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SHANGHAI, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) -- Obafemi Martins's goal in the first half helped Shanghai Greenland beat 1-0 Shanghai SIPG in the first leg of the final of the Chinese Football Association (CFA) Cup http://www.uashoesforsale.com/under-arm … -sale.html , leaving their arch rivals a tough battle in the second leg.

Greenland midfielder Qin Sheng's through ball released the winger Cao Yunding on 17 minutes, but his angled drive rattled the upright.

Greenland broke the deadlock in the 38th minute as Liu Ruofan sprinted down to the right after a give and go with Cao Yunding and rolled cross for Martins to slot the ball into the empty net.

The hosts almost embellished their lead just 7 minutes after the interval as Giovanni Moreno's attempt in melee was denied by keeper Yan Junling on goal-line.

SIPG had strong penalty appeals as Oscar fell down under Fredy Guarin's challenge, but the referee waved play on, and the Brazilian was booked for diving.

The visitors missed a good opportunity as the substitute Wei Shihao's diving header hit the woodwork.

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The decider will be at SIPG's home soil on Nov. 26, and the winner will move into AFC Champions League automatically.

By Sportswriter Cao Jianjie

SAPPORO, Japan, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- The Asian Winter Games in Sapporo didn't produce a new medal-winning country until the penultimate day of the week-long event. Two decades after it was launched in Sapporo, the Asian version of the Winter Olympics remains dominated by an elite club of a few countries.

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea won its first medal in Sapporo on Saturday to become the only fifth country on the medal table as DPR Korea's Ryom Tae Ok and Kim Ju Sik finished third in the figure skating pairs event.

Ahead of DPR Korea are Japan, South Korea, China and Kazakhstan - the typical "Big Four," as always.

The small number of countries that were successful should be a cause for concern to the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), considering that some 30 Asian delegations competed for medals.

As the largest-ever Games in number of participating delegations, the Sapporo Asiad also welcomed Australia and New Zealand to compete as guests, although these countries did not vie for medals.

Only 10 countries have touched medal in eight editions of the Games. As for gold, the number is down to eight, which includes three one-timers.

DPR Korea's first and only gold came from the first Games in 1986 while Lebanon had one in 2003.

Uzbekistan claimed its sole Asiad gold in 1999, despite having reached the medal table four times.

With Asia set to host two straight Winter Olympics - PyeongChang in 2018 and Beijing in 2022, plus the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo, the OCA is hoping the continent is living up to its billing as a hub of the Olympic Games.

OCA President Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah said he believed the Sapporo Games would open "a period of unprecedented growth" in winter sports throughout the continent.

The official expects China to play a bigger role in the popularization of winter sports.

"China is expected to introduce 300 million people to winter sports during this period, so the next few years are pivotal in establishing a vast, new winter sports scene outside of the traditional markets of North America and Europe," he said.

UNITED NATIONS, April 15 (Xinhua) -- The heads of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the World Bank Group on Friday jointly urged global and national leaders to step up action and investments in nutrition and early childhood development programs as a critical foundation for equitable development and economic growth.

The two organizations said in a press release that they have established a new alliance that aims to make early childhood development a global policy, programming and public spending priority, to give all young children access to quality services that improve their health, nutrition, learning ability and emotional well-being.

Advances in neuroscience and recent economic studies show that early childhood experiences have a profound impact on brain development and on subsequent learning, health, and adult earnings. Children who are poorly nourished and nurtured, or those who do not receive early stimulation, are likely to learn less in school and earn less as adults.

Globally, millions of children under the age of five are at risk of never reaching their full developmental potential. One out of four children under five (159 million) are stun.