Chorus, top historical scorer of a Indian Super League in which he has scored 42 goals in 49 games, received the award on a historic day for FC Goa. The team led by Sergio Lobera became the first club to reach 100 games in the Asian competition. A milestone they celebrated defeating North East United 2-0 with own goals Chorus Y Komorski In own door.With his goal against North east, Ferrán Corominas tied Krishna (ATK) as top scorer of this edition of the Indian Super League. The Spanish striker has scored eight goals in eight games, which has given his team five fundamental points to stay at the top of the table. The ATK by Antonio López Habas could equal 24 points if he defeats next Sunday at Kerala Blasters. Ferrán Corominas he was named best player of december in the Indian Super League despite missing two of the five games that his team, FC Goa, played during that period. The Catalan striker prevailed in the voting to his partner Brandon Fernandes, Roy Krishna (ATK), Rafael Crivellaro (Chennaiyin) and Messi Bouli (Kerala Blasters) thanks to the four goals he signed and that they were fundamental so that the ‘gaurs’ reached the first position of the table.
Patrick Timm is a local weather specialist. His column appears Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Reach him at http://patricktimm.com. Skies were mostly clear except for some high, thin clouds in the afternoon Wednesday, but those did little to stop the thermometer from rising. Highs in many Vancouver neighborhoods reached 80 degrees, some 8 degrees above average. The official high as of 5 p.m. was 78 degrees.I hope you soaked in some of that vitamin D as today will be the last warm and bright day for a few days. The well-advertised wet and cool weather system is still on tap for Friday with rain arriving by evening. It will begin in the morning hours along the coast. We can call it a rainy weekend.I think that locally we will see a good half- to 1 inch of rain, and our weather watchers in the foothills will receive more than that. They will be the wettest days in some two months. It is a mixed blessing. The big parade is on Saturday in Portland, so not the best conditions, but we really need a good soaking. Desperately.This system dropping in from the Gulf of Alaska is one we would expect in late March or April. The upper reaches of our Cascade peaks will get snow mainly above 5,000 feet. Factor that in if you are heading to higher elevations for camping or hiking this weekend.The other danger is, we have a chance of thunderstorms including lightning. That would come after the main steady rain is past and we turn to showers the remainder of the weekend. I mention this possibility because of the many outdoor activities taking place. It is possible to have some hail and rainbows between showers.