The Connection On This Bicycle Kick Is Sweeter Than A Love Story

Dinamo Zagreb traveled to NK Lokomotiva for a top of the table clash in the Croatian first division, and how about this for a game-winning goal from 24-year-old Croatian forward Bruno Petković? 

Struck in the 16th minute, not only did this goal ultimately open up an eight-point lead for Zagreb at the top of the table, it’s also the sort of thundering overhead kick that’s generally reserved for Thor during a kick about on Asgard. 

This Has To Be One Of The Weirdest Ways To Score Ever

Was this the weirdest goal ever? It has to be in consideration.

Out of the Israeli Premier League comes this dramatic and unusual match winner on Saturday.

Late in the Maccabi Petah Tikva vs. Maccabi Netanya match, Senegal international Issa Cissokho, the older brother of former French international Aly Cissokho, was down injured, struggling to get up.

Cissokho’s Petach-Tikva teammate, Habib Habibou stayed with Cissokho, trying to get his teammates, opponents and referee to stop play.

We Could Watch This Andres Iniesta Assist To Lukas Podolski All Day — You Should Too

Andres Iniesta is one of the greatest midfielders of his generation. Lukas Podolski is one of the finest strikers of the ball of his generation. Together at Vissel Kobe in Japan, they’re absolute magic to watch, even if they’re both in the twilight of their careers. 

Podolski, a former Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Germany striker, assisted Iniesta, the Spanish World Cup winner and Barcelona legend, on his first goal when he joined Vissel Kobe in August. 

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Stunning Smash Saves Juventus Against Empoli

There are few players who can strike a ball like Cristiano Ronaldo. 

The Juventus forward is capable of scoring every type of goal, from headers and tap-ins to bicycle kicks and free kicks

Watch Watford’s Roberto Pereyra Part The Seas Like Moses For Epic Solo Goal

If you’re familiar with Western mythology, you’ve probably heard of the story of Moses parting the seas while escaping Egypt. This Roberto Pereyra goal vs Huddersfield Town on Saturday had a similar feel, with the defense of the Terriers refusing to step into the path of the Watford winger to score the opening goal of a 3-0 rout. 

Watch as Pereyra weaves his way through the entirety of the Huddersfield defense, which falls over itself trying to get out of his way — typically the opposite approach defenders should take, but who are we to judge. 

Disgraceful Flop Denies Leverkusen Late Equalizer In Europa League

On one hand, you have to give Hekuran Kryeziu credit; he single-handedly earned his team a win on Thursday. On the other, his despicable Europa League flop should probably earn him more hatred than anything else he’ll do in his entire career. 

FC Zürich held on to defeat Bayer Leverkusen 3-2 in a top-of-the-table clash in Group A of the Europa League on Thursday at Letzigrund Stadion in Switzerland. That the Swiss club was able to beat the German side came down to one moment in the 94th minute, which will distract from the club’s rally from being down 2-1 in the second half.

Ronaldo Sets Up Juve’s Opening Goal Less Than 20 Minutes Into Return To Old Trafford

Cristiano Ronaldo was full of flicks and tricks early on in his first visit to Old Trafford since joining Juventus. He made Ashley Young look silly with an early move and even had an admirer invade the pitch  to see him (though he was tackled before he reached the former Manchester United winger.

Then Ronaldo made an actual imprint on the game, setting up Juventus’ first goal in the 17th minute.

Watch: Neymar’s Perfect Assist Sets Up Late Winner Against Argentina

When Brazil and Argentina play, there is an expectation for attractive football. But Tuesday’s edition of Brazil vs Argentina highlights left a lot to be desired.

Just four shots were placed on target during the friendly match on Tuesday, including just one from La Albiceleste, who are still without Lionel Messi.

Fortunately for Brazil, Neymar was involved, playing the full 90 — including a nice assist on the match winner in the 93rd minute. 

Snubbed By FIFA’s The Best Awards Monday, Ada Hegerberg Casually Smashes Dazzling Long-Range Goal

Ada Hegerberg may be the best women’s footballer on the planet right now. Sadly, FIFA awards don’t really know how to recognize talent in the women’s game. But this Hegerberg goal vs Avaldsnes in the Champions League on Thursday recognizes. 

Red Card For Handball Is Straight Out Of Elementary School Recess

That feeling you have is one of extreme déjà vu: This is elementary school recess all over again. You’ve drafted teams, painstakingly setup field dimensions, bickered and argued over whose cone-defined goalmouth is unfairly sized and now it’s finally time to play — there’s not much time left in recess now.