Monday, March 18, 2013

Samsung Galaxy SIV – Hands-on Review

TechRap host Michael Josh Villanueva was in New York and got up-close and personal with Samsung's latest flagship smartphone – the Galaxy SIV:

Celtic underlined why they will soon be crowned Scottish Premier League champions with an astonishing fightback to beat Aberdeen in a seven-goal thriller.

Celtic opened the scoring within the first 12 seconds, as a long ball from kick-off found Gary Hooper who played in Anthony Stokes. He then drifted the ball to the left hand side of the box for Kris Commons who rifled a shot under goalie Jamie Langfield. Aberdeen levelled when Josh Magennis beat Kelvin Wilson to a long ball inside the box and cut it back for Scott Vernon to slam into the net (45). Magennis turned hero when he contributed a double (53, 60) to put the Dons two clear.

Celtic got one back eight minutes later after a corner from the right by Commons pinballed around the area before arriving at the feet of Charlie Mulgrew, whose low strike deflected off a couple of defenders and into the roof of the net. Gary Hooper bundled the ball in four minutes from the end of normal time when the Dons failed to clear yet another corner from the left, and Gary Hooper managed to knock it home.

Celtic claimed the victory after Russell Anderson brought down Hooper on the edge of the area, Commons whipped the free kick into the box and Georgios Samaras somehow managed to find the net (90) to claim an improbable victory on a Saturday afternoon.

No comments: