Eden Hazard shot, United weathered the storm.
Boos rung out at the full-time whistle as Blues boss Maurizio Sarri moved closer to the Stamford Bridge exit after another dismal display, just eight days after their 6-0 humiliation at Manchester City.
Chelsea: Arrizabalaga 6, Azpilicueta 6, Luiz 5, Rudiger 6, Alonso 5, Kante 6, Jorginho 5, Kovacic 5, Pedro 6, Higuain 6, Hazard 7. Subs: Zappacosta 6, Barkley 6, Willian 6.
Manchester United: Romero 7, Young 7, Lindelof 8, Smalling 7, Shaw 7, Herrera 8, Matic 7, Pogba 8, Mata 7, Lukaku 7, Rashford 7. Subs: McTominay 6, Andreas 6, Alexis 6.