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Ramos happy to take penalty duties from Ronaldo

first_imgReal Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is delighted to have penalty-taking responsibilities after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.Ramos is on spot-kick duties for Madrid after Ronaldo left the LaLiga giants for Juventus in July.AdChoices广告The defender has already scored 10 goals this season – his equal most in a campaign – and said it was nice to replace Ronaldo, while adding he never wanted to offend when he opts for the ‘Panenka’ from the spot. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? “I’ve taken on the role after Cristiano’s departure and I’m delighted to do so,” Ramos told Antena 3.”It [the ‘Panenka’] is a way to take them, but I never want to offend a colleague.”Madrid are preparing for a big few weeks, including a Copa del Rey semi-final and league clash against Barcelona, a meeting with Atletico Madrid and Champions League tie against Ajax.A BIG month ahead for @RealMadrid!#RMClasico x2#RMDerbi x1 Return to the Champions Leaguehttps://t.co/XyytJh74oq pic.twitter.com/7OOvz2VXEu— Real Madrid C.F.  (@realmadriden) February 4, 2019Ramos said it would be a huge month for Madrid, who are third in LaLiga and eight points behind Barca.”We are facing Barcelona, who are the leaders in LaLiga, and our rivals in the cup,” he said.”We also have the derby with Atletico in LaLiga.”The first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final is on Wednesday.last_img read more

Police investigate theory abducted boy was getting scolded by a parent

first_imgOne, he said, is that the incident is “exactly as portrayed and reported and that a child has been abducted from the roadside”.The second, he added, is that the adult seen bundling the child into a black van was a relative or guardian and that they were involved in some kind of row with the boy.Det Supt Edwards said: “The second theory we are operating, again this a heartfelt plea for anyone who may have information in support of it, if you were at that location and involved in an incident on Thursday with your own child or a child that you are connected to, we would urge you to come forward and make contact immediately so we can scale the investigation back and offer messages of reassurance to the public.” Police investigating the suspected kidnapping of a child are exploring a second theory – that the boy was being told off by a parent.Surrey Police launched a massive investigation after receiving reports that a young boy, aged around six or seven, was forced into a black van against his will.But since the alleged incident, in Redhill on Thursday afternoon, they have not received any reports of missing children.Detective Superintendent Chris Edwards admitted they are working on two theories. Det Supt Chris Edwards has said that police are investigating two theories Det Supt Chris Edwards has said that police are investigating two theoriesCredit:PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img Det Supt Edwards insisted that he has complete faith in the witness’s account of what they had seen despite the fact that nobody else has come forward to say they also saw the incident.He said the witness was credible and that he had been spoken to more than once, but they have no idea if the ‘abductor’ was male or female.He said that the child was forced against their will into the van but added that there had not been a struggle.Police have had 130 calls from the public about the incident so far and continue to appeal for witnesses to come forward. The bike was found in Redhill, Surrey, but was later said to have been ‘kicking around for a couple of days’ The bike was found in Redhill, Surrey, but was later said to have been ‘kicking around for a couple of days’Credit: Surrey Policelast_img read more