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[/sport/teampages/rangers.html Rangers] may have thrown away a 2-0 lead in their [/sport/europa-league/index.html Europa League] clash at home to Benfica on Thursday, but the tie marked an incredible 60th goal of the season for Steven Gerrard's men.<br>No side across Europe's top 11 leagues have outscored the Gers, who have also maintained an unbeaten start to the season which is now at 22 games.<br>Gerrard's side are desperate to stop [/sport/teampages/celtic.html Celtic] recording ten Scottish league titles in a row and they currently lead the table 11 points ahead of Neil Lennon's men albeit having played two games more.<br>         Scott Arfield celebrates scoring for Rangers in their 2-2 draw with Benfica on Thursday<br>         The game marked the 60th goal of the season scored by Steven Gerrard's (above) men <br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/sport/football/article-8993915/Manchester-United-planning-quiet-January-transfer-window-despite-missing-Jadon-Sancho.html  Manchester United planning a quiet January transfer window...] [/sport/football/article-8993597/Chelsea-boss-Frank-Lampard-reveals-Christian-Pulisic-contention-Tottenham-clash.html  Chelsea boss Frank Lampard praises lethal record of...] [/sport/football/article-8993689/Pep-Guardiola-vows-Manchester-City-goal-glut-way-following-FOURTEEN-year-low.html  'We'll get what we deserve': Pep Guardiola vows that a...] [/sport/football/article-8993859/Wayne-Rooney-reveals-played-game-career.html  Wayne Rooney reveals he may have ALREADY played the last...]    <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br>35 shares<br><br><br><br> While no major side in Europe can match the tally of Gerrard's team, Bayern Munich may claim to be the most clinical side in front of goal so far this term.<br>Although the German giants trail Rangers by nine goals, they are averaging nearly three-and-a-half goals per game and [https://kynghidongduong.vn/blog/le-hoi-hoa-tam-giac-mach-ha-giang-va-nhung-diem-check-in-voi-hoa-dep-nhat.html kynghidongduong.vn] the vast majority of their goals have come in the Bundesliga as well as the Champions League.<br>In fact, Rangers saw 10 of their goals come in the Europa League qualifiers, including a 5-0 thrashing of minnows Lincoln Red Imps.<br>Red Bull Salzburg are a surprising third on the list from Austria, but have seen 13 of their 51 goals come against unfancied teams in the Austrian Cup [https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&gl=us&tbm=nws&q=-%20winning&btnI=lucky - winning] one of their games 10-0. <br>         Bayern Munich remain the most clinical though with Robert Lewandowski (above) helping them achieve a strike rate of just under three-and-a-half goals per game<br>         Tottenham's 4-0 win over Ludogorets on Thursday makes them the top scoring English side<br>         Jose Mourinho's men also narrowly boast the best goals-per-game average in England<br>The amount of games already played in Scotland see Celtic also high up in fourth on 48 goals, while League Cup group fixtures in the country also see many teams in the top flight feature in the list including rock bottom Hamilton.<br>Ajax round off the top five with 44 goals much in part thanks to their incredible 13-0 Dutch top flight victory at Venlo back in October.<br>Having played four more games than Ajax, Tottenham Hotspur in sixth are the top Premier League club with 44 goals.<br><br>Even though Jose Mourinho's side have played more games than their English rivals, the Premier League leaders still boast the best goals-per-game average, narrowly edging out Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton at just over two-and-a-half goals per game.<br>Chelsea are ranked as the second best team in England and eighth overall, so goals are sure to be expected when they face their London rivals Spurs on Sunday at Stamford Bridge.<br>         Chelsea though do not trail their London rivals by much ahead of their clash on Sunday<br>        Despite being ranked down in 32nd, Barcelona are the most prolific club in Spain<br>The Reds meanwhile are 11th overall - 10 places ahead of their Merseyside rivals - and 12 ahead of bitter enemies Manchester United.<br>Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men shot up the rankings thanks to their 4-1 win over Istanbul Basaksehir in their mid-week Champions League clash, while their local rivals City have paid the price for a stuttering start to the season down in 47th alongside Italian champions Juventus.<br>Despite scoring the fewest Premier League goals outside the bottom four with nine, Arsenal's Europa League exploits and a few goals from the League Cup and Community Shield see them creep into the list in 56th.<br>Spain's late start to the season as well as a lack of domestic cup competitions see them suffer the most, with their top ranked team being Barcelona with 28 goals having only played 12 matches,  [https://kynghidongduong.vn/blog/le-hoi-hoa-tam-giac-mach-ha-giang-va-nhung-diem-check-in-voi-hoa-dep-nhat.html hà giang] with Real Madrid in 54th on 24 goals. <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox sport" data-version="2" id="mol-9cfcae90-30c8-11eb-bf92-af70e83d67da" website have already struck SIXTY goals this season
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[/news/scott-morrison/index.html Scott Morrison] insists a [/news/coronavirus/index.html coronavirus] vaccine will not be rolled out to Australians unless it's safe enough for his own children.<br>The prime minister on Sunday night talked up Australia's deals worth $3.5billion to buy and produce millions of doses of four vaccines if they are approved by regulators.<br>'All the four vaccines we've invested in are proving to be on track and were looking to have them distributed in the first quarter of next year,' he told [ ]. <br>The Australian leader though said no vaccine would be distributed around Australia until authorities are 100 per cent certain it is safe for the public to use.<br>        A chemist is pictured at AstraZeneca's headquarters in Sydney on August 19.<br><br>Prime Minister Scott Morrison has insisted a coronavirus vaccine will not be rolled out to Australians unless it's completely safe<br>        The Australian leader said on Sunday night no vaccine would be distributed around Australia until authorities can be 100 per cent certain it is safe<br>'I want to assure Australians about the vaccines that are made available to them - they must be safe.<br>'There will be no compromises on safety and on health.<br>'That vaccine has to be good enough for my family to be good enough for everyone else and their families too.'<br>Mr Morrison previously said vulnerable and front line workers will be the first to receive the vaccine as soon as one is deemed to be safe. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/news/article-8997329/Scott-Morrison-supports-wine-industry-China-introduces-212-cent-tariff.html  Scott Morrison vows to help embattled farmers after China...] [/news/article-8996871/HomeBuilder-grants-extended-funding-boosted-900million.html  Homeowners offered FREE slice of $900million pot for home...]    <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br><br><br>The first doses are expected to arrive on December 28, but a decision on approval by the Therapeutic Goods Administration will take until late January.<br>He earlier this week revealed Australians who refuse to get a vaccine could be forced to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the country unless they have a 'genuine medical reason' not to get the jab.<br>The prime minister previously said a vaccine, which is expected to roll out in March, will be optional but the government will find ways to encourage people to take it. <br>         Pictured: Vials reading 'COVID-19'.<br><br>Australians have been told they could be forced to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the country<br>Mr Morrison's comments came as the resumption of wild animal wet markets in Asia sparked a [http://www.modernmom.com/?s=dire%20warning dire warning] they could spark more pandemics across the globe.  <br>Covid-19 is believed to have originated and spread from animals to humans at a marketplace in Wuhan, in China's Hubei province<br>Environmental investigator Steven Galster went undercover in Bangkok's Chatuchak wildlife market in a 60 Minutes expose in March - claiming the filthy conditions had the potential to spark a 'second Wuhan'. <br>The covert footage showed cramped cages full of blue-tongued lizards, iguanas, monkeys, Australian cockatoos, African meerkats, ferrets, rare tortoises, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/review-tour-tu-tuc-bangkok-thai-lan-4-ngay-3-dem.html tour thái lan giá rẻ] porcupines, snakes and skunks, among others. <br>         Environmental investigator Steven Galster's covert footage in March showed cramped cages full of blue-tongued lizards, iguanas, monkeys, cockatoos, African meerkats, ferrets, rare tortoises, porcupines, snakes, skunks and other animals<br>        Pictured: Bangkok's Chatuchak wildlife market has the potential to spark a 'second Wuhan', Mr Galster warned<br>On Sunday night, the anti-animal trafficking expert said the reopening of the market in the months since could spark another pandemic.  <br>'We need to ban the commercial trade of wild animals just the same way we banned slavery,' Mr Galster said.<br>'That's the point of history we're at right now - if we don't do that we're definitely going to have a pandemic and it could be much worse than this one.<br>'We were successful in closing it down but unfortunately they've re-opened.'   <br>Mr Galster has said in March animals lumped together in wet markets that are not normally in close contact in the wild are particularly vulnerable to viruses.<br>While being kept in squalid conditions at the markets, those viruses can leap to humans who handle them.  <br>             Environmental investigator and human rights campaigner Steven Galster believes Chatuchak illegla wildlife market in Bangkok is 'Wuhan in the making'<br>Mr Galster said he believed Chatuchak was a 'Wuhan in the making'.<br>'It's a prescription for disaster, all within this small, hot room ready to infect somebody,' he said.<br>Mr Galster said not just Chinese wildlife markets should be shut down, but also illegal trading hubs in Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia and Burma. <br>The virus is suspected to have crossed to humans from the pangolin - a type of scaly anteater - which is the most trafficked wild animal in the world.<br>         Alarming undercover footage revealed how overseas food markets are still selling 'high-risk' wildlife<br>'It's a wild animal that's been taken out of its natural environment, consumed in some way, come into contact with people in an unnatural way,' Mr Galster said.<br>'I think the pangolin… whose only defence is to curl up into a ball, has decided that conservationists weren't doing enough, it struck back itself.<br>'I think this is mother nature's revenge.<br><br>We're not surprised. 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[/news/scott-morrison/index.html Scott Morrison] insists a [/news/coronavirus/index.html coronavirus] vaccine will not be rolled out to Australians unless it's safe enough for his own children.
The prime minister on Sunday night talked up Australia's deals worth $3.5billion to buy and produce millions of doses of four vaccines if they are approved by regulators.
'All the four vaccines we've invested in are proving to be on track and were looking to have them distributed in the first quarter of next year,' he told [ ]. 
The Australian leader though said no vaccine would be distributed around Australia until authorities are 100 per cent certain it is safe for the public to use.
A chemist is pictured at AstraZeneca's headquarters in Sydney on August 19.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has insisted a coronavirus vaccine will not be rolled out to Australians unless it's completely safe
The Australian leader said on Sunday night no vaccine would be distributed around Australia until authorities can be 100 per cent certain it is safe
'I want to assure Australians about the vaccines that are made available to them - they must be safe.
'There will be no compromises on safety and on health.
'That vaccine has to be good enough for my family to be good enough for everyone else and their families too.'
Mr Morrison previously said vulnerable and front line workers will be the first to receive the vaccine as soon as one is deemed to be safe. 
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The first doses are expected to arrive on December 28, but a decision on approval by the Therapeutic Goods Administration will take until late January.
He earlier this week revealed Australians who refuse to get a vaccine could be forced to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the country unless they have a 'genuine medical reason' not to get the jab.
The prime minister previously said a vaccine, which is expected to roll out in March, will be optional but the government will find ways to encourage people to take it. 
 Pictured: Vials reading 'COVID-19'.

Australians have been told they could be forced to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the country
Mr Morrison's comments came as the resumption of wild animal wet markets in Asia sparked a dire warning they could spark more pandemics across the globe.  
Covid-19 is believed to have originated and spread from animals to humans at a marketplace in Wuhan, in China's Hubei province
Environmental investigator Steven Galster went undercover in Bangkok's Chatuchak wildlife market in a 60 Minutes expose in March - claiming the filthy conditions had the potential to spark a 'second Wuhan'. 
The covert footage showed cramped cages full of blue-tongued lizards, iguanas, monkeys, Australian cockatoos, African meerkats, ferrets, rare tortoises, tour thái lan giá rẻ porcupines, snakes and skunks, among others. 
Environmental investigator Steven Galster's covert footage in March showed cramped cages full of blue-tongued lizards, iguanas, monkeys, cockatoos, African meerkats, ferrets, rare tortoises, porcupines, snakes, skunks and other animals
Pictured: Bangkok's Chatuchak wildlife market has the potential to spark a 'second Wuhan', Mr Galster warned
On Sunday night, the anti-animal trafficking expert said the reopening of the market in the months since could spark another pandemic.  
'We need to ban the commercial trade of wild animals just the same way we banned slavery,' Mr Galster said.
'That's the point of history we're at right now - if we don't do that we're definitely going to have a pandemic and it could be much worse than this one.
'We were successful in closing it down but unfortunately they've re-opened.'   
Mr Galster has said in March animals lumped together in wet markets that are not normally in close contact in the wild are particularly vulnerable to viruses.
While being kept in squalid conditions at the markets, those viruses can leap to humans who handle them.  
Environmental investigator and human rights campaigner Steven Galster believes Chatuchak illegla wildlife market in Bangkok is 'Wuhan in the making'
Mr Galster said he believed Chatuchak was a 'Wuhan in the making'.
'It's a prescription for disaster, all within this small, hot room ready to infect somebody,' he said.
Mr Galster said not just Chinese wildlife markets should be shut down, but also illegal trading hubs in Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia and Burma. 
The virus is suspected to have crossed to humans from the pangolin - a type of scaly anteater - which is the most trafficked wild animal in the world.
Alarming undercover footage revealed how overseas food markets are still selling 'high-risk' wildlife
'It's a wild animal that's been taken out of its natural environment, consumed in some way, come into contact with people in an unnatural way,' Mr Galster said.
'I think the pangolin… whose only defence is to curl up into a ball, has decided that conservationists weren't doing enough, it struck back itself.
'I think this is mother nature's revenge.

We're not surprised. We've been working on this for years, and tour thái lan giá rẻ we're trying to warn people that this is global. 
'There are sleeping time bombs across the region right now.'
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox news" data-version="2" id="mol-b94ff660-322b-11eb-9ecd-4975d4506efe" website says vaccine won't be rolled out until he's sure it's safe