CJON

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CJONCallejon (Guatemala)
CJONClinical Journal of Oncology Nursing (Oncology Nursing Society)
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The Italians were 3-0 up by halftime in their Group D opener after Mertens showed his scoring instincts to net with two sharp finishes within six minutes of each other while Marek Hamsik added another and Callejon rounded off the rout with a low finish.
Now almost completely covered by a modern city, ancient Huaraz was the largest settlement in the Huaraz basin, if not the entire Callejon de Huaylas, during the Early Intermediate Period.
Callejon clipped in a late second as Arsenal went through in runners-up spot on head-to-head record after finishing on the same points as Dortmund.
The breakthrough came when Higuain played a one-two with Callejon, received the ball with his back to goal and scored on the turn with fine, low shot into the far corner.
Rome: Goals from Gonzalo Higuain and Jose Callejon sent Napoli top of Serie A after they beat Atalanta 2-0 on Saturday while an injury-time Mario Balotelli penalty helped AC Milan come from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw at Torino.
Osasuna rallied to draw level with goals from Roberto Torres and Alvaro Cejudo in the 52nd and 63rd, respectively, but Karim Benzema restored Madrid's lead for good in the 69th with Jose Callejon also scoring in the 87th.
However, Karim Benzema and Jose Callejon ensured the hosts' unbeaten La Liga record at home this season remained intact.
Real is prepared to offer under-21 forward Jose Callejon and 20 million pound cash to Liverpool, the Mirror reports.
Spurs are also on the trail of REAL MADRID winger Jose Callejon as cover for Aaron Lennon.
Sur un corner mal degage, Ronaldo se trouvait en effet sur la trajectoire d'une frappe signee Callejon et prolongeait cette tentative dans les buts du Celta (0-1; 61).
Academy prospects Antonio Adan, Nacho, Jose Rodriguez and Alvaro Morata were all given a run-out in the final game of the Champions League group stages, but it was the more established stars who shone as goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka and a brace from Jose Maria Callejon handed Real their sixth victory over the Dutch side in the past three seasons.
Midfielder Jose Callejon - another sub - then fired home his side's dramatic 85th minute winner after some dithering defending.