Subsequently, they protested the action, understanding that their goalkeeper Mazali had been pushed with the ball in the air. Seeing that the collegiate did not respond to his pleas, they argued that the Italian footballer had no intention of scoring and that the goal had been produced by the wind. Onzari defended that he had it in mind from the first moment and, in addition, he boasted of it: “I could never make another goal the same. It was the best of my goals because of the impact it had and the amazement of the people“.Curiously, the Olympic goal was not included in the regulation until a few months before that appointment. It was in June 1924 when the International Board He picked it up for the first time, allowing, of course, that it could be scored from the corner from that moment. Onzari was the first to achieve it and the fact that it was a Tribute for the Olympic Gold of Uruguay is what caused that almost one hundred years later it is still present in the football slang. Kroos has already inscribed his name on the list of the elect. Toni Kroos was the protagonist in the first semifinal of the Spanish Super Cup between Real Madrid and Valencia. The German midfielder achieved something that is not usual in the world of football: corner kick mark. Thanks to their great beating, headlines from around the world collect a popularized expression, but with an origin by many unknown: Olympic goal. Why is the target noted by ‘8’ well known? When did you adopt this denomination?It was the year 1924 when Uruguay was crowned champion in the Paris Olympics. Surprising as it may seem, in that tournament he did not achieve a goal from the corner, but that would happen a month later. As a reason for celebration, the Uruguayan national team organized two friendly matches against Argentina, one in Montevideo and one in Buenos Aires. The first ended with a draw at one on the scoreboard and in the second, what would have caused today to be known both from the corner as an Olympic goal.The duel ‘back’ had to be suspended for a problem with the influx to the stadium, but shortly after it was rescheduled. Specifically, by October 2, with access control and about 30,000 fans in the stands. The electronic marked the 15th minute of the match when Cesáreo Onzari hit from the left side direct to goal. No one touched the ball and, in fact, the Uruguayan soccer players were perplexed.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram More than 1.5 billion Muslims marked Eid al-Adha, the Feast of Sacrifice, the most important holiday on the Islamic calendar, with temperatures in Mina hitting 46 degrees Celsius.Thousands of pilgrims had converged on the town’s entrance to throw pebbles at one of three walls representing Satan.The fatal stampede began at around 9am (6pm AEST), shortly after “a large number of pilgrims were in motion at the same time” at an intersection of two streets 5 kilometres from Mecca.The tragedy occurred outside the five-storey Jamarat Bridge, which was erected in the last decade at a cost of more than $1 billion and intended to improve safety. Jamarat Bridge is almost 1 kilometre long and allows up to 300,000 pilgrims per hour to perform the annual ritual.“People were already dehydrated and fainting” as said a Sudanese man, who declined to be named.“This year’s hajj was the most poorly organised of four he had attended.“People were tripping all over each other”, he said, adding that a Saudi companion had warned him that “something was going to happen”.Interior ministry spokesman General Mansur al-Turki said “The great heat and fatigue of the pilgrims contributed to the large number of victims.” Official figures released on the date confirm 1,952,817 pilgrims had carried out this year’s hajj, including almost 1.4 million foreigners.The stampede killed at least 717 people injuring hundreds more. Officials in Turkey said at least 18 of its citizens were reported missing. Iran announced that 90 of its nationals were among the dead, and accused Saudi Arabia of safety errors.The civil defence said this morning it was still counting the dead, who included pilgrims from different countries. At least 863 people were hurt, according to the agency. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade today said no Australians were believed to be among the casualties.The disaster came as the world’s Pope Francis used his first public remarks since arriving in New York to express solidarity with Muslims after a devastating stampede in Saudi Arabia.“I want to express the closeness of the church in the face of the tragedy people suffered in Mecca,” said the pontiff at the start of his homily during prayers at St Patrick’s Cathedral. “In this moment of prayer, I unite and join in prayer with our almighty God and merciful father,” he added.Condolences came from capitals around the region and the globe, including from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. “We join you in mourning the tragic loss of these faithful pilgrims,” said US National Security Council spokesman Ned Price.British Prime Minister David Cameron tweeted: “My thoughts and prayers are with the families of those killed at the hajj pilgrimage.” Source: AFP, The Australian