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Opposition senatorial candidates Samira Gutoc, Erin Tanada and Florin Hilbay have conceded their defeat in the midterm elections but vowed to remain vigilant as two other fellow Otso Diretso candidates, Sen.
Ghana came in second place with four points also, but scored three goals and conceded two, while Cameroon ranked third with three points collected from three draws.
"Then we had the foul that wasn't and we conceded a goal but at that point we were close because Atsu had a chance and then we had more space.
PSG claimed the Ligue 1 title on April 21 despite enduring a torrid month at the back in which they conceded 14 goals in five league games - having conceded just 16 in their 29 previous league encounters.
Activist investor Edward Bramson has conceded defeat in a bid for a board seat at Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC).
Summary: Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Apr 30 (ANI): Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman conceded the most number of runs for an overseas bowler in the Indian Premier League (IPL) history on Monday.
That was a big blow and Bay conceded a second goal from another Corrigan corner on 56 minutes when Aaron Morris was allowed a free header.
Since then they've played one other member of the big six - Liverpool - and conceded ten corners.
That looked to be the case for the opening 13 Premier League games, when the Blues conceded just five goals in a remarkable start to the season.
Goldson& KATIC GAMES PLAYED 7 GOALS CONCEDED 7 POINTS DROPPED 7 Gerrard enthused about his first-choice pairing early in the season.
It was the first Premier League goal Liverpool had conceded at Anfield since February, a run of 918 minutes - just 16 short of the club record.