Complicated match: “We started bad. We do not play in the first half. In the second we were fine, we played a good game, with more chances of danger. We lost some time. Back in October we lived with lost times and we did it again. It is my responsibility”.Prick: “LaLiga is different from the Super Cup and if you go wrong, the rivals outperform you. We can win and lose against anyone. ”Defensive error in the first goal: “I would have to watch it on television. I hope the VAR serves to add up. ” Ipurua:“It is a very difficult field. Here we won 0-1 or 1-2. Today was a similar game. They took advantage of our neglects in the first half and we were able to score in the second half. We were notified three times and the third was a goal. We did not control the game, there was no great dominance of the opponent but we did not play. They played as always, with intensity, very clear ideas, the concepts that the team needs. I congratulate you. “Increase the distance with the leader: “You have to go slowly, be patient and know what the goal is. We care about us, not those above or below. ”The marker invites to sign a nine: “No, a result does not lead me to think about something we have been talking about for quite some time.”Saul on the left side: “In the second half he played a fantastic game.”
Please welcome the latest member of the growing club of flying dinosaurs, Changyuraptor yangi, pictured here in an artist’s reconstruction. This latest specimen, found in 125-million-year-old sediments in northeastern China, was about 1.2 meters long and is related to a noted group of flying dinosaurs called Microraptor, which has provided important insights into the evolution of powered flight. Like Microraptor, the new specimen had feathers on all four limbs; but its feathery tail, which takes up about 30% of its total length, is the longest known among flying dinosaurs. Changyuraptor, described online today in Nature Communications, weighed 4 kilograms, making it among the heaviest flying dinosaurs known. As for its long tail, the dino probably used it to slow itself down when descending, thus avoiding crash landings.