Antoine Semenyo has hit a career landmark by scoring his first goal for Ghana ahead of their World Cup campaign next week. Southampton's Mohammed Salisu headed the Black Stars in front before Semenyo doubled Ghana's lead just 12 minutes after his introduction. His goal will undoubtedly give manager Otto Addo food for thought when picking his team to take on Portugal in their World Cup opener next Thursday. It is the fourth World Cup finals they have qualified for with their first coming in 2006 when the forward was six years old. There is little expectation for Ghana this time around but Semenyo says they can surprise people in the Middle East.
It started as a small convenience store in the 1980sThere is no other supermarket in Bristol with such a rich history and unrivalled array of East Asian produce. "Wai Yee Hong has a really great family feel," Joe-Wah explained. Wai Yee Hong has an unrivalled ramen offering, dedicating a whole aisle of the store to different types of instant noodles. When Wai Yee Hong started out, simple foods like beansprouts were difficult to get hold of. Join Wai Yee Hong for the Lunar New Year on January 28-29 at Eastgate Oriental City, Eastgate Road, Eastville, Bristol BS5 6XX5 days ago Bristol Live
Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo has been named in Ghana’s 26-man squad for the World Cup but former Robins goalkeeper Jojo Wollacott has missed out on a place at Qatar 2022 due to a late injury. The Robins academy product earned his first Ghana cap in June against Madagascar, after declaring for the African nation having also been eligible to represent England, his country of birth. Ghana are in Group H, arguably the toughest of the tournament, alongside Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea, which their first match against the former a week on Thursday. The 22-year-old is the only current City player who will be competing at the World Cup, but is joined at the tournament by former Robins striker Famara Diedhiou (Senegal), midfielder Joe Morrell (Wales) and defender Bailey Wright (Australia). SIGN UP: For our daily Robins newsletter, bringing you the latest from Ashton GateREAD NEXT2 months ago Bristol Live
It will be the final tournament for Beth Mead and co before the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, and the tournament will see England, Belgium, Italy and South Korea play in venues across the country. "We are delighted to be able to welcome the Lionesses back to Ashton Gate," said Mr Kelly. "Most recently, having the Red Roses play here, in their final warm-up match ahead of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand was incredibly poignant. To see them now about to compete in another World Cup Final is truly inspiring. "Everything we now do is about being ready for the World Cup.2 months ago Bristol Live
FIND OUT WHAT'S ON NEAR YOU WITH OUR NEWSLETTERSeven different Indian or Chinese restaurants in Bristol have been named in the running for the prestigious national Asian Curry Awards 2022 - with fans of their food across the city being urged to vote for their favourites. The awards are sponsored by JustEat and are the premier Asian food awards every year - and this is among the highest number of Bristol restaurants listed for the prizes - last year, five were nominated. 2 NutmegFounded in 2016 by Raja Munuswamy and Arvind Pawar, Nutmeg is a vibrant independent Indian restaurant at The Mall in Clifton Village. 3 Bay LeafSouth Gloucestershire’s leading Indian restaurant, it offers a contemporary dining experience at Simmonds View in Stoke Gifford. 7 Urban Tandoor(Image: Bristol Live)The big beast among Indian restaurants in Bristol, the Urban Tandoor has been running since 2014 and has already scooped many of the top national awards for its two restaurants in Whiteladies Road and Small Street in the Old City.2 months ago Bristol Live
Millions of football fans are still annoyed about Diego Maradona’s infamous 'Hand of God' knocking England out of the World Cup in 1986 - as 43 per cent say they will ‘never forgive him’. The study also found during a typical World Cup match, fans will disagree with a referee’s decision four times. And a staggering 36 per cent even believe they could competently referee a match at the highest level - the World Cup finals. TOP CONTROVERSIAL WORLD CUP MOMENTS THAT WOULD HAVE BENEFITTED FROM VAR:1. Geoff Hurst’s goal for England in the 1966 World Cup Final3 months ago Lancs Live
Something went wrong, please try again later. Invalid email Something went wrong, please try again later. As a huge fan of sushi, I was keen to see what the new Asian-inspired restaurant was like having visited its recently-opened Guildford branch. If you are not familiar with Japanese cuisine, words such as sashimi, gyoza, udon, bao, miso and mochi will sound gobbledegook. If you're tempted, the restaurant is located in Two Rivers car park, so you can literally park up outside and stroll in.3 months ago Surrey Live
The world’s focus right now, however, is on the 17th G-20 Summit set to be held in Bali, Indonesia, on November 15 and 16. PM Modi is projected to be the voice of the Global South, i.e. poor developing countries, during the G-20 summit. As a voice of the Global South, India is expected to raise issues of concern to developing countries at the G-20 fora. The Bali summit is expected to take up this issue of advancing digital transformation in a secure manner.2 months ago ABP LIVE