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FOUR Chinese boxers are being rewarded with a trip to the United States for training and to compete against American counterparts following their promising performance in the League of Fists Adidas Gazelle OG Pas Cher , China’s professional boxing tournament.

Xu Que, Qu Peng, Liu Yongcai and Li Tonghui will receive a two-month training in Las Vegas, organized by American boxing promoter Top Rank. The four will learn from experienced coach Derrick Harmon Adidas Superstar Adicolor Pas Cher , a former WBC intercontinental champion who boasts a professional record of 25-7-0. Freddie Roach, celebrated coach of eight-division world champion Manny Pacquio, will also give guidance.

Boxing promoting firm SECA, which is also the promoter of China’s two-time Olympic champion Zou Shiming Adidas Superstar Homme Pas Cher , hopes the four boxers will upgrade their skills during their stay in the US.

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Xu and Li used to be boxers in the country’s national system — they have represented local teams and China in national and international competitions where their basic costs were covered by the sports administration. Talking about the major changes they feel after turning professional, both boxers mentioned back-up support and self-discipline.

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By Oliver Trust

BERLIN, March 9 (Xinhua) -- At the moment, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the central figure in every Dortmund party. After scoring four goals in the last two Bundesliga games for Borussia Dortmund, the 27-year old again was the main act when his side reached the quarterfinal of the Champions League after a passionate 4-0 win over Benfica Lisbon.

His three goals against the Portuguese club made it obvious just how much Dortmund relies on the Gabon-born striker. Club coach Thomas Tuchel made no secret of just how important Aubameyang is. "As I've often said before, we won't achieve our goals without a Aubameyang in top form."

Now 80,000 fans in black and yellow not only celebrated an "Auba" hat-trick - and a Christian Pulisic strike - but also a player exuding confidence. After each goal he hits a somersault. Three weeks ago, Aubameyang was almost in a state of depression after missing a penalty in his team's 1-0 first leg loss in Lisbon.

Since then his coach Tuchel has put him through a special therapy. Tuchel demanded he turn up to training with a smile on his face. More than usual, Tuchel took "the patient" aside for a chat and bolster his self-confidence.

Aubameyang was advised to score as often as he could in training. Tuchel's therapy has obviously worked. Aubameyang this time turned out to be a party animal on the pitch. He did not want to stop talking about his recovery that evening. "I was desperate to prove I could do better than in Lisbon. After the game, I was so sad and just couldn't believe what had happened," the Dortmund striker said after his Champions League goals, five, six and seven.

Aubameyang has now amassed an impressive goal tally of 28 goals in 29 games for Dortmund and is the Bundesliga's top scorer with 21 goals - two ahead of Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski.

Tuchel was extremely happy about Aubameyang' s performance and was making fun of the latest turbulences. "After playing with his twin brother in the first leg, I'm happy he did the job himself this time," Tuchel said.

Now all Dortmund's club officials were even ready to forgive numerous antics of the last weeks. After Aubameyang had been partying on several occasions with his brother in Milan and Paris, he turned up with a hair-tattoo of his personal shoe supplier which was a part of recent commercial. General Manager Michael Zorc cannot have been happy as the club's kit is supplied by a different company. However as Aubameyang comes up with the goods, then his escapades are no big deal.

Following the Aubameyang show, Dortmund fans fear the striker could soon be leaving the club as he is becoming more and more attractive to Europe's top clubs. Despite having a contract that runs to 2020, Aubameyang has made no secret of his desire to someday make the "next step" and join a club like Real Madrid - his childhood favorite.

Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke recently pointed out the club would be ready to negotiate when an offer turns up which hasn't happened yet. Rumors have it that the Bundesliga outfit is demanding up to 70 million euro for its top striker.

But celebrations in Dortmund on Wednesday evening did not only take place because of Aubameyang. As the club feels comfortable being back among the big sons of European football, spectators also praised the performance of a highly-talented youngster.

Christian Pulisic not only scored a goal, which made him the youngest ever scorer in Dortmund's Champions League history. The attac.
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