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|JINAN http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/adidas-borje-salming-jersey , China, April 23 (Xinhua) -- Head coach Cuca expressed his confusion and disappointment with Chinese Super League giants Shandong Luneng's elimination from AFC Champions League here on Wednesday.
In today's final round of the group stage, Luneng took 1-0 lead in the first half on home turf, but losing 2-1 to J-League's Cerezo Osaka in the end, finishing at the bottom of Group E with five points.
"I am very disappointed. We led by a penalty in the first half, but our opponents scored twice just minutes into the second half http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/adidas-bobby-baun-jersey ," said Cuca at the post-match press conference, adding he was still confused by the two goals fro Cerezo, but he is the one to blame.
"We did have more defenders than their attacking players during their goals, but ours were not in the right place and didn't show the advantage of more players," said Cuca.
At the beginning, Luneng dominated the match. Brazilian striker Vagner Love opened the scoring with a penalty 18 minutes into the match. It was Love's fifth goal at 2014 AFC Champions League http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/adidas-ben-smith-jersey , and he also scored five goals in this season's Chinese Super League.
However, the J-League side netted twice within three minutes into the second half, respectively from Yoichiro Kakitani and the 2010 FIFA World Cup MVP Diego Forlan.
Pohang Steelers from South Koera and Cerezo advanced to the last 16.
It is Luneng's sixth appearance in the AFC Champions League, but they were denied the chance to survive group stage again after their only quarterfinal experience in 2005.
"It is sad to be eliminated at our home pitch. We need to find out why we only got one point from three home games," said Cuca.
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Cuca insisted the team would try best to win the Chinese Super League title.
"I am proud of my players. They managed to come from behind," Cerezo's assistant coach Vladica Grujic hailed his players' goals.
Cerezo will take on defending champions Guangzhou Evergrande in the Round of 16.
Novak Djokovic hits a backhand return to Vasek Pospisil at the Shanghai Masters on Thursday. Photo: CFP
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic dropped a hint that he may split with coach Boris Becker on Thursday, as Nick Kyrgios was hit with a big fine for his Shanghai Masters meltdown.
Djokovic, who says he is taking a fresh mental approach -after struggling in recent months, revealed that he had made no plans about retaining Becker in his team next year.
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Asked what would happen next year, the defending champion said, "We still haven't talked about it."
Becker joined Djokovic's coaching team at the start of 2014 http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/ , helping him win six of his 12 Grand Slam titles and put together one of the all-time great seasons last year.
Speculation about their partnership has grown since the Serb suffered a crisis of -motivation and a series of -injuries since completing a -career Grand Slam at the French Open.
Djokovic lost in Wimbledon's third round and in Round 1 at the Rio Olympics before reaching the US Open final, while also enduring wrist and elbow problems and admitting "private issues."
Djokovic skipped last week's China Open with his wrist injury but he was in impeccable form as he dismantled Canadian qualifier Vasek Pospisil 6-4, 6-4 on Thursday.
Second-ranked Andy Murray, who is gunning for Djokovic's world No.1 crown, was even more impressive as he walloped Lucas Pouille 6-1, 6-3.
Murray didn't face any break points against France's Pouille as http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/adidas-zach-hyman-jersey , like Djokovic, he raced into the last eight without dropping a set.
Separately Australia's Kyrgios received a $16,500 fine after his extraordinary 6-3, 6-1 defeat to 110th-ranked Mischa Zverev where he tanked points and argued with fans.
The combustible world No.14 received the maximum $10,000 fine for "lack of best efforts," plus $5 http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/adidas-william-nylander-jersey ,000 for abusing a spectator and another $1,500 for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Trouble-prone Kyrgios, 21, patted a slow serve into his opponent's court and failed to contest several points in his second-round defeat on Wednesday.
Kyrgios also clashed with the chair umpire and fans, received a code violation for swearing and had a heated argument with one spectator when he was facing match points.
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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ousted 19-year-old Alexander Zverev 6-7 (47), 6-2, 7-5, denying the young German a potential matchup with his older brother http://www.torontomapleleafsteamstore.com/adidas-tyler-bozak-jersey , Mischa.
Zverev's brother Mischa, a decade older at 29, also went three sets against Marcel Granollers of Spain but he won 6-7 (47), 6-4, 6-1 to set up a meeting with Djokovic.
The Zverevs were the first brothers since Olivier and Christophe Rochus at Miami 2006 to reach the last 16 of a Masters tournament.
LONDON， March 24 (Xinhua) -- For those who are worried that the face-recognition cameras at every street corner may invade their privacy， there could be another cause for concern -- a camera that keeps track of people's feet.
Amid concerns that face-recognition cameras "are kind of invasive，" British retail analysis firm Hoxton Analytics has come up with a novel way of measuring footfall - literally by filming people's shoes.
The system can deduce a remarkable amount of information such as age， gender and social class of shoppers from their footwear，the BBC report on Thursday.
"We have cameras at about 50 cm off the ground and it points down so it is less invasive than facial recognition，" Duncan Mann， the chief operating officer at Hoxton Analytics， was quoted as sayi.