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first_imgChelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri praised Callum Hudson-Odoi’s maturity after the teenager’s performance against Tottenham in the Carabao Cup.Hudson-Odoi, 18, is linked with a move to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, but started in his side’s 1-0 loss to Spurs in the first leg at Wembley on Tuesday.Sarri was happy with the attacker’s performance and said Hudson-Odoi had shown no signs of being distracted by the transfer speculation. 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? “Odoi in the last week has been very normal. I have seen him every day in training, he has been really very normal,” he told a news conference.”He is improving, in the last match he played very well and also today I think a very good match.”He played like a player of 25 or 26 years, I think – very good match of application, very good in the defensive phase, very, very good.”He was completely normal in this period. I don’t know, maybe he doesn’t read anything.”Harry Kane’s first-half penalty settled the first leg, with Chelsea to host Spurs in the second match on January 24.Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn…!  pic.twitter.com/2UvjiOs6xQ — Callum Hudson-Odoi (@Calteck10) January 8, 2019 But Sarri said his team deserved better, labelling their performance “one of the most important” of the season.”I think we deserved more. In this match we played better than the opponents,” he said.”We were in control of the match, we defended very well against opponents who are very dangerous in the offensive phase, I think we deserved more.”We played about 70 balls in the opposing box against 11 balls from Tottenham in our box, 18 shots against seven, five goal opportunities against two, so we deserved more.”I am really disappointed with the result but I am happy with the performance. In my opinion this one is one of the most important performances of my team in the season.”Chelsea sit fourth in the Premier League table, 10 points back of leaders Liverpool.  Sarri’s side will face both Newcastle and Arsenal in league play before the return leg against Spurs at Stamford Bridge on January 22.last_img read more

“We will never guarantee the right to health and end the AIDS epidemic if we exclude people,” said the Executive Director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Michel Sidibé. “However, huge structural barriers stand in the way of the health and well-being of millions.”This year’s Zero Discrimination Day campaign invites people to ask themselves ‘what if’ questions to reflect upon their everyday actions, such as: What if the person you bought your vegetables from was living with HIV? Would you buy tomatoes from him? What if your neighbour had tuberculosis? Would you stop to chat?UNAIDS says no one should ever be discriminated against because of their HIV status, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, language, geographical location or migrant status, or for any other reason.Discrimination is often based on misinformation or fear of the unknown, the agency says, warning that allowing discrimination to continue is not only wrong, it is bad for communities, bad for the economy and bad for the future.Ending discrimination requires action from everyone. Zero Discrimination Day is an opportunity to highlight how everyone can be a part of the transformation and take a stand towards a more fair and just society, UNAIDS says.Zero Discrimination Day is annually observed on 1 March. read more