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GUANGZHOU, March 14 (Xinhua) -- Two-time champions Guangzhou Evergrande were held to a 1-1 draw by Japan's Kawasaki Frontale in AFC Champions league Group G here on Wednesday.


Brazilian striker Alan opened the scoring for Guangzhou in the 26th minute, slotting the ball into the bottom corner after Goulart's accurate pass from left side of the box.


Guangzhou had chances to increase their lead. But Yu Hanchao was denied twice by the keeper and the bar in the 28th and 30th minute.


The Japanese side dominated the second half. Yu's handball in the 92nd minute gifted Kawasaki a penalty. Yu Kobayashi converted it easily and made the final score 1-1.


"Our target was to get three points, it was a pity we couldn't get the result we wanted, but the players did their best," Kawasaki coach Oniki Toru said at the post-match press conference.


"Normally we could score two or three goals to win the match in such an occasion like tonight, but unfortunately we couldn't score even one more goal to clinch the victory," Guangzhou's coach Luiz Scolari said.

Vasek Pospisil of Canada reaches for a backhand return to Scotland's Andy Murray at the ATP Indian Wells Masters on Saturday. Photo: IC

World No.1 Andy Murray crashed out of the ATP Indian Wells Masters on Saturday
, toppled in straight sets by 129th-ranked Canadian qualifier Vasek Pospisil.


"I felt like I had the ability to do it, but going through it is another thing," Pospisil, a former Wimbledon doubles champion, said after notching the biggest singles win of his career, 6-4, 7-6 (75).


"I just tried to stay composed."


Murray, coming off his first title of 2017 at Dubai, was again brought up short in Indian Wells, where his best showing is a 2009 runner-up finish to Rafael Nadal.


He was at a loss to explain his erratic results in the California desert.


"I don't know exactly why it is, because in practice here normally I play pretty well," the Scot said.


"And then some years I played well. Some years it just hasn't quite happened for me."


Murray was particularly disappointed to have dropped the first set after twice going up a break.


But a lackluster service -effort, including seven double faults, spelled disaster in the face of Pospisil's aggressive attack.


The 26-year-old Canadian had the Stadium Court crowd solidly behind him as he battled at the net.


Trailing 4-2 in the first set, Pospisil won six straight games as he went up a break in the second before Murray broke back to knot the score at 2-2.


They went with serve to the tiebreaker, in which Murray's double fault gave Pospisil a 3-1 lead. Murray saved one match point with a service winner before holding off Pospisil on two more on the Canadian's serve.


But Pospisil finally put it away with a forehand winner.


"I started a little bit kind of tentative, just trying to get into the match," Pospisil said.


"I felt like I was playing better as the match was going on."


Murray, who endured a disappointing fourth-round exit at the Australian Open, was left to regroup before the fast-approaching Miami Masters.


Pospisil, meanwhile, was looking ahead to a meeting with Serbian qualifier Dusan Lajovic, a 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (72) winner over Spain's Feliciano Lopez.


French seventh seed Jo--Wilfried Tsonga also fell at the first hurdle, stunned 7-6 (74), 3-6, 6-4 by Italy's Fabio Fognini.


Fognini, ranked 43rd in the world, notched his first win over eighth-ranked Tsonga in five career meetings.


He also ended the Frenchman's nine-match winning streak that had seen him lift trophies in Rotterdam and Marseille.


Third-seeded Swiss Stan Wawrinka advanced without incident, downing Italian Paolo Lorenzi 6-3, 6-4 to set up a third-round meeting with Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber, who was trailing 6-7 (37), 1-1 when Alexandr Dolgopolov retired from their match.


Eighth-seeded Austrian Dominic Thiem also advanced on cue, easing past France's Jeremy Chardy 6-2, 6-4 while Japanese lucky loser Yoshihito Nishioka upset 19th-seeded Ivo Karlovic 6-4, 6-3.

Premium bird food for your pets

Posted by aimewolf on November 26th, 2015


Animals deserve the same respect as humans and you have to take care of their needs as best as you can. This is one of the reasons why you have to focus on making the best choices so you can ensure a proper environment where they will thrive. What are the options you have at hand when it comes to taking care of your little feathered friends?


Birds are animals as well and they can make a home happier due to the tunes you will hear all day long. Even if they fill the house with joy, they do not need to explore every corner for this. All they need is a little spot where they will blossom, but you have to create the right environment for them. The first step you must take is with bird cages.


Even if they are little in size, they still need quite a bit of room so they can move around and spread their wings. If you want to choose the right bird cages, you have to focus on the size of the animal first. If you have a small bird such as a lorikeet, you will need a small cage. If you have a large cockatoo, you will need to use extra large cages.


Once you know the size, you also need to focus on the accessories you will use in the bird cages. The first thing they will need is a swing where they will be able to stay and rest as well. You can also try a wide range of toys that will help them enjoy their time better, but you can also add a house or a treat holder that will make the cage more special.


If you are done with the entertainment, you also need to focus on the nutrition. Birds do not feed on fun alone and they need a wide range of feeders where they will be able to enjoy the seeds and the water they need to grow. If you want to be sure your pet will grow healthy and .
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