Press Association But back came Leicester and within two minutes they were level. The Foxes had already demonstrated their threat from set-pieces and, when Everton failed to clear a corner, record-signing Ulloa repaid some of his transfer fee with a well-struck shot from the middle of the box. Two minutes later Everton thought they had gone back ahead when Baines set up Naismith, but the ball looked to have clearly gone behind before the defender played it. Baines was a real thorn in Leicester’s side and he wanted a penalty after going down in the area under pressure from Knockaert, but referee Mike Jones decided any contact had been accidental. Everton began to gradually assert their dominance as the half went on and Schmeichel was relieved to see shots from McGeady and Naismith both miss the target. But with the 45 minutes almost up, Naismith put the visitors back in front. Baines and Steven Pienaar helped the ball in from the left and Naismith wrapped his left foot around it, sending a shot crashing in off the bar. Leicester needed to respond at the start of the second half and they did, with Riyad Mahrez’s header forcing Everton into a hasty clearance. Ulloa should then have done better with a free header from Paul Konchesky’s cross, but the clear-cut chance they were looking for came in the 65th minute. Unfortunately for Leicester, it fell for Jeff Schlupp, who had just come on as a substitute. Dean Hammond’s through-ball was perfectly weighted, but Schlupp got his shot all wrong and it flew a long way over the bar. Mahrez was the next to try his luck, winning a free-kick 25 yards out for a trip by James McCarthy and then seeing it deflected just wide. Ulloa’s debut ended when he was brought off to loud cheers in the 78th minute and replaced by Wood. Gareth Barry, who had picked up a soft booking for a foul on Ulloa, was a little fortunate to stay on the pitch when he pulled back the lively Mahrez. And it was Mahrez who set up the equaliser, jinking his way to the edge of the box before firing in a shot that hit Phil Jagielka and fell to Wood. It was no more than Leicester deserved for their attacking intent and, although Everton tried to respond, it was too late. Substitute Chris Wood earned Leicester a point on their return to the Barclays Premier League with an equaliser four minutes from time against Everton. Steven Naismith’s goal on the stroke of half-time looked to have won it after Aiden McGeady and debutant Leonardo Ulloa had netted within two minutes of each other mid-way through the first half. Leicester did all the pressing in the second half and were rewarded when Wood slotted a clinical finish beyond Howard to make it 2-2. Roberto Martinez’s Everton team featured no new faces, although Romelu Lukaku and Gareth Barry both made their first appearances since joining permanently. John Stones stepped in at right-back for Seamus Coleman, who was only fit enough for the bench, while new signings Muhamed Besic and Christian Atsu were both unused substitutes. Ross Barkley’s injury certainly cast a cloud over the start of Everton’s season, the England midfielder sustaining medial knee ligament damage in training. Nothing could dampen Leicester’s enthusiasm for their first Premier League season in 10 years, although they too were hit by injuries, with Marc Albrighton, Jamie Vardy and Matthew Upson all sidelined. The hosts more than held their own in an even start and Tim Howard had two nervy moments, first flapping at an Anthony Knockaert cross and then hesitating over a long ball and almost allowing Ulloa in. But it was Everton who opened the scoring in the 20th minute, exploiting a fortuitous deflection to the full. Leighton Baines’ long-distance shot did not look set to pose any problems until it was half blocked on the edge of the area and fell for Sylvain Distin 15 yards out. The defender’s shot was saved by Kasper Schmeichel, but the goalkeeper could only watch as McGeady’s delightful effort from the left curled over him and into the top corner.
WATCH US LIVE First Published: 6th December, 2019 22:23 IST Last Updated: 6th December, 2019 22:23 IST UFC News: Frankie Edgar Replaces Brian Ortega At UFC Fight Night 165 Frankie Edgar is ready to postpone his bantamweight division debut and has turned his attention towards Chan Sung Jung. Know more about their upcoming fight. Chang Sung Jung’s upcoming fight at UFC Fight Night 165 looked doomed after Brian Ortega’s sudden exit from the matchup. However, The Korean Zombie is still going to fight as Frankie Edgar has agreed to step up against him. Brian Ortega has been forced to pull out from the fight due to a knee injury. FOLLOW US Raj Sarkar 9 months ago UFC: Everything you need to know about the new ‘UFC Honors’ award 9 months ago Brock Lesnar’s comeback victory over Shane Carwin is still one of UFC’s greatest fights 9 months ago UFC: Khabib Nurmagomedov channels inner LeBron James, scores fantastic basket 9 months ago UFC: Justin Gaethje baits Conor McGregor for a future fight by ridiculing his comeback Written By Also Read | UFC: Colby Covington Calls Out Dana White For Being A ‘coward’ And ‘spreading Lies’Also Read | UFC: Khabib Nurmagomedov Channels Inner LeBron James, Scores Fantastic Basket Also Read | UFC: Justin Gaethje Baits Conor McGregor For A Future Fight By Ridiculing His ComebackUFC Fight Night: Frankie Edgar replaces Brian OrtegaFrankie Edgar was ready for his bantamweight debut against Cory Sandhagen on Jan 25. After an unsuccessful attempt at the featherweight title, Frankie Edgar waved “goodbye” to the division. However, things turned out differently after Brian Ortega’s injury. Frankie Edgar postponed his bantamweight debut and decided to have one more beef at 145 against The Korean Zombie. It is undoubtedly good news for Korean fans since their local hero Chang Sung Jung’s upcoming bout at UFC Fight Night 165 will take place.According to reports, Brian Ortega suffered a torn ACL and Frankie Edgar saw it as a great opportunity to face The Korean Zombie. There is no doubt that Frankie Edgar is a legend but a victory against Chang Sun Jung can bring him back into the featherweight mix. Also Read | UFC: Everything You Need To Know About The New ‘UFC Honors’ AwardUFC Fight Night: Frankie Edgar-Chan Sung-Jun ComparisonFrankie Edgar – Age: 38. Height: 5’6”. Reach: 68”. Stance: Orthodox. Record: 22-7-1Frankie Edgar is one of the most experienced fighters in the division and he has fought against some of the best fighters of the world. The former UFC lightweight champion possesses immense striking ability. He has victories against Gray Maynard, Chad Mendes, BJ Penn and Urijah Faber among others. SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND Chan Sun Jung – Age: 32. Height: 5’7”. Reach: 72”. Stance: Orthodox. Record: 15-5Chan Sung Jung, the 32-year-old rising superstar, has got pretty dangerous hands. The Korean Zombie is a dirty fighter when it comes to standpoint and a victory against Frankie Edgar can ensure him a title shot against Max Holloway. Take a look at the Korean Zombie. COMMENT LIVE TV 9 months ago UFC: Colby Covington calls out Dana White for being a ‘coward’ and ‘spreading lies’
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Nicole Mitts, born in 1989, of Wellington was charged with battery of a law enforcement officer, a Class A misdemeanor; and interference with law enforcement, a Class A misdemeanor.Mitts is accused on June 29, 2014 of intentionally biting a finger of a Wellington Police officer who was assisting paramedics, who were trying to restrain her for medical treatment. Mitts also allegedly resisted having her hands handcuffed when she was placed in the patrol car.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Andrew Horn, born in 1995, of Mayfield was charged with four counts of criminal damage to property, Class B misdemeanors.On May 19, Horn is accused of driving his car south on B Street with two passengers who allegedly were throwing rocks at vehicles. One boy in the rear seat of Hornâ€™s car allegedly threw a rock at a 15-passenger church van along B Street as Horn was driving towards the Catholic Church. The rock struck the side window causing $750.31 of damage to the van the complaint said.Later officers took a report of another vehicle on North B that was damaged due to rock throwing. A 1999 Oldsmobile Bravado SUV side window was broken out, valued at $427.51.Horn then allegedly was driving north on North Washington Avenue when another passenger in the front seat advised him that he wanted to look at a car they passed. According to the affidavit, Horn turned the car around upon the passengerâ€™s request and the passenger reportedly threw a large chunk of asphalt at the side view mirror and damaging the door of a 2010 Suzuki which caused $758.35 damage.According to the court affidavit, the three boys allegedly picked up the rocks at Wheat Country Car Wash on East 16th Street before the alleged rock throwing spree. Allegedly, Horn eventually took the passengers home and dropped them at a friendâ€™s house. In the affidavit, an officer said the issue came to light a couple of weeks later when Horn was allegedly talking about it to another person not involved in the alleged incident. That person then reported the information to a student resource officer, who then contacted the WPD allegedly.Neither of the alleged passengers have been charged at this time.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Bryson Reed, born in 1989, of Arkansas City was charged with possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Reed is accused possessing a hallucinogenic drug, i.e. marijuana in his wallet when he had a motor vehicle accident while driving a vehicle at MP 18.6 on the Kansas Turnpike. He also possessed small baggies in his wallet allegedly.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Zachariah Brown, born in 1985, of Wellington was charged with possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Brown is accused of having a baggy of marijuana which came out of his pant leg while talking to a Sheriff Deputy on U.S. 160.His court deposition is set for July 24.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Darien Ledbetter, born in 1993, of Wellington was charged with driving while suspended, a Class B misdemeanor; possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class C misdemeanor.Ledbetter is accused on June 22 of operating a white Pontiac Grand Prix on the 400 block of E. 30th Ave. North then on Ridge Road and 20th Avenue at a time when her legal privilege was suspended, canceled or revoked.After she was arrested, officers allegedly seized a marijuana cigarette in her Marlboro cigarette packet. Another cigarette was in the center console and another quantity of marijuana was in a small baggy hidden in her bra.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Sherry Martin, born in 1971, of Wichita was charged with possession of marijuana, a level 5 drug felony, possession of narcotic, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Martin is accused of having several small baggies of meth in her purse, which she lost at the casino and tried to reclaim.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Edwood Osborne, born in 1995, of Wellington was charged with illegal tag, a misdemeanor; no insurance, a Class B misdemeanor; no driverâ€™s license, a misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor. Osborne is accused of on June 20 of operating a Ford Ranger on Harvey and Plum in Wellington and having a license plate assigned to a 2000 Ford Windstar. He also failed to display liability insurance or valid drivers license, allegedly.The complaint said Osborne also possessed a four-inch box which contained a metal smoking pipe which Osborne admitted he used to smoke synthetic marijuana known as K-2 which is illegal in Kansas.His court deposition is set for July 10.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Dustin L. Black, born in 1988, of Wellington was charged with possession of narcotics, a level 5 drug felony; criminal deprivation of property, a Class A misdemeanor; and theft, a Class A misdemeanor.Black is accused of on June 25 of possessing a narcotic drug Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10-325 other than what was authorized by the Kansas Controlled Substances act. He allegedly used pills from his motherâ€™s prescription without her permission.Black also allegedly took his motherâ€™s car keys while she was in the hospital room without her permission and drove off. He is also accused of using, selling and giving away 51 pills from her prescription bottle of Hydrocodone.