UEFA Champions League finalen 2010

UEFA Champions League finalen 2010 var en fodboldkamp der blev spillet den 22. maj 2010. Kampen blev spillet på Santiago Bernabéu i Madrid, og skulle finde vinderen af UEFA Champions League 2009-10. De deltagende hold var tyske Bayern München og italienske Inter Milano metal water jug. Kampen blev vundet af Inter med 2-0, der sikrede sig The Treble for første gang i klubbens historie, og første gang for en italiensk klub. Forinden havde klubben i samme sæson vundet Serie A og Coppa Italia.

Det var Inters tredje sejr i turneringen, og deres første siden 1965, ligesom det var deres første finale i den største europæiske holdturneringen siden 1972, hvor de tabte til Ajax Amsterdam. Bayern München havde seneste vundet UEFA Champions League i 2001 hvor de besejrede Valencia. Dette var også første gang siden 2002 at der var tysk deltagelse i finalen, da Bayer Leverkusen tabte til Real Madrid. Finalen var også den første hvor der ikke var et engelsk hold som deltager, siden 2004 hvor AS Monaco tabte til FC Porto. Santiago Bernabéu havde tre gange tidligere lagt græs til en Champions League-finale, da der også blev spillet i Madrid i 1957, 1969 og 1980 bpa free plastic water bottles. Det var den første finale i turneringens historie der blev spillet på en lørdag, da alle foregående var afholdt om onsdagen.

Kampen blev ledet af den engelske dommer Howard Webb.

Foran 73.170 tilskuere tog Inter føringen i det 35. minut, da argentineren Diego Milito scorede kampens første mål case waterproof. Efter 70 minutter øgede Milito til 2-0, som også blev kampens resultat running belt india.

Inter-spillerne Milito blev af UEFA kåret til kampens bedste spiller, og Wesley Sneijder blev af fansene kåret til den bedste. Inters træner José Mourinho meddelte efter kampen at han forlod klubben, da han ville prøve at vinde Champions League med tre forskellige klubber. Han havde i 2004 vundet trofæet med FC Porto.

UEFA Kampens bedste spiller:
Diego Milito (Inter)
Fans’ Kampens bedste spiller:
Wesley Sneijder (Inter)

Linjedommere:
Mike Mullarkey (England)
Darren Cann (England)
Fjerde dommer:
Martin Atkinson (England)
Reserve dommer:
Peter Kirkup (England)


The Hills Run Red (1966 film)

The Hills Run Red (Italian: Un Fiume di dollari, lit. “A River of Dollars”) is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Carlo Lizzani under the pseudonym of “Lee W. Beaver”. The film stars Thomas Hunter in the heroic lead role, along with veteran American actors Henry Silva and Dan Duryea.

In the aftermath of the American Civil War Rose Tennis Bracelet, two rebel Texans are seen fleeing toward the Mexican border in a wagon, having made off with a huge sum of money stolen from the United States government. Just before reaching the safety of foreign soil they are intercepted by a U.S. army patrol. As the mounted soldiers close in, the men draw cards to decide who will stay on the wagon and draw the pursuit, and who will jump off with the loot and escape, keeping the other man’s share safe until he can claim it. Ken Seagull (Nando Gazzolo) wins the draw, jumps off and successfully hides. Jerry Brewster (Thomas Hunter) crashes the wagon, is apprehended by the troopers, and is sent to a military prison.

Five years later, Brewster is released and returns home to reunite with his wife and son. He finds his house deserted and in ruins, but discovers his wife’s journal football socks ireland, which tells him that Seagull not only gave her no aid, but told her nothing of the money or the fact that her husband was alive. Maddened by the betrayal, the unarmed Brewster immediately finds himself under gunfire: Seagull has learned of his release and sent men to get him out of the way once and for all. Running into the barn for cover, Brewster finds a mysterious stranger (Dan Duryea) who throws him a weapon with which Brewster kills his attackers. His benefactor waterproof dry bag for phones cameras & more, who introduces himself as Winnie Getz, offers to tell Seagull that, while Brewster killed the hired gunmen, Getz himself finished their job and killed their target. The seemingly homeless Getz says he hopes to parlay that false intelligence into a steady job with Seagull.

Getz goes on ahead, while Brewster (now using the name Jim Houston) follows on his quest for vengeance. Brewster soon learns that Seagull, now known as Ken Milton, has used his wealth to acquire a ranch and the services of vicious killer Garcia Mendez (Henry Silva), with whose help he has expanded his holdings by terrorizing other landowners. Brewster also learns that Seagull killed his wife, but finds his young son alive and living nearby as an orphan. The man called Houston gets a job with Mendez (while managing to stay out of sight of his employer “Milton”) and, with Getz’s help, proceeds to play a double game wherein he rides with Mendez and his killers, but secretly aids their intended victims.

Eventually Brewster, with the help of his son and the surprisingly loyal Getz, confronts and kills Mendez and his men, and eventually Seagull bpa free plastic water bottles. Afterward Getz reveals himself to be a government agent who had been on Seagull/Milton’s trail all along. The government restores all property to its rightful owners, but Getz assures the authorities that the ex-convict Brewster was indeed murdered in the ambush at the empty house, freeing “Houston” to begin a new life with his son.

Sandow (film)

Sandow is a series of three 1894 silent short actuality films by the Edison Studios featuring bodybuilder Eugen Sandow, directed by William K.L. Dickson. The series is considered a historically significant early film series.

Promoter Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. found that the audience was more fascinated by Sandow’s bulging muscles than by the amount of weight he was lifting, so Ziegfeld had Sandow perform poses which he dubbed “muscle display performances”. glass water bottle camelbak.. and the legendary strongman added these displays in addition to performing his feats of strength with barbells. He added chain-around-the-chest breaking and other colorful displays to Sandow’s routine. Sandow quickly became Ziegfeld’s first star.

In 1894, Sandow featured in a short film by the Edison Studios. The film was of only part of the show and features him flexing his muscles rather than performing any feats of physical strength. While the content of the film reflects the audience attention being primarily focused on his appearance it made use of the unique capacities of the new medium. Film theorists have attributed the appeal being the striking image of a detailed image moving in synchrony, much like the example of the Lumière brothers’ Repas de bébé where audiences were reportedly more impressed by the movement of trees swaying in the background than the events taking place in the foreground bpa free plastic water bottles. In 1894, he appeared in a short Kinetoscope film that was part of the first commercial motion picture exhibition in history.