Sunday, February 16, 2020

The Human Brain Naturally Thinks in English

And here’s another Al Murray performance ‘The human brain naturally thinks in English’:

Sadio Mane scored the 78-minute winner on his return from a hamstring injury as Liverpool beat bottom-of-the-table Norwich City 1-0 in a Premier League game that was played under difficult conditions. 

Mane, who came on as a 60th-minute substitute, struck his 100th goal in English football to make that breakthrough in Saturday's away match. 












It means Jurgen Klopp's men need just five more wins from their remaining 12 games to lift the title as they managed yet again to keep ahead of champions Manchester City. By a mammoth 25 points margin. 

'Twas an amazing accomplishment where the numbers make staggering reading:
  • Liverpool are now unbeaten in 43 league games, closing in on Arsenal's all-time record of 49. 
  • Liverpool have collected a remarkable 102 points from the past 105 available. 
  • Liverpool have picked up 35 wins from their last 36 games – a 1-1 draw against Manchester United in October the only blemish. 
  • Liverpool have won 17 games in a row – one shy of Manchester City's record – and kept 10 clean sheets in their past 11 games. 

The result also means 76 points after 26 games and is undoubtedly, the best record at this juncture in the history of Europe's top five leagues – something even the continent's great sides including La Liga's Barcelona, Juventus of Serie A, Bundesliga's Bayern Munich and Ligue 1's Paris St-Germain were unable to achieve. 

The Reds are galloping towards the league title that they crave for three decades.

Liverpool, Liverpool, Liverpool!!! 

Hey, check out Restoran Kannaa’s Bamboo Masalla Briyani @ 27G, Jalan KS 3A, Taman Kinrara Seksyen 3 in Puchong, Selangor. It’s an eatery at the corner of a row of shophouses and they serve you've guessed it, bamboo masala biryani! 

I ordered fish biryani and it wasn’t a long wait at all. 

The server held a hot bamboo shoot, tapped it swiftly three times with a wooden stick and its contents slipped smoothly onto my slice of banana leaf. 

The briyani rice was aromatic and moist and tasty, although others may say it was a tad spicy. And the fish was more than decent-sized. 

Yes, I like it very much!







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