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Chris Burke's penalty gave Kilmarnock a deserved 1-1 draw with Celtic, as the champions dropped points in only the second game of the season.

Neil Lennon's team got off to the perfect start at Rugby Park, taking an 11th-minute lead when stand-in Kilmarnock goalkeeper Danny Rogers was beaten cheaply by Ryan Christie's long-range free-kick.

But with Christopher Jullien struggling to deal with Kilmarnock's physical forward play all afternoon, he hauled down Nicke Kabamba in the Celtic box allowing Burke to step up from 12 yards and level up from the spot (24).

After last weekend's thumping win over Hamilton, while Kilmarnock were getting beaten at Hibernian, it would have been no surprise if Celtic flew out of the blocks at Rugby Park - but against a well-drilled and physical Killie side, they found life tough.

It had been the hosts making the early ground, as Kabamba caught out Jullien and broke with less than two minutes on the clock before Kristoffer Ajer bailed out his defensive partner.

But with their first sight of goal, Celtic showed their clinical touch. Back-up goalkeeper Rogers should have done better with Christie's 35-yard free-kick, which he was late to dive for and could only watch it sail past him.

There was little surprise when a penalty followed, and even less so when Burke beat Celtic debutant Vasilis Barkas with an excellently taken spot-kick.

Celtic continued to give Killie right-back Ross Millen too much space to send in fine deliveries from the flank, with Kabamba nodding two crosses over Barkas' bar, while Odsonne Edouard fired a free-kick just wide of Rogers' post from 20 yards.

After the break, the champions showed signs of increasing their intensity and tempo, but it did not last. After Edouard fired over from outside the box, they did not come close to testing Rogers again until Callum McGregor's long-range effort whistled over the bar nearly 20 minutes later.

Kilmarnock showed glimpses of danger on the counter-attack without ever providing Barkas any major worries on his Celtic bow, but held on resolutely for a first point of the season, and leave Celtic frustrated and already off the early pace-setters.

Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer: "We had to put in a disciplined performance, and after going a goal down, we lost it after they scored for a few minutes, but then we were back in the game with the penalty and saw the game out quite comfortably.

"These boys have been here before, they know what it's about, they showed good discipline, and I know the players I've got in there, the way they work, that we could get over that initial 10 minutes after the goal and after that we were fine.

"We said at half-time, stay in the game, that was our motto for the last few seasons, it gives ourselves a chance."

Celtic boss Neil Lennon: "We're disappointed not to win the game. We had enough of the ball, we've given away a poor goal, but we've dominated the second half, and just lacked a bit of penetration. โป๊กเกอร์ 3 ใบ

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Bryson DeChambeau has rarely been out of the golfing headlines in recent weeks, often for the wrong reasons, and he was under scrutiny again at the PGA Championship after breaking his driver.

DeChambeau's remarkable weight gain over the last year has been well-documented as the American pursued a tactic of all-out power over finesse, accuracy and precision, recording ball-speeds of close to 200mph at times with his driver since competitive golf resumed after the coronavirus shutdown.

The stresses and strains on his equipment are unimaginable for some, and it appeared the velocity and violence in his swing were responsible for a major malfunction after he battered another huge tee shot away on the seventh hole at TPC Harding Park.

But when the cameras cut to DeChambeau holding his driver, minus the actual clubhead, viewers were left wondering if he had broken his favourite club in his bag in a fit of temper.

Initial replays were inconclusive, but it was soon revealed the bottom of the driver shaft had snapped as he lent on the club while picking up his tee, exonerating the combustible American of any wrongdoing on this occasion.

Under the Rules of Golf, the world No 7 was permitted to send for a replacement shaft as he had not caused the club to break in anger, his explanation of what happened duly accepted by a tournament rules official.

"Maybe I'm swinging too hard," he joked to a following cameraman as he strolled down the fairway, locating his ball in the rough before gouging a wedge to 20 feet and safely two-putting for par.

A new driver shaft promptly arrived in plenty of time for him to connect a clubhead to it in time to hammer a 327-yard drive down the middle of the ninth fairway, from where he knocked his second to 25 feet and holed the putt for birdie.

After signing for a two-under 68, DeChambeau said: "At some point, material is material. You keep wearing it and using it like that, you know, stuff is going to break down. I'm just glad it lasted this long.

"I just went over to pick up my tee, leaned on it a little and the thing just, see ya later. (Adam) Scott and Rickie (Fowler) said that did not sound normal, so I was fortunate to get some help on that and be able to switch out shafts and played decent coming in." โป๊กเกอร์ 3 ใบ

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"He found it hard to handle my pressure. I'm a very come-forward, aggressive fighter and it was different for him"

Stevie McKenna says he "laid into" Ryan Garcia in sparring sessions and believes the highly-rated American would suffer a crushing defeat against Luke Campbell.

The Irishman has been helping Campbell to prepare for an expected WBC 'interim' lightweight title fight against Garcia, with a date and venue yet to be confirmed as negotiations continue.

McKenna, an undefeated super-lightweight based in Los Angeles, has been brought in as a sparring partner for Campbell and revealed how he also traded punches with Garcia in the gym.

"It was a great spar, he's very fast," McKenna told Sky Sports.

"He's sharp, but I did four good rounds and I laid it into him. It was good work. It's a fight I would also like down the line.

"He didn't want any more, put it that way. โป๊กเกอร์ 3 ใบ

"He found it hard to handle my pressure. I'm a very come-forward, aggressive fighter and it was different for him."

Campbell is a former Olympic gold medallist who emerged with credit from a points defeat to Vasiliy Lomachenko and has relished a potential clash with Garcia.

"He is a big name, he draws a lot of attention. He looks like he carries power and he has speed.

"We'll soon find out, won't we?"

McKenna, who has won all four of his fights by stoppage, is confident Campbell would overpower Garcia, an opponent he would also like to face in the near future.

"Right now I would take it [Garcia fight], so I would," he said.

"Luke is looking really sharp. I think Luke would win by stoppage.

"He's [Garcia] at the stage in his career where he's 20-0, he has to take these fights, if he wants to make it to the top.

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