Red-hot Liverpool hit seven to ignite Champions League campaign

first_imgMARIBOR, Slovenia (Reuters) – Liverpool produced a superb attacking display to ignite their stuttering Champions League campaign with a blistering 7-0 Group E victory at Maribor on Tuesday.Having drawn their opening two games, Liverpool made a dream start when Mohamed Salah burst into the box before squaring for Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino to stroke home in the fourth minute.Nine minutes later Firmino’s compatriot Philippe Coutinho converted James Milner’s smart pullback to double the lead before Salah finished smartly at the near post as Liverpool ran riot in the opening 19 minutes.Liverpool’s fluid, dynamic front three continued to cut loose and the effervescent Salah capped a stunning first half for the visitors, converting Alberto Moreno’s low cross to make it 4-0 in the 39th minute.Halftime did little to halt their momentum and Firmino added a well-deserved second finishing from Coutinho’s fierce cross with a deft header in the 54th minute.Substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with his first Liverpool goal, and Trent Alexander-Arnold completed the rout in the closing stages as the visitors registered their biggest win under manager Juergen Klopp.Liverpool have five points after three games to lead Group E from Spartak Moscow on goal difference, while Spanish side Sevilla sit one point adrift in third.Maribor have one point.last_img read more

IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix: TV schedule, start times, channels, live steams for 2019 races

first_imgThe IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix also can be streamed live via fuboTV. New fuboTV users can sign up with a seven-day free trial.Throughout the season, INDYCAR Pass will provide live streams of all IndyCar practice and qualifying sessions. The service also will provide same-day replays of IndyCar races, live streams of Indy Lights races and more.IndyCar Grand Prix 2019 track scheduleFriday, May 31TimeSeriesEvent8:30 a.m. ETIMSAPractice 110:15 a.m. ETTrans Am SeriesPractice 110:55 a.m. ETIndyCarPractice 111:55 a.m. ETTrans Am SeriesPractice 212:40 p.m. ETIMSAPractice 22:50 p.m. ETIndyCarPractice 23:50 p.m. ETIndyCarPit stop practice4:35 p.m. ETTrans Am SeriesRace 1 qualifying5:20 p.m. ETIMSAQualifyingSaturday, June 1TimeSeriesEvent8:20 a.m. ETIMSAWarm-up9:15 a.m. ETTrans Am SeriesRace 110:45 a.m. ETIndyCarRace 1 qualifying12:30 p.m. ETIMSARace3 p.m. ETIndyCarRace 1Sunday, June 2TimeSeriesEvent10:45 a.m. ETIndyCarRace 2 qualifying11:45 a.m. ETTrans Am SeriesRace 23 p.m. ETIndyCarRace 2 The 2019 NTT IndyCar Series season continues Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 with the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader, the seventh and eighth races of the IndyCar season, set to take place on the streets of Detroit. Just like it was last week, NBC is the TV channel that will broadcast the races on Saturday and Sunday. The start time for Saturday’s IndyCar race in Detroit is 3 p.m. ET, and the start time Sunday’s race is also 3 p.m. ET.The IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix became a doubleheader back in 2013. Race 1 and Race 2 on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, are both points-paying races and are set with separate qualifying sessions. Both races will run on the 2.35-mile, 13-turn temporary street circuit on Detroit’s Belle Isle. MORE: Watch the Detroit Grand Prix live with fuboTV (7-day trial)Graham Rahal, who drives for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in 2019, is the only driver who has won both Detroit Grand Prix races (2017) since the event became a doubleheader six years ago. The driver of the No. 15 Honda sits 12th in the current IndyCar points standings. Last year’s Detroit Grand Prix winners were Scott Dixon and Ryan Hunter-Reay.Below is all the info you need regarding how to watch the 2019 IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader.When is the IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader 2019?Dates: Saturday, June 1 | Sunday, June 2Times: 3 p.m. ET (Saturday and Sunday)TV channel: NBC (Saturday and Sunday)Live stream: fuboTV (7-day free trial) | INDYCAR PassDetroit Grand Prix TV scheduleBoth races of the 2019 IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader will be broadcast live on NBC, marking them the second and third ever IndyCar races to be shown on the cable network after last week’s Indy 500. It’s part of NBC’s TV contract, which splits the IndyCar season coverage between two networks, NBC and NBCSN.Of the 17 IndyCar races on the schedule for 2019, eight, including both races in Detroit, will be broadcast on NBC, and nine will air on NBC Sports Network. NBC will offer additional coverage of IndyCar practices and qualifying sessions on its NBC Sports Gold app.NBC’s coverage of IndyCar races in Detroit on Saturday and Sunday will begin at 3 p.m. ET both days.Below is the full NBC broadcast schedule for all IndyCar events this weekend in Detroit.Day, timeEventHow to watchFri., 10:55 a.m. ETPractice 1NBC Sports GoldFri. 2:50 p.m. ETPractice 2NBC Sports GoldFri., 3:50 p.m. ETPit stop practiceNBC Sports GoldSat., 12 p.m. ETRace 1 qualifyingNBCSN/fuboTV (tape delay)Sat., 3:50 p.m. ETRace 1NBC/fuboTVSun., 10:45 a.m. ETRace 2 qualifyingNBCSN/fuboTVSun., 3:50 p.m. ETRace 2NBC/fuboTVIndyCar Detroit Grand Prix live streamIndyCar Grand Prix practice sessions on Friday, plus the live broadcast of Race 1 qualifying on Saturday morning, can be streamed via INDYCAR Pass on NBC Sports Gold. As for qualifying and the races themselves, live-stream presentations can be found on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.last_img read more