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UEFA Champions League RESULTS: Leicester, Real Madrid and more

Posted in Trending Topics on 19th October 2016

UEFA Champions League RESULTS: Leicester, Real Madrid and more

But make sure you check back tomorrow where we will have live coverage of Barcelona vs Manchester City and Arsenal vs Ludogorets, plus the rest of the action.

All of tonight’s post-match reaction is to come on the homepage but that’s all from me. Cheerio.

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Five goals for Real Madrid and not a Cristiano Ronaldo among them. Alvaro Morata grabbed the final goal in their 5-1 win over Legia Warsaw.

There was late drama in Bruges too where Andre Silva’s stoppage time penalty gave Porto a dramatic 2-1 win.

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Spurs are hanging on, making a final change as Son Heung-min is replaced by Josh Onomah in stoppage time.

What a save from Schmeichel! Andreas Cornelius looks certain to score after connecting with a low Santander cross, but the Leicester stopper dives to his right to make a crucial stop in the final minute.

Leicester are closing in on tree points as they make a second change with two minutes to play, Leonardo Ulloa coming on for Slimani. The Foxes stick with two up top despite the late Copenhagen pressure.

As Bayer ramp up the pressure on Spurs again, there’s been another big goal elsewhere in this group as Monaco have equalised at CSKA Moscow. Bernardo Silva pouncing with just three minutes left.

Chance for Copenhagen! A cross in the box finds Santander but he ca not keep his header down as he nods over the crossbar.

Five minutes left at the King Power Stadium as Claudio Ranieri makes his first change with Jamie Vardy going off to a loud ovation as he is replaced by Shinji Okazaki.

It is been an open game this, certainly better value than the damp squib on show at Anfield last night. Spurs have found an attacking edge having weathered that attacking Bayer storm, but it is still an even game and both sides will still be keen to find a winner.

My money is still on the home side though as Kiessling clumsily bundles a near post cross from Kevin Kampl wide.

Copenhagen are finding a second wind against Leicester who are still yet to make a substitution. In truth this game should already be as good as over with Slimani having had a strike controversially ruled out. But heading into the final 10 minutes the Danish side sniff an equaliser…

Bruno Cesar has pulled a goal back for Sporting Lisbon as they trail Borussia Dortmund 2-1, while Lucas Vazquez has made it 4-1 to Real Madrid against Legia Warsaw. Miguel Layun has equalised for Porto at Club Bruges.

Juan Cuadrado has given Juventus the lead at Lyon after firing home at the near post from a very tight angle.

It”s hard to keep up with the volume of Bayer chances in this half. Omer Toprak has already had a free header directed straight at Lloris, and now the Bayer star fires a half-volley wide following another failed Tottenham attempt to clear a corner.

Spurs are very fortunate to still be level as Stefan Kiessling fires wide of the near post from inside the box.

The German side wo not keep missing as Moussa Sissoko comes on for Erik Lamela.

‘Madrid police say they detained seven Legia Warsaw fans after disturbances outside of the Santiago Bernabeu in the build-up to tonight’s game.

‘The Polish club have already been told to play their next Champions League game against Real Madrid behind closed doors after crowd trouble marred their last Champions League home game against Borussia Dortmund in September.

‘On the pitch Madrid still lead 3-1 although it’s not Ronaldo’s night so far and he has just been booked.’

Leicester City have the ball in the Copenhagen net as Islam Slimani converts Jamie Vardy’s low cross, but the strike is ruled out for offside – replays show that is quite a harsh decision.

In an attempt to weather this Bayer storm, Mauricio Pochettino throws on Mousa Dembele in place of Janssen.

Here is how Lloris has kept Spurs level in Germany:

At least Leicester City found their feet in this second period. Riyad Mahrez’s fine along the penalty box results with the forward shooting across goal, only for a defender to make a crucial interception.

Spurs really ca not complain if they fall behind now – it is all Bayer! Admir Mehmedi’s low 20-yard strike forces Lloris to once again leap low to his right to push the ball behind.

Backs to the wall for Spurs, it is been a terrific opening to the second half from Leverkusen. Lloris is again to the rescue as he pushes a 25-yard free-kick from Charles Aranguiz wide, before the Spurs defence clear off the line and divert a shot over the crossbar following a corner.

It seems both the Premier League sides are struggling at the start of the second half. As Bayer put the pressure on Tottenham, Copenhagen are too pressing for an equaliser at the King Power Stadium.

Bayer are inches away from taking the lead – maybe even millimeters… it may even be over the line!

Hernandez gets on the end of a low cross into the Tottenham box, but Lloris scampers across his line to JUST keep the ball out.

Now it is Bayer Leverkusen’s turn to have a goal ruled out following Vincent Janssen’s earlier effort, but despite the home side rolling the ball into an empty net, Javier Hernandez had been penalised for tripping Hugo Lloris.

Julian Baumgartlinger has replaced Hakan Calhanoglu at the break for Bayer Leverkusen.

A couple of goal updates to bring you. Samir Nasri has opened the scoring for Sevilla at Dinamo Zagreb while Julian Weigl has doubled Borussia Dortmund’s lead at Sporting Lisbon.

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It is not been all Spurs though, Javier Hernandez firing wide with a low effort that Hugo Lloris always had covered.

It is not been a livly night for the former Manchester United striker so far.

So close to an equaliser! A corner finds Andreas Cornelius, but the Cardiff City flop powers a header across goal and narrowly wide across the post.

Forget Leicester’s domestic struggles, they are flying in Europe! Riyad Mahrez gives the Foxes the lead five minutes before the break after his clever flicked finish from close range comes following a knock on from Slimani.

Close from Spurs! Vincent Janssen hits the bar with a header, while Erik Lamela’s volleyed rebound is well tipped over by Bernd Leno.

From Sportsmail’s Pete Jenson:

‘Football for fun in Madrid. Real look like scoring every time they attack and Legia have already hit a post and scored a penalty. And now Asensio puts the home team 3-1 up.’

A big goal elsewhere in this group as CSKA Moscow have taken the lead against Monaco though Lacina Tarore – who is on loan from Monaco.

Meanwhile in France Alexandre Lacazette has seen a penalty saved by Juventus stopper Gianluigi Buffon.

Leicester are not finding it easy to create chances at the King Power. Jamie Vardy manages to get to the left byline to put in a cross, but he fails to pick out Islam Slimani inside the box as Olsen takes comfortably.

Great chance for Spurs! Good play picks out Kieran Trippier on the right, whose quality cross into the centre is powerfully headed wide by Dele Alli.

The Spurs midfielder perhaps could have done better, and judging by Mauricio Pochettino’s frustrated reaction on the touchline, he knows it too.

Leicester City are also starting to display authority over Copenhagen, where rain is also falling heavily.

It should make any player more cautious on the sliding challenge but that does not stop Santander from clattering into Danny Drinkwater.

Tottenham still have more of the ball and are now starting to find gaps in the Bayer Leverkusen defence as they take control of this first period. Only a poor Delle Alli pass fails to release Janssen in goal.

Make that 2-0 to Real Madrid, as Karim Benzema’s cut-back for Marcelo results in his low strike deflecting in at the near post. That’s game over at the Bernabeu then…

…except Legia Warsaw win a penalty moments later and Miroslav Radovic pulls a goal back from the spot.

Gareth Bale has fired Real Madrid ahead against Legia Warsaw after cutting inside from the right and firing low across goal.

Meanwhile Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has fired Borussia Dortmund ahead at Sporting Lisbon while a Jelle Vossen effort has put Club Bruges ahead against Porto.

Vincent Janssen has the ball in the net! Too good to be true, Spurs fans? You are damn right it is. It is correctly ruled out for offside and it denies the Dutch striker his first Tottenham goal against major opposition – no disrespect to Gillingham.

‘The relentless rain has driven Mauricio Pochettino from the touchline and into the shelter of the dug-out. Leverkusen boss Roger Schmidt is toughing it out in his suit and trainers.’

Spurs are seeing plenty of the ball but it is all inside their own half. They are being heavily pressed by Bayer Leverkusen who force an error as Hugo Lloris’s pass out falls short of Danny Rose, but the resulting cross is taken by the French keeper.

Curiously, Leicester City break and in trademark fashion try to pick out Jamie Vardy with a long ball over the top. Copenhagen have done their homework though, and Robin Olsen is quickly out his goal to make the interception.

Kasper Schmeichel is called into action in the Leicester City goal, blocking a shot at the near post from Federico Santander. You could always bank on the Foxes keeper keeping that out though… I will get my coat.

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Someone has smuggled a few flares in at Leicester City among the away fans in the corner It is a packed house at the King Power Stadium – a fabulous atmosphere too.

‘Bayer Leverkusen fans boo Son Heung-min’s name when it is read out before kick-off. Son left under a cloud for Spurs last year but was hoping for a warm welcome and has promised not to celebrate if he scores.’

‘Teams out warming up at the rainy BayArena in Leverkusen, Spurs in their orange training tops, appropriate for Dutch striker Vincent Janssen who is back in the team.

‘Eric Dier starts in central defence as expected, with teenage defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on the bench.

‘Kevin Wimmer has travelled to Germany but is not even among the substitutes. Wimmer’s only appearance this season was in the EFL Cup against Gillingham.

‘Hopefully he’s enjoyed a trip back to the region where he used to play down the road, for Cologne.’

Real Madrid vs Legia WarsawReal Madrid: Navas, Marcelo, Varane, Pepe, Danilo, Rodriguez, Marco, Kroos, Ronaldo, Benzema, Bale.Subs: Casilla, Carvajal, Nacho, Kovacic, Lucas, Morata, Isco.Legia Warsaw: Malarz, Bereszynski, Czerwinski, Rzezniczak, Hlousek, Guilherme, Jodlowiec, Odjidja-Ofoe, Moulin, Kucharczyk, Radovic.Subs: Cierzniak, Dabrowski, Qazaishvili, Nikolic, Kopczynski, Hamalainen, Broz.Referee: Ruddy Buquet (France)

Lyon vs JuventusLyon: Lopes, Da Silva, Yanga-Mbiwa, N’Koulou, Diakhaby, Morel, Darder, Gonalons, Tolisso, Fekir, Lacazette.Subs: Gorgelin, Ghezzal, Ferri, Gaspar, Cornet, Valbuena, Tousart.Juventus: Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Evra, Dani Alves, Khedira, Lemina, Pjanic, Alex Sandro, Dybala, Higuain.Subs: Neto, Benatia, Cuadrado, Hernanes, Mattiello, Sturaro, Kean.Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland)

Sporting Lisbon vs Borussia DortmundSporting: Rui Patricio, Schelotto, Coates, Semedo, Zeegelaar, William Carvalho, Elias, Gelson Martins, Markovic, Bryan Ruiz, Dost.Subs: Beto, Campbell, Bruno Cesar, Paulo Oliveira, Andre Felipe, Ricardo Esgaio, Pereira.Borussia Dortmund: Burki, Ginter, Papastathopoulos, Bartra, Passlack, Weigl, Pulisic, Kagawa, Gotze, Dembele, Aubameyang.Subs: Weidenfeller, Sahin, Mor, Rode, Piszczek, Burnic, Bonmann.Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)

Dinamo Zagreb vs SevillaDinamo Zagreb: Livakovic, Stojanovic, Sigali, Schildenfeld, Sosa, Pavicic, Benkovic, Knezevic, Antolic, Soudani, Fernandes.Subs: Semper, de Sousa, Situm, Henriquez, Coric, Fiolic, Matel.Sevilla: Sergio Rico, Mercado, Rami, Pareja, Escudero, Mariano, Nzonzi, Nasri, Vitolo, Vietto, Vazquez.Subs: Sirigu, Kranevitter, Iborra, Ben Yedder, Kiyotake, Sarabia, Ganso.Referee: Michael Oliver (England)

CSKA Moscow vs MonacoCSKA Moscow: Akinfeev, Fernandes, Vasili Berezutski, Ignashevich, Schennikov, Tosic, Wernbloom, Bebras Natcho,Golovin, Ionov, Traore.Subs: Chepchugov, Alexsei Berezutski, Milanov, Nababkin, Strandberg, Gordyushenko.Monaco: Subasic, Sidibe, Glik, Jemerson, Raggi, Fabinho, Bakayoko, Joao Moutinho, Lemar, Germain, Bernardo Silva.Subs: De Sanctis, Carrillo, Mendy, Boschilia, Mbappe-Lottin, Diallo, N’Doram.Referee: Martin Strombergsson (Sweden)

Club Bruges vs PortoClub Bruges: Butelle, Poulain, Simons, Denswil, Van Rhijn, Pina, Claudemir, Limbombe, Vormer, Vanaken, Vossen.Subs: Teunckens, Wesley, Felipe Gedoz, Cools, Storm, Bolingoli Mbombo, Lemoine.Porto: Casillas, Layun, Felipe, Marcano, Alex Telles, Danilo Pereira, Torres, Herrera, Otavio, Andre Silva, Diogo Jota.Subs: Jose Sa, Maxi Pereira, Boly, Brahimi, Depoitre, Corona, Andre Andre.Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (Italy)

While Tottenham face a fight in the second half of this Champions League group stage, Leicester could play their remaining three games with their feet up.

Victory tonight would leave them with a 100 per cent record at the halfway stage, and one foot in the last-16.

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Bayer Leverkusen: Leno, Bender, Tah, Toprak, Henrichs, Mehmedi, Aranguiz, Kampl, Calhanoglu, Kiessling, Hernandez.Subs: Ozcan, Dragovic, Baumgartlinger, Jedvaj, Brandt, Havertz, Volland.

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Trippier, Dier, Vertonghen, Rose, Alli, Wanyama, Lamela, Eriksen, Son, Janssen.Subs: Vorm, Sissoko, Dembele, Onomah, Winks, Davies, Carter-Vickers.

Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)

Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, King, Drinkwater, Albrighton, Slimani, Vardy.Subs: Zieler, Hernandez, Musa, Amartey, Schlupp, Okazaki, Ulloa.

Copenhagen: Olsen, Ankersen, Jorgensen, Johansson, Augustinsson, Verbic, Kvist Jorgensen, Delaney, Toutouh, Santander, Cornelius.Subs: Andersen, Hogli, Antonsson, Gregus, Kusk, Pavlovic, Jensen.

Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)

After a surprise home defeat by Monaco to open up their Champions League campaign, Tottenham hit back with a win in CSKA Moscow and results elsewhere have left this group wide open.

A draw in Germany and victory for CSKA this evening would leave just one point separating all four sides at the halfway point.

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Having been thumped 3-0 at Chelsea on Saturday, Claudio Ranieri makes four changes to his side for their clash with Copenhagen.

Riyad Mahrez returns to the team along with Andy King, Islam Slimani and Danny Simpson as Ahmed Musa, Daniel Amartey, Jeff Schlupp and Luis Hernandez drop out the team.

Schmeichel, Fuchs, Huth, Morgan, Simpson, Albrighton, Drinkwater, King, Mahrez, Slimani, Vardy.

Legia, Navas, Pepe, Varane, Marcelo, Danilo, Kroos, James, Asensio, Bale, Ronaldo, Benzema.

Mauricio Pochettino makes four alterations to the Tottenham team that grabbed a 1-1 draw at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday in the Premier League.

Toby Alderweireld’s injury means he is replaced in defence by Eric Dier, while full-backs Kyle Walker and Ben Davies drop out the team in favour of Danny Rose and Kieran Trippier.

Son Heung-min comes back into the team against his former side as Moussa Sissoko drops out.

ADAM SHERGOLD: Walk through any town or city in Mexico and the face of Javier Hernandez is never too far away. He gazes down from billboards advertising telephone companies, banks, soft drinks, even bread.

The striker’s nickname – ‘Chicharito’ or ‘little pea’ – is emblazoned on the reverse of the green shirts of the Mexico team and, in what is a slightly bizarre sight, the red and black of Bayer Leverkusen.

It is solely because of the country’s young poster boy that Leverkusen have overnight become the second team of many Mexicans.

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That’s enough of ‘Dead Monday’ though. With eight matches and Europe’s elite on display things can only get better as the Champions League returns tonight, ca not it?

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Google searches omitted key US presidential candidates (update: bug)

Posted in Trending Topics on 28th July 2016

Google searches omitted key US presidential candidates (update: bug)

Google has a rich, unbiased source of information American elections so far, but it is obviously not perfect. NBC notes that certain searches for aspiring presidents (such as “presidential candidates” or “US presidential candidates”) not show major candidates in the list of active campaigns, including Republican nominee Donald Trump and pick Libertarian Gary Johnson. They have always included Bernie Sanders – strange when his party nominated Hillary Clinton

We have Google asked his opinion about what happened, and we will let you know if it was a reaction .. As it now , the problem can be solved by the time you read this, depending on the cards at all during the writing of this article will disappear. It is doubtful whether there is a sinister conspiracy here. indicate regular still results in the missing candidates, and Google have shown results for other hopefuls in the past. Most likely, it is a mistake – though it is one that definitely eyebrows light

Update: A Google spokesman Sure enough, tells us that this is the result of one. “Technical error.” They search code is only emphasize candidates engaged in an active primary election. Since Trump and Johnson already sewn their candidacy, she was wrongly excluded from the results. It is still strange that Sanders is included (only because the DNC is underway does not mean his campaign is active), but things are effectively back to normal. You can read the full statement below.

Election live: Sanders and Clinton deadlocked as Nevada caucuses results trickle in

Posted in Trending Topics on 21st February 2016

Election live: Sanders and Clinton deadlocked as Nevada caucuses results trickle in

the third round of the 2016 election begins with Democrats facing off in Nevada and Republicans try Trump catch in South Carolina

The third round of the 2016 election begins Democrats in the face stare off in Nevada and Republicans are trying to overtake Trump in South Carolina

Just a correction from earlier in the blog, I reported that Hillary Clinton has “all six” coin tosses in Iowa.

An eagle-eyed reader pointed out that this – which reached record from an article in the Des Moines – is not entirely accurate. According to the Washington Post:

Other news articles over the course of the day showed that Sanders won another elsewhere in the state; it was mainly those, it seems, that allegedly the state Democratic Party. We were never allowed to know how much coin toss there in total. But we can estimate how important it was. If Iowa County 11,000 delegates selected Monday finally compared to 1400 state deputies, implying that about eight County deputies equal to one at the state level. Clinton Iowa by four state-delegate equivalents, which means – according to my calculations – it would have taken to win 32 more coin flips to have been like Sanders who’s seated on the top

more . Over 40% of Nevada districts reporting, the race remains painfully near: Clinton 51.6% to 48.3% Sanders.

The former foreign minister seems to build a wider margin in the key Clark County, home to Las Vegas and most of Nevada’s population. But since the Nevada System split delegates – descend several districts to obscure valbylpot rules on a pack of cards – the state may prove to be no clear winner, as the Iowa caucuses earlier this month

. Democracy in action in Reno, Nevada, where supporters of Clinton and Sanders tries to lure undecided voters to their candidate

The unpredictable. “You can imagine these great ideas, but if you do not support behind ca get it, I’m just saying …”

Sanders-ISTA: “I think that our country is moving in the towards a more progressive direction … I’m not saying that we have these other people leave behind, but … “

the Clinton-ITO:” the right to much more right, and it is fair scary … “

In Las Vegas, Le Roy Graham and Linda Devaull Graham is a house divided. He returned Clinton, as he did in ’08. She supported Sanders and together with Obama eight years ago. She was to vote in a classroom at the Del Webb through the school, where they each attempt to win over the fans go under the compound caucus. Le Roy stomped the line Hilary things can be done.

“I’m watching Hillary since his first wife, the first lady of Arkansas was,” he said. “She always people she is for Obamacare argument under Administration Bill Clinton In a perfect world, Bernie will be the candidate, but I do not think he is eligible …”

His wife jumping in “this is what he said about Obama, he was not eligible.”

Her husband admit to the point. But when it comes to the vote, Clinton Sanders knocking out water: Linda was one of only three voters who support him in the classroom. Clinton 24.

Reno partisans for Clinton and Sanders work on the number of uncertain voters.

More than a quarter of the districts results in Nevada is now. What do we know? At this time, it is not enough, except that it already begin to feel now as a repetition of Iowa, where Clinton and Sanders was tied in effect.

The former foreign minister and the Vermont senator his neck and -neck. Much can and will change as the rest of the results came in first, and it may be that either Clinton or Sanders pulling for, but it might think worth about what a close race

answer :. Good for Sanders. This was a prerequisite Clinton campaign thought they win from the back of minority voters (they make up nearly half the population Nevada’s – very different from mostly white Iowa and New Hampshire).

polling in the state is notoriously unreliable, but only a few months ago, the surveys show Clinton has a big advantage over its rebellious challenger. Based on what we’ve seen so far, it is no longer the case.

Nevada still absolutely nail biting as results trickle in.

32% of districts reporting, Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders leads the traditionally margin – 51.66% to 48.24% ..

It is always one game this point

gekoukus is very consistent in Reno, reports Sam Levin:.

at the University of Nevada Reno website, where many students who participate for the first time in the caucus, the organizers have briefly ran English forms

This mean non-Spanish speakers Spanish taalvorme had used to sign up, so help a bit of confusion and forcing some Spanish speakers with the translation.

After a short period, but the site has documents in English.

“We have a resupply of English forms – so we are good now,” a representative of the Democratic Party has just Guardian

It is a very slow start here. – The organizers still processing voter two hours after the official beginning of time

Interesting:. A neighborhood in Pahrump decided by cutting deck: has had some pretty incredible luck

Hillary. with tiebreaks so far this election cycle

This factoid, MSNBC’s Ari Melber, is bad news game for Hillary Clinton – first caucus-goers are more likely to be for Bernie:

only from Chris McGreal, the full results of the caucus at Del Webb school in Las Vegas.

Many of the koukusse has slowed, but

Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore gets 0.0% of the Iowa Caucus vote

Posted in Trending Topics on 3rd February 2016

Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore gets 0.0% of the Iowa Caucus vote

Richmond, Va â ???? Things are not going so well for former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore to the Iowa Caucasus said.

According to the results Politico and USA Today, the GOP candidate has a total of 12 votes among those who attended the koukusse. This equates to about 0.01 percent of the results.

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Republican Ted Cruz bested Donald Trump, raising questions about the billionaireâ ???? dependence on his celebrity in place of the traditional political organization.

and Marco Rubioâ ???? s stronger than expected showing could see him as the establishmentâ ???? best hope at a grassroots uprising following weeka ???? s New Hampshire primary and beyond.

cruza ???? victory Narratives come as a formidable force in delegate-rich southern states and provides movement conservatives hope that one of their own Republican candidate can be for the first time since Ronald Reagan.

How a victory, Cruz fired instant shots on both Trump and the party elite he so outraged by running an anti-establishment crusade to Gopa has endeared him yet ???? rank and file.

???? Iowa has sent notice that the Republican nominee and the next president of the United States will not be selected by the media, will not be selected by the Washington establishment, â ???? Cruz said.

Trump, hours after forecasting a a ???? tremendousâ ???? victory, has a short but gracious speech that his normal bombast has a deficit, he says Iowa loved and promises to bounce back next week in New Hampshire.

???? We will continue to get the Republican nomination and we will continue to easily beat Hillary or Bernie, â ???? Trump has fans. â ???? We have finished second, and I must say that I only honored.â ????

Rubio satisfied with his view

Rubio will leave Iowa with one leg over another institution opponents, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, which is a lot at stake in New Hampshire.

???? this is the time that they said would never happen. For months, they have we have no chance, â ???? said a jubilant Rubio.

???? She told me that I needed to wait my turn, I needed to wait in line. But tonight here in Iowa, the people of this great state has a very clear message sent ???? After seven years of Barack Obama, we are no longer waiting to take our country back.â ????

Clinton, talking Sanders

Clinton said that they are breathing a a ???? big sigh of reliefâ ???? after the koukusse â ???? despite the extremely tight race.

???? Ita ???? s rare that we now have the opportunity us to do ???? to have a real battle of ideas, to really think hard about which is the Democratic Party and what we want seems to be the future of our country, â ???? Clinton said in a speech.

Sanders told a raucous crowd chanting â ???? Bernie, Bernieâ ???? that his campaign have made good progress in a short period of time.

???? Nine months ago, we have to this beautiful state, we have no political organization, we have no money, we have no name recognition, and we were working on the most powerful political organization in the United States of America. ??? ?

???? and tonight, â ???? he said, â ???? while the results are not yet known, it seems like we are in a virtual tie.â ????

Although Sanders has good risk in Iowa and is beautiful posited in New Hampshire, his obstacle is to prove he can rely on more ethnically diverse voters in subsequent matches in places like South Carolina.

Casualty in both parties

The koukusse led to two victims â ???? on each side.

The former Maryland Gov. Martin Oa ???? Malley, a democratic and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a Republican, both their candidacy fell to sail weak.

The CNN Wire contributed to this report

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