In Africa, cities are created where the population can not live

If you take a closer look at the evolution of the global population, it quickly becomes clear that not only are we becoming more and more people, but we are also increasingly attracting men and women to the big cities. Especially here in Germany, this is often seen as a problem, as more and more jobs disappear in the country and the supply there is increasingly worse.

The situation is similar in the countries of Africa with which I deal in our current article. In the past, we have already told you about new cities that are being built up within a few years. For example, the major project "Diamniadio" in Senegal , which will combine mobility and sustainability in the future. Money for such projects comes mainly from China .

The new cities bring many benefits to Africa. In addition to the economic growth that comes from the establishment of companies and the attracting of new investors, the quality of life for the inhabitants by a better supply will continue to rise. In this w…

Man Utd, Liverpool leading big six for Blackburn forward

The Premier League's main six are in an enormous fight to sign youthful Blackburn forward Vilius Piliukaitis, we can solely uncover. 

The 17-year-old joined Rovers in the late spring from the Lithuanian National Football Academy, yet it was just an underlying credit with Blackburn holding a choice to sign him.

Be that as it may, such have been the exhibitions of Piliukaitis – Rovers currently confront a fight to keep hold of the adolescent and their choice could mean close to nothing on the off chance that they can't convince the youth to repel the advances of the Premier League's greatest clubs.

Piliukaitis was Man of the Match in Blackburn's 1-1 draw with Man City's Under-18 side a month ago, and after that pursued that up by scoring twice and making two against West Brom in a 4-1 pounding.

Presently City, Manchester United, City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are for the most part awaiting to seal his mark.

Liverpool and Spurs were both enthused about Piliukaitis before Rovers landed him, however now they are good to go to go war over a player they feel is one of best prospects in the EFL – having substantiated himself over the most recent couple of months.

A Rovers source affirmed: "Vilius has developed as extraordinary compared to other youthful players we have found in years, they knew he was skilled before he arrived yet he is outperformed desires enormously and now it is little amazement that the intrigue is so high."

José Mourinho’s midfield dogs of war yap harmlessly at City ankles

Mentor conveyed Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera and Marouane Fellaini as cautious square – yet City just avoided round it 

Two differentiating methods of insight, a conflict of styles, ownership against certainty, assault against safeguard – such exchange and, at last, almost no of it implied anything. Manchester City in a general sense are simply superior to United. 

A significant part of the pre-coordinate talk had encompassed whether José Mourinho would send his side out to assault, given how his very own side look better pursuing diversions and the waiting doubt that City, amazing as their cautious record shows up, can be got at if groups could traverse their press. Which is fine yet, as Mike Tyson stated, everyone has an arrangement until the point when they get punched in the mouth. 

To get at City, you have first to make history the ball, and for long spells United essentially couldn't do that. At the point when Bernardo Silva shot wide following 75 seconds, no United played had contacted the ball. Other than David de Gea taking an objective kick, the main touch from a United player came following 117 seconds as a dropping ball moved down Marouane Fellaini's shoulder. At the point when David Silva put City ahead following 12 minutes, City had finished 96 goes to United's five, and had delighted in 91% of the ball. In Paul Pogba's nonattendance Mourinho had stuffed his midfield with growl and muscle, Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera flanking Fellaini, yet these pooches of war – two Great Danes and an irritating yappy terrier – having been let slip were left pursuing capriciously, snapping miserably at passing bluebottles. 

This was maybe proposed to be what might as well be called the "trivote" Mourinho jumped at the chance to field at Real Madrid, a guarded square intended to sit before the back four, a powerful sea wall to disturb the rushes of the City assault. Be that as it may, it didn't. Or possibly not reliably. City ran round it with Riyad Mahrez and Raheem Sterling, and through it on account of the silver triangle at the front of the group – Bernardo, David Silva and Sergio Agüero's new hair. 

Those opening 12 minutes were staggering, as total an exhibition of prevalence as is conceivable at this level. In any case, what was interesting was that, after the objective, City's level dropped. Get up and go Guardiola faulted his side's disposition, indicating an inability to press and an absence of direction under lock and key, nearly just as they were marginally awed by their own predominance in the beginning times, astounded maybe by how clear it was – prompting lost concentration and a propensity to overcomplicate. 

Whatever the reason, United did, quickly, start to disturb them. There was an endeavor to press, the front three of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard shutting down Ederson and the two full-backs when the goalkeeper had the ball. In any case, squeezing does not fall into place for this United side. In truth, so not well developed is the squad that nothing does, the strain between the impulses of the administrator and the limits of his squad very apparent. 

Since the midfield did not quit for the day the forward line, on the grounds that United were not smaller, on the grounds that there was space behind that underlying line of the press, it was moderately basic for Ederson, a great long passer, to hang the ball to City midfielders. That equivalent absence of smallness was partially in charge of City's second objective. At the point when Lingard miscontrolled De Gea's freedom and was confiscated, Agüero wound up in the kind of room he had been prevented for most from securing the main half. His reaction was mercilessly clinical, a one-two with Mahrez that left Victor Lindelöf looking languid before an insistent wrap up. 

Be that as it may, the genuine proof of City's strength, of the phenomenal amicability of administrative vision and the players accessible (anyway they may have been procured) came in the last stages. The unnecessary punishment had given United a chance to over into the diversion, and raised recollections of how City had wasted a 2-0 lead in the derby last season to lose 3-2. In any case, City, after a few anxious minutes, declined to be spooky. Their reaction was to end the diversion as they had started it, with a triumphant articulation of their rationality. 

The conclusive objective was no quick counter, hitting the space behind an overcommitted United. It pursued a sublime 44-pass move, a song of guardiolisme.


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