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Nzonzi, Dzeko score as Roma move third in Serie A

first_img0Shares0000World Cup winner Steven Nzonzi scored his first goal for Roma. © AFP / GABRIEL BOUYSMILAN, Italy, Oct 7 – Steven Nzonzi and Edin Dzeko scored in either half as resurgent Roma won their fourth consecutive game to move third in Serie A with a 2-0 win over promoted Empoli in Tuscany on Saturday.Eusebio Di Francesco’s side had slumped to ninth after a four-game winless streak, but jumped into the top three with a win over second-from-bottom Empoli. French World Cup winner Nzonzi headed in his first goal for Roma since his move from Sevilla in the 36th minute, with Bosnian ace Dzeko following his midweek Champions League hat-trick against Viktoria Plzen by wrapping up the points five minutes from time.Roma are now ten points behind leaders Juventus — who have a maximum 24 points after eight games — and one point adrift of Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli who host Sassuolo on Sunday.“The main thing is we’re back winning,” said Dzeko.“It wasn’t an easy period but we worked our way through it, we have now won four games in a row heading into the international break and we have fixed things a bit.”Teenage defender Luca Pellegrini got his first Roma start, with midfielder Javier Pastore and centre-back Aleksandar Kolarov injured.Lorenzo Pellegrini sent a free-kick over for Nzonzi to get the opener with Empoli proving wasteful.Ismael Bennacer rattled the woodwork for the hosts after the break with Francesco Caputo blazing a penalty over the crossbar on 58 minutes after a Cengiz Under handball.But Dzeko grabbed the second, collecting a Stephan El Shaarawy through ball to fire into the roof of the net.Roma have now won their last four games over Frosinone, Lazio, Viktoria Plzen and Empoli, for a total of 14 goals with just one conceded.But Di Francesco insisted there was room for improvement.“We made a few too many mistakes and tended to switch off at times. That’s why I changed the system in the second half.”0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

10.or D with Snapdragon 425 SoC, 3500mAh battery launched starting at Rs 4,999

first_imgAmazon and 10.or (pronounced Tenor) on Wednesday launched the 10.or D, which is the e-commerce platform’s third phone under the 10.or brand following the 10.or E and 10.or G. The newest entry-level handset brings budget specifications to take on the likes of the Redmi 5A and attract first-time smartphone users. It is priced at Rs 4,999 for the base variant and Rs 5,999 for the 3GB of RAM variant and will go on sale on Amazon India starting January 5. Amazon Prime users purchasing the phone will get an additional 1 year warranty.The 10.or D sports a 5.2-inch HD (720×1280) display and is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor coupled with Andreno 308 GPU. The phone comes in either 2GB or 3GB of RAM and 16GB and 32GB of internal storage, respectively which is expandable via a dedicated memory slot with support for microSD card. The handset also boasts of a fast fingerprint sensor on the back, which promises to unlock the phone in 0.3 seconds (when the phone is on). Optics for the 10.or D include a 13-megapixel rear sensor and a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor similar to the configuration seen on the Redmi 5A. The phone is made out of plastic and sports a smooth matte finish on the back. The speaker grille can be seen on the back as well. Around the frame you’ll see the power button and volume controls on the right, the SIM and microSD card slot on the left, a micro-USB port on the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top.advertisementAlso Read: Amazon Echo Plus review: Alexa will hear you nowThe budget smartphone runs stock Android 7.1.2 although you will get some pre-loaded Amazon apps like Kindle and Prime Video that are non-removable. It is backed by a 3500mAh battery, which promises up to two days of battery life and up to 10 days of standby time. The handset comes with the usual connectivity options like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, micro-USB, 3.5mm headphone jack and support for OTG among other things.last_img read more