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TUE 12TH NOV 2019

PREMIER LEAGUE (HIGHLIGHTS IN THE HEADLINES)
Liverpool lead up to 8 while City slip to 4th. Foxes flatten Gunners as a new big four is established. Frank’s fledglings make it 6 in a row. Another Dier team selection by Poch for sorry Spurs. Man U on the mend. Wolves rule the West Midlands. Defenders doing all the scoring at Newcastle. Hammers hammered at Turf Moor as pressure on Pellegrini mounts. Saints sunk at home again. New Norwich nadir as Watford win for the first time this season.

LA LIGA WEEK 13 HIGHLIGHTS
Messi got yet another hat-trick and Benzema bagged a brace as both Barca and Real ran out comfortable winners. Sociedad slipped up at home to last-placed Leganes and have fallen behind both Atletico, who saw off Espanyol, and Sevilla, who claimed an intense Seville derby thanks to a Luuk de Jong winner. Athletic fought back from behind against Levante to go sixth, while Granada’s fall from grace continued with a defeat at Mestalla. Getafe Osasuna ended goalless, Alaves downed Valladolid and Takefusa Kubo’s first La Liga goal helped Mallorca come out on top in a penalty fest against Villarreal. That leaves the bottom three four points adrift.

SERIE A WEEK 12 HIGHLIGHTS
Victories for Juve and Inter meant they pulled further clear at the top, as Dybala and Barella hit the winners. A ropey ref helped lucky Lazio move third and Immobile to a seventh straight scoring game. Atalanta had to play with 10 rather than 12 men and were held by Samp, which allowed free-scoring Cagliari to move into fourth. Late goals from young starlet Vlahovic were Fiorentina’s silver lining. Parma did an expert job on Roma to take all three points, Caputo led Sassuolo to victory in the Emilian derby and Il Toro thumped Brescia into last place. The other games remained goalless, as Ancelotti’s days at Napoli and Semplici’s at SPAL appear to be numbered.

BUNDESLIGA WEEK 11 HIGHLIGHTS (TO COME)
The Foals are enjoying life at the top as they cruised to another victory over Werder. Der Klassiker ended like the last one in another humbling of Dortmund, with Lewandowski adding two to make it eleven scoring matches in a row to start the Bundesliga season. Bayern are level with Leipzig, who have Timo Werner in red hot form, and Freiburg, who got a late winner from who else but Nils Petersen. Hoffenheim continue to ease their way up the table after a late penalty winner at Koln, who parted ways with their coach after the defeat. Sandro Schwarz has also left Mainz after they narrowly failed to fight back from 3-0 down at home to set-piece specialists Union. The Royal Blues took the lead three times against Fortuna, but were clawed back three times by Rouwen Hennings, who took his season tally to 9 goals. Elsewhere, Bayer continued Wolfsburg’s miserable run and Augsburg won at Paderborn.

LIGUE 1 WEEK 13 HIGHLIGHTS
It was back to winning ways and another goal for Icardi as PSG extended their lead to nine points with a win in Brest. The Choc des Olympiques saw Rudi Garcia lose again, but this time while sitting on the OL bench. Marseille move up to second. St Etienne continued their excellent recent form with a win at Nantes through a Bouanga brace, as Montpellier comfortably saw off Toulouse. Rennes put European disappointment behind them to defeat the Unicorns at home, while Strasbourg found their scoring boots to net four against the Crocodiles, who remain bottom. In the remaining matches, Monaco continued their recent revival with a home win, Bordeaux were held by Nice and the other fixtures finished goalless.

VILLARREAL CF

NICKNAME – El Submarino Amarillo (The Yellow Submarine)
FOUNDED – 1923
LOCATED IN – Valencia, Community of Valencia
STADIUM – Estadio de la Ceramica (El Madrigal)
CAPACITY – 24,890
PROMOTED – 2013
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – Runners Up (2007/2008)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – SF (2014/2015)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – SF (2005/2006)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – SF (3 times)
BEST CWC FINISH – Runners Up (Twice)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Giuseppe Rossi (82)
2018/2019 FINISH – 14th

VALENCIA CF

NICKNAME – Los Che, Els Taronges (The Oranges)
FOUNDED – 1919
LOCATED IN – Valencia, Community of Valencia
STADIUM – Mestalla
CAPACITY – 55,000
PROMOTED – 1987
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – Winners (6 times)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Winners (8 times)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – Runners Up (Twice)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – Winners (2003/2004)
BEST CWC FINISH – Winners (1979/1980)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Edmundo Suarez (238)
2018/2019 FINISH – 3rd

SEVILLA FC

NICKNAME – Los Nervionenses, Los Palanganas
FOUNDED – 1890
LOCATED IN – Seville, Andalusia
STADIUM – Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pijuan
CAPACITY – 42,714
PROMOTED – 2001
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – Winners (1945/1946)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Winners (5 times)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – QF (Twice)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – Winners (5 times)
BEST CWC FINISH – R32 (1962/1963)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Campanal I (218)
2018/2019 FINISH – 6th

REAL VALLADOLID

NICKNAME – Pucela/Los Pucelanos (Pucelle), Blanquivioletas/Albivioletas (The White and Violets)
FOUNDED – 1928
LOCATED IN – Valladolid, Castile and Leon
STADIUM – Estadio Jose Zorrilla
CAPACITY – 27,846
PROMOTED – 2018
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – 4th (1962/1963)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Runners Up (Twice)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – R32 (1997/1998)
BEST CWC FINISH – QF (1989/1990)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Victor Manuel Fernandez (93)
2018/2019 FINISH – 16th

REAL SOCIEDAD

NICKNAME – Erreala/La Real (The Royal), Txuri-urdinak (The White and Blues)
FOUNDED – 1909
LOCATED IN – San Sebastian, Basque Country
STADIUM – Reale Arena
CAPACITY – 39,500
PROMOTED – 2010
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – Winners (Twice)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Winners (Twice)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – SF (1982/1983)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – QF (1988/1989)
BEST CWC FINISH – 2R (1987/1988)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Jesus Maria Satrustegui (162)
2018/2019 FINISH – 9th

REAL MADRID CF

NICKNAME – Los Merengues (The Meringues), Los Vikingos (The Vikings), La Casa Blanca (The White House), Los Blancos (The Whites)
FOUNDED – 1902
LOCATED IN – Madrid, Community of Madrid
STADIUM – Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
CAPACITY – 81,044
PROMOTED – Ever Present
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – Winners (33 times)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Winners (19 times)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – Winners (13 times)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – Winners (Twice)
BEST CWC FINISH – Runners Up (Twice)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Cristiano Ronaldo (450)
2018/2019 FINISH – 3rd

REAL BETIS

NICKNAME – Los Heliopolitanos (The Heliopolitans), Los Lobos (The Wolves), El Glorioso (The Glorious), Los Verderones (The Big Greens), Los Verdiblancos (The Green and Whites)
FOUNDED – 1907
LOCATED IN – Seville, Andalusia
STADIUM – Estadio Benito Villamarin
CAPACITY – 60,720
PROMOTED – 2015
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – Winners (1934/1935)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Winners (Twice)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – Group Stage (2005/2006)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – R16 (Twice)
BEST CWC FINISH – QF (Twice)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Ruben Castro (148)
2018/2019 FINISH – 10th

CA OSASUNA

NICKNAME – Gorritxoak/Los Rojillos (The Reds)
FOUNDED – 1920
LOCATED IN – Pamplona, Navarre
STADIUM – El Sadar
CAPACITY – 18,761
PROMOTED – 2019
BEST LA LIGA FINISH – 4th (Twice)
BEST COPA DEL REY RUN – Runners Up (2004/2005)
BEST EC/CL FINISH – Qualifying Round (2006/2007)
BEST UC/EL FINISH – SF (2006/2007)
RECORD GOALSCORER – Sabino Andonegi (124)
2018/2019 FINISH – Promoted (1st)

PATTIE EPISODE 4

EPISODE 4 VIDEO

나는 한국에서 왔어.  I’m from South Korea.



너는 어디에서 왔어? Where are you from?



나는 영국에서 왔어. I’m from the U.K.



너도 영국에서 왔어? Are you from the U.K. too?



응 나도 영국에서 왔어. Yes, I’m from the U.K. too.



그럼 우리 영국에 가자!  So let’s go to the U.K!



그거 참 좋은 생각이야. That’s a great idea!

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