Feb 23, 2021
Watch Arsenal legend Santi Cazorla’s brilliant goal spark wild scenes in Qatar thanks to last-minute Al Sadd winner
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SANTI CAZORLA continues to tear up the Qatar Stars League and sent his fans into raptures with a brilliant late winner on Monday night.
Al Sadd were losing to Al Arabi going into the final moments of the game.3Santi Cazorla struck a stunning winner for Qatari league leaders Al Sadd 3The goal was the Spaniard's 13th of the season
As the clock hit 90 minutes, Baghdad Bounedjah headed the Doha club level before Cazorla's heroics.
A cross from the left beat the attackers and was not cleared properly, falling to the Spaniard on the edge of the area.
Taking a touch, he then fired a blistering volley past the goalkeeper and into the far corner of the net.
Fans inside Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium celebrated wildly, the camera showing one youngster bouncing up and down while waving a flag.
Cazorla was mobbed by his team-mates before cupping his ears to the booming stands.
The moment marked his 13th goal in 20 appearances this season, having fired Al Sadd to the Qatar Cup final with a late penalty against Al Rayyan on Thursday.
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Coached by Barcelona icon Xavi, the unbeaten team sit top of the Stars League, 13 points clear of second place.
Cazorla, 36, signed from Villarreal last summer after fighting off a horrific foot injury to reignite his career.
The midfielder damaged his Achilles tendon in October 2016 and contracted gangrene after eight operations on the issue, before finally returning to the pitch with the Yellow Submarine two years later.
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Future Leaders Winner Wants Expand Science Experimentation With Computers
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. (CBS4) – Every month during the school year, CBS4, along with PDC Energy honor a high school student who’s excelling in science, technology, engineering or math. The Future Leaders winner gets $1,000 and a profile on CBS4 News.
This month’s winner is Nicole Chen. She’s a senior at Cherry Creek High School, and her passion is computer sciences.
Nicole Chen (credit CBS)
“By junior year, I became my teacher’s assistant for the computer science at Creek. And I’m super involved in the coding clubs, and competitions at Cherry Creek High School,” Chen explained.
Chen has reached outside her high school for opportunities to learn more coding, and computer applications. She got an internship at the MIRRORLab at the Colorado School of Mines.
“My project focuses on developing a machine learning algorithm that better helps robots conform to human socio-linguistic norms,” Chen told CBS4 Meteorologist Ashton Altieri.
“So literally trying to make robots as human-like as possible?” Altieri asked.
“Yes,” Chen responded with a laugh.
Nichole is so passionate about computer science, she started a camp.
“The camps focus on teaching Java and processing to middle school students,” she said.
DTC Computer Camp (credit Nicole Chen)
DTC Computer Camps is a registered 501-c-3. Chen started the organization in 2017. She pairs high school volunteers with middle school students to learn coding. And when coronavirus hit, she took the whole program online.
“Because it’s local, and because we have high school students teaching these middle school students, there are strong connections that are made,” she said.
Chen also did an internship at the BIOelectrics Neuroscience Lab on the Anschutz Medical Campus. She helped to construct optic fiber brain implants using cannulas and used MATLAB to perform data analysis to establish a correlation between neural activity in the motor cortex and forelimb reach tasks.
“Specifically in my project, I focused on how the motor cortex improves coordination among patients, which can potentially help patients with paralysis, epilepsy, and Parkinson’s disease,” she explained.
“What was your personal take-away with being involved with something so substantial as that?” Altieri asked.
“This was my first computer science internship, so the first time I was able to dive into code from beyond the classroom. And ultimately the connections I was able to make between computer science, psychology, biology…have allowed me to see my code from beyond the computer screen and into real life,” she replied.
When she’s not coding, Nicole enjoys speech and debate. She has a part-time job, and she’s nationally ranked in fencing. She has dozens of medals and plaques to prove it.
“Fencing is sort of lie physical chess. There is a mental and physical aspect to the sport,” she told CBS4.
Chen is getting ready for her next chapter in college. She plans to continue exploring how coding and computers can be used to expand other science disciplines.
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