Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A teenager was killed and another was wounded in a shooting in Wyandanch over Labor Day weekend, Suffolk County police said.Malik Stoddart, 18, of Wyandanch, and a 19-year-old man were shot while standing with a group of people on Irving Avenue near the corner of Doe Street at 11:25 p.m. on Sunday, police said.Stoddart was pronounced dead at the scene while the other teen was taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on this case to call them at 631-852-6392 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.
French defender Raphael Varane has penned a new five-year contract with European champions Real Madrid until 2022.Varane, 24, joined Real Madrid from French side Lens and has since become a mainstay in the Spanish champions’ starting XI.The French centre back has helped Real Madrid win three UEFA Champions League (UCL) titles in four years and has been rewarded with a new dealRaphael Varane, who has made seven appearances so far this season, signed his previous contract at Real Madrid in 2014 and it was due to expire in June 2020.RelatedLa Liga Preview: Dembele Set For Derby As Champions Hope To Bounce BackSeptember 9, 2017In “Spain”UCL: Lyon Stun Juventus, Man City Oust Real Madrid To Reach QuarterfinalAugust 7, 2020In “Europe”Five Things Neymar Wants Before Moving To Real MadridMarch 1, 2019In “France”
Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Bruno Fernandes says his stellar form since he arrived at Manchester United in January is not the only reason why the club’s fortunes have improved on the pitch.After an inconsistent first half of the season, United are unbeaten in the nine games Fernandes has featured in since his £47 million ($58 million) move from Sporting Lisbon.In the Premier League, United are unbeaten in five games and up to fifth place, firmly in the battle for Champions League places.The midfielder has scored three goals and made four assists.“I see the same team from one month ago,” the Portugal international told Sky Sports. “I think we are the same and have a lot of hunger to win, to give a lot, to do better and better in every game.“In the last month, we’ve had a lot of really good games and I think we can talk about a new start after Bruno, but it’s not about Bruno, it’s about the team.”The 25-year-old said he was a different player from his team-mates.“Everyone has a different mould to play,” he said. “Maybe I take more risks, maybe other players don’t take as many, maybe I shoot more, some players pass more, some of the players make more tackles, everyone is different in a club.” FILE PHOTO: Bruno Fernandes Fernandes shone in last week’s derby victory over Manchester City at Old Trafford and got involved in a spat with opposition manager Pep Guardiola late in the game.The pair exchanged words and Fernandes then put a finger to his lips, gesturing for Spaniard Guardiola to be quiet.Asked about the incident, Fernandes said: “I talked about this with some friends. Some people think, ‘Pep won everything, who is Bruno to do this to him?’“I think it’s about respect. Now, when I’m outside of the pitch and calm, I don’t do this again if I’m on the pitch now but in that moment, the words he tells make me mad and I’m a little bit nervous and this is the kind of player I am.”Fernandes said he jumped at the chance to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.“I talked with Sporting, who had already had some discussions with Man United about my transfer and when they talk with me, I told them my first choice was Man United and it’s what I need for my career,” he said.The Premier League season was suspended on Friday due to the coronavirus pandemic.