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Why Joshua Garcia’s Instagram slip was uncomfortable for many

JoshLia fans were shocked when Joshua Garcia directly messaged a girl on Instagram that is not his rumored beau Julia Barretto. The actor noticed an Instagram photo of Dane Rhea Sillo in a backless swimsuit, to which he posted a private comment “Art shot” complete with a thumbs up emoji. Sillo shared a screenshot of it […].....»»

Category: newsSource: interaksyon interaksyonApr 12th, 2018

LOOK: Kris Aquino on first day of shooting of ‘JoshLia’ film

The Queen of All Media is officially back on the big screen. Aquino is set to star in "I Love You, Hater", Star Cinema's latest film involving onscreen and real life love birds Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto. This is Aquino's comeback to ABS-CBN after leaving the network giant about two years ago, and she is nothing but excited. Last Tuesday, April 24, Aquino shared a snap on Instagram showing them on the first day of the movie shoot. She took note of how friendly Garcia was, approaching her and talking to her as soon as she arrived. She also commended Barretto for still looking fresh, beautiful and positive despite obviously being so tired. A post shared by Kris C. ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Kris Aquino on first day of shooting of ‘JoshLia’ film.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 26th, 2018

Kris Aquino talks about role in upcoming JoshLia movie

MANILA, Philippines – Kris Aquino is set to make her big screen comeback alongside Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto in Star Cinema’s I Love You Hater, and the "Queen of All Media" was generous with the details of her new role – and the rest of the movie. In an Instagram ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 24th, 2018

Dennis Padilla to Joshua Garcia: ‘Make sure I don’t need to turn into an action star’

Dennis Padilla hopes Joshua Garcia won't give him a reason to turn into an action star --- this the comedian said as a response to the current issues hounding Garcia who is the love team partner of his daughter Julia Barretto. JoshLia fans have recently speculated that Garcia and Barretto had broken up, after Garcia complimented another girl on Instagram through the sending of a private message, which the girl revealed to the public. Garcia clarified the story during an interview on the TV talk show "Tonight With Boy Abunda". The actor said that thought it has not been easy, he and Barretto were able to sort things out. The comedian didn't want to be too involved in the relatio...Keep on reading: Dennis Padilla to Joshua Garcia: ‘Make sure I don’t need to turn into an action star’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 12th, 2018

Where Did Joshua Garcia Take Julia Barretto For a Surprise Valentine’s Day Date?

When we last spoke to #JoshLia, Joshua Garcia shared to us that he likes surprising Julia Barretto with dates. One time he blindfolded Julia and drove her around, only to bring her back at home to a dinner setup. (Watch our video to hear the full story.) For Valentine's Day (or the night before), Joshua pulled off another surprise for Julia. In an Instagram post from Owa Merelino, we see Julia and Joshua having dinner in a garden. They're surrounded with lights forming a heart, as well as heart-shaped balloons. A post shared by Owa Merelino (@owamerelino) on Feb 13, 2018 at 6:19am PST Joshua also posted a photo of Julia with a big bouquet of roses. Look at her ...Keep on reading: Where Did Joshua Garcia Take Julia Barretto For a Surprise Valentine’s Day Date?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

LOOK: Julia Barretto explores South Korea with mom Marjorie

Julia Barretto recently flew to South Korea and spent time with her mom Marjorie Barretto. The mother-daughter duo arrived in South Korea around three days ago. Julia uploaded several photos of their travels on Instagram. In one set of photos shot in an open field, Julia wrote on the caption, "Wish you were here." Fans and followers assumed the actress referred to actor Joshua Garcia, her love team partner. The ladies also tried on South Korea's traditional garb, the hanbok. JB RELATED STORIES: Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia excited to star in movie with 'iconic' Sharon Cuneta, Robin Padilla ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Julia Barretto explores South Korea with mom Marjorie.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 8th, 2017

Joshua, Julia inspire Kris to do new movie

THE love team of Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto, that scored their first hit on the big screen in “Vince, Kath & James” in 2016, followed by “Love You to the Stars and Back” and “Unexpectedly Yours” in 2017, is now back in their fourth screen outing, “I Love You,….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated News14 hr. 12 min. ago

What happened when Kris Aquino and Bimby reached out to James Yap on Father s Day?

went live on Facebook and Instagram once again but this time on a positive note. She was joined by her sons Bimby and Joshua. It started off with surprise videos from her kids to celebrate her on F.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 19th, 2018

What happened when Kris Aquino and Bimby reached out to James Yap on Father’s Day?

Yesterday, Kris Aquino went live on Facebook and Instagram once again but this time on a positive note. She was joined by her sons Bimby and Joshua. It started off with surprise videos from her kids to celebrate her on Father's Day. Bimby then went on to ask her some questions including a moment wherein she was proud of him. Kris then shared a story that was quite recent. "I've been doing this movie and there are certain things in that movie, there was a line there na na-affect po talaga ako," Kris said. "My proudest moment for you is that I said to you, 'How could I effectively deliver those lines if I can't make it true in my heart, right?' There was a message there about forg...Keep on reading: What happened when Kris Aquino and Bimby reached out to James Yap on Father’s Day?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 18th, 2018

PBA: Balkman s 43 points lift Beermen to crucial win over TNT

Crucial victory for the reigning champions. San Miguel had superior composure in the end, taking a big 99-94 win over rival TNT Saturday in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the MOA Arena. The Beermen got 43 points from import Renaldo Balkman and the defending champions avoided back-to-back defeats, improving to a 4-4 record to maintain its playoff spot. San Miguel actually forced a three-way tie with Magnolia and Globalport for the 5th-7th spots. "This a badly needed win," head coach Leo Austria said. "Thankful kami na we were able to survive TNT. They [Beermen] know the importance of this game," he added. [Related: PBA: Romeo, Lassiter ejected from TNT-SMB game for getting into each other's face] The Beermen opened up a 15-point lead in the first half, 42-27, but that evaporated in the fourth as things got heated between both teams. Terrence Romeo and Marcio Lassiter were ejected in the first half for a pair of technical fouls while Arwind Santos and Anthony Semerad were also thrown out in the fourth for getting flagrant 2 fouls. [Related: PBA: Arwind ejected from SMB-TNT game for flagrant 2] Tied at 83 with 7:36 to go, the Beermen mounted an 11-3 run behind Balkman, taking some much-needed cushion to hold on for the win in the end. Balkman led the way with 43 points, 26 in the first half. He also had 15 rebounds and six blocks. Four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo added 19 points for the Beermen. The KaTropa, who took their second straight loss for a 6-3 record, got 26 points and 18 rebounds from import Joshua Smith.   The Scores: San Miguel (99): Balkman 43, Fajardo 19, Cabagnot 12, Ross 7, Lassiter 7, Santos 7, Pessumal 4, Ganuelas-Rosser 0, Lanete 0 TNT (94): Smith 26, Pogoy 13, Trollano 13, Rosario 8, Williams 8, Castro 7, Semerad 6, Reyes 6, Cruz 3, Romeo 2, Garcia 2, Taha 0    Quarter scores: 33-22, 55-46, 79-72, 99-94   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintg8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

Rose practicing patience, perspective in the majors

By Doug Ferguson, Associated Press SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Justin Rose was coming up on 15 years as a pro and still didn't have a major. What he found was perspective. "Between 30 and 40, that's going to be my opportunity to go really out and get things done," Rose said. "That's 40 major championships. I'm going to create chances with those 40. I'm going to be on leaderboards." More than getting into weekend conditions, however, was realizing that it wasn't always going to work out. It was OK to fail. That was the secret to playing so well under pressure at Merion, where he broke through in the 2013 U.S. Open. "I think what happened to me at Merion, I also realized I'm going to win majors, and I'm also going to lose majors," he said. "You can't skip through your career without one or two slipping through the net. It's a byproduct of being on the leaderboard that those things happen. So I wasn't scared of losing, and that helped me win my first major championship. I wasn't shying away from the pressure of trying to win my first major." Rose had top 10s in the majors, but he didn't have a lot of chances in his 20s. The lone exception was 2007 at the Masters, where he started the final round one shot out of the lead, closed with a 73 and finished three shots back. Since his victory at Merion, he played in the final group at the 2015 Masters and couldn't make up any ground on Jordan Spieth's four-shot lead, and he lost a two-shot lead on the back nine in the 2017 Masters before losing in a playoff to Sergio Garcia. He also started three back on the final day at St. Andrews in 2015. "Ideally in your career, you grasp more than slip away, right?" he said. "But it's a byproduct of being a good player and being on the leaderboard that both things are going to happen." The message applies to Rickie Fowler, who finished one shot behind Patrick Reed at the Masters. Fowler also had a share of the lead on the back nine at Valhalla in the 2014 PGA Championship, and he played in the final group at two majors that same year. A year ago at the U.S. Open, Fowler started the final round two shots behind. "He's creating those opportunities," Rose said. "He played plenty well enough at the Masters that it could have been his year. He will let one or two go in the future. He's going to be on the leaderboard for a long, long time, and I'm sure things are going to line up for him more than once." ___ WEDDING BELLS Rickie Fowler was lugging around something and it was high time he got rid of it. So he asked girlfriend Allison Stokke to marry him while they were on a Long Island beach. "There was nothing planned out," Fowler said Wednesday, four days after he and Stokke, a former track and field athlete at Cal, got engaged. "I just really didn't want to carry the ring around any longer." That comment drew hearty laughter at a news conference for the U.S. Open. "So it worked out perfectly," he added. "We kept things very, very casual. And like I said, I didn't have anything planned out. ... I didn't want to have to keep toting that thing around for that long." Fowler got traditional, getting down on his knees to ask for her hand in marriage. Waves broke against the shore just behind the couple as Fowler's friend and PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas snapped photos. ___ PEBBLES IN THE SAND The USGA has a local rule for Shinnecock Hills in this U.S. Open that allows players to remove stones and pebbles from bunkers without penalty. Phil Mickelson could have used that 14 years ago. Tied for the lead with two holes to play, Mickelson made double bogey from the bunker on the 17th hole and finished two behind Retief Goosen. Mickelson never talked about the bunker shot after his round, but Fred Funk revealed what happened in a 2014 interview. There was a small rock under his ball. "We didn't know the rock was there, but you could hear it," said Funk, who played with Mickelson in the final round. "Phil showed me his pitching wedge. But he never said anything about it (to the media)." Mickelson's shot ran out about 5 or 6 feet above the hole. The bigger problem was running the putt by 4 feet and missing the comebacker. Funk thought small rocks could be removed as long as the player could see it, though the USGA confirmed the local rule was not in effect in 2004. ___ ALL-AMERICAN This year's U.S. Open will be a chance to celebrate the state of golf in the country. Americans hold all four of golf's major trophies for the first time since 2004. Patrick Reed won the Masters this year, joining PGA champion Justin Thomas, British Open champion Jordan Spieth and last year's U.S. Open winner, Brooks Koepka. The last time that happened was 2004, when Phil Mickelson won his first major. At the time, Jim Furyk (U.S. Open), Ben Curtis (British) and Shaun Micheel were the reigning champions. But it's not just the majors. The United States also won the most recent Ryder Cup, Presidents Cup, Solheim Cup and Walker Cup. Rory McIlroy, who hopes to end the streak, attributed it to golf going in cycles. And he said some of the credit goes to Tiger Woods. "European golf was very healthy a few years ago for a long time," he said. "It seemed every major, someone from the island of Ireland turned up to, we were winning it. It doesn't seem that long ago. But the great young players from this country, they're playing well. They have probably a couple of guys, but one in particular that they try to emulate who's back out here playing, and he's become a friend of theirs. "I think that's been a huge part of all this," he said. "A lot of these guys have gotten to know Tiger. And being able to say, 'OK, this is what he does, and we might not be able to achieve everything that he has, but you can at least try to do that.' I think that's been a huge thing for Ryder Cups and Presidents Cups, and them as individuals." ___ AP Sports Writers Barry Wilner and Jimmy Golen contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

'ChalkLovesJoshLia: Joshua Garcia & Julia Barretto On Breaking Through The Challenges Of Their Craft

This unstoppable tandem has stood their ground through and through......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

'ChalkLovesJoshLia: Joshua Garcia Talks About Learning From His Mistakes

He's far from perfect, but he's growing with every lesson......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018
Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

'ChalkLovesJoshLia: Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia Open Up About Their Enduring Connection

There's no stopping these two from reaching even bigger heights......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 11th, 2018

The Golden State Warriors cannot relax now, or else

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Learn from your mistakes, Golden State. Learn from how one got away in 2016. Learn from how sleepwalking through the third quarter on Sunday night (Monday, PHL time) made Game 2 of this series much more interesting than it ever should have been, at least until Stephen Curry went wild in the fourth quarter. Learn from Boston, both this year and six years ago. Learn from what cost San Antonio a title in 2013, too. Don’t give LeBron James hope. Or else. Golden State leads these NBA Finals 2-0, after a 122-103 win put the defending champions two wins away from what would be their third title in the last four seasons. Only four teams have ever wasted a 2-0 lead in the finals — and Golden State is one of them, letting a championship ring slip away against James and the Cavaliers two years ago. The series shifts to Cleveland for Game 3 on Wednesday night (Thursday, PHL time). James looked exhausted when Game 2 was over, but he’ll be somewhat rested by then. And he will most definitely be fueled by a boisterous home crowd that will want to both give him an immediate lift — and make one last series of impressions before he goes into free agency and considers leaving the Cavaliers again next month. Game 3 is everything for the Cavs. If they go down 3-0, series over. Game 3 has to be everything for the Warriors as well. They know it, too. “I think because we’ve been here several times, I don’t think I’ll need to say much,” Golden State coach Steve Kerr said. “Guys in the locker room, they already know that.” They better. Boston had James in a 2-0 hole this year, then lost Games 3 and 4 in Cleveland and wound up falling in seven. The Celtics had him and the Heat down 3-2 in the Eastern Conference finals in 2012, and couldn’t finish. The Spurs led 3-2 in the 2013 NBA Finals, had a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter of Game 6, and came undone. The Warriors led 2-0 and 3-1 in 2016. This is not the same Golden State team (Kevin Durant helps). This is not the same Cleveland team (Kyrie Irving would really help). But the Warriors would be foolish to not remember that series, not to remember the ultimate cautionary tale. They’re saying all the right things. “It’s nothing to feel happy about being up 2-0,” Warriors guard Klay Thompson said. “This [Cleveland] team plays great at home and we expect their other guys to play better at home too, not just LeBron. So we’re not going to relax at all because this team’s been down and out before and counted out by the media. We’re not going to focus on that. We’re just going to focus on what we can do to win Game 3.” This series at times has been the Cavaliers versus the cavalier. Golden State was fortunate to win Game 1, and realized as such. The Warriors should have been up much bigger than 13 at halftime of Game 2, and found themselves in a dogfight instead of a victory lap in the third quarter when the Cavs got within five on a number of occasions. It took things like JaVale McGee going 6-for-6 and David West stepping up in a critical late-third-quarter moment to hit his first three-pointer in seven months to help the Warriors keep the Cavs at bay Sunday, until Curry ran wild late on his way to a NBA Finals record nine three's and turn the game into a rout. It took James, grotesque-looking eye and all, playing like his version of a mere mortal — 29 points, 13 assists, nine rebounds, 10-for-20 shooting. “It was too easy for them,” Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said of the Warriors. Give Golden State credit. They adjusted nicely against James after his 51-point barrage in Game 1. They took a page from the 2014 Spurs — who beat James in five games in the NBA Finals that year, the end of his Miami era — and routinely picked him up 30 to 40 feet away from the basket. Do that, and more often than not James will say that giving up the ball is the right play. The Warriors welcome that. They want the other Cavs to have to beat them. The formula worked Sunday (Monday, PHL time). They just have to do it twice more to win another title. And just like the Warriors on the not-wanting-to-relax front, James said he hopes the Cavaliers continue feeling uncomfortable as well. “Just because we’re going home doesn’t mean we can relax,” James said. “This is the last team in the world you want to relax against. They’ve proven they can win on someone else’s floor, no matter if it’s through adversity as people may call it like when they were going through the Rockets series or whatever the case may be.” It’s often been said, even by James himself, that a series doesn’t really start until one team wins on the other’s home floor. All Golden State has done so far has hold serve. That’s true. But by the close of business Wednesday night (Thursday, PHL time), we’ll know if this is a series or not. ___ Tim Reynolds is a national basketball writer for The Associated Press. Write to him at treynolds@ap.org.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 4th, 2018

Le Tour de Filipinas: Cariño brothers top laborious Stage 3

The Cariño brothers proved that excellence runs in the family as Philippine Navy-Standard Insurance’s El Joshua and 7-Eleven Cliqq RoadBike Philippines’ Daniel Ven made a historic 1-2 finish in the arduous Stage 3 of the 2018 Le Tour de Filipinas. The Cariño brothers thrived under sweltering conditions as they made a decisive breakaway in the town of Sta. Barbara, some 30 kilometers from Lingayen, before they engaged themselves in a mad dash to the finish in front of their fellow Pangasinenses near the Pangasinan Provincial Capitol. However, it was El Joshua who crossed the finish line first after the taxing 185.20-km trek that started in Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya, and ran through the crowded roads of the country’s cycling hotbed in four hours, 28 minutes and 56 seconds for his breakthrough lap win in the annual race. The impressive performance by the Cariños also caused big changes in the general classifications, with El Joshua, 25, jumping from ninth spot to the top of the general classification with an aggregate time of 8:17:23 that enabled him to wrest the coveted yellow jersey from fellow Navyman Ronald Oranza. Oranza, the Stage 2 winner, struggled this time and checked in at 15th overall, causing him to slip down to third spot, a minute and 41 seconds off the pace going to the fourth and final stage on Wednesday, a back-breaking 154.65-km trek to Baguio City made tougher by a Hors Category climb in the treacherous Kennon Road. Meanwhile, Daniel Ven, 19, remained in strong contention as he moved up from 11th spot to second overall, just four seconds behind El Joshua. However, the Cariño brothers, who both hail from Mangaldan, some 22kms away from here, already pulled off an astonishing feat by becoming the first Filipino siblings to make a 1-2 finish in the only International Cycling Union-sanctioned road race in the country. “Gusto namin gumawa ng history sa cycling na magkapatid na nanalo sa UCI,” said El Joshua, savoring the feat in the presence of their father Bienvenido, 78. “Madali sa aming dalawa kasi magkapatid kami. Dream come true kasi history talaga ‘yun.” Philippine national team Mervin Corpuz, one of the country’s promising riders, checked in a minute and 30 seconds behind the Cariños to cap another strong showing by local hopefuls who occupy seven spots in the Top 10 so far. Navyman Jan Paul Morales, still the green jersey holder as the best sprinter, is running at fifth with a clocking of 8:19:11, followed by 2014 champion Mark Galedo (seventh, 8:19:17) and Marcelo Felipe (eighth, 8:19:17) of 7-Eleven Cliqq RoadBike Philippines and Navy’s climbing specialist Junrey Navarra (ninth, 8:19:30). Korean Jung Hajeon of Uijeaongbu Cycling Team continued to be the best foreigner so far after he checked in at sixth in the stage. But he slipped two rungs lower down to fourth in the GC rankings with a total time of 8:19:11. A pair of foreign riders still in the Top 10 are Indonesian Aiman Cahyadi of Team Sapura, who moved a rung lower to sixth with an aggregate time of 8:19:14, and Terengganu’s Eritrean rider Metkel Eyo who slid down from fourth to 10th overall with 8:20:11 clocking. In the team classifications, the irrepressible Navymen continued to show the way with a total time of 25 hours, 56 minutes and four seconds, just three seconds ahead of Team 7-Eleven. Uijeongbu Cycling Team is at third, more than 12 minutes behind. It was the Cariño brothers, however, who put on a show as they pounced on their weary rivals in the homestretch, with the sweltering heat making it tougher on the field which has been split to several groups after repeated attacks early on. “Bago kami umatake, sabi ko, ‘Tara na!’” shared El Joshua. “Hindi naman maghahabol ‘yung 7-11 kasi 7-11 siya, tapos ganun din sa teammates ko. Kaya ‘yung gameplan namin, natuloy talaga. Hinayaan namin ‘yung mga foreigners na maghabol. Nagkataon siguro na pagod talaga ‘yung mga foreigners. Na-tsambahan namin.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018

LOOK: Bangs Garcia’s baby Amelia gets baptized in England

An overjoyed Bangs Garcia with her British-Filipino businessman husband Lloyd Birchmore celebrated their baby daughter's May 20 christening in England. The parents were beaming with pride, as their darling Amelia became the charming center of attention for the day. Garcia shared the best photos from her little one's special day on Instagram yesterday, May 21. The elated Garcia had this wish for Amelia for her christening: "My precious daughter, Amelia, may your heart be kind, your spirit strong to see the good and right the wrong. May Lord Jesus create an [armor] of grace and luck around you that will protect and keep you safe all your life." "This is just the beginning of your ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Bangs Garcia’s baby Amelia gets baptized in England.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018

FULL LIST: Nominees, FAMAS awards 2018

MANILA, Philippines – The nominees for the 2018 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) awards were announced on Thursday, May 3.  Ang Larawan, Birdshot and Respeto lead this year's list of Best Picture nominees. Rapper Abra, Dngdong Dantes, Joshua Garcia, Bembol Roco, and Allen Dizon are among those being ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 4th, 2018

Bimby Aquino Doesn’t Care If You Bash Him Online

We've seen too many times how blunt Kris Aquino can be. We've collected some of her infamous clapbacks and brutally honest posts as proof of that. But you know who else has quotable quotes that are worth hearing? Her son, Bimby. We saw a glimpse of Bimby's humor and straightforwardness when he would tease Kris about having a new boyfriendand comment on the harsh words that were said to him. He also wrote a note to Joshua Garcia about being their "adopted" brother. One part read, "I can teach you to be good and respectful to women. [If] you are a good boy, you shall be rewarded in heaven. But if you are a bad boy, you shall burn." Not what you'd expect an 11-year-old would say, and...Keep on reading: Bimby Aquino Doesn’t Care If You Bash Him Online.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

Bayern keeper can t explain costly mistake against Madrid

MUNICH (AP) — Bayern Munich goalkeeper Sven Ulreich "can't explain" how he made a crucial mistake that allowed Real Madrid score a second goal in the Champions League semifinals. The teams were level at 1-1 at the start of the second half when Corentin Tolisso, under pressure from Toni Kroos, played a short back-pass to Ulreich. The Bayern goalkeeper would have reached the ball ahead of Karim Benzema but he appeared to realize late that he wasn't allowed to pick it up. Instead, he attempted to clear it with his foot but let the ball slip through for Benzema to score.   Worte können nicht beschreiben wie enttäuscht ich über das Ausscheiden in der CL bin. Wir wollten unbedingt ins Finale und wir haben unser Bestes gegeben und dann passiert mir dieser unnötige Fehler. Ich kann es mir nicht erklären. Es tut mir leid... für mein Team und für euch Fans. #weiterimmerweiter A post shared by Sven Ulreich (@svenulreichoffiziell) on May 2, 2018 at 1:40am PDT "Words cannot describe how disappointed I am over the Champions League exit. We really wanted to reach the final and we gave our best and then this unnecessary mistake happened to me," Ulreich wrote on Instagram. "I can't explain it. I'm sorry. for my team and for you fans." Bayern ended up with a 2-2 draw, but Madrid progressed to its third consecutive final with a 4-3 aggregate win following a 2-1 victory in Munich last week. Ulreich, who had been playing well while filling in for the injured Manuel Neuer this season, sat alone on the field long after the final whistle. Bayern fans responded positively to his message on Instagram......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018