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Post-Match Thread: Rio Ave 0-3 Benfica [Primeira Liga, Round 4]
Rio Ave: Ronan (SUB 62'), Gelson Dala (SUB 62'), Pelé (SUB 63'), Diego Lopes (SUB 76'), Gabrielzinho (SUB 77'), Léo, N. Jambor, R. Meshino, Pedro Amaral Benfica: Gilberto (SUB 14'; YC 78'), J. Weigl (SUB 66'; YC 90'+2'), Nuno Tavares (SUB 81'), H. Seferović (SUB 81'), Jardel, Gonçalo Ramos, Pedrinho, Chiquinho, Helton Leite
6': Goal! L. Waldschmidt scores [Everton assist] — Rio Ave 0- Benfica . 14': Substitution for Benfica: Gilberto in, André Almeida out. 45'+4': Goal! L. Waldschmidt scores [D. Núñez assist] — Rio Ave 0- Benfica . 62': Substitution for Rio Ave: Ronan in, Francisco Geraldes out. 62': Substitution for Rio Ave: Gelson Dala in, Tarantini out. 63': Substitution for Rio Ave: Pelé in, Bruno Moreira out. 66': Substitution for Benfica: J. Weigl in, Everton out. 76': Substitution for Rio Ave: Diego Lopes in, Lucas Piazón out. 77': Substitution for Rio Ave: Gabrielzinho in, Carlos Mané out. 78': Yellow card shown to Gilberto ( Benfica). 80': Yellow card shown to N. Otamendi ( Benfica). 81': Yellow card shown to Ivo Pinto ( Rio Ave). 81': Substitution for Benfica: Nuno Tavares in, Rafa Silva out. 81': Substitution for Benfica: H. Seferović in, D. Núñez out. 84': Goal! Gabriel scores — Rio Ave 0- Benfica . 90'+2': Yellow card shown to J. Weigl ( Benfica).
Huesca: Sandro Ramírez (G 56'; SUB 56'), Sergio Gómez (SUB 77'), Javier Galán (SUB 77'), Pablo Ínsua, Álvaro Fernández, Juan Carlos, I. Doumbia, Dani Escriche, Eugeni Valderrama, G. Silva, K. Nwakali Valladolid: Joaquín Fernández (SUB 63'; YC 89'), Kike Pérez (SUB 63'), Maranhão (SUB 74'), S. Weissman (SUB 75'), Raúl García (SUB 80'), Míchel, Roque Mesa, F. Orellana, S. Janko, Jordi Masip, Pablo Hervías, Jota
12': Yellow card shown to Bruno ( Valladolid). 35': Goal! Bruno scores [Óscar Plano assist] — Huesca 0- Valladolid . 51': Goal! Waldo Rubio scores (Penalty) — Huesca 0- Valladolid . 52': Goal! Rafa Mir scores [Javi Ontiveros assist] — Huesca -2 Valladolid . 56': Goal! Sandro Ramírez scores — Huesca -2 Valladolid . 56': Substitution for Huesca: Sandro Ramírez in, Javi Ontiveros out. 63': Substitution for Valladolid: Joaquín Fernández in, Fede out. 63': Substitution for Valladolid: Kike Pérez in, Rubén Alcaraz out. 72': Yellow card shown to Pablo Maffeo ( Huesca). 74': Substitution for Valladolid: Maranhão in, Sergi Guardiola out. 75': Substitution for Valladolid: S. Weissman in, Toni Suárez out. 77': Substitution for Huesca: Sergio Gómez in, Borja García out. 77': Substitution for Huesca: Javier Galán in, Luisinho out. 80': Substitution for Valladolid: Raúl García in, Waldo Rubio out. 89': Yellow card shown to Joaquín Fernández ( Valladolid).
2020.10.17 02:38 beary_goodELI Hal Jordan: What's the deal with DC Future State?
Q: What is Future State? A:DC Future State will be a two-month event that will span the entire DC Universe line in the months of January and February of 2021, similar to Convergence. It takes place several years into a possible future (set in 2030 and beyond), when the fabric of time and space has been torn asunder (which is more or less a typical Tuesday in the DC world). The mantles of heroes such as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman will be held by a new generation of superheroes, some familiar (like Jonathan Kent, the new Superman), and others new (like Yara Flor, the new Wonder Woman). The event begins with the one-shot Generations: Shattered #1, which will release on January 5. The one-shot is written by Dan Jurgens, Andy Schmidt, and Robert Venditti, and will feature artwork from Ivan Reis, Bryan Hitch, Kevin Nowlan, Aaron Lopresti, Fernando Pasarin, Paul Pelletier, and others. In February, another one-shot titled Generations: Forged will close off the event. In March 2021, DC will continue on publishing its regular line of monthlies. Certain plotlines may carry from Future State may carry over to the ongoing titles. Q: What's the story behind all of these books? A: The Future State books will be divided into three groups: the Batman Family, the Superman Family, and the Justice League Family. Each family of books has its own overarching storyline to deal with. In the Batman books, Bruce Wayne is presumed to be dead (but shockingly enough, he isn't!), and Gotham has become a police state led by the Magistrate. A new mysterious figure has taken on the name of Batman, while Nightwing leads the Resistance against the Magistrate. In the Superman books, Superman has exiled himself from Earth, and joined up with the New Gods. Meanwhile, Jon Kent was taken on his father's mantle, and a young Brazilian woman named Yara Flor has become a new Wonder Woman. In the Justice League books, new heroes under familiar mantles come together, while their identities remain secret from one another. The books will also explore what happens when the Speed Force is disrupted, the Green Lantern power battery is dead, and a Teen Titans Academy is destroyed. Q: Is there any required pre-reading? A: Nothing is absolutely required to jump into these titles, but there are a few books that lead into this event and will give you an idea of what this new future looks like. Dark Nights: Death Metal is the big Crisis-level event that leads up to DC Future State, and you can read up about it right here. Additionally, Dan Jurgens and Kevin Nowlan's short story "Generations: Fractured" from Detective Comics #1027 is a prelude to Generations: Shattered. There are also snippets scattered through Detective Comics #1027 and Batman: The Joker War Zone #1 as well as some of the current ongoings that tease what is yet to come in Future State. Q: Gimme the breakdown of titles. Let's go! A: Here are the titles. You can read up descriptions for each title in the links below. Batman Family
Simone Di Meo
The Next Batman
Nick Derington, Laura Braga
4 oversized issues
Back-up for The Next Batman #1
- Arkham Knights
Back-up for The Next Batman #1
Back-up for The Next Batman #2
- Gotham City Sirens
Back-up for The Next Batman #2
4 oversized issues
Carmine di Giandomenico
Back-up for Dark Detective #1
- Red Hood
Back-up for Dark Detective #2
Gene Luen Yang
Superman of Metropolis
2 oversized issues
- The Guardian
back-up for Superman of Metropolis #1
- Mister Miracle
Valentine De Landro
back-up for Superman of Metropolis #1 and Superman: Worlds at War #1
Kara Zor-El, Superwoman
Leila del Luca
Immortal Wonder Woman
Michael W. Conrad & Becky Cloonan
2 oversized issues
Alitha E. Martinez & Mark Morales
back-up for Immortal Wonder Woman #1
Superman: Worlds of War
Phillip Kennedy Johnson
2 oversized issues
Michael W. Conrad & Becky Cloonan
back-up for Superman: Worlds at War #1
- Black Racer
back-up for Superman: Worlds at War #1
Legion of Super-Heroes
Brian Michael Bendis
Superman vs. Imperious Lex
House of El
Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Justice League Family
2 oversized issues
- The Book of Guy
back-up for Green Lantern #1
- The Taking of Sector 123
back-up for Green Lantern #1
2 oversized issues
- Justice League Dark
back-up for Justice League #1
2 oversized issues
- Black Adam
back-up for Suicide Squad #1
Q: Is this basically 5G? A: In a way, yes. It has been speculated for a while that DC had planned a line-wide relaunch that would see vast sweeping status quo changes across the DC line, including several mantle changes, in a branding initiative called 5G (the fifth generation of heroes). While 5G seems to be no longer happening, elements of those old plans appear to have been repurposed for this two-month event. Q: Isn't 5G the thing that causes Coronavirus? A: Shut up, Hal. Stop believing everything you see on YouTube! Q: Where is Hal Jordan in all of this, anyway? A: He's either lost in space, dead, or in prison. The possibility of all three cannot be ruled out during this time. Links for more information:
Portugal: André Silva (SUB 75'), Daniel Podence (SUB 75'), João Moutinho (SUB 80'), Renato Sanches (SUB 88'), Rafa Silva (SUB 88'), Rui Silva, Rúben Semedo, Nélson Semedo, Sérgio Oliveira, Bruno Varela, Rúben Neves, Trincão Sweden: M. Johansson (SUB 54'), A. Isak (SUB 62'), G. Svensson, K. Johnsson, S. Larsson, K. Nordfeldt, E. Krafth, K. Sema, S. Holmén, J. Larsson, Martin Olsson, M. Svanberg
21': Goal! Bernardo Silva scores [Diogo Jota assist] — Portugal -0 Sweden . 36': Yellow card shown to A. Ekdal ( Sweden). 44': Goal! Diogo Jota scores [João Cancelo assist] — Portugal -0 Sweden . 52': Yellow card shown to Diogo Jota ( Portugal). 54': Substitution for Sweden: M. Johansson in, M. Lustig out. 57': Yellow card shown to K. Olsson ( Sweden). 61': Yellow card shown to P. Jansson ( Sweden). 62': Substitution for Sweden: A. Isak in, R. Quaison out. 72': Goal! Diogo Jota scores [William Carvalho assist] — Portugal -0 Sweden . 75': Substitution for Portugal: André Silva in, Bernardo Silva out. 75': Substitution for Portugal: Daniel Podence in, João Félix out. 79': Yellow card shown to M. Berg ( Sweden). 80': Substitution for Portugal: João Moutinho in, William Carvalho out. 85': Yellow card shown to Bruno Fernandes ( Portugal). 88': Substitution for Portugal: Renato Sanches in, Bruno Fernandes out. 88': Substitution for Portugal: Rafa Silva in, Diogo Jota out.
2020.10.11 07:01 StorytellerAliRafole #46: A preview of possible tactics and concerns for Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic for the 2020 French Open final.
Well here it is. What happened in Rome happened, as Rafa would say, and he's now in his 13th Roland Garros final. Will he go 13 for 13 against his most challenging opponent in Novak? I think he will but there's some things I've noticed in the Rafole matchup (mostly off of clay I must admit but I think these things will be pertinent on Sunday) that may bother the super Spaniard. I'm picking Rafa in five but here's how things may go down that might see Nole lift his 18th. Keep in mind I'll be posting a lot of clips of their matches at the 2014 (final which Rafa won) and 2015 French Open (Quarterfinal which Djoko won) as those matches are the closest for perspective. 1 - Serve-Return Battle Off of clay, Djokovic for the past few years has typically dominated the serve-return battle. His improved serve and lethal returns helped him edge Nadal in their 2018 Wimbledon (Nadal edged Djokovic in the baseline battle), his serve was very helpful in their ATP Cup meeting where he served 12 aces and won 85% of his first serve points, and in general on faster courts, Djokovic reads Nadal's lefty swing serve like a book, and makes the most of his own serve. On clay, that advantage for Djokovic mostly disappears, at least with the serve. Rafa's going to make a lot of returns by how he perches near the backfence and unloads topspin and weight on the ball to reach the server's feet. This will force a lot of baseline exchanges of a neutral nature until someone can take charge of the point. As far as returns go, check out how easily Nadal redirects Novak's quite solid returns here, here, here and even on two crucial points here and here. The consistent depth and time-negating ability of Djokovic's returns just don't have much success on clay where Nadal's timing and feel of the ball somehow jumps up a level due to extra time, and so that's why you may have noticed Djokovic experimenting with stepping back for second serve returns on the deuce court a lot this year's RG. It's experimentation but will it pay off? I don't think it will, because Rafa, even if he gets pushed on his service games, will have his own return to back himself with which is more potent on clay by virtue of its sheer spin and margin for error. 2 - Court Geometry Battle Being a little cheeky with this self-plug here but I've made a post about how Djokovic is the master of court geometry here. It goes in fairly detailed depth but I've neglected to talk about how his opponents, Roger and Rafa, find ways around this uncanny ability of Novak to redirect the ball wherever he wants on surfaces that favor them. So watch the following clip from their 2016 Doha encounter (much faster, lower bouncing surface but you'll get my point): 4:36. It's a short point, but it perfectly encapsulates the danger that Djokovic poses on faster courts where his flatness of shot and depth is more problematic - when he redirects the ball he does it at unorthodox times, when the ball of his opponent is deep with spin and sometimes at fast paces. On clay, the court geometry battle usually shifts to Rafa. Look at this point from their 2014 Roland Garros encounter, a long rally. Look how many times Rafa redirects Djokovic's backhand by hitting a forehand down the line. Due to the level of topspin Rafa has, more often than not he can draw Novak off the court on the ad side and hit that forehand down the line to perfection. Also, the backhand down the line is often a big weapon for Rafa on clay. It might be particularly important on Sunday. Although court conditions will lead to a lower bounce than usual, the loopy BH down the line to Novak's backhand is always a pretty useful shot that pushes Nole back if he doesn't take it early. 3. Court-Position Battle Part of the reason Djokovic had as dominant a season he did in 2015 and the first part of 2016 was due to the influence of Boris Becker on readjusting his court position. Novak used to be one of the most aggressive, baseline hugging players of his era in 2011 but it tended to come and go past that season as he adopted a more defensive, retrieval oriented gamestyle past his breakout year. His court position and his ability to take balls on the rise and send them back with pace was key in his winning matches against Rafa on clay. Here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvrIHPrBQHg&t=295s), here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvrIHPrBQHg&t=539s), here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvrIHPrBQHg&t=724s), and here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvrIHPrBQHg&t=914s) he demonstrates this ability against Nadal in that QF in 2015, a match that will be in the back of the mind of Nadal for sure. For Nadal, who since 2017, has become far more offensive from the back, especially on clay, he'll need to do as he's done all tournament and play close to the baseline like Djokovic. He's not going to be better than Djokovic in long exchanges and defensively he's not nearly as good as Djokovic even on clay (while he may have been better defensively in 2012, 2013 and even 2014 on clay than Djokovic, his movement has declined due to injuries and a foot disorder which is why he's no longer as good defensively). The key for Nadal is how he attacks the Djokovic ground game with angles/spin which are more viable on clay, by taking the ball on the rise with his advanced court position and bullying Djokovic around the court, taking time away with his baseline hugging. So it's clear that for both, standing further back and playing defence won't work very well. The one who takes initiative in court position and aggressiveness will be better off. 4. Variety and Court Craft Battle As you've probably noticed, Djokovic has been employing the drop shot a lot this past year. It was perfection against Tsitsipas and for stretches against Khachanov and Pablo Carreno Busta. But it's still inconsistent, and I wonder if it will be all that effective against Nadal, who reportedly has been practicing hard at getting to drop shots for the past day or so lol. When both are at the net, who will win the cat and mouse volley/sliding drop shot exchanges? That's a big question. And further more, who will attack net more and look to create opportunities at the net? Who will incorporate all their groundstroke types instead of just forehand and backhand? Who will incorporate high moonballs, low slices, half-volleys etc? I would wager Nadal but if Djokovic is smart, he'll look to create opportunities with point construction and net rushes as well. So this category is undecided for me. 5. Power It's no secret that there's a huge power gulf between Rafa's forehand and most of the tour. With his ferocious combination of huge RPM and terrific angle and pace, he can puncture the defenses of anybody on the planet on clay. But with the conditions (which I will get to in a moment) looking not so helpful for Nadal (lower bounce, balls are heavier, might rain which leads to a pretty dead court), it'll take his experience in finishing points after 3, 4, 5, or even 6 big forehands to shine through. I've mentioned how Djokovic's defence may be better than Rafa's due to his advanced age and injury plagued body but it might not matter if Rafa finds a rhythm with his power off both wings. So Djokovic will need to prove to us he can hit with power too and aim for outright winners. And he can play with that style against Rafa on clay. His power was big in his wins over Rafa on clay in 2011, as show in this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Llu9rFiFt_o&t=208s), this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Llu9rFiFt_o&t=410s), this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Llu9rFiFt_o&t=769s), this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Llu9rFiFt_o&t=800s), this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Llu9rFiFt_o&t=816s), this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOHZjsmpZU8&t=59s), this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOHZjsmpZU8&t=239s) and this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOHZjsmpZU8&t=362s). He has a huge forehand and a streaky backhand when on, and he will need to, and he will I bet, exploit the power of shot he possesses. 6. Court Conditions I won't harp on about them, but it will be around 8-10 degrees Celsius (50 odd degrees in Fahrenheit) on Sunday in Paris. Although there will be sun with overcast clouds, it will be cold. The courts will be very difficult to hit through, and the bounce will be lower than usual as a result. Not low enough that Rafa's loopy backhand down the line to Novak's backhand won't be exploitable, for an example, but low enough that it becomes easier and more comfortable for Novak to take balls on the rise. Both will need to adjust for the court conditions and I feel Novak will find that particular battle simpler for his game. 7. Mental Battle Rafa treats every single match like a war to be won, hell, he treats every single point that way. Novak tends to have periods when he disappears mentally when he faces an opponent that pushes or challenges him. But if he has the upperhand in a matchup with this opponent, he usually refocuses and wins. Nadal is the superior clay court player with 12 titles on Phillipe Chatrier court, compared to one. The fans will be rooting for both, but in the tight moments they'll most likely hold out hope for Rafa to pull through. And on top of that, Djokovic hasn't beaten Rafa on clay since 2016. Although the mental battle on grass and hard would usually be in Nole's favor, it shifts to the favor of the great Spaniard. And Rafa will be hungry for victory on top of that. Prediction I predict that it will be a tough and close match, at least 4 sets in length. But I just don't see Rafa faltering at this stage of the tournament with his only chance at a slam this year being at his home court. Novak has been shaky in previous rounds and has been struggling with neck injury. Add to the fact that most of the tactical categories above swing in the favor of the Spaniard and unless Novak plays spectacularly well, I just don't think Rafa loses this one, but I do predict it will be a tight five set win for Rafa, and his 13th Roland Garros to date. I hope you guys enjoy the tennis and stay safe. Hope you enjoyed this analysis of a few factors that may come into play in the final. Take care!
Portugal: William Carvalho (SUB 46'), Rúben Dias (SUB 46'), Bernardo Silva (SUB 46'), Nélson Semedo (SUB 68'), João Félix (SUB 73'), Diogo Jota (SUB 79'), Rafa Silva, Rui Silva, Danilo Pereira, Bruno Fernandes, Nuno Sequeira, Anthony Lopes Spain: Mikel Merino (SUB 46'), Campaña (SUB 46'), Gayà (SUB 46'), Adama Traoré (SUB 62'), Rodri (SUB 62'), Sergio Ramos (SUB 82'), David de Gea, Unai Simón, Pau Torres, Navas, Ferran Torres, Ansu Fati
44': Yellow card shown to Reguilón ( Spain). 46': Substitution for Portugal: William Carvalho in, João Moutinho out. 46': Substitution for Portugal: Rúben Dias in, Pepe out. 46': Substitution for Portugal: Bernardo Silva in, André Silva out. 46': Substitution for Spain: Mikel Merino in, Rodrigo out. 46': Substitution for Spain: Campaña in, Dani Ceballos out. 46': Substitution for Spain: Gayà in, Reguilón out. 56': Yellow card shown to Rúben Semedo ( Portugal). 62': Substitution for Spain: Adama Traoré in, Busquets out. 62': Substitution for Spain: Rodri in, Canales out. 68': Substitution for Portugal: Nélson Semedo in, Raphaël Guerreiro out. 73': Substitution for Portugal: João Félix in, Cristiano Ronaldo out. 79': Substitution for Portugal: Diogo Jota in, Trincão out. 82': Substitution for Spain: Sergio Ramos in, Eric García out.
Benfica: H. Seferović (SUB 55'; G 79'; G 87'), J. Weigl (SUB 55'), Pedrinho (SUB 55'), Ferro (SUB 74'), Chiquinho (SUB 88'), Nuno Tavares, Helton Leite, Gonçalo Ramos, Gilberto Farense: B. Mansilla (SUB 67'), Patrick (SUB 81'; G 90'+5'), Hugo Seco (SUB 82'), Pedro Henrique (SUB 90'+3'), Bura (SUB 90'+3'), Miguel Bandarra, Alvarinho, Filipe Melo, Hugo Marques
15': Goal! Pizzi scores [Rafa Silva assist] — Benfica -0 Farense. 34': Yellow card shown to Fábio Nunes ( Farense). 50': Yellow card shown to Gabriel ( Benfica). 52': Yellow card shown to N. Otamendi ( Benfica). 53': ❌ Missed penalty. R. Gauld ( Farense) fails to convert. 54': Goal! Jonatan Lucca scores [R. Gauld assist] — Benfica 1- Farense. 55': Substitution for Benfica: H. Seferović in, L. Waldschmidt out. 55': Substitution for Benfica: J. Weigl in, Gabriel out. 55': Substitution for Benfica: Pedrinho in, Rafa Silva out. 63': Yellow card shown to César Martins ( Farense). 67': Substitution for Farense: B. Mansilla in, Cláudio Falcão out. 71': Yellow card shown to André Almeida ( Benfica). 74': Substitution for Benfica: Ferro in, Jardel out. 79': Goal! H. Seferović scores [Álex Grimaldo assist] — Benfica -1 Farense. 81': Substitution for Farense: Patrick in, N. Stojiljković out. 82': Substitution for Farense: Hugo Seco in, Fabrício Isidoro out. 87': Goal! H. Seferović scores [D. Núñez assist] — Benfica -1 Farense. 88': Substitution for Benfica: Chiquinho in, D. Núñez out. 89': Yellow card shown to Cássio Scheid ( Farense). 90'+3': Substitution for Farense: Pedro Henrique in, Alex Pinto out. 90'+3': Substitution for Farense: Bura in, Cássio Scheid out. 90'+5': Goal! Patrick scores — Benfica 3- Farense.
Eibar: Sergio Álvarez (SUB 24'), E. Burgos (SUB 46'; YC 47'), Quique González (SUB 63'), Unai Arieta (SUB 74'), D. Kądzior (SUB 74'), José Martínez, Rafa, P. Diop, Paulo Oliveira, Rober Correa, Miguel Atienza, Yoel Elche: Y. Koné (SUB 83'), Luismi Sánchez (SUB 89'), Nino (SUB 90'), Ignacio Pastor, M. Daoudi, Víctor Rodríguez, Luis Castillo, José Salinas, Gerard Barri, Ramón Folch, César Moreno, Diego Bri
10': Yellow card shown to Álvaro Tejero ( Eibar). 24': Substitution for Eibar: Sergio Álvarez in, Recio out. 28': Yellow card shown to Tete Morente ( Elche). 37': Goal! L. Boyé scores — Eibar 0- Elche . 39': Yellow card shown to Josán Fernández ( Elche). 46': Substitution for Eibar: E. Burgos in, Bigas out. 47': Yellow card shown to E. Burgos ( Eibar). 52': ❌ Missed penalty. Edu Expósito ( Eibar) fails to convert. 63': Substitution for Eibar: Quique González in, Y. Muto out. 74': Substitution for Eibar: Unai Arieta in, Kike out. 74': Substitution for Eibar: D. Kądzior in, T. Inui out. 83': Substitution for Elche: Y. Koné in, L. Boyé out. 89': Substitution for Elche: Luismi Sánchez in, O. Mfulu out. 90': Substitution for Elche: Nino in, Pere Milla out.
Huesca: Javi Ontiveros (SUB 69'), Rafa Mir (SUB 70'), G. Silva (SUB 72'), Juan Carlos (SUB 82'), Sergio Gómez (SUB 82'), Joaquín Muñoz, Pablo Ínsua, Eugeni Valderrama, Álvaro Fernández, Luisinho, Dani Escriche Atlético Madrid: Á. Correa (SUB 46'), Y. Carrasco (SUB 61'), Diego Costa (SUB 62'), Koke (SUB 75'), H. Herrera, Víctor Mollejo, I. Grbić, N. Pérez, T. Lemar, Manu Sánchez, Sergio Camello, S. Savić
46': Substitution for Atlético Madrid: Á. Correa in, Vitolo out. 61': Substitution for Atlético Madrid: Y. Carrasco in, Llorente out. 62': Substitution for Atlético Madrid: Diego Costa in, L. Suárez out. 69': Substitution for Huesca: Javi Ontiveros in, Borja García out. 70': Substitution for Huesca: Rafa Mir in, S. Okazaki out. 72': Substitution for Huesca: G. Silva in, Pedro López out. 75': Substitution for Atlético Madrid: Koke in, Saúl out. 80': Yellow card shown to Javier Galán ( Huesca). 82': Substitution for Huesca: Juan Carlos in, Mikel Rico out. 82': Substitution for Huesca: Sergio Gómez in, David Ferreiro out.
2020.09.29 02:00 TransducerBotBeamforming-based Binaural Reproduction by Matching of Binaural Signals (August 2020)
Summary of Publication:
The capture and reproduction of spatial audio is becoming increasingly popular, with the mushrooming of applications in teleconferencing, entertainment and virtual reality. Two popular methods include high order Ambisonics and beamforming-based binaural reproduction, which are mainly studied with spherical arrays. However, a design framework for arrays with a less regular configuration has yet to be formulated and studied. This paper studies a method for binaural reproduction with general arrays, based on the direct estimation of the binaural signal from the array measurements. A simulation study shows that this method is capable of performing binaural reproduction with high accuracy over a limited frequency range, even with a small six-microphone array.
2020.09.28 23:12 procrastambitiousIf it wasn't for Covid, today would have been the day that Djokovic equaled Federer for weeks at number 1
As a numbers guy, I track all sorts of stats including weeks at number 1. Trawling through this Wikipedia list that is kept very up to date, made me realise that
Federer has 310 weeks at number 1
Djokovic has 288 weeks at number 1
Covid paused world rankings for exactly 22 weeks
So that this post isn't just one single fact, I have also thought about how this is going to be affected going forward. In case you need a refresher on how the rankings work in 2020, 2021 here are two ATP links: announcement and explanatory FAQ. Basically, until 2021 you cannot lose ranking points until they get replaced in 2021; you can only improve them (or stay as is). I'm only going to focus on Roland Garros, Paris Masters and the ATP Finals here. Basically, the only people with a chance of knocking off Djokovic from the top are Nadal and Thiem, so in the table below, I show how many points they have already and how many they can gain:
French Open current points
French Open possible gain
Paris Masters current points
Paris Masters possible gain
ATP Finals current points
ATP Finals possible gain
So, the minimum and maximum points look like this (keep in mind Novak currently has 11260, Rafa has 9850 and Domi has 9125):
So, only taking these tournaments into account, Djokovic isn't yet guaranteed end-of-year world number 1. He can guarantee end-of-year world number 1 if he wins three matches at the ATP finals or reaches the finals at the French (this is simply improving his result by a single round in any other tournament). Note, end-of-year is 13 weeks from now. Stopping Djokovic this year requires one of Rafael Nadal or Dominic Thiem to win every tournament to the end of the year and for Novak to not improve on last year in every tournament. The only person whose fate is in their own hands is Djokovic. My prediction: he will retain his number one status at the end of the year and then since the next major tournament is the Australian Open where the points update on January 31st (17 weeks from now) this will bring him to a total of 305 weeks. I find it hard to imagine he doesn't stay number 1 most of next year too. Edit: added Dominic Thiem rankings
Eibar: Quique González (SUB 46'), Pedro León (SUB 46'; A 48'), Álvaro Tejero (SUB 71'), Arbilla (SUB 84'), Y. Muto (SUB 90'), E. Burgos, Rafa, Unai Arieta, Eñaut Mendia, Yoel, José Martínez, Sergio Álvarez Athletic Club: Asier Villalibre (SUB 58'), Oihan Sancet (SUB 85'), Iñigo Córdoba (SUB 86'), Mikel Vesga (SUB 90'+4'), Unai Vencedor, Lekue, De Marcos, Iñigo Vicente, Balenziaga, Oier Zarraga, K. Kodro, Jokin Ezkieta
40': Goal! Unai López scores [Williams assist] — Eibar 0- Athletic Club . 46': Substitution for Eibar: Quique González in, Recio out. 46': Substitution for Eibar: Pedro León in, D. Kądzior out. 48': Goal! Kike scores [Pedro León assist] — Eibar -1 Athletic Club . 58': Substitution for Athletic Club: Asier Villalibre in, Jon Morcillo out. 71': Substitution for Eibar: Álvaro Tejero in, Rober Correa out. 84': Substitution for Eibar: Arbilla in, T. Inui out. 85': Substitution for Athletic Club: Oihan Sancet in, Muniain out. 86': Substitution for Athletic Club: Iñigo Córdoba in, Williams out. 87': Goal! Unai López scores [Capa assist] — Eibar 1- Athletic Club . 90': Substitution for Eibar: Y. Muto in, Kike out. 90'+4': Substitution for Athletic Club: Mikel Vesga in, Unai López out. 90'+9': Yellow card shown to P. Diop ( Eibar).
Benfica: H. Seferović (SUB 65'; G 80'), Chiquinho (SUB 66'), Pedrinho (SUB 74'), Gilberto, Ferro, Helton Leite, J. Weigl, Nuno Tavares, Carlos Vinícius Moreirense: Felipe Pires (SUB 61'), Matheus Silva (SUB 67'), Gonçalo Franco (SUB 82'), I. Camará (SUB 83'), Miguel Oliveira, Reynaldo
20': Goal! Rúben Dias scores [Everton assist] — Benfica -0 Moreirense . 30': Yellow card shown to Pizzi ( Benfica). 60': Yellow card shown to André Almeida ( Benfica). 61': Substitution for Moreirense: Felipe Pires in, Lucas Rodrigues out. 65': Substitution for Benfica: H. Seferović in, L. Waldschmidt out. 66': Substitution for Benfica: Chiquinho in, Pizzi out. 67': Substitution for Moreirense: Matheus Silva in, A. DAlberto out. 74': Substitution for Benfica: Pedrinho in, Rafa Silva out. 80': Goal! H. Seferović scores [D. Núñez assist] — Benfica -0 Moreirense . 82': Substitution for Moreirense: Gonçalo Franco in, Fábio Pacheco out. 83': Substitution for Moreirense: I. Camará in, Alex Soares out.
Valencia: K. Gameiro (SUB 64'), Y. Musah (SUB 64'), Lee Kang-In (SUB 85'), Vicente Esquerdo (SUB 90'+4'), K. Koindredi, Guillem Molina, Sobrino, Toni Lato, Cristian Rivero, Álex Blanco, Álex Centelles, Thierry Correia Huesca: Borja García (SUB 62'), Javi Ontiveros (SUB 80'), Luisinho (SUB 80'), Joaquín Muñoz, Eugeni Valderrama, Álvaro Fernández, Pablo Ínsua, Sergio Gómez, Dani Escriche
38': Goal! D. Wass scores — Valencia -0 Huesca . 62': Substitution for Huesca: Borja García in, Juan Carlos out. 63': Goal! D. Siovas scores [David Ferreiro assist] — Valencia 1- Huesca . 64': Yellow card shown to Javier Galán ( Huesca). 64': Substitution for Valencia: K. Gameiro in, Manu Vallejo out. 64': Substitution for Valencia: Y. Musah in, Jason out. 80': Substitution for Huesca: Javi Ontiveros in, S. Okazaki out. 80': Substitution for Huesca: Luisinho in, Pedro López out. 85': Substitution for Valencia: Lee Kang-In in, Gonçalo Guedes out. 90'+4': Substitution for Valencia: Vicente Esquerdo in, U. Račić out.
Huesca: Borja García (SUB 52'), Sergio Gómez (SUB 53'), Joaquín Muñoz (SUB 53'), Dani Escriche (SUB 73'), Pablo Ínsua, Jaime Seoane, Pedro López, Álvaro Fernández Cádiz CF: Y. Bodiger (SUB 46'), Fali Jiménez (SUB 46'), A. Fernández (SUB 64'), F. Malbašić (SUB 69'; A 83'), Alejo (SUB 81'), S. Erimuya, Alberto Perea, A. Lozano, Carlos Akapo, Marc Baró, J. Flere, David Gil
11': Goal! Álvaro Negredo scores — Huesca 0- Cádiz CF . 16': Yellow card shown to Jorge Pulido ( Huesca). 29': Yellow card shown to Juan Cala ( Cádiz CF). 46': Substitution for Cádiz CF: Y. Bodiger in, J. Jønsson out. 46': Substitution for Cádiz CF: Fali Jiménez in, Juan Cala out. 49': Yellow card shown to David Ferreiro ( Huesca). 52': Substitution for Huesca: Borja García in, Juan Carlos out. 53': Substitution for Huesca: Sergio Gómez in, Rafa Mir out. 53': Substitution for Huesca: Joaquín Muñoz in, Eugeni Valderrama out. 58': Yellow card shown to A. Espino ( Cádiz CF). 63': Yellow card shown to Jorge Pombo ( Cádiz CF). 64': Substitution for Cádiz CF: A. Fernández in, José Mari out. 69': Substitution for Cádiz CF: F. Malbašić in, Álvaro Negredo out. 73': Substitution for Huesca: Dani Escriche in, David Ferreiro out. 76': Yellow card shown to D. Siovas ( Huesca). 81': Substitution for Cádiz CF: Alejo in, Salvi out. 83': Goal! Jorge Pombo scores [F. Malbašić assist] — Huesca 0- Cádiz CF .
Villarreal: Iborra (SUB 58'), P. Estupiñán (SUB 58'), S. Chakla (SUB 78'), Manu Trigueros (SUB 85'), T. Kubo (SUB 85'), G. Rulli, Javi Ontiveros, Jaume Costa, Ramiro Funes Mori, Álex Baena, Dani Raba, Fer Niño Eibar: Miguel Atienza (SUB 69'), Sergi Enrich (SUB 84'), Kévin Rodrigues (SUB 84'), D. Kądzior (SUB 84'), Yoel, E. Burgos, Eñaut Mendia, Y. Muto, José Martínez, Quique González, Álvaro Tejero, Unai Arieta
24': Yellow card shown to Recio ( Eibar). 39': Yellow card shown to F. Coquelin ( Villarreal). 50': Goal! Kike scores [Edu Expósito assist] — Villarreal 0- Eibar . 58': Substitution for Villarreal: Iborra in, F. Coquelin out. 58': Substitution for Villarreal: P. Estupiñán in, Pedraza out. 63': Goal! Gerard Moreno scores [S. Chukwueze assist] — Villarreal -1 Eibar . 69': Substitution for Eibar: Miguel Atienza in, Pedro León out. 71': Goal! Paco Alcácer scores [Gerard Moreno assist] — Villarreal -1 Eibar . 78': Substitution for Villarreal: S. Chakla in, Albiol out. 84': Substitution for Eibar: Sergi Enrich in, Kike out. 84': Substitution for Eibar: Kévin Rodrigues in, Rafa out. 84': Substitution for Eibar: D. Kądzior in, Recio out. 85': Substitution for Villarreal: Manu Trigueros in, Paco Alcácer out. 85': Substitution for Villarreal: T. Kubo in, S. Chukwueze out.
Famalicão: A. Ibrahim (SUB 46'), Patrick William (SUB 46'), Matheus Clemente (SUB 63'), R. del Campo (SUB 63'), Walterson (SUB 76'), Luiz Júnior, João Neto, Henrique Trevisan, L. Ofori Benfica: Pizzi (SUB 60'), Carlos Vinícius (SUB 72'), Nuno Tavares (SUB 72'), Diogo Gonçalves (SUB 76'), J. Weigl (SUB 76'), Pedrinho, Helton Leite, H. Seferović, Ferro
19': Goal! L. Waldschmidt scores — Famalicão 0- Benfica . 21': Goal! Everton scores [André Almeida assist] — Famalicão 0- Benfica . 27': Yellow card shown to Rúben Dias ( Benfica). 42': Goal! Álex Grimaldo scores — Famalicão 0- Benfica . 45': Yellow card shown to Jorge Pereira ( Famalicão). 46': Substitution for Famalicão: A. Ibrahim in, C. Verdonk out. 46': Substitution for Famalicão: Patrick William in, Jorge Pereira out. 52': Goal! Rafa Silva scores [Everton assist] — Famalicão 0- Benfica . 60': Substitution for Benfica: Pizzi in, Rafa Silva out. 63': Substitution for Famalicão: Matheus Clemente in, Bruno Jordão out. 63': Substitution for Famalicão: R. del Campo in, Toni Martínez out. 66': Goal! L. Waldschmidt scores [D. Núñez assist] — Famalicão 0- Benfica . 67': Goal! Guga scores [Rúben Lameiras assist] — Famalicão -5 Benfica . 71': Yellow card shown to Gabriel ( Benfica). 72': Substitution for Benfica: Carlos Vinícius in, D. Núñez out. 72': Substitution for Benfica: Nuno Tavares in, Álex Grimaldo out. 76': Substitution for Famalicão: Walterson in, C. Valenzuela out. 76': Substitution for Benfica: Diogo Gonçalves in, L. Waldschmidt out. 76': Substitution for Benfica: J. Weigl in, Gabriel out.
PAOK: A. Živković (SUB 67'; G 75'), K. Świderski (SUB 70'), A. Esiti (SUB 80'; YC 90'+2'), A. Paschalakis, D. Biseswar, N. Ninua, E. Mihaj Benfica: D. Núñez (SUB 65'), Carlos Vinícius (SUB 72'), Rafa Silva (SUB 76'; G 90'+4'), Gilberto, Helton Leite, Gabriel, L. Waldschmidt
1': Yellow card shown to D. Pelkas ( PAOK). 28': Yellow card shown to Fernando Varela ( PAOK). 44': Yellow card shown to I. Michailidis ( PAOK). 44': Yellow card shown to André Almeida ( Benfica). 63': Own goal! J. Vertonghen scores — PAOK -0 Benfica . 65': Substitution for Benfica: D. Núñez in, Pedrinho out. 67': Substitution for PAOK: A. Živković in, D. Pelkas out. 70': Substitution for PAOK: K. Świderski in, C. Akpom out. 72': Substitution for Benfica: Carlos Vinícius in, H. Seferović out. 75': Goal! A. Živković scores [D. Giannoulis assist] — PAOK -0 Benfica . 76': Substitution for Benfica: Rafa Silva in, A. Taarabt out. 79': Yellow card shown to S. Schwab ( PAOK). 80': Substitution for PAOK: A. Esiti in, C. Tzolis out. 90'+2': Yellow card shown to A. Esiti ( PAOK). 90'+4': Goal! Rafa Silva scores [André Almeida assist] — PAOK 2- Benfica .
2020.09.15 02:00 TransducerBotEnhancement of Ambisonics Signals using time-frequency masking (August 2020)
Summary of Publication:
Spatial audio is an essential part of virtual reality. Unlike synthesized signals, spatial audio captured in the real world may suffer from background noise which degrades the quality of the signals. While some previous works have addressed this problem, and suggested methods to attenuate the undesired signals while preserving the desired signals with minimum distortion, these only succeed partially. Recently, methods aiming to achieve preservation of the desired signal in its entirety have been proposed, and in this work we study such methods that are based on time-frequency masking. Two masks were investigated: one in the spherical harmonics (SH) domain, and the other in the plane wave density (PWD) function domain, referred to here as the spatial domain. These two methods were compared with a low-end reference method that uses a single maximum directivity beamformer followed by a single channel time-frequency mask. A subjective investigation was conducted to estimate the performance of these methods, and showed that the spatial mask preserves the desired sound field better, while the SH mask preserves the spatial cues of the residual noise better.
Villarreal: Iborra (SUB 77'), T. Kubo (SUB 77'), Mario Gaspar (SUB 77'), Fer Niño (SUB 90'+1'), Dani Raba, G. Rulli, Jaume Costa, Álex Baena, S. Chakla, Javi Ontiveros, Manu Trigueros Huesca: Eugeni Valderrama (SUB 62'), K. Nwakali (SUB 62'), Jaime Seoane (SUB 78'), Joaquín Muñoz, J. Peñaloza, Sergio Gómez, Dani Escriche, Álvaro Fernández, Luisinho, Kevin Omoruyi
36': Yellow card shown to Pedraza ( Villarreal). 42': Goal! Pablo Maffeo scores [Juan Carlos assist] — Villarreal 0- Huesca . 62': Substitution for Huesca: Eugeni Valderrama in, David Ferreiro out. 62': Substitution for Huesca: K. Nwakali in, Juan Carlos out. 68': Goal! Gerard Moreno scores (Penalty) — Villarreal -1 Huesca . 77': Substitution for Villarreal: Iborra in, F. Coquelin out. 77': Substitution for Villarreal: T. Kubo in, Paco Alcácer out. 77': Substitution for Villarreal: Mario Gaspar in, Rubén Peña out. 78': Substitution for Huesca: Jaime Seoane in, Mikel Rico out. 88': Yellow card shown to Pedro Mosquera ( Huesca). 90'+1': Substitution for Villarreal: Fer Niño in, Moi Gómez out.
Eibar: D. Kądzior (SUB 61'), Recio (SUB 68'), Dufur, E. Burgos, Eñaut Mendia, José Martínez, Miguel Atienza, Álvaro Tejero, Quique González, Rafa, Yoel, Unai Arieta Celta Vigo: Miguel Baeza (SUB 77'), Fran Beltrán, José Fontán, Jorge Sáenz, Kevin Vázquez, Miguel Rodríguez, Juncà (YC 73'), Santi Mina, Iago Domínguez, Denis Suárez, Gabri Veiga, Vadillo
13': Yellow card shown to Bigas ( Eibar). 37': Yellow card shown to Nolito ( Celta Vigo). 41': Yellow card shown to Sergio Álvarez ( Eibar). 61': Substitution for Eibar: D. Kądzior in, T. Inui out. 68': Substitution for Eibar: Recio in, Sergi Enrich out. 73': Yellow card shown to L. Olaza ( Celta Vigo). 73': Yellow card shown to Juncà ( Celta Vigo). 77': Substitution for Celta Vigo: Miguel Baeza in, Brais Méndez out. 78': Yellow card shown to O. Yokuşlu ( Celta Vigo). 81': Yellow card shown to P. Diop ( Eibar). 87': Red card (2nd yellow) shown to P. Diop ( Eibar).
2020.09.11 09:10 _longtimelistener[OC] 20/21 is the first season since 05/06 where no PL team changed their manager during the summer
Counting only managerial changes that happen after one season ends, and before the next season begins, and for teams that are about to start the new PL season. 20/21 No changes. Dates of when each manager was appointed:
Manchester City: Mancini to Kidd to Pellegrini - Jul 1, 2013
Manchester United: Ferguson to Moyes - Jul 1, 2013
Stoke City: Pulis to Hughes - May 30, 2013
Everton: Moyes to Martinez - Jun 5, 2013
Spurs: Redknapp to Villas-Boas - Jul 3, 2012
Liverpool: Dalglish to Rodgers - Jun 1, 2012
Swansea: Rodgers to Laudrup - Jun 15, 2012
West Brom: Hodgson to Clarke - Jun 8, 2012
Chelsea: Ancelotti to Villas-Boas - Jul 1, 2011
Fulham: Hughes to Jol - Jun 7, 2011
Liverpool: Benitez to Hodgson - Jul 1, 2010
West Ham: Zola to Grant - Jul 1, 2010
Fulham: Hodgson to Lewington to Hughes - Jul 1, 2010 and Jul 29, 2010
Chelsea: Hiddink to Ancelotti - Jul 1, 2009
Chelsea: Grant to Scolari - Jul 1, 2008
Manchester City: Eriksson to Hughes - Jun 4, 2008
Manchester City: Pearce to Eriksson - Jul 6, 2007
Wigan: Jewell to Hutchings - Jul 1, 2007
Aston Villa: Aitken to O'Neill - Aug 4, 2006
Middlesbrough: McClaren to Southgate - Jun 7, 2006
Charlton: Curbishley to Dowie - Jul 1, 2006
05/06 No Changes. Dates of when each manager was appointed and when he left.
Chelsea: Jose Mourinho - Jul 1, 2004 to Sept 20, 2007
Manchester United: Alex Ferguson - Nov 6, 1986 to Jun 30, 2013
Arsenal: Arsene Wenger - Oct 1, 1996 to Jun 30, 2018
Liverpool: Rafa Benitez - Jul 1, 2004 to Jun 30, 2010
Tottenham Hotspur: Martin Jol - Nov 8, 2004 to Oct 25, 2007
Newcastle: Graeme Souness - Sep 7, 2004 to Feb 2, 2006
Everton: David Moyes - Mar 14, 2002 to Jun 30, 2013
Aston Villa: David O'Leary - May 20, 2003 to Jul 20, 2006
Birmingham City: Steve Bruce - Dec 12, 2001 to Nov 19, 2007
Middlesbrough: Steve McClaren - Jul 1, 2001 to Jun 30, 2006
Portsmouth: Alain Perrin - Apr 7, 2005 to Nov 24, 2005
Manchester City: Stuart Pearce - Mar 11, 2005 to May 14, 2007
Charlton Athletic: Alan Curbishley - Jul 24, 1991 to Jun 30, 2006
Fulham: Chris Coleman - Apr 18, 2003 to Apr 10, 2007
Blackburn Rovers: Mark Hughes - Sep 6, 2004 to Jun 3, 2008
Bolton Wanderers: Sam Allardyce - Oct 19, 1999 to Apr 30, 2007
West Bromwich Albion: Bryan Robson - Nov 9, 2004 to Sep 18, 2006
West Ham United: Alan Pardew - Oct 20, 2003 to Dec 11, 2006
Wigan Athletic: Paul Jewell - Jun 12, 2001 to May 14, 2007
Sunderland AFC: Mick McCarthy - Mar 12, 2003 to Mar 6, 2006
Notes - All data collected and sourced from Transfermarkt - You can always count on Chelsea to keep it interesting. - If you notice any mistake or missing changes, please add it in the comments. - I hope I'm correct in titling this as OC. It's just collecting the data. - I really resisted adding a cheeky Opta-style Continuity in the title, but maybe couldn't resist telling you about it. Edit/Corrections - Wanger OUT, Wenger IN. I'm filled with shame to misspell the name of a legendary manager like Arsenal Wanger. - Graemem Souness left to work in television, replaced in the list by his more-famous brother Graeme. - People in the comments were kind to add the appointments of: Jol (11/12), Clarke (12/13), Irvine (14/15), Sánchez Flores (15/16), Mazzarri (16/17), de Boer (17/18), and Ranieri (15/16) who was 1:5000 odds to be added to this list, but still made it, making him the best summer appointment of all times.
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