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Professional skier Lindsey Vonn leaned on her boyfriend Tiger Woods to help her get through her injuries.

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The couple of two years were each injured over the same time and the experience helped bring them together.
“He’s been through a lot of injuries and so have I,” Vonn told Seth Meyers. “We were kind of injured around the same time and it was nice to just be in the gym with someone that knew what you were going through. We kinda just pushed each other back to health.”
The 30-year-old and her golfer beau may have bonded over their shared love of sports, but Vonn admitted she’s not the biggest golf fan.
“Do you like watching golf?” Meyers asked Vonn, who awkwardly looked around unsure how to answer. She eventually responded in a sarcastic tone, “I love golf!”
“You’re a very good girlfriend,” Meyers then said. And Vonn agreed.

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Champions League: Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich draw Barcelona

Bayern Munich put in a devastating first-half performance to overcome a first-leg deficit and beat Porto to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

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Needing a 2-0 win, Bayern were level on aggregate within 22 minutes thanks to Thiago and Jerome Boateng headers.
Robert Lewandowksi put them further ahead and Thomas Muller drove home for 4-0 before Lewandowski added a second.
Jackson Martinez gave Porto some hope, but Ivan Marcano was sent off, with Xabi Alonso scoring from the free-kick.
The result was a boost to the reputation of Bayern boss Pep Guardiola, who was in danger of suffering a Champions League humbling for a second consecutive season.
Since the Spaniard took over the reigning European champions from Jupp Heynckes in 2013, they have dominated in the Bundesliga, losing only four of 63 games.
But they were were beaten 5-0 on aggregate by Real Madrid in last year’s semi-finals and looked like they might struggle even to reach that stage this time following a 3-1 first-leg defeat in Portugal.
Guardiola had reached the Champions League last four in all five seasons as a coach of Barcelona and the German club.
And Bayern – chasing a second treble in three years – were confident of making it six. Captain Philipp Lahm was “utterly convinced” the Bavarians would qualify, although Muller warned “everyone just piling forward would be suicide”.
But, in effect, that is exactly what they did.
Bayern attacked from the first whistle and Lewandowski had hit a post before Thiago headed home Juan Bernat’s cross to open the scoring within 14 minutes.

Professional skier Lindsey Vonn leaned on her boyfriend Tiger Woods to help her get through her injuries.

Lindsey Vonn 589
The couple of two years were each injured over the same time and the experience helped bring them together.
“He’s been through a lot of injuries and so have I,” Vonn told Seth Meyers. “We were kind of injured around the same time and it was nice to just be in the gym with someone that knew what you were going through. We kinda just pushed each other back to health.”
The 30-year-old and her golfer beau may have bonded over their shared love of sports, but Vonn admitted she’s not the biggest golf fan.
“Do you like watching golf?” Meyers asked Vonn, who awkwardly looked around unsure how to answer. She eventually responded in a sarcastic tone, “I love golf!”
“You’re a very good girlfriend,” Meyers then said. And Vonn agreed.

ChamPion_L

Champions League: Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich draw Barcelona

Bayern Munich put in a devastating first-half performance to overcome a first-leg deficit and beat Porto to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

_8_boateng
Needing a 2-0 win, Bayern were level on aggregate within 22 minutes thanks to Thiago and Jerome Boateng headers.
Robert Lewandowksi put them further ahead and Thomas Muller drove home for 4-0 before Lewandowski added a second.
Jackson Martinez gave Porto some hope, but Ivan Marcano was sent off, with Xabi Alonso scoring from the free-kick.
The result was a boost to the reputation of Bayern boss Pep Guardiola, who was in danger of suffering a Champions League humbling for a second consecutive season.
Since the Spaniard took over the reigning European champions from Jupp Heynckes in 2013, they have dominated in the Bundesliga, losing only four of 63 games.
But they were were beaten 5-0 on aggregate by Real Madrid in last year’s semi-finals and looked like they might struggle even to reach that stage this time following a 3-1 first-leg defeat in Portugal.
Guardiola had reached the Champions League last four in all five seasons as a coach of Barcelona and the German club.
And Bayern – chasing a second treble in three years – were confident of making it six. Captain Philipp Lahm was “utterly convinced” the Bavarians would qualify, although Muller warned “everyone just piling forward would be suicide”.
But, in effect, that is exactly what they did.
Bayern attacked from the first whistle and Lewandowski had hit a post before Thiago headed home Juan Bernat’s cross to open the scoring within 14 minutes.

Professional skier Lindsey Vonn leaned on her boyfriend Tiger Woods to help her get through her injuries.

Lindsey Vonn 589
The couple of two years were each injured over the same time and the experience helped bring them together.
“He’s been through a lot of injuries and so have I,” Vonn told Seth Meyers. “We were kind of injured around the same time and it was nice to just be in the gym with someone that knew what you were going through. We kinda just pushed each other back to health.”
The 30-year-old and her golfer beau may have bonded over their shared love of sports, but Vonn admitted she’s not the biggest golf fan.
“Do you like watching golf?” Meyers asked Vonn, who awkwardly looked around unsure how to answer. She eventually responded in a sarcastic tone, “I love golf!”
“You’re a very good girlfriend,” Meyers then said. And Vonn agreed.

ChamPion_L

Champions League: Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich draw Barcelona

Bayern Munich put in a devastating first-half performance to overcome a first-leg deficit and beat Porto to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

_8_boateng
Needing a 2-0 win, Bayern were level on aggregate within 22 minutes thanks to Thiago and Jerome Boateng headers.
Robert Lewandowksi put them further ahead and Thomas Muller drove home for 4-0 before Lewandowski added a second.
Jackson Martinez gave Porto some hope, but Ivan Marcano was sent off, with Xabi Alonso scoring from the free-kick.
The result was a boost to the reputation of Bayern boss Pep Guardiola, who was in danger of suffering a Champions League humbling for a second consecutive season.
Since the Spaniard took over the reigning European champions from Jupp Heynckes in 2013, they have dominated in the Bundesliga, losing only four of 63 games.
But they were were beaten 5-0 on aggregate by Real Madrid in last year’s semi-finals and looked like they might struggle even to reach that stage this time following a 3-1 first-leg defeat in Portugal.
Guardiola had reached the Champions League last four in all five seasons as a coach of Barcelona and the German club.
And Bayern – chasing a second treble in three years – were confident of making it six. Captain Philipp Lahm was “utterly convinced” the Bavarians would qualify, although Muller warned “everyone just piling forward would be suicide”.
But, in effect, that is exactly what they did.
Bayern attacked from the first whistle and Lewandowski had hit a post before Thiago headed home Juan Bernat’s cross to open the scoring within 14 minutes.

  • Livia Reply
    2 years ago

    Your’s is the inlgtlieent approach to this issue.

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