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first_img Seamers Mohammad Amir (2-44) and Wahab Riaz (2-65) did the damage for Pakistan, claiming two wickets apiece. Earlier, teenaged seamer Alzarri Joseph picked up the last two wickets to fall as the hosts added 26 runs to their overnight 255 for eight, before they were dismissed about 35 minutes into the morning. In the eighth over of the day, Joseph had Mohammad Amir dragging on for 20 and four balls later, knocked over Yasir Shah in similar fashion for 12. Faced with a tricky period before lunch, West Indies found themselves quickly in turmoil when they lost opener Leon Johnson (1), Darren Bravo (13) and Marlon Samuels without scoring, to slide to 38 for three at the interval. The left-handed Johnson perished in the fourth over with six runs on the board, lbw to one from left-armer Wahab which came back to beat an uncertain defensive push. Bravo then spent 29 deliveries at the crease and counted two fours before attempting to hit left-arm spinner Zulfiqar Babar over the top and slicing a catch to cover where Amir took a diving catch at 32 for two. And in the penultimate over before lunch, Samuels pushed forward to leg spinner Yasir Shah to the 10th delivery he faced and was adjudged lbw. Jermaine Blackwood, not yet off the mark at the interval, produced a typical cameo afterwards with a run-a-ball 23, which included four boundaries as he helped add 30 for the fourth wicket with Brathwaite. But the right-hander’s ambition cost him in the seventh over after lunch when he drove at one from Amir not quite there for the drive, and edged to Asad Shafiq at gully. The fightback began as Brathwaite and Chase combined to frustrate Pakistan for the remainder of the session and steer West Indies safely to tea without further loss, at 141 for four. Brathwaite, on 21 at lunch, inched to his half-century 25 minutes before tea off 109 balls with six fours and was 55 not out at the break, while Chase played positively to be unbeaten on 43. Chase notched his maiden Test half-century in the second over following the resumption when he cleared the ropes at long on with Yasir but in the next over, he sliced a drive to Younis Khan in the cordon to give Amir his second wicket. Chase struck six fours and a six off 89 balls. Pakistan’s hopes of triggering a collapse were dashed as Brathwaite and Dowrich offered resistance, helping West Indies to battle their way into a strong position. SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates (CMC): Phlegmatic opener Kraigg Brathwaite marched to within touching distance of his fifth Test hundred as he spearheaded a West Indies fight-back against Pakistan on the second day of the final Test here yesterday. Replying to Pakistan’s first innings of 281 all out, the Caribbean side reached the close at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on 244 for six, only 37 runs adrift of taking first innings lead for the first time in the lopsided three-Test series. Brathwaite was unbeaten on 95 in a knock that has been the bedrock of the West Indies innings, which flirted with crisis at 68 for four about half-hour after lunch. The right-hander faced 206 deliveries and counted ten fours, and anchored two key partnerships which pulled his side around and left the game evenly poised heading into the pivotal third day. First, he put on 83 for the fifth wicket with Roston Chase, who produced his first significant score of the series with an even 50, before adding a further 83 with fit-again wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, who made a stylish, if chancy, 47. TWO WICKETS APIECElast_img read more


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first_imgReport: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names The Knights were holding on to a 61-54 lead midway through the payoff period before a 14-3 blitz stretched their lead to 16 and put the game beyond reach.“The boys have settled down already and we addressed our previous mistakes. Our leaders really stepped up and they were able to bring up the team,” said Knights head coach Jeff Napa as they improve to a 1-1 record.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Letran went 27-for-59 from the field while San Sebastian shot a measly 29-for-81 as they fell to a 1-2 card.John Quinto led the Knights with 17 points and eight boards while JP Calvo added 16 markers. MOST READ Allyn Bulanadi had a game-high 21 points for the Stags. Ma. Angelica D. GarciaSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Holiday snaps! Piled-on AFP World Cup photographer gets Croatia invite Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewcenter_img DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Letran fended off San Sebastian, 83-76, to get in the win column in the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball tournament Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? View commentslast_img read more


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first_imgAs the cash woes of the sugar industry deepen, calls for another bailout to the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) have been made by the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU).In an interview with Guyana Times on Wednesday, President of GAWU Komal Chand said the fact that GuySuCo is a State-run enterprise; he is in agreement for Government to appropriate additional funds to provide assistance to the struggling company.GAWU President Komal ChandChand suggested that bearing in mind the size and importance of the industry, it should not be allowed to fail.“[The union is] very much supportive of the Government assisting the ailing sugar industry which we all agree is too big to fail. The industry is owned by the State – the Government having all the shares of the industry”“We are calling on the Government to assist the industry as is required from time to time [and] we also wish to remind the public that the industry in the better days [did] make a contribution to the treasury [especially from 1976 to 1996] when $ 60 billion was made available through the sugar levy,” Chand noted.While the GAWU President declined to comment on the impact of the near 30,000 tonnes shortfall in the sugar industry’s most recent crop, he observed that the second crop is on target.“We understand from the Chairman that the second crop will be on target,” the GAWU President noted in reference to the 159,243 tonnes as projected by GuySuCo for the second crop.After a review of the first crop for 2016, the Sugar Corporation announced that it experienced a shortfall of 29.3 per cent with actual production of 56,825 tonnes compared with a budget of 80,270 tonnes. While GuySuCo stated that an audit is underway, it also advised that it is not expected that the final figure would “vary significantly”.The Sugar Corporation attributed the short fall to the El Niño weather conditions which it said “severely dried out the canes” which led to constrained cane growth and reduced sugar content.“The shortfall is bound to have significant financial implications for an already cash-strapped industry. It would therefore necessitate management considering further strategies for re-organisation of the industry with a view of making the Corporation a viable business entity,” a statement from GuySuCo added.Chairman of GuySuCo, Dr Clive Thomas has reportedly opined that the Corporation would need another bailout, as over 60 per cent of its allocations were utilised. According to reports, the Chairman is of the view that the Corporation has no other choice than to appeal for a new bail-outWhile Dr Thomas did not specify exactly how much funds are being sought, Government has not publicly consented to another bail-out for the cash-strapped industry. It was only on Friday last that sugar workers attached to the Wales Estate were set to engage in protest action after GuySuCo was late in issuing salaries. Guyana Times learnt that after workers made these threats, the Sugar Corporation hurriedly procured the funds to issue payments.In January, central government transferred to GuySuCo, some $9 billion to assist in its operations.last_img read more


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first_imgLieber’s colleagues in the Legislature saw things differently. Assembly Speaker Fabian Nu ez, D-Los Angeles, believed it made the Legislature look out of touch at a time he’s trying to boost its public image. Lieber encountered similar resistance from other lawmakers. A spokesman for Nu ez said the speaker was pleased Lieber narrowed the focus of her bill. “She made it more palatable, and the speaker spoke to her several times about doing that,” the spokesman, Steve Maviglio, said. “And she was wise enough to listen to the reaction.” Lieber said the proposal would have provided clarity in the law about what type of parental discipline is allowed. mzapler@mercurynews.com (916) 441-4603160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – In the end, Sally Lieber’s proposal got spanked. After a month of nationwide publicity and much ridicule, the Mountain View assemblywoman on Thursday dropped her idea to criminalize spanking young children, bowing to opposition from fellow lawmakers who worried it made the state Legislature look kooky. “The votes simply were not there,” a disappointed Lieber said at a news conference. Lieber instead introduced a watered-down bill that would prohibit other types of physical punishment, such as using a belt, stick, extension cord or other instrument on a child or vigorously shaking a baby under age 3. But a swat on the behind will continue to be legal, so long as it doesn’t cause serious injury. Lieber’s announcement ends a whirlwind ride for the 45-year-old Democratic lawmaker, whose idea last month sparked an outcry among parents and became irresistible fodder for late-night comedy shows. She fielded more than 60 interview requests from media outlets across the country about a proposal that never was actually introduced as legislation. Lieber insisted through the end that the criticism and mockery didn’t bother her. “We have welcomed the publicity around the bill, including the negative publicity,” Lieber said. “We want to get people talking about it.” She certainly accomplished that. A MediaNews story describing her idea to make it a misdemeanor to spank kids age 3 and younger sparked more than a thousand online comments. Even though people overwhelmingly opposed the idea – saying they resented a politician, especially one without children, telling them how to raise their kids – it sparked a debate at water coolers and dinner tables. With all the publicity, “many people we’ve talked to already think the Legislature has passed a ban on spanking,” Lieber said. “And that’s just fine with us, because we would like to stop all physical punishment of children.” last_img read more


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first_imgMONTEBELLO – Montebello public safety officials will hold a special open meeting at 8:30 a.m. today in the City Hall chambers, 1600 W. Beverly Blvd. The meeting, expected to last four hours, is for officials from the police and fire departments to explain their operations and expenditures to the public and to project their needs for the rest of the fiscal year ending in July. Residents can learn how public safety departments are funded and can ask questions of officials. For more information, call City Hall at (323) 887-1367. Symphony concert to feature trumpeter LA MIRADA – The La Mirada Symphony will feature professional trumpet player Paul Puccinelli at its final concert of the season Saturday at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts. Puccinelli has performed with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and many theatrical productions. The free concert scheduled for 8 p.m., 14900 La Mirada Blvd., just south of Rosecrans Avenue. The public may attend. Anyone wishing to attend the concert should call the La Mirada Symphony Association at (714) 521-0774 or (562) 941-5779 or go the Web site: www.lamiradasymphony.com. Emergency prep program planned WHITTIER – On April 11, 18 and 25, the city will offer an emergency preparedness program, called the Area Leaders Emergency Response Training Program. Classes will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on all three Wednesdays at Parnell Park Community/Senior Center, 15390 Lambert Road. Participants will learn about home and neighborhood preparedness, fire prevention and safety, utilities management, damage assessment, neighborhood self-reliance and security. The class is free, but residents must register by April 14. To register, call the city’s Emergency Preparedness Program at (562) 464-3390. Whittier Council seeks commissioners WHITTIER – The City Council is seeking applicants for the following commissions. Terms begin July 1: Cultural Arts, Park and Recreation, Parking and Transportation, and Social Services. Registered voters of the city can apply. Applications must be received by Monday. Application packets are at available at www.whittierch.org; at the City Clerk-Treasurer’s office at City Hall, 13230 Penn St.; or by calling (562) 464-3330. Naturalist-led tour set for Saturday ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST – The U.S. Forest Service will hold a naturalist-led tour, rain or shine, at 9 a.m. Saturday at the San Gabriel Canyon Environmental Education Center, off Highway 39 past the East Fork Bridge above Azusa. The tour will feature discussions of wildlife, geology, landslides and fire ecology of the Crystal Lake area. There will be light hiking on uneven and rocky terrain. After a brief introduction, the tour will carpool up Highway 39 to the lake. Drivers should be sure cars are in good condition with a full tank of gas. Visitors should bring water, lunch, sturdy walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, cameras, binoculars and dress in layers as weather may be cool. Cost is $5 per person. For information call Steve Segreto at (909) 982-2879. – From staff reportslast_img read more


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first_imgSusan Brandt-Hawley, attorney for the Whittier Conservancy, said the city did not complete an environmental impact report on the proposed demolition. The council also violated its own municipal code, the conservancy claims in its lawsuit filed Wednesday. “The city’s failure to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act … is blatant,” Brandt-Hawley said. In similar cases around California, when a city looks at incorporating historic resources into a project, an alternative for reuse of the buildings often is found, she said. “That is what should happen here,” she said. City officials said they had not been officially served with the lawsuit, had not yet reviewed it, and therefore could not comment on its merits Friday. WHITTIER – The Whittier Conservancy has sued the city, seeking to preserve three historic buildings that the City Council earlier this month agreed could be demolished to make way for a development. California Domestic Water Co. wants to demolish an office building dating back to 1934, a 1932 pump house and a single-family home built in 1921. The company plans to build a restaurant and an office building on the property, which is on the north side of Whittier Boulevard, across from the Whittwood Town Center. On May 8, the Whittier City Council, on a 3-2 vote, agreed the structures could be demolished. But Jim Byerrum, president of California Domestic Water Co., said he is disappointed that the conservancy has sued. “We went through due process and had a decision by the council,” Byerrum said. However, California Domestic Water Co. has agreed to voluntarily delay its request for a demolition permit until next week, said Nancy Mendez, Whittier assistant city manager. At the May 8 meeting, the council reversed a Historic Resources Commission decision that some or all of the buildings were representative of a historic period; exemplified an architectural style (art deco); have a unique location; are connected with a use that was common but now rare; and were the site of a historic event. But city staff and the council’s slim majority disagreed. Jeff Collier, Whittier’s director of community development, said the buildings were neither significant architecturally nor the site of important events. But Dorothea Boyd, the conservancy’s president, said the city should have considered some kind of reuse of the buildings. “People can get corporate, replicated cheaply-constructed fad development anywhere and everywhere,” Boyd said. “Whittier is special. “Cal Domestic has been a prominent feature on Whittier Boulevard for 75 years. There’s just no reason to destroy those lovely buildings,” she added. Byerrum said the existing buildings are too small for a restaurant and in too poor condition to be saved. In fact, he said his company had offered to allow someone to move the house, and it was willing to pay up to $50,000 for its relocation. No one has accepted the offer, he added. mike.sprague@sgvn.com (562)698-0955, Ext. 3022 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


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first_img0Shares0000Senegal supporters will follow their team in Russia © AFP/File / SEYLLOUMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jun 7 – World Cup organisers say the competition will draw more than one million fans to Russia, creating challenges that range from the logistical to the cultural for the hosts and their guests.– One million expected – There won’t be an “Oranje” army in Russia, because the Dutch failed to qualify, but there will still be the clapping Icelanders, the chanting English and the distinctive personalities of the supporters of the other 29 visiting countries.The differing languages, songs, flags and fan cultures of the world will energise the streets of Russia’s host cities until the middle of July.The figure of one million seems to have been reached by a surprisingly unscientific manner. FIFA has deducted the number of tickets sold to Russians, 872,578, from the two million it says have been sold in total.The biggest demand, outside the host nation, has come from the United States, whose team failed to qualify, with 86,710 sold. Then comes Brazil (71,787), Colombia (64,231) and Germany (60,457). The English are not even in the top ten.Russia’s objective, organising committee chief Alexei Sorokin said, is to show fans “an unforgettable, colourful Russia.”– $13 billion in infrastructure –Around $450 million was spent on Sochi’s Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi © AFP/File / Mladen ANTONOVRussia has spent a whopping $13 billion (11 billion euros) on infrastructure.“The airports in six cities have new terminals, 21 new hotels have been built in host cities,” Sorokin said in May, adding that “14 hospitals have been re-equipped for the tournament.”“Nothing is superfluous,” he said. “We needed them.”“This fulfils a regional planning objective which is in effect catching up on the lack of investment over the last 20 years,” said Jean-Baptiste Guegan, one of the authors of a book investigating Russian football.He added that the goal was also to present a “radiant and attractive” image and give visitors the best possible experience so they would go home and recommend Russia as a tourist destination.– Free transport and Fan IDFIFA president Gianni Infantino told AFP this week that “I have never seen a country that has done so much to welcome the fans”. They will certainly be able to get between the host cities on trains, although in reality the vast majority who benefit will be Russian nationals. Sorokin said 700 additional trains would be laid on.“It’s a good system but what they are offering is insufficient and the vast majority of trains are already reserved,” said Ronan Evain, head of Football Supporters Europe (FSE), an umbrella organisation of supporters in 40 countries.– Accommodation concernsThis could be a concern because some owners of apartments in host cities have sharply increased their prices. Some owners have cancelled bookings, and are now demanding higher prices than they originally advertised. Many fans complained of similar tactics in the Ukrainian capital Kiev in May when Liverpool played Real Madrid in the Champions League final.Evain said: “In Moscow, things are starting to balance out because there is an enormous choice of accommodation, but in cities which are not as used to having tourist visitors, like Saransk and Nizhny Novgorod, prices are shooting up.”– Language barrier and human rightsLGBT activists take part in a May Day rally in Saint Petersburg in May this year © AFP/File / OLGA MALTSEVAThe question of how foreign visitors will be received in Russia remains to be seen. “A lot has been done to train volunteers and the security forces to avoid racism,” said Sylvia Schenk, of Transparency International who also sits on a FIFA committee on human rights.But in a country where black footballers are still occasionally subjected to monkey chants, there is an obvious risk of racist incidents.A 2013 law in Russia makes homosexual “propaganda” a criminal offence if it is distributed to young people. FIFA has succeeded in negotiating with Russian authorities so that the rainbow flag, the symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride, can be displayed in stadiums during the tournament.“The rainbow flag will be allowed in stadiums for example. Is it solving all the issues of Russia with gay people? No, but it is a step,” Infantino told AFP.Schenk, from Transparency International, said: “There will also be a ‘House of Pride’ in Moscow run by Russia NGOs and FIFA, and the authorities have confirmed that no-one will be prosecuted.”In terms of the training of volunteers, “many have not been given any training in English”, Evain from the Football Supporters Europe (FSE) group said.“It won’t necessarily be a problem unless there is a problem like an illness or a specific request from an elderly supporter, for example, bearing in mind that security measures mean spectators might have to walk several kilometres to the stadium.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


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first_imgHolders Chelsea have an easier task with Sheffield Wednesday or Luton to travel to Stamford Bridge.Wolves’ reward for beating Liverpool 2-1 on Monday is a trip to either Shrewsbury or Stoke.The ties will be played between January 25th and 28th.Draw in full:Swansea v GillinghamAFC Wimbledon v West HamShrewsbury or Stoke v WolvesMillwall v EvertonBrighton v West BromBristol City v BoltonAccrington v Derby or SouthamptonDoncaster v OldhamChelsea v Sheffield Wednesday or LutonNewcastle or Blackburn v WatfordMiddlesbrough v NewportManchester City v BurnleyBarnet v BrentfordPortsmouth v QPRArsenal v Manchester UnitedCrystal Palace v Tottenham0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Up for the Cup: Arsenal will play Manchester United in the FA Cup fourth round © AFP / Oli SCARFFLondon, United Kingdom, Jan 8 – The FA Cup’s two most successful ever sides will meet in the fourth round as Arsenal host Manchester United in the last 32, Monday’s draw confirmed.Premier League champions Manchester City are at home to Burnley, while Tottenham face a tough trip to Crystal Palace.last_img read more


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first_img“It was a misstep for us. Algeria are a great team and we respect them. We’re in the final now and determined to win to put it simply,” Cisse told reporters Thursday.“The defeat in the group allowed us to remotivate ourselves and become stronger. A final is a different match. We are very calm and concentrated with great players and a strong collective unit.”“We slipped up in the first game against Algeria and we understood that and drew lessons from it,” added midfielder Krepin Diatta, who played in the Under-20 Cup of Nations final two years ago.Cisse, 43, was captain of the Senegal side that reached the 2002 final in Bamako, missing the decisive penalty in a shootout loss to Cameroon.“Seventeen years without Senegal getting to the final is a long time. I think there have been several editions since then. There was lots of disappointment and tears after 2017 (quarter-final exit),” said the former Paris Saint-Germain and Birmingham City midfielder.“Here we are with a talented generation. We want more than just to get to the final. We hope to put in a great display tomorrow and win this Cup of Nations.“Finals are often tight matches, with lots of emotion and stress. The finer points will decide it. There are two great teams, I hope it will be a great party and the football will live up to expectations.”Senegal must do without defensive rock Kalidou Koulibaly, who is suspended for the final after two yellow cards in the knockout phase.His absence is a huge blow to a backline breached just once in this competition, with Salif Sane, injured during Senegal’s opening match against Tanzania, likely to start alongside Cheikhou Kouyate.“Kalidou is an exceptional boy and one of the best defenders in the world. I’m sad he won’t be with us. He’s a great patriot and he’s someone with great character. It’s a loss for us but we have 23 players, including those who can cover for Koulibaly’s absence. We’ll also be playing for him tomorrow,” said Cisse.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Aliou Cisse has led Senegal to the Africa Cup of Nations final as both captain and coach © AFP / JAVIER SORIANOCAIRO, Egypt, Jul 18 – Senegal coach Aliou Cisse believes the Africa Cup of Nations group stage defeat by Algeria helped fuel their run to the final, where they will meet the same opponents Friday for the title in Cairo.Algeria beat Senegal 1-0 in their second game of the tournament in Egypt, but Cisse’s side have since won all four matches without conceding a goal, leaving the Teranga Lions on the cusp of a first Cup of Nations crown.last_img read more


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first_img Mehmet Ekici: Trabzonspor – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 10 7. Rasmus Elm: Kalmar – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 10 10 2. Andrea Pirlo: New York City – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 10 4. Juan Arango: Club Tijuana – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 10 10 Alban Meha: Konyaspor – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 10 3. Zlatko Junuzovic: Werder Bremen – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 10. Marco Reus: Borussia Dortmund – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – EA Sports have released the 10 best free-kick takers in the new FIFA 16 game, with Germany international Reus propping up the list. 10 10 If you ever find yourself in a position where a free-kick will decide the match against your mate, then just hope you have one of these 10 players in your side.EA Sports have released the 10 best free-kick takers in the new FIFA 16 game, due to be released on 24 September, so click the arrow to see if any Premier League players feature.Check out more at easports.com 10 6. Memphis Depay: Man United – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 5. Lionel Messi: Barcelona – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who else makes the list of best free-kick takers on FIFA 16 – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious fails 1. Hakan Calhanoglu: Bayer Leverkusen – Click here to see a whole load of FIFA videos including great goals and hilarious failslast_img read more