Alexander Isak schools 3 Everton defenders with unreal dribble before Newcastle goal

Last Sunday, Newcastle humiliated Tottenham 6-1 with Joe Willock providing one of the best assists of the Premier League season for his side's fourth goal, finished by Alexander Isak.

‘Pelé’ is officially a word in the dictionary and its definition is perfect

Pelé is now a word to describe 'someone out of the ordinary' as the three-time World Cup winner's name was included as a new adjective in the Portuguese edition of the Michaelis dictionary.

Earlier this month, the Pelé Foundation and Sportv launched the "Pelé in the dictionary" campaign to pay tribute and recognize his legacy in other fields besides sport.

Having reached more than 100,000 signatures, the name of the former player, who died in December, is now an entry in the dictionary.

Watch the moment Wrexham earn promotion to EFL League 2 after a comeback win

Wrexham’s task on Saturday was as straight-forward as it gets. If the club defeated Boreham Wood at home at the Racecourse Ground, they would become National League champions and earn promotion to the EFL League 2.

The stage was set for a big Wrexham day. Then the Red Dragons conceded 42 seconds into the game.

Must-see video of mic'd up referee from Ligue 1 reminds fans that officials are people too

Early Thursday morning, Amazon Prime Video Sport released a video on social media highlighting the difficulties and intricacies involved in being a top-flight match official. The clip showed Benoît Millot, a French referee taking control of a Ligue 1 match between Olympique Lyonnais and FC Nantes, and gave fans a great insight into what match officials go through over 90 minutes. 

3 guys figure out how to watch Barcelona for free

It's not every day you get a chance to see Robert Lewandowski, Sergio Busquets, Gavi and LaLiga champions-elect Barcelona in the flesh, so spectators used any accessible vantage point at the Alfonso Pérez stadium on Sunday to get a glimpse of the traveling Blaugrana

Following a 0-0 draw (Barça's second in a row), it's probably fair to say the main story actually concerns those who missed the trip through injury (Ousmane Dembélé and Pedri), but three ingenious young men avoided paying a dime for the nil-nil affair by scaling a large tree.

¡San Memo! El récord histórico de la Salernitana desde que Guillermo Ochoa regresó a la titularidad

Guillermo Ochoa sigue en plan grande con la Salernitana y su actuación, más el resultado obtenido esta semana frente al Torino, han ayudado a que su equipo logre una marca nunca antes vista para sus aficionados.

Memo llegó a Italia a dejar huella.

El récord invicto e histórico de la Salernitana con Memo Ochoa

La Salernitana visitó al Torino en la J30 de la Serie A jugada este domingo y, como ya estamos acostumbrados, Memo Ochoa volvió a ser vital para que su equipo sumara puntos de forastero.

What's better than getting your first signature boot? Scoring and celebrating with it

There was a standout moment during Crystal Palace's incredible 5-1 victory over Leeds United on Sunday that I failed to notice — I think I was too busy trying to comprehend Leeds' total capitulation — but now register as one of the best goal celebrations of the 2022-23 season.

The tour of shame is over: Querétaro ends with disgraceful 52-game winless streak

The curse is broken.

Querétaro beat Xolos 2-1 in Tijuana and not only heated up the race for a playoff spot in the Clausura 2023 but also put an end to a nasty, shameful record: the victory in the Caliente Stadium cut an incredible 52-game winless streak playing away. 

Son’s 100th EPL goal was a must-watch beauty as Spurs defeat Brighton 2-1

LONDON — Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane struck a late winner in a fiery 2-1 home victory over Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday to boost his side's hopes of a top-four finish.

Son Heung-min's 100th Premier League goal, a superb curler in the 10th minute, had given Spurs the lead against the run of play.

Son goal vs. Brighton

72-yard strike lights up Copa Libertadores' opening week

The always bewildering Copa Libertadores kicked off this week and it's already providing unforgettable memories for those involved.

Ecuadorian debutant Aucas, for example, surprised everyone by beating current champions Flamengo 2-1, Bolivian teams The Strongest and Bolivar, as always, took advantage of playing at 12,000 feet above sea level in La Paz to tear apart giants River Plate and Palmeiras, while Racing midfielder Matías Rojas scored a goal of the season contender with a 72-yard strike.