highlights New Delhi: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang spearheaded Arsenal’s revival by scoring twice in a 3-0 win over Rennes to reach the Europa League quarter-finals 4-3 on aggregate, as Chelsea and Napoli also booked a last-eight spot on Thursday. The Gunners canceled out their 3-1 deficit from last week’s first leg in France inside 15 minutes as Aubameyang swept home from close range before teeing up Ainsley Maitland-Niles to head home. However, Rennes had cause to complain as Aubameyang should have been flagged offside before the second goal.With VAR not in use for the Europa League unlike the Champions League, there was no recourse for Rennes and the Ligue 1 side will also reflect on missed opportunities after the break as a historic European run for the club came to an end. M’Baye Niang struck the post and Sead Kolasinac’s last-ditch tackle denied Ismaila Sarr before the Bosnian wing-back crossed for Aubameyang to give Arsenal breathing space. Aubameyang spearheaded Arsenal’s revival by scoring twice in a 3-0 win over Rennes.Pierre-Emerick reaches the Europa League quarter-finals 4-3 on aggregate.Winning the Europa League also offers Arsenal and Chelsea the safety net of Champions League qualification. Winning the Europa League also offers Arsenal and Chelsea the safety net of Champions League qualification should they fail to make the top four in the Premier League. But Arsenal boss Unai Emery, who won the Europa League three times as Sevilla coach, also wants the glory of a trophy in his first season in charge.”It is not only the possibility to go to Champions League, but it also is one title and we can feel the possibility to win one title,” said the Spaniard. Chelsea cruised into the last eight with greater ease as six Premier League sides will take their place in Friday’s quarter-finals draws with Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham in the last eight of the Champions League.After a 3-0 victory in last week’s last 16, first leg at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea was even more dominant in Kiev as Olivier Giroud scored his first hat-trick for the club.”We started very well. We wanted to start in this way,” Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri told BT Sport.”We played a wonderful first half and managed the game in the second half.” Giroud, who is yet to start in the Premier League in 2019 after the signing of Gonzalo Higuain, netted a first-half double before Marcos Alonso slid home a third on the stroke of half-time. Frenchman Giroud completed his hat-trick before teenage winger Callum Hudson-Odoi rounded off the scoring. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
(REUTERS)-Kevin Durant scored 33 points and the visiting Golden State Warriors held on to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 113-105 in Game 4 of the Western Conference first-round series on Sunday afternoon.After winning both games in Los Angeles, the Warriors own a 3-1 series lead heading to Game 5 on Wednesday night in Oakland, Calif.Klay Thompson scored 27 of his 32 points in the first half for the Warriors. Stephen Curry shot 3-for-14, including 1-for-9 from 3-point range, finishing with 12 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored a season-high 25 points for the Clippers.Danilo Gallinari scored 16 after a scoreless first quarter, Patrick Beverley had 12 points and a team-high 10 rebounds, and Lou Williams scored 12 off the bench for Los Angeles.The Warriors received strong contributions off the bench from Andre Iguodala, Alfonzo McKinnie and Shaun Livingston in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter, helping expand a three-point lead to 100-91 with 7:05 left in the game.Curry checked back in with 5:50 remaining and Golden State leading by six points, and the Clippers never got any closer.The Clippers had taken their biggest lead of the series at 82-77 on a fast-break dunk by Montrezl Harrell with 3:57 left in the third quarter, but the Warriors outscored Los Angeles 10-2 the remainder of the quarter to take an 87-84 lead into the fourth.Curry made his first basket of the game on driving layup to stretch the lead to 46-40 with 5:59 left in first half. The Warriors stretched lead back to 10 on two occasions in the second quarter beforeDurant’s four-point play with 2.5 seconds left in the half made it 62-54 at the break.Gilgeous-Alexander scored 14 of the first 20 points for the Clippers, and Thompson made his first seven field-goal attempts and scored 17 of the first 28 points for Golden State.The Warriors scored the final 12 points of first quarter to take a 32-22 lead into second.Golden State has led by at least eight points after the first quarter in every game of the series.
This year’s draft was originally set to undergo some serious changes, the primary change heading from MLB Network Studios in Secaucus, N.J. to Omaha, Neb., just a few days before the start of the College World Series. MORE MLB DRAFT 2020:Mock draft | Slot values | Pool money by teamUnfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic drastically altered plans for the 2020 and 2021 drafts . This year, the amount of rounds in the draft have been slashed from 40 to just five, with next year’s installment featuring just 20 rounds total. Between the coronavirus and the hacking of some minor league teams, This year, Arizona State’s Spencer Torkelson is went No. 1 overall to the Tigers, with Heston Kjerstad going No. 2 as a shocker to the Orioles. Max Meyer rounded out the top three. The Show must go on.Not a single inning of professional baseball has yet to be played in 2020, and who knows when first pitch for the 2020 season might come. That doesn’t mean, though, that the 2020 MLB Draft is on hold. Sporting News tracked every pick from the 2020 MLB Draft draft below.JUMP TO ROUND: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5MLB Draft tracker 2020: Live picks, results from Rounds 1-5 Round 1 resultsPickTeamPlayerPositionSchool1.Detroit TigersSpencer Torkelson3BArizona State2.Baltimore OriolesHeston KjerstadOFArkansas3.Miami MarlinsMax MeyerRHPMinnesota4.Kansas City RoyalsAsa LacyLHPTexas A&M5.Toronto Blue JaysAustin MartinSSVanderbilt6.Seattle MarinersEmerson HancockRHPGeorgia7.Pittsburgh PiratesNick GonzalesSSNew Mexico State8.San Diego PadresRobert Hassell IIIOFIndependence High School (Tennessee)9.Colorado RockiesZac VeenOF Spruce Creek High School (Florida)10.Los Angeles AngelsReid DetmersLHPLouisville11.Chicago White SoxGarrett CrotchetLHPTennessee12.Cincinnati RedsAustin HendrickOFWest Allegheny High School (Pennsylvania)13.San Francisco GiantsPatrick BaileyCNC State14.Texas RangersJustin Foscue2BMississippi State15.Philadelphia PhilliesMick AbelRHPJesuit High School (Oregon)16.Chicago CubsEd HowardSSMount Carmel High School (Illinois)17.Boston Red SoxNick Yorke2BArchbishop Mitty High School (California)18.Arizona DiamondbacksJarvis BryceRHPDuke19.New York MetsPete Crow-ArmstrongOFHarvard-Westlake School (California)20.Milwaukee BrewersGarrett MitchellOFUCLA21.St. Louis CardinalsJordan Walker3BDecatur High School (Georgia)22.Washington NationalsCade CavalliRHPOklahoma23.Cleveland IndiansCarson TuckerSSMountain Pointe High School (Arizona)24.Tampa Bay RaysNick BitskoRHPCentral Bucks High School East (Pennsylvania)25.Atlanta BravesJared ShusterLHPWake Forest26.Oakland A’sTyler SoderstromCTurlock High School (California)27.Minnesota TwinsAaron Sabato1BUNC28.New York YankeesAustin WellsCArizona29.Los Angeles DodgersBobby MillerRHPLouisvilleCompetitive Balance Round APickTeamPlayerPositionSchool30.Baltimore OriolesJordan WestburgSSMississippi State31.Pittsburgh PiratesCarmen MlodzinskiRHPSouth Carolina32.Kansas City RoyalsNick LoftinSSBaylor33.Arizona DiamondbacksSlade CecconiRHPMiami34.San Diego PadresJustin LangeRHPLlano High School (Texas)35.Colorado RockiesDrew RomoCThe Woodlands High School (Texas)36.Cleveland IndiansTanner BurnsRHPAuburn37.Tampa Bay Rays (via St. Louis)Alika WilliamsSSArizona State Round 2 resultsRounds 2-5 of the 2020 MLB Draft take place on Thursday, June 11.PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool38.Detroit TigersDillon DinglerCOhio State39.Baltimore OriolesHudson HaskinOFTulane40.Miami MarlinsDaxton FultonLHPMustang High School (Oklahoma)41.Kansas City RoyalsBen HernandezRHPDe La Salle Institute (Illinois)42.Toronto Blue JaysCJ Van EykRHPFlorida State43.Seattle MarinersZach DeLoachOFTexas A&M44.Pittsburgh PiratesJared JonesRHPLa Miranda High School (California)45.San Diego PadresOwen CaissieOFNotre Dame Catholic (Ontario)46.Colorado RockiesChris McMahonRHPMiami47.Chicago White SoxJared KelleyRHPRefugio High School (Texas)48.Cincinnati RedsChristian RoaRHPTexas A&M49.San Francisco GiantsCasey Schmitt3BSan Diego State50.Texas RangersEvan CarterOFElizabethton High School (Tennessee)51.Chicago CubsBurl CarrawayLHPDallas Baptist (Texas)52.New York MetsJ.T. GinnRHPMississippi State53.Milwaukee BrewersFreddy ZamoraSSMiami54.St. Louis CardinalsMasyn WinnSSKingwood High School (Texas)55.Washington NationalsCole HenryRHPLSU56.Cleveland IndiansLogan AllenLHPFIU57.Tampa Bay RaysIan SeymourLHPVirginia Tech58.Oakland A’sJeff CriswellRHPMichigan59.Minnesota TwinsAlerick SoularieOFTennessee60.Los Angeles DodgersLandon KnackRHPEast Tennessee StateCompetitive Balance Round BPickTeamPlayerPositionSchool61.Miami MarlinsKyle NicolasRHPBall State62.Detroit TigersDanny CabreraOFLSU63.St. Louis CardinalsTink HenceRHPWatson Chapel High School (Arkansas)64.Seattle MarinersConnor PhillipsRHPMcLennan CC (Texas)65.Cincinnati RedsJackson MillerCJ.W. Mitchell High School (Florida)66.Los Angeles DodgersClayton BeeterRHPTexas TechFree-agent compensatory picksPickTeamPlayerPositionSchool67.San Francisco GiantsNick SwineyLHPNC State68.San Francisco GiantsJimmy GlowenkeSSDallas Baptist69.New York MetsIsaiah GreeneOFCorona Senior High School (California)70.St. Louis CardinalsAlec Burleson1BECU71.Washington NationalsSammy InfanteSSMonsignor Edward Pace High School72.Houston AstrosAlex SantosRHPMt. Saint Michael Academy (New York) Round 3 resultsPickTeamPlayerPositionSchool73.Detroit TigersTrei CruzSSRice74.Baltimore OriolesAnthony ServideoSSOle Miss75.Miami MarlinsZach McCambleyRHPCoastal Carolina76.Kansas City RoyalsTyler GentryOFAlabama77.Toronto Blue JaysTrent PalmerRHPJacksonville University78.Seattle MarinersKaden Polcovich2BOklahoma State79.Pittsburgh PiratesNick GarciaRHPChapman University80.San Diego PadresCole WilcoxRHPGeorgia81.Colorado RockiesSam WeatherlyLHPClemson82.Los Angeles AngelsDavid CalabreseOFSt. Elizabeth Catholic High School (Ontario)83.Chicago White SoxAdisyn CoffeyRHPWabash Valley College84.Cincinnati RedsBryce BonninRHPTexas Tech85.San Francisco GiantsKyle HarrisonLHPDe La Salle High School (California)86.Texas RangersTekoah RobyRHPPine Forest High School (Florida)87.Philadelphia PhilliesCasey MartinSSArkansas88.Chicago CubsJordan NwoguOFMichigan89.Boston Red SoxBlaze Jordan3BDeSoto Central High School (Mississippi)90.Arizona DiamondbacksLiam NorrisLHPGreen Hope High School (North Carolina)91.New York MetsAnthony WaltersSSSan Diego State92.Milwaukee BrewersZavier WarrenCCentral Michigan93.St. Louis CardinalsLevi PraterLHPOklahoma94.Washington NationalsHolden PowellRHPUCLA95.Cleveland IndiansPetey HalpinOFMira Costa High School (California)96.Tampa Bay RaysHunter BarnhartRHPSt. Joseph High School (California)97.Atlanta BravesJesse Franklin VOFMichigan98.Oakland AthleticsMichael GuldbergOFGeorgia Tech99.New York YankeesTrevor HauverLFArizona State100.Los Angeles DodgersJake VogelOFHuntington Beach High School (California)101.Houston AstrosTyler BrownRHPVanderbilt Round 4 resultsPickTeamPlayerPositionSchool102.Detroit TigersGage Workman3BArizona State103.Baltimore OriolesCoby Mayo3BStoneman Douglas High School (Florida)104.Miami MarlinsJake EderLHPVanderbilt105.Kansas City RoyalsChristian ChamberlainLHPOregon State106.Toronto Blue JaysNick FrassoRHPLoyola Marymount University107.Seattle MarinersTyler Keenan3BOle Miss108.Pittsburgh PiratesJack HartmanRHPAppalachian State109.San Diego PadresLevi ThomasRHPTroy110.Colorado RockiesCase WilliamsRHPDouglas County High School (Colorado)111.Los Angeles AngelsWerner BlakelySSDetroit Edison High School (Michigan)112.Chicago White SoxKade MechalsRHPGrand Canyon University113.Cincinnati RedsMac WainwrightOFSt. Edwards High School (Ohio)114.San Francisco GiantsRJ DabovichRHPArizona State115.Texas RangersDylan MacLeanLHPCentral Catholic High School116.Philadelphia PhilliesCarson RagsdaleRHPUSF117.Chicago CubsLuke LittleLHPSan Jacinto College North (Texas)118.Boston Red SoxJeremy Wu-YellandLHPHawaii119.Arizona DiamondbacksAJ Vukovich3BEast Troy High School (Wisconsin)120.New York MetsMatthew DyerCArizona121.Milwaukee BrewersJoey WiemerOFCincinnati122.St. Louis CardinalsIan BedellRHPMissouri123.Washington NationalsBrady LindslyCOklahoma124.Cleveland IndiansMilan TolentinoSSSanta Margarita High School (California)125.Tampa Bay RaysTanner MurraySSUC Davis126.Atlanta BravesSpencer StriderRHPClemson127.Oakland AthleticsDane AckherRHPOklahoma128.Minnesota TwinsMarco RayaRHPUnited South High School (Texas)129.New York YankeesBeck WayRHPNorthwest Florida State130.Los Angeles DodgersCarson TaylorCVirginia Tech131.Houston AstrosZach DanielsOFTennessee Round 5 resultsPickTeamPlayerPositionSchool132.Detroit TigersKeith Colt3BBiloxi High School (Mississippi)133.Baltimore OriolesCarter BaumlerRHPDowling Catholic High School (Iowa)134.Miami MarlinsKyle HurtRHPUSC135.Kansas City RoyalsWill KleinRHPEastern Illinois136.Toronto Blue JaysZach BrittonOFLouisville137.Seattle MarinersTaylor DollardRHPCal Poly138.Pittsburgh PiratesLogan HofmannRHPNorthwestern State139.San Diego PadresJagger HaynesLHPWest Columbus High School (North Carolina)140.Colorado RockiesJack BlomgrenSSMichigan141.Los Angeles AngelsAdam SeminarisLHPLong Beach State142.Chicago White SoxBailey HornLHPAuburn143.Cincinnati RedsJoe BoyleRHPNotre Dame144.San Francisco GiantsRyan MurphyCLe Moyne College145.Texas RangersThomas SaggeseSSCarlsbad High School (California)146.Philadelphia PhilliesBaron RadcliffOFGeorgia Tech147.Chicago CubsKoen MorenoRHPPanther Creek High School (RHP)148.Boston Red SoxShane DrohanLHPFlorida State149.Arizona DiamondbacksBrandon PfaadtRHPBellarmine University150.New York MetsEric OrzeRHPUniversity of New Orleans151.Milwaukee BrewersHayden CantrelleSSUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette152.St. Louis CardinalsLJ Jones IVOFLong Beach State153.Washington NationalsMitchell ParkerLHPSan Jacinto College North154.Cleveland IndiansMason HickmanRHPVanderbilt155.Tampa Bay RaysJeff HakansonRHPCentral Florida156.Atlanta BravesBryce ElderRHPTexas157.Oakland AthleticsStevie EmanuelsRHPWashington158.Minnesota TwinsKala’i RosarioOFWaiakea High School (Hawaii)159.Los Angeles DodgersGavin StoneRHPCentral Arkansas160.Houston AstrosShay WhitcombRHPUC San Diego