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#BBNaija 2018: I Ran Out Of The Bathroom The Day I Saw Bitto’s Manhood – Vandora


Big Brother Naija evicted housemate, Vandora in a new interview with NET, revaeled that she literally ran out of the bathroom when she saw Bitto’s manhood.

Recall, while in the house, Bitto has been “caught” on camera, not once, not twice, not thrice either.

He had his first “public” erection, while he was comforting Nina,
He had another, when he was rehearsing with his strategic partner, Princess…
..even a very shocked Ifu Ennada was surprised when she saw his thing.

Now, in a new interview, Vandora also confessed to seeing his thing, and she literally ran out.
In her words “You guys didn’t see me run out when i saw his thing, i literally ran out from the bathroom into the garden and ran back. Like he came in and i was like what’s this!!!”

Bitto in reaction said, he didn’t pack much stuff from his house to the Big Brother house, that he usually had something he uses to package his manhood to “one side”.

Romelu Lukaku will do big things at Manchester United, says Nemanja Matic


Nemanja Matic has backed Romelu Lukaku to achieve big things for Manchester United ahead of his side’s Super Sunday clash against Chelsea.

Lukaku moved to Old Trafford for £75m and made a blistering start to his United career, scoring seven goals in his first seen Premier League games.

Since then he has managed just five goals in 19 matches and has failed to score against any of the Premier League’s top eight this season, however, Matic has backed the Belgium international, who heads into the game at Old Trafford on 97 Premier League goals, to succeed at United.

“Romelu is a great striker,” the United midfielder told Sky Sports

“For a young player it’s not an easy situation because everyone expects you to score in every game. It is not easy to deal with that expectation but as he’s shown already he’s doing well.

“Mentally he’s strong and I’m sure he will continue to score goals.

“He’s still young and can improve more and I’m sure he will do big things for Manchester United.”

Another player setting into life at Old Trafford is Alexis Sanchez.

The Chile international has scored once and added two assists in six starts for United since arriving in January as part of a swap deal that saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan move to Arsenal, but Matic is delighted to have him as a team-mate.

“Alexis is working really hard,” Matic added.

“We are happy to have him in the team because in these kind of games a player with that quality can decide the game.

“I’m sure he will be very important for us on Sunday and for the rest of the season. I am happy he is a team-mate.”

Second-placed United head into Sunday’s clash three points ahead of Chelsea in fourth place and Matic, who moved from Stamford Bridge to Old Trafford, is looking forward to the game against his former club.

Matic said: “I was there [at Chelsea] for three-and-a half years and I gave my best for that club and now I’m at Manchester United. I will play against them and I will give my best for United.

“We are all excited because these are games we all like to play. We like to compare our qualities with good teams.

“Chelsea have good players for sure and it’s always good when you play against good teams. I am really looking forward to it.

“I expect an open game because we want to win, they want to win for sure and it will be very interesting for the supporters.”

Paul Pogba must be managed in the ‘right way’, says Antonio Conte


Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte says Paul Pogba is a “fantastic” player and his Manchester United coaches need to “find the right way to manage him”.

Pogba’s form was recently criticised by his manager Jose Mourinho, who also denied reports their relationship has become strained while defending the position in which he plays the midfielder.

Pogba was not in the startling eleven against Huddersfield and Sevilla after being hauled off against Newcastle the week before, but Mourinho has praised the Frenchman’s professionalism in handling the situation.

Conte managed Pogba at Juventus and the pair won two Serie A titles together, as they prepare to clash when the Blues travel to United live on Sky Sports on Super Sunday.

“We are talking about a fantastic player. My expectation is to see him on the pitch,” Conte said.

“Every coach has to find the right way to manage him. Pogba is showing at United he is a top player.”

Conte and Mourinho’s have aimed several barbs at each other during the season and they failed to shake hands at the end of Chelsea’s 1-0 win over United at Stamford Bridge earlier in the campaign.

Mourinho has indicated he is willing to bury the hatchet and Conte said: “In the past both said things. For me it’s ok. I’m not interested to speak about this topic.”

However, the Italian refused to confirm whether he would shake his counterpart’s hand, instead insisting: “I’m not interested in this.”

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola charged by the FA for wearing a political message


Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been charged by the Football Association for “wearing a political message, specifically a yellow ribbon”.

The FA said in a statement the yellow ribbon worn by the former Barcelona boss on his jacket in support of imprisoned Catalan politicians was in breach of its kit and advertising regulations.

Guardiola, whose side face Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, live on Sky Sports, has until 6pm on Monday, March 5 to respond to the charge.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been charged by the Football Association for “wearing a political message, specifically a yellow ribbon”.

The FA said in a statement the yellow ribbon worn by the former Barcelona boss on his jacket in support of imprisoned Catalan politicians was in breach of its kit and advertising regulations.

Guardiola, whose side face Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, live on Sky Sports, has until 6pm on Monday, March 5 to respond to the charge.

Speaking in December, he said: “I do that because in Spain two specific people who defend something like the vote, something the people in command do not agree [with], are in prison. It’s unfair.

“To make a rebellion on something like that, you have to be something tough to be in prison. And they are still there. So, while they are not out, always here [points to ribbon] will be shared with me.

“Because, OK, they can suspend me for doing that, but the other people are in jail.

“If they want to suspend me – UEFA, Premier League, FIFA – it’s OK.”

Guardiola was specifically referring to politicians who were imprisoned for their involvement in the Catalonia independence referendum, which was declared illegal by Spain, in October.

The City boss explained his stance in response to comments from Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, who questioned whether the ribbon was within the rules and claimed he would not be allowed to do a similar thing.

Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero decides not to press charges against Wigan supporter


Sergio Aguero has decided not to press charges against the Wigan fan that confronted him on Monday night, according to Sky sources.

The Argentine striker would prefer instead to put the incident behind him and concentrate on his football, Sky Sports News understands.

However, Greater Manchester Police are still reviewing the disorder that ensued on the DW Stadium pitch following Wigan’s shock FA Cup win over Manchester City, and they are liaising with both clubs.

Aguero was surrounded by a number of fans at full-time and appeared to confront one supporter in particular. The player subsequently reported that he was spat at and abused by a Wigan fan.

City were considering legal action and whether the player had case for common assault after meeting with Aguero the following morning.

Aguero will not face any disciplinary action from the FA, although he has been reminded of his responsibilities, and no formal disciplinary action will be taken against any individual players or non-playing staff from either team in relation to melee that involved Latics boss Paul Cook and Pep Guardiola at half-time.

The disorder at full-time, which included an advertising hoarding being ripped up and thrown at police and stewards from the away end of the ground, is being investigated by the police, the Football Association and both clubs involved.

City remain unhappy with the standard of stewarding and has sought answers over how it was possible so many fans got onto the pitch and so close to their stars.

Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling a doubt for Carabao Cup final


Manchester City will make a late call on the fitness of Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling for Sunday’s Carabao Cup final against Arsenal.

Brazil striker Jesus has been sidelined since New Year’s Eve with a knee injury but has now had three training sessions back with the team as they prepare for their trip to Wembley.

Asked about Jesus’ chances of being involved, City boss Pep Guardiola replied: “We will see.”

Regarding Sterling, he said: “He has a muscular problem. He had it against Basel. I don’t know if he will be ready for Sunday.”

Guardiola confirmed second-choice goalkeeper Claudio Bravo will start, having done so in all domestic cup matches this season.

“He deserves to play in the final,” he said. “Without him we would not be here. He’s going to play.”

City’s quadruple hopes were ended last Monday when they suffered a shock 1-0 loss at Wigan in the FA Cup, and Guardiola says his players are determined to learn from their mistakes as he attempts to win his first trophy in English football.

“We have to win titles to give more value to what we have done,” he said. “In the beginning of August, we said we will be judged by how many we win. It is the same for the five or six big contenders.

He continued: “I don’t like to lose competitions. What happened at Wigan, maybe I’d prefer to lose Premier League games than FA Cup, because now we’ve dropped a competition.

“But that’s football, it has happened and we can just focus on the next one and try to get better.

“All we can do is learn from Wigan.”

Arsenal drawn against AC Milan in Europa League last 16


Arsenal will play AC Milan in the last 16 of the Europa League after their scare against Ostersunds.

The Gunners beat their Swedish opponents 4-2 on aggregate but came close to giving up the three-goal advantage they had built during Thursday’s second leg at the Emirates Stadium.

A trip to Italy is the reward for Arsene Wenger’s men, with Milan having beaten Ludogorets 4-0 on aggregate to secure their place in the draw.

Arsenal will travel to Milan’s San Siro for the first leg to face a side that has struggled badly in Serie A this season, currently sitting in seventh place, some 25 points behind leaders Napoli.

They are coached by former Rangers midfielder Gennaro Gattuso, who was named as Milan’s manager in November after Vincenzo Montella was sacked.

AC Milan club manager Christian Abbiati said: “It is a game that gives you great excitement, a fascinating game. We expect San Siro stadium to be packed, our fans will support us.

“AC Milan can do it because we have been playing as a team lately, the players are united and we have been doing very well. We hope to continue like this.”

Celtic’s conquerors Zenit St Petersburg will meet Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.

Jose Mourinho defends Man Utd tactics after draw at Sevilla


An irritable Jose Mourinho defended Manchester United’s tactics after their goalless draw at Sevilla in the Champions League last-16 first leg.

Mourinho’s side registered just six shots to Sevilla’s 25, though many of the hosts’ efforts were from outside of the box and left David de Gea untroubled.

But when asked if Alexis Sanchez is the sort of player who appreciates detailed tactical instruction rather than being given a free role, Mourinho seemed irked by the question, and responded in defiance at his tactical approach to the first leg.

“I think you are all, or many of you, are in a new sport! In England, some guys say the wingers shouldn’t defend.

“The next time I see David Beckham I’m going to ask him: ‘David, when you were playing right wing at Manchester United, when the opposition left-back attacked, do you stay looking at the stands? Or do you come back with the guy?’ I’m going to ask David that.

“And everybody knows that I’m not big friends with Roy Keane or Paul Scholes, but I will ask them: ‘When your team lost the ball, did you drop back? Or did you stay walking on the pitch?’

“Because now it looks like all the good players have to play free, and when the team has the ball, which I think is such a stupid thing to say. When a team has the ball, you attack. When the team does not have the ball, you defend.

“It’s as simple as that, but it looks like now some guys are creating a new sport. But I still don’t see it, because the winning teams, the top teams in the world now, not 10 years ago or 20 or 30, the top teams now, everybody works. Everybody has tactical discipline.”

Mourinho left Paul Pogba on the bench in Seville, but was forced to introduce the Frenchman early in the first half after Ander Herrera suffered an injury.

Asked how he felt Pogba dealt with the task being asked of him, Mourinho again responded defiantly, and shifted praise onto young midfielder Scott McTominay.

“In my pre-match interview with BT, in four questions I had three questions about Paul, and Paul was not even playing. That’s a bit strange. And I think respecting you, and your work, and I understand your question, but if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees if Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance.

“And my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance, he looked a senior player, he looked a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in the pressing.

“I think Scott McTominay looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League, when this is only his second.

“But I also answer your question: I think Paul made a big effort to try to give the team what I ask the team. I started with Ander, and with Ander in the squad I think a fantastic player like [Ever] Banega wasn’t [a fantastic player tonight] because he didn’t have the space to be the fantastic Banega that the world admires.

“Paul replaced Ander, he tried to bring to the game the same kind of qualities, plus his security with the ball. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he gave us also some stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession.

“I think Paul had responsibilities on that, and I’m also happy with [Nemanja] Matic, so I think the three midfield players had a good control, and Paul was part of it.”

Mourinho also insisted he felt a draw was a fair result, after being asked if he was relieved to come away unscathed.

“I’m not relieved. I think we finished the game with more space than we had in the beginning. We were more close to the possibility of scoring a goal, so no, I think the only moment where we felt relieved was in the last couple of minutes of the first half, where by a couple of our mistakes in possession they had a couple of good instances and David made some great saves.

“The game was even, the stats are what they are. Sometimes you have 15 shots, but 13 of them were what I call ‘statistic shots’. So I really feel that the result reflects what the game was.”

Sevilla 0-0 Manchester United: David de Gea excels to earn visitors point


David de Gea produced a string of fine saves to help a lacklustre Manchester United hold Sevilla to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie in Seville.

The early introduction of Paul Pogba, who replaced the injured Ander Herrera, had little influence as Sevilla dominated for large swathes of the opening period, but the hosts were denied time and again by the brilliance of De Gea.

There was more of the same after the break, but this time it was wayward finishing that denied the La Liga side, with Pablo Sarabia missing the most gilt-edged opportunity from close range.

Romelu Lukaku did have the ball in the back of the net in the second half, but it was ruled out for handball as United continued their wretched record against Spanish sides, having scored just seven goals in their last 15 Champions League encounters against Spanish opposition.

Buoyed by a boisterous home crowd, Sevilla started on the front foot, with Luis Muriel forcing De Gea into a smart stop from a low, fizzing effort from 25 yards.

Then, after being left on the bench once again by Jose Mourinho, Pogba made an appearance 18 minutes in as Herrera had to be withdrawn with an injury, with the France international deployed in his favoured role on the left of a midfield three.

United’s best chance of the first half came in the 24th minute, as Alexis Sanchez picked out Lukaku, but the Belgian fired over from a good position.

Joaquin Correa then tested De Gea down to his left, before the Spain international produced his best stops of the match right at the end of the half to first deny Steven N’Zonzi, before he then brilliantly tipped Muriel’s goal-bounder header over the top to stun the masses in the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan.

The second half was more scrappy as Sevilla elected to shoot from distance all too often, without really troubling De Gea enough.

Muriel clipped a cross onto the head of Sarabia in the 73rd minute, but the Sevilla forward could not find the target from a few yards out.

The Manchester United fans thought they had snatched a winner seven minutes from time, but Lukaku was adjudged to have handled as he found the net inside the box. A win would have been unfair on the home side, who, but for De Gea, would have taken a healthy lead to Manchester for the second leg.

Leganes 1-3 Real Madrid: Real close gap on Barcelona in La Liga


Real Madrid moved up to third in La Liga after coming from behind to beat Leganes 3-1 on Wednesday.

Unai Bustinza put the hosts ahead in the sixth minute when he dived at the feet of Theo Hernandez and managed to divert his clearance into the net with his head.

But Real, who started with Gareth Bale on the bench, hit back before half-time with goals from Lucas Vazquez and Casemiro.

Sergio Ramos wrapped up the win with a 90th-minute penalty as Zinedine Zidane’s side closed the gap on leaders Barcelona to 14 points, while they are now seven points behind second-placed Atletico Madrid.

Having stunned Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey last month, Leganes made the perfect start in their bid for a repeat result as they scored the opening goal in the sixth minute.

Bustinza’s initial effort from a corner was blocked on the line but he dived at the feet of Theo Hernandez to score.

However, Real responded quickly and led at half-time thanks to two well-worked goals.

Casemiro was involved in both, flicking through for Vazquez to level in the 11th minute and then combining neatly with Karim Benzema and Vazquez before sweeping home just before the half-hour mark.

It remained 2-1 until the 90th minute as both sides struggled to fashion any clear chances in the second half.

Claudio Beauvue forced a sharp save from Kiko Casilla in the 64th minute but otherwise there was little in the way of goalmouth action until Mateo Kovacic was fouled in the box and Ramos dispatched the penalty in the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Shakhtar 2-1 Roma: Fred free-kick completes second-half turnaround for hosts


Fred’s wonderful free-kick earned Shakhtar a 2-1 win over Roma in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.

His 25-yard free-kick rocketed in off the bar to give the hosts a lead to take back to the Italian capital in three weeks’ time, and gave them a fourth win from five attempts against Roma in the Champions League.

The visitors had looked the more potent before the break and led when Edin Dzeko’s brilliant ball inside Ismaily played Cengiz Under through, and the 20-year-old fired in his fifth goal in four games.

But Shakhtar were handed a route back into the game when Alessandro Florenzi misjudged a long ball forward and Facundo Ferreyra slotted under Alisson, before Fred’s brilliant winner ensured them a first-leg advantage.

Roma’s awful record against Shakhtar looked like it may continue early on, as Marlos controlled the early action for the hosts.

The Italian side rode their luck in a number of early close shaves when Ismaily and Marlos flashed balls across the six-yard box, while at the other end Roma threatened but rarely delivered, only once forcing Andriy Pyatov into a routine save from a corner.

Diego Perotti looked their most likely outlet, though, and had a hand in the opener just before the break. He drifted inside and found Dzeko, who waited before catching Ismaily cold with an excellent ball inside the full-back which Under struck against Pyatov and into the far corner.

Shakhtar stepped up their level from the break and equalised seven minutes after half-time when the ineffective Florenzi swung and missed at Ivan Ordets’ pass, and once Ferreyra turned Kostas Manolas he was left with a simple finish under Alisson.

Fred, a reported target for Manchester City in January, then turned the game on its head with a moment of brilliance when Kevin Strootman clattered into Marlos just outside the box, curling the dead ball over the wall and in off the underside of the crossbar.

Shakhtar should have made Roma’s second-leg task more difficult late on, but Alisson stuck out a vital hand to scoop Ferreyra’s injury-time effort over the bar.

‘We won’t Focus on Messi’ – Conte Blasts


Ahead of their blockbuster first-leg round of 16 Champions League clash with Barcelona Tuesday, Antonio Conte says Chelsea have something up their sleeves against the Spanish giants.

Barca will be looking to avenge their painful 2012 Champions League semi-final ouster at the hands of Chelsea on their way to being crowned champions for the first time in the club’s history.

But Lionel Messi and co come up against a resurgent Blues with a point to prove after a stuttering defence of their Premier League title so far.

Speaking ahead of the clash tonight, Conte said: “For sure we are talking about a massive game tomorrow and it won’t be easy but with this type of game we must be excited. We must have ambition to play our football.

“Chelsea start the game as underdogs and these two games against Barcelona will be important for finding our level in this competition. We must be excited about the challenge of tomorrow’s game.

“We have a plan for the game and it is important to choose players in good form, and then to try to do our best during the game.

“We have to face Barcelona with our strength, and play with great enthusiasm and passion.”

Conte added that his side will not focus only on the talismanic Messi as Barcelona parades other important players who can do damage.

“Messi is the best player in the world but there are other players in their side we must stop as well, and we have to work hard as a team to do so.”

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says Barcelona have given him sleepless nights


Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he has suffered sleepless nights plotting the downfall of Barcelona and Lionel Messi.

The Blues host the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie against the Catalan giants at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday looking to maintain their impressive record against Messi’s men.

Barcelona’s history against Chelsea is best summed up by their semi-final meeting in this competition in 2012 when they surrendered a two-goal lead to crash out at the Nou Camp as Roberto Di Matteo’s side went on to lift the Champions League for the first time.

But, despite a league win over rock-bottom West Brom and FA Cup progression at the expense of Championship strugglers Hull, Chelsea still head into this heavyweight contest having won just four of their last 12 games in all competitions.

That has led to intense scrutiny on Conte’s position, despite the fact the Italian led Chelsea to the Premier League title last season.

Following the 4-0 win over Hull on Friday night, Conte admitted he has been kept awake planning how to beat the free-flowing LaLiga leaders.

“In these days after the game in the FA Cup, I must be honest, it was a bit difficult to sleep well,” he said.

“When you have to play this type of game, you have to prepare. You have to prepare everything. You have to prepare big things, but the smaller details too.

“They can move a result a lot of the time. We have an idea. We have a plan in our heads. I think that, in this specific moment, it’s very important to pick the players who are at the top of their form and then try and do our best to win the game.”

All eyes will be on Messi as the Barcelona talisman looks to score his first goal against Chelsea, having drawn a blank in his previous eight outings in this fixture.

Conte knows it will be difficult to keep Messi quiet.

“We are talking about the best player in the world,” he said when asked about a plan to cope with the Argentina ace.

“Messi has the capacity to solve the situation and create a chance when you are not seeing the chance to score.

“We are talking about a fantastic player. We have to pay great attention, but not only to Messi.

“We have to know that, during the game, we must be prepared to suffer. But, at the same time, we must have the idea to go and score at any moment.”

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says Lionel Messi is the ‘greatest ever’


Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has brushed off comparisons with Lionel Messi ahead of the Champions League clash against Barcelona.

The Blues host the La Liga leaders in the first leg of the last-16 tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday and the game will give Hazard a chance to lock horns with the brilliant Messi, a five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

However, Messi and Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo are both now into their 30s – and the 27-year-old Hazard is one of the names who has been suggested as a potential future candidate for the tag of world’s best player.

When asked about comparisons with Messi on the eve of their west London showdown, Hazard was dismissive – but agreed that such occasions are where big players are expected to shine.

“First it is good to be compared with the greatest ever, but I am completely different,” said Hazard.

“We play in different leagues. I try and do my job, I try to reach that level, their level, because they are the best in the world.

“To play against Messi is always good. I did once in the World Cup (for Belgium v Argentina in 2014) and we lost the game, so I hope tomorrow is going to be different.

“When we play these kind of games, we need to perform.

“If you want to be one of the best, you have to play well in the big games. This is a big game.”

Hazard once again declared himself happy at Chelsea, despite continuing speculation about his future, with Real Madrid reported to be interested.

“First, I see the game tomorrow,” he said. “We are going to face Barca. I have played for Chelsea for six years and I am happy here.

“I have two years left on my contract, I don’t think a lot about the future.”

Wigan 1-0 Manchester City: Will Grigg winner stuns City in FA Cup


Wigan ended 10-man Manchester City’s hopes of a quadruple with a shock 1-0 win in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Monday.

Will Grigg scored the winner for the League One side in the 79th minute when he finished brilliantly from the edge of the box.

City otherwise dominated the match, having 29 shots and 83 per cent of the possession, despite Fabian Delph being controversially sent off at the end of the first half for a high tackle on Max Power.

Referee Anthony Taylor initially looked to give a yellow card but then switched to a red, and the incident sparked a furious half-time clash between Pep Guardiola and his opposite number Paul Cook in the tunnel at half-time.

There were also ugly scenes at the final whistle involving fans from both clubs as City crashed out of their first competition this season.

Defeat is only the third of the campaign for City, who had created enough good chances to win the game, especially in the first half, despite Wigan looking dangerous on the break.

Sergio Aguero headed a decent opportunity over in the third minute before Ilkay Gundogan saw a shot palmed away.

Wigan threatened at the other end too, with Grigg shooting into the side-netting and Nick Powell seeing an effort blocked on the counter.

Fernandinho wasted City’s best opening of the half when he blazed over from the penalty spot, while Christian Walton denied Aguero in the 45th minute.

But City were reduced to 10 men late in the first half when Delph slid in on Power, with the referee initially appearing set to book Delph, only to then issue a red card.

City were incensed by the decision and Guardiola and Cook clashed on the sidelines and then exchanged words down the tunnel at half-time.

Despite having a man less, City dominated the second half, albeit without creating any clear chances, even after the introduction of Kevin De Bruyne.

And Wigan snatched a dramatic win in the 79th minute when Kyle Walker let a pass roll by him and Grigg pounced and finished brilliantly from the edge of the box.

WWE Raw: Seven-man gauntlet match sets record


Braun Strowman emerged victorious after a seven-man gauntlet contest which was the longest televised match in WWE history.

The Monster Among Men pinned The Miz after a running powerslam to claim victory in a match featuring all seven of the men who will compete in the Elimination Chamber main event on Sunday night.

The bout also featured an epic performance from Seth Rollins, who knocked out both Roman Reigns and John Cena in a 65-minute stay in the ring.

Elias then picked up a somewhat fortunate victory over an exhausted Rollins before himself being eliminated by Finn Balor.

Balor was then sent packing by a Miztourage-assisted Miz but Strowman – as is often the case on Raw – would have the final say, getting the three-count on the A-lister and some vital momentum for Sunday’s Sky Sports Box Office event.

The bizarre alliance between Mickie James and Alexa Bliss was further solidified after a six-woman match which pitted the women’s Elimination Chamber opponents against each other.

James – teaming with Sasha Banks and Bayley – started the match in opposition to Bliss, who was lining up alongside the Absolution pair of Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose, but she cost her team when she submitted to a Banks Statement.

The incensed Absolution team embarked on a post-match rampage but Bliss was saved by James and the pair combined to give Deville a double DDT for good measure.

Sheamus and Cesaro remain Raw tag team champions but their record against Titus Worldwide certainly does not make impressive reading.

Apollo Crews and Titus O’Neill have not lost to The Bar since January 8 and notched another televised win over the champions this week when Crews rolled up Cesaro.

The Worldwide duo – ably assisted by Dana Brooke – have now challenged The Bar for their Raw titles at Elimination Chamber, although at this stage the challenge remains unanswered.

Wigan to probe post-match trouble as Sergio Aguero clashes with fans


Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero clashed with rival supporters as Wigan’s stunning FA Cup victory was marred by ugly scenes at the final whistle.

The Argentine appeared to lash out at a supporter during a pitch invasion after the Sky Bet League One club’s 1-0 win dumped the Premier League leaders out in the fifth round.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero clashed with rival supporters as Wigan’s stunning FA Cup victory was marred by ugly scenes at the final whistle.

The Argentine appeared to lash out at a supporter during a pitch invasion after the Sky Bet League One club’s 1-0 win dumped the Premier League leaders out in the fifth round.

He told BBC Breakfast: “The emotions of football can sometimes get the better of fans and that was evident last night. I don’t like to see what happened at the end of the game.

“We’ll have to look into it properly with the FA and the authorities over what was going on, but it looks like both City and Wigan fans weren’t being too pleasant to each other, and there was damage to the stadium.

“But that can be emotion of supporters sometimes. Things can get carried away. We’ve got to remain classy in certain situations and that’s the feeling we’re taking from last night.

“I don’t think it will detract from our victory – not one bit. I think people know how football is and what fans can do in a certain moment, they can get carried away.

“I think the main story is Wigan beating Man City, who were on for the quadruple. They’re favourites for the Premier League, the Champions League – and a League One club has just knocked them out of the FA Cup.”

Events at full-time followed a bust-up in the tunnel at half-time between Wigan manager Paul Cook and City boss Pep Guardiola following the red card to Fabian Delph just before the interval.

After infuriated City players, Guardiola and Cook disagreed over the decision and had to be broken up by staff and players from both teams – all captured by TV images.

After the match, Cook was critical of the Wigan fan who appeared to get involved in an altercation with Aguero.

“It’s not right is it?” said Cook. “It’s incorrect. But I’ve not seen the incidents, so I’d rather not comment. With all due respect, players’ safety is paramount for everyone.”

Guardiola also said: “I was in the locker room, I didn’t see it. It’s safer when the fans are not there, but sometimes it happens. The fans respect the players and the players, the fans, and go inside.”

Nigerians React to Khloe and K-Brule’s Disqualification From the #BBNaija House (See Hilarious Tweets)


This evening, Big Brorher disqualified the pair of K-Brule and Khloe from the on-going Big Brother Naija house.

The pair were issued a strike following their disagreement last night. K-Brule during an argument tried to attack Dee One but was held back by Angel and Lolu . Big Brother found this unacceptable and issued him a strike making it three strikes.

Khloe was disqualified for comments she made to Kbrule, calling his mother a hoe. Kbrule and Khloe already had two strikes and today’s own made it three strikes.

This amounted to an automatic disqualification and social media is having a field day with jokes and memes from the lesson.

#BBNaija’s Ahneeka Caught Playing With Her Pr*vate Part in Bed (Video)


Just when we thought we had seen the worst in the show, Ahneeka decides to beat Miracle and Nina on a solo performance. Few minutes ago, she was shown masturbating in bed. Wow!


Jose Mourinho targets new Manchester United midfielder to replace Michael Carrick


Jose Mourinho says Manchester United need to sign a new midfielder in the summer in order to fill the void that will be left by the retiring Michael Carrick.

Carrick, 36, has taken up an offer to join Mourinho’s coaching staff at Old Trafford from the end of the season, bringing to an end his 12-year playing career at the club.

When asked about possible new recruits when the transfer window reopens, Mourinho said: “We need to sign a midfield player because we are going to lose Michael Carrick.

“Of course we need balance in the team and I said that months ago. You can accuse me of many things but you cannot say I lie to you.

“When I don’t want to say things, I don’t say, but I don’t take you in other directions. So I told you we don’t want to sign any strikers or wingers, and yes we are looking for a midfield player.”

One player who could step into Carrick’s boots is Scott McTominay, the 21-year-old midfielder who has broken into the United first team this season.

He has made 12 appearances so far this campaign, and when asked about the chances of another youngster being promoted to replace Carrick, Mourinho said: “It depends what you understand by promotion.

“If for you, promotion is they train regularly with us, then they are promoted for a long time.

“Scott McTominay didn’t arrive here from the Moon – before he trained with the first team. He trained with us last season, he came with us in pre-season.

“If that’s what you mean by promotion, the kids are promoted all the time.”

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