Kyle Busch was disqualified from an apparent victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series on Saturday after his Joe Gibbs Racing No. 54 Toyota failed post-race inspection at Texas Motor Speedway.Busch’s car was found out of compliance with the height requirements, according to the NASCAR Rule Book. That ruling elevated Austin Cindric, who was the second driver to take the checkered flag, to his third Xfinity Series victory of the year in the My Bariatric Solutions 300. It also sent Busch’s No. 54 to last place in the 37-car field.RELATED: Official race resultsAfter winning Saturday night’s Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race, Busch said he was unsure what caused the car to fail the height portion of the inspection. He said he was unsure whether the team would appeal the penalty, adding that his reaction to the violation was frustration instead of a indifference for an infraction that wasn’t his doing.“Yeah, it’s bothersome. It pisses me off,” Busch said. “We come out here and race and run hard and score a win and then it gets taken away from you. It sucks because it’s nothing we did. We even put a round in the right-rear during the race in order to help the handling characteristic and then the left-rear was low. I don’t know. There’s nothing I can do about it, so you just kind of move on. I don’t know; I guess NASCAR wants me here longer.”His last remark was delivered with a smirk. Busch is on record as saying he would retire from Xfinity Series competition after scoring his 100th career victory. Saturday would have marked No. 98.The last driver to be disqualified from an Xfinity Series win was Denny Hamlin, whose No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota was also penalized for failing height requirements last August at Darlington Raceway. That promoted apparent runner-up Cole Custer to victory.NASCAR competition officials introduced a tougher deterrence system into the rule book before the 2019 season, one that included disqualifications for significant rules violations.
Star Files View Comments Fresh Prince of LondonAshton cites her personal relationships as the main source of inspiration, but there is one important exception. “If there’s one person I looked up to obsessively, it was Will Smith,” she said. “There wasn’t anyone who looked like me on TV in England. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was my touchstone. We didn’t have families of color in them or young people of color doing flagrant, wonderful, funny things and being so successful they were household names. I’ve idolized Will Smith my whole life and that hasn’t changed. He’s my number one.”Bright Lights, Big CityAlthough she has appeared in several productions in the West End, Ashton can’t believe she’s on Broadway. “This is a dream come true for all of us, Tom [Hiddleston], Charlie [Cox] and Eddie Arnold,” she said. “It means the world to us to be making our debuts. I’ve been to New York so many times, but I’ve never worked here this way. There’s something so epic when you’re from the U.K. about the bright lights of Broadway. I have to say, it doesn’t disappoint. We’ve all brought something so personal to this process and to have it be rewarded in this way is amazing. There’s nothing like it. It’s something we’ll never forget.”Just DessertsWhen she’s not bringing audiences to their feet in Betrayal, Ashton is busy exploring what living in New York City has to offer. “I would say since being in New York, donuts have fast become a guilty pleasure,” she said. “I don’t know what you guys are putting them in them here to make them even more squishy and big. We need to work on our donuts in the U.K. because they’re not satisfying enough.” Watch Zawe Ashton in action below!Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:28Loaded: 0.00%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:28 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedEnglishAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen A Pinter VillageAshton is a born-and-raised Londoner who is a self-proclaimed city girl, but her hometown gave her the comfort of a small village. “I grew up in Hackney and like so many places in London and here in New York, It was an incredibly artistic and diverse community,” she said. “It was an education in art and people and family and friendships. Our neighborhood was shaped like a village, no subways or commuters. If you cut me open I bleed East London. I actually grew up around the corner from where Harold Pinter did. If you want a snapshot of my childhood, me and Pinter, we essentially grew up together.” Betrayal Zawe Ashton in Betrayal (Photo: Marc Brenner) Zawe Ashton (Photos by Caitlin McNaney for Broadway.com) Original Photos Early BetrayalAshton’s first introduction to theater was at the age of six, when she went to an after-school drama class at the Anisha Theatre in London. “The first stage play I ever did was a school play called The Wishing Chair,” she said. “I was cast as the fisherman’s wife, and she had a very key scene; I was very determined to do the role justice at seven years old. Well, I got the flu and was out of school for weeks and when I came back, another girl had been cast as the fisherman’s wife. I was then cast as the chair, but that’s the title role so we all know who got the last laugh on that one.”The Degree’s the ThingAfter years of having real-life experience on TV shows and on stage, Ashton had a tough decision to make: continue to work or go to drama school? “I knew that I had to train as an actor when I was 19,” she said. “I’d already seen a cycle of roles that were coming my way. I was playing very specific type of edgy characters that I loved but it had the potential to turn into stereotyping. I knew I musn’t go and get my degree because I was scared of being typecast, but I also musn’t not get my degree because I’m scared of losing momentum. I decided to train and and go to drama school, and it was a very transformative period of time for me as a young person.” Related Shows Zawe Ashton has been acting for the screen and stage in the U.K. since she was six years old. She has appearred in popular TV shows like Fresh Meat and Not Safe for Work, and now she is in the acclaimed West End transfer of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal at Broadway’s Jacobs Theatre. Ashton stars alongside fellow Londoners Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox, both known for their turns as comic superheroes, the intimate play marks all three headliners Broadway debuts. In honor of her move to the Great White Way, Ashton sat down with Broadway.com to talk about her first time on stage, the importance of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and what dessert is better in the States than the U.K. Photos by Caitlin McNaney | Video directed and edited by Kyle Gaskell Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 8, 2019 Zawe Ashton
Volunteers from Brand South Africa and The Randburg Methodist Church as well as locals from in and around Bekkersdal came together to give Simunye Secondary School a make over for Mandela DayOn Mandela Day, 18 July, Brand South Africa, the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Methodist Church of South Africa gave Simunye High School, in Bekkersdal in Gauteng, a makeover.Mandela Day is devoted to the late leader’s commitment to serving humanity, and in honour of his 67 years fighting for freedom, people around the world are asked to devote 67 minutes to making the world a better place.Brand South Africa, the South African Christian Leadership Initiative (SACLI) and the Nelson Mandela Foundation organised the day and supplied materials for the renovations, which included cleaning and fixing windows, replacing doors and repainting peeling walls.Some 170 people attended the event to kick-start renovations on the school; Brand South Africa and the Nelson Mandela Foundation will work with the Bekkersdal community to keep the school in good condition.Delegates at the event included presiding bishop of the Methodist Church of South Africa, Bishop Zipho Siwa; Gauteng premier, David Makhura; Reverend Moss Ntlha, from the South African Council of Churches; and Siki Dlanga, SACLI youth coordinator.GETTING DIRTY TO COME CLEANA few licks of paint and new doors and windows were installed at Simunye Secondary School in Bekkersdal for International Nelson Mandela DayDlanga exhorted the community and volunteers to be courageous, saying, “We want to awake a post-Mandela generation of courageous, visionary, ethical God-fearing young leaders to serve South Africa,” while Makhura emphasised the importance of education; “Education is the ray of hope. If we get education right we will solve all the problems in the nation.”Siwa and Ntlha were fiery in their conviction that young people take up the torch to lead South Africa into greatness through service, as Nelson Mandela wanted.Bishop Siwa said, “Young people… you have the choice to pick up the mantle of your elders so that God will anoint you as leaders to build our nation of South Africa. Equally you can choose to walk away and allow others to shape the nation and perhaps erode our freedom. If each one of us heeded the call … we would be living Nelson Mandela’s legacy and helping to build a country of our dreams. The baton of leadership has been handed over to us. It is in our hands now to make a positive difference.”Ntlha said to the youngsters attending the event; “Mandela’s mantel has fallen and is within reach of everyone in this generation. After all, is it not this generation who has travelled with this great prophet, statesman and gentle spirit? Have we not breathed the same air he breathed?“While others will only read of him in years to come, we are heirs – sons and daughters of the Mandela generation. We are his progeny and harbingers of hope for the future. We have been endowed with a rare privilege to take his legacy further. His mantle is in our hands. What will we do with it?”Having charged the audience with continuing and living Mandela’s legacy of service, Ntlha concluded; “You have to get dirty to become the person living in a clean environment.”The audience took his words to heart and got down to work, singing as they revamped the dilapidated school. They joined South Africans around the country to devoting 67 minutes of service to making the world a better place.
Image: Air New Zealand Air New Zealand, an airline better known for addictive bacon brekkie rolls and succulent New Zealand lamb, is to become world’s first carrier to serve the new meatless Impossible Burger.The New Zealand carrier Tuesday announced it had struck a deal with silicon valley food tech start-up Impossible Foods to serve its plant-based burger as part of its Business Premier menu on Los Angeles flights.It will be available on flights NZ1 and NZ5 through to OctoberImpossible Foods caused a stir when it introduced a plant-based burger that looks, sizzles and “bleeds” like a regular burger.The company says it spent five years to come up with a product that recreates the texture, taste and smell of a traditional beef burger but contains no animal products.It also argues the burger is better for the environment because it uses 95 percent less land, 74 percent less water and creates 87 fewer greenhouse emissions.READ: Recycling untouched snacks and beverages pays off for Air New Zealand.The secret to the burger is an iron-containing molecule called heme which comes from the roots of soy plants and is the same as a molecule found in animal meat.“The impossible burger tastes like real meat because it actually generates flavor in the same way,” said Impossible Foods chief science officer David Lipman.Air New Zealand inflight customer experience manager Niki Chave said the airline had added the Impossible burger to offer customers “a fresh and innovative approach to cuisine” but was quick to reassure carnivores its traditional fare would remain.“We’re confident vegetarians, flexitarians and dedicated meat lovers alike will enjoy the delicious taste of the Impossible Burger, but for those who want to stay with the tried and true it will sit alongside our regular selection of menu items prepared by our talented culinary team and consultant chefs,” she said.Impossible Foods chief executive Patrick Brown said the company’s mission was to make the global food system more sustainable and the Impossible burger was now available at 2500 restaurants throughout the US.Those watching their waistline, something that is admittedly a rare consideration when it comes to burgers, might want to consider an analysis featured in Women’sHealth magazine.It found the Impossible Burger has about 29 percent more calories than a traditional lean beef patty.An 85 gm (3oz) serving contained 220 calories and included 13 grams of fat (including 10 grams of saturated fat), 5gms of carbohydrate and 20 grams of protein. There was less than 1gm of sugar.This compared with 164 calories, 8 grams of fat (3g saturated), no carbohydrates and 22gm of protein in a 93 percent lean beef patty. The beef patty also had no carbohydrates or sugar.
The supply-chain web is spun so intricately that it’s impossible to know it, truly. Perhaps the most we can aim for is to gain knowledge about one link, then another, and gradually appreciate more fully how pieces fit together. Maybe it’s not realistic—when it comes to today’s supply chain—to have a goal of becoming an “expert.” Instead, dedicate oneself to being a lifetime student of supply chain’s infinite complexities.The aim of supply-chain risk management (SCRM) is fairly straightforward. It’s how we help to identify risk and manage supply-chain security adequately. But learning about supply-chain risks is a bit of a rabbit hole. Even something seemingly basic can be muddy, such as where supply chain starts. (With a product’s manufacture? When plans are drawn? At ideation?) What’s certain is that risks are inherent at every step along a product’s path to a store’s shelf. And, perhaps, back again as purchase does not always mark an end to a product’s path through the supply chain.In the case of a return, the product may hit the road again, from store back to vendor, and undergo additional steps. In the case of, say, an oil-filled radiator, a vendor may face a series of environmental regulatory steps before parts and pieces are sent back to the manufacturer or a scrap company.- Sponsor – The number of players, the differences in technologies, the amount of information, and the sheer volume of interactions between these and other layers of today’s global supply chain make it extremely difficult to identify risks, let alone mitigate them.Supply-chain management encompasses the coordination of the many activities related to sourcing, procurement, conversion, and logistics. It involves planning and processing orders; handling, transporting, and storing the products purchased, processed and/or distributed; and managing the inventory of goods in a coordinated manner. And there is risk through it all—as broad and diverse as the supply chain itself.Cargo theft is an example of a risk in the supply chain. It is, however, a single risk within a small section of the supply chain (logistics). A furniture manufacturer/seller of wooden dressers, for example, will have to manage myriad supply-chain risks long before it has even made a product to ship. For every metal screw or plastic knob that will come from a supplier, the company will need to assess reliability, and for every shipment of wood, its health and quality.Geographic Impact of Supply‑Chain Risk ManagementToday’s vulnerabilities are multiplied due to greater geographic distances and the complex processes of the supply chain. Globalization presents unique challenges when applying supply-chain risk management methodologies to safeguard the supply chain from emerging threats and vulnerabilities. Disruption can hit the supply chain at any point, from manipulation in raw material usage, malware and intrusions in digital supply-chain processes, cargo theft, and crime in warehouses and distribution centers.At the very broadest level, external supply-chain risks include:Demand risks caused by unpredictable or misunderstood customer demand.Supply risks caused by any interruptions to the flow of product, whether raw material or parts, within a company’s supply chain.Environmental risks from outside the supply chain, such as economic, social, governmental, and climate factors, including the threat of terrorism, global crisis and recession, and political upheaval.Business risks caused by factors such as a supplier’s financial or management stability, or purchase and sale of supplier companies.Physical plant risks caused by the condition of a supplier’s physical facility and regulatory compliance.In each area, questions fuel a risk-management process. Our furniture company, for example, needs clarity on key issues related to its suppliers if it is to embed resilience into its business. Intellectual property is one area—one among many—that it needs to examine.Do our suppliers have a history of intellectual property theft? Been accused of it?Have they been victims? Did an employee improperly share sensitive information or provide access to a facility? Was there a computer network intrusion?How do they protect their internal computer networks?The furniture dealer also needs to know about its suppliers’ processes and procedures to verify the quality of its products or third-party products and services: How is the quality of product verified? What mechanisms are in place to ensure products meet requirements? Is an inspection process in place to review materials and/or services? Distribution is another category: How do suppliers transport products? Are they warehoused during transportation, and if so, where? Who has access to those properties? And what about finances? Are the suppliers stable?Again, these are just some of the necessary risk-management questions to help neutralize a small sampling of external risks, from a few slivers of the supply chain. And while partnerships with top suppliers are typically strong, these questions should also be asked and answered for second and third-tier suppliers.Of course, our fictional furniture firm faces an equal number of internal risks, including manufacturing risks, business and process risks, and planning and control risks. It faces risk from shrinkage resulting from holding too much inventory, for example. And what about risk from product defects? Or high labor costs? Or poor planning? What if key personnel leave? How might that impact business processes or how purchasers communicate to suppliers and customers?The consequences of failure are hardly hypothetical. A new commercial airliner was delayed three years because of a failure to assess supply-chain risks properly. A candy maker’s stock sank 8 percent when it couldn’t deliver for Halloween. And in 2015, a cascade of technology missteps in a major big-box retailer’s supply chain, which caused the prospect of patchy or empty store shelves, forced it to withdraw entirely from a country’s marketplace.Conducting a Company-Wide Risk AssessmentA robust SCRM process starts by identifying this world of risk—conducting a comprehensive, organization-wide risk assessment to determine what can go wrong. Relevant metrics, multiple sources of input, and augmented data analysis are necessary to get an accurate picture of the current situation. Risks then need to be scored and prioritized, based on their likelihood of occurrence and potential impact on business.Once risks have been identified and prioritized, organizations need to create a comprehensive risk-mitigation plan based on short-term, medium-term, and long-term risks; to identify the right people to implement it and assign responsibilities; and to create escalation mechanisms for each risk and contingency plan.A clear risk picture and planning are the base layer. Organizations must also monitor and track the progress of their risk-mitigation initiatives to ensure that they work in real-life business situations. Risk-management tools and insightful dashboards can help steer an organization through interactions with suppliers and other operational stakeholders and prompt timely, informed decisions. Broadly, SCRM is critical to manage interaction between suppliers, information, technologies, products, and logistics service providers.So what does our furniture company stand to gain? By improving its management of supply-chain risk, it can maintain control over inventories and distribution, thereby matching and managing supply with demand to reduce costs, improve sales, and enhance company profitability. That, too, sounds simpler than it is. It requires:Understanding the business, the customer and customer needs, and adapting the supply chain to find the balance that maximizes profitability.Customizing the logistics network to meet the service requirements of various markets, which may influence the size, number, location, ownership, structure, and mission of warehouse facilities.Recognizing market signals and aligning strategies accordingly to ensure consistent supply forecasts and optimal resource allocation.Strategically locating/warehousing products close to the customer base and speeding conversion efficiencies to react quickly to market signals and store/customer needs.Managing supply sources strategically to reduce the total cost of owning goods, as well as teaming with business partners to reduce costs across the supply chain to lower prices and enhance margins.Developing a technology strategy and IT system capable of integrating all the above information—one that makes all this critical decision-making possible.A well-managed supply chain—one that mitigates risks—is essential to a successful operation. In today’s global manufacturing environment, where merchandise often moves across oceans or continents before appearing on store shelves, the risk of loss or delays due to cargo theft, weather, work stoppage, and even paperwork errors requires innovative and comprehensive supply-chain risk-management solutions to manage successfully. When we consider that every single piece of merchandise must in some way pass through the supply-chain network, it’s easy to see the need to implement appropriate controls and protect our interests against an increasingly complex world of risk. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
APTN National NewsWINNIPEG–Winnipeg police have launched an investigation into the death of a First Nations man who was left waiting in a city hospital’s emergency room for 34 hours.Brian Sinclair, a wheel-chair bound, double-amputee, died in the emergency room of Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Centre in September 2008.Sinclair had a bladder infection and all he needed were antibiotics along with a catheter change.Police said in a statement that they initiated a review of the death on March 31 and decided to open a criminal investigation.Police also said in the statement they had contacted Sinclair’s family.The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority released a statement saying that they would cooperate with police and were confident the investigation would not lead to criminal charges.“The (health authority) has acknowledged that mistakes were made and that Mr. Sinclair’s death was a tragedy that could have been prevented,” said the statement. “Two reviews undertaken shortly afterwards concluded that while mistakes were made and opportunities missed, no one person was individualy responsible. We believe the police investigation will reach the same conclusion.”The family has launched a wrongful death lawsuit against the health authority.
Julien Gignac APTN National NewsIn speeches delivered during key moments throughout its mandate, the Harper government has painted an image of Canadian history the Truth and Reconciliation Commission says has been harmful.The Prime Minister’s Office portrays Canada as wild, uninhabited and untamed until the “pioneers” arrived.Gov. Gen. David Johnston was an honourary witness to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and deemed the occasion ‘historic’ on Wednesday. However, his 2013 Speech from the Throne expressed a different sentiment.“And as we do now,” he began, “we draw on inspiration from our founders, leaders of courage and audacity. They dared to seize the moment that history offered. Pioneers, then few in number, reached across the vast continent. They forged an independent country where none would have existed otherwise.”Johnston’s words, however, were not his own. The Speech from the Throne is traditionally written by the Prime Minister’s Office which hands the final draft to the Governor General who delivers it at the beginning of a new Parliamentary sessions.Finance Minister Jim Flaherty made a similar remark during a 2014 budget speech.“The men and women who carved this great country out of the wilderness simply called it ‘good government,’” he said.The Canadian government’s slate is clean, according to a statement released by Former Gov. Gen. Michaëlle Jean during the Speech from the Throne in 2008.“This institution [Parliament of Canada]…represents one of the longest and most unblemished records of peaceful, democratic self-government anywhere on Earth,” she said.Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s 2014 Canada Day speech made no mention of Indigenous culture. It was removed from the list, superseded by the Fathers of Confederation, the military and Olympics.“Dear friends,” he said during his closing remarks, “the greatness of Canada comes from all of this and more, all of this makes us a role model for the rest of the world.”It is this image of Canadian history that carries a message of “imperialism and colonialism” that needs to stop, said TRC Commissioner Marie Wilson.During her speech Tuesday, Wilson said Canada’s education has failed to tell the true story of the country’s history by displacing Indigenous peoples’ place in the narrative.“Think about your European history classes,” said Wilson. “Did the story of Canada begin only shortly before Europeans came up the river this city [Ottawa] is built on?”Wilson said Canada’s history has for too long been taught through a “Euro-centric” lens.“We must understand and acknowledge how deep the history of imperialism and colonialism runs in our society today,” she said. “It is not always overt. In fact, it is often so subtle and pervasive that it may escape notice.”Wilson called upon the federal, provincial, and territorial governments, “in consultation and collaboration with survivors, aboriginal peoples, and educators to create curricula on residential schools, treaties, and aboriginal peoples’ historical and contemporary contributions to Canada a mandatory education requirement for all students.”A profusion of Indigenous colonies spanned the country and thrived for centuries, however, each strikingly different than the next with sophisticated political systems in place.Across the border in the U.S., senior politicians have linked the formation of their republic to pre-existing Indigenous governments.For example, U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy said during a speech to the National Congress of American Indians in 1963 that the Iroquois influenced the formation of the U.S. governance structure.“The men who framed out constitution are said to have drawn inspiration from tribal practices of the Iroquois League,” said Kennedy. “The concept of a union of sovereign states and the principle of government by the consent of the governed.”Kennedy stated Indigenous Peoples’ flourished in the North America for centuries “before the name ‘America’ was thought of.”Harper, on the other hand, downplayed the TRC report and its recommendations.On June 2 during question period in the House of Commons, the day the TRC released its 94 recommendations, Harper evaded the use of the term “cultural genocide,” dismissed the notion to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and call a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women.Harper, instead, reminded Parliamentarians of his 2008 apology for the devastation caused by the residential school [email protected]
With another steady performance at Bournemouth, Jose Mourinho is slowly taking back Manchester United’s real level of performance.It appears that the start of the season for Manchester United is slowly turning into a thing of the past to Jose Mourinho and his players, the Red Devils proved today that they are back in a positive dynamic with their performance at Bournemouth.Pretty much all the players who had been struggling this season, were the ones who delivered on the promise that they would massively improve their game.Even Alexis Sanchez was great today and he was the most criticized player until now, we are going to have to dissect the individual performances of several players because they have completely changed the switch and they should arrive at the Manchester Derby with great confidence.The best player for United was French winger Anthony Martial, he has taken over the leading role in the team’s offensive moments and he shared it with Alexis Sanchez today.Both players had been extremely criticized this season because they didn’t start on a very good note, today’s performance was a vindication of their talent and proof that Jose Mourinho has recovered both in the team’s benefit for the rest of the season.The squad was even capable of coming back from an initial negative result, as the Cherries scored first through [email protected], @AnthonyMartial, @MarcusRashford and @LukeShaw23 are today’s #MUFC Man of the Match nominees!🗳️ Vote now in our official app: https://t.co/glfzTiLXYO pic.twitter.com/pFtoRI31qw— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018But that goal was one of the few good moments that Bournemouth had, Manchester United dominated throughout the rest of the game and were brilliant up front with all the players who came to Vitality Stadium quite inspired.Martial was the one who scored the equalizer before halftime, he did it after Alexis Sanchez sent a cross from the right wing and struck the ball low for his goal.Getting that result wasn’t going to be an easy task for the Mancunians, they were always dangerous up front through Paul Pogba’s inspired night but the Cherries defense proved that they wouldn’t give away the result so easily.Alexis kept the role as the player who pulled back all the defenders with his movements, something that gave the rest of the strikers a little more freedom, especially during the second half as the Red Devils improved vastly thanks to Jose Mourinho’s modifications as the clock kept ticking.Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…Pogba understood that he was going to have to keep the ball through more prolonged moments of the game, he was able to read the game and was able to lead his teammates to complete dominance during the second half.The sensation after Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera got in the game during the final 35 minutes of the game, was that Manchester United would win the game.We’re #MUFC – we fight until the end 👊 pic.twitter.com/x5F46GXwOi— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018The crucial moment of the night came until the very last minute, Manchester United never surrendered and was able to take the pressure in without letting Bournemouth breathe after every single ball they lost.The final play came from a beautiful cross that Paul Pogba got on the box with a soft elevated ball, both Martial and Rashford were waiting inside the box with many Cherries’ defenders covering them.The English forward was the lucky one who got to score the winning goal, he could strike a loose ball inside the box and buried the ball that gave Manchester United those three points that leaves them with 20 on the table and still with a great opportunity to fight for the title.With this victory, the Red Devils remain only six points behind leaders Manchester City only one week before the Manchester Derby at Etihad Stadium.However, Pep Guardiola’s side could still move 9 points past United if they beat Southampton this Sunday.It’s exciting to know that Jose Mourinho’s squad is slightly recovered from the poor form they were showing a few weeks ago, they will at least try to compete against the Citizens and maybe even get a positive result if they are lucky next week.Man. Like. Rashford. #MUFC #BOUMUN pic.twitter.com/MKBBwZrDzH— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018How would you qualify Manchester Unite’s performance at Bournemouth this Saturday? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.