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first_imgJordan Ayew scored his eighth Premier League goal of the season on Saturday, marking his best ever tally in the English top flight.Ayew found the net in the 28th minute of Crystal Palace’s crucial game against Watford.The goal came from Palace’s first shot on target and stemmed a good start from the visitors.It was a great goal from Ayew who, after finding some space on the edge of the Hornets’ penalty area, received a pass from James McArthur, and curled a brilliant finish into the top corner.It was Jordan’s second in the space of a week, having scored the winner for Palace last weekend against Brighton.With nine matches still to go for Palace, Jordan has equalled his best-ever goalscoring tally in the English top-flight and could finally surpass the tally.8 not outThe forward has scored seven goals in the Premier League twice before – for Aston Villa and for Swansea.He scored seven goals in his first season in the Premier League with Villa before netting once in the 2016-17 season while at Swansea.The next season he scored seven more for the Welsh club.He earned a loan move to Palace after Swansea went down to the Championship but endured a difficult goalscoring season, finding the net just once in 20 appearances.However, this season he has already scored nine times in 28 starts, including today’s strike.He has already scored home and away against both Arsenal and West Ham and at Old Trafford against Manchester United as well.Jordan Ayew’s career in the Premier League2015-16 – 30 appearances – 7 goals (Aston Villa)2016-17 – 14 appearances – 1 goal (Swansea)2017-18 – 36 appearances – 7 goals (Swansea)2018-19 – 20 appearances – 1 goal (Crystal Palace [loan])2019-20 – 28 appearances – 8 goals (Crystal Palace) – **current seasonGames Ayew has scored in this seasonMan United 1-2 Crystal PalaceAston Villa 0-1 Crystal PalaceWest Ham 1-2 Crystal PalaceArsenal 2-2 Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace 2-1 West HamCrystal Palace 1-1 ArsenalBrighton 0-1 Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace 1-0 WatfordAyew and Crystal Palace’s remaining Premier League gamesSaturday 14 March 2020 – vs Bournemouth (A)Saturday 21 March 2020 – vs Liverpool (A)Saturday 4 April 2020 – vs Burnley (H)Saturday 11 April 2020 – vs Leicester City (A)Saturday 18 April 2020 – vs Chelsea (H)Monday 27 April 2020 – vs Aston Villa (A)Saturday 2 May 2020 – vs Manchester United (H)Saturday 9 May 2020 – vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)Sunday 17 May 2020 – vs Tottenham Hotspur (H)last_img read more

first_img Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) How running shoes change your feetHumans might have been born to run, but we definitely weren’t born to run on concrete. To cushion the blow from jogging on such hard surfaces, running shoes provide a barrier of springy foam between the road and our sensitive feet. But even as shoes have grown more advanced, the rate of running injuries hasn’t dipped for the last 40 years. That makes some researchers—and runners—suspect that the shoes might be doing more harm than good. Now, a new study tests that claim.First mirror image molecule spotted in interstellar space Email Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! 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Researchers have spotted the first evidence of a chiral molecule—a molecule with two mirror image “twins”—in interstellar space. The molecule, used on modern-day Earth to make polyethylene plastics, was found in a gas cloud about 28,000 light-years away from our planet. And though it isn’t directly involved in biochemical reactions, it may shed light on how the chiral molecules that ultimately led to life on Earth formed in the first place.LIGO detects another black hole crashThe biggest discovery in science this year—the observation of ripples in space-time called gravitational waves—was no fluke. For a second time, physicists working with the two massive detectors in the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) have detected a pulse of such waves, the LIGO team reported this week. Once again the waves emanated from the merger of two black holes, the ultraintense gravitational fields left behind when massive stars collapse into infinitesimal points. The new observation suggests that after fine-tuning, LIGO will spot dozens or even hundreds of the otherwise undetectable events each year.This is what city living does to birdsCity life is notoriously stressful, altering hormone levels and taking its toll on the immune system. Now, new research in birds suggests it might accelerate the aging process as well. Great tit chicks raised in urban settings had shorter telomeres than those raised in the country. Telomere length is thought to reflect cellular aging and their degradation over time may play a role in age-related problems. It’s unclear how widespread this phenomenon is, but shorter telomeres may mean a shorter life expectancy for all city life, including humans. Tumors have found a bloody new way to grow and spreadScientists have long known that tumors trigger a process called angiogenesis, which creates new blood vessels that supply the tumor with essential nutrients and oxygen. Yet, some researchers think the tumor cells also create their own blood-delivery tubes in a process known as vasculogenic mimicry. If true, then targeting these DIY blood vessels built out of the tumor’s own cells may be a new treatment option for some cancers.Now that you’ve got the scoop on this week’s hottest Science news, come back Monday to test your smarts on our weekly quiz!last_img read more