Wolfsburg Win German Pro/Rel Playoff To Stay In The Bundesliga

Wolfsburg have had a rather embarrassing season, but on the last day it proved not to be disastrous. Wolfsburg will be in the first division next season after winning their promotion/relegation playoff against Eintracht Brauschweig 2-0 on aggregate.

Vieirinha supplied the goal that put the matter to rest with a thundering strike in the 49th minute.

Huddersfield Town Win EPL Promotion Playoff

We love David Wagner. David Wagner is insane and fun and now he's in the Premier League. The German-American manager, whose best friend is Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, has led Huddersfield Town to the Premier League after winning a penalty shootout in the promotion playoff final against Reading.

Despite a negative goal differential in the regular season, Huddersfield Town wormed their way into the promotion playoff, then won shootouts against Sheffield Wednesday and Reading. 

Francesco Totti Plays His Final Game, Everybody Breaks Down

Well, that’s that then. Football made a good run at it, but it's over now. Francesco Totti has played in his final professional match, and while it went exactly as Roma had hoped sporting-wise (they achieved direct qualification to next season’s Champions League), it was easily the worst day in the club’s history.

Thiago And Mateo Messi Watch Their Alchemist Dad Turn Football Into Gold

Lionel Messi turned in a Midas-like performance in Saturday’s Copa del Rey final — everything he touched turned into gold. He opened the scoring for Barca in the 30th minute with an unstoppable effort from 18 yards out, he was heavily involved with a “hockey assist” in Neymar’s goal and then he settled the match before halftime with a sublime feed for Paco Alcacer and Barcelona’s third.  

Outside of these pivotal moments, Messi was unplayable. He registered 101 touches in the game, including four key passes, four shots and a staggering nine successful dribbles. 

Moise Kean Becomes First Player Born In 21st Century To Net In Europe’s Top Five Leagues

Juventus and Bologna wrapped up their Serie A campaigns with a meaningless match featuring the champions-elect and the side in 15th. For a match with absolutely nothing riding on it, this game still had its moments.

The first was provided by Bologna midfielder Saphir Taider. The Algerian international opened the scoring in the 52nd minute with this sensational effort from distance.

Arsenal Win FA Cup After Alexis Sanchez And Victor Moses Get Up To Some Mischief

Arsenal defeated Chelsea 2-1 in the 2017 FA Cup Final after Alexis Sanchez opened the scoring in the fourth minute with a truly awful goal, and Aaron Ramsey secured the victory after Diego Costa had equalized for 10-man Chelsea. Victor Moses was sent off in the 68th minute for a sad, not even remotely believable dive.

Manchester City Land Bernardo Silva, One Of The Most Unique Talents In World Football

One day we’ll look back on the 2016-17 AS Monaco side in disbelief — how did one club house Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Bernardo Silva, Fabinho and Tiemoue Bakayoko (all 23 or younger) at the same time? Their Ligue 1 triumph and Champions League semifinal run will live long in the memory, but the dismantling of the most exciting side in European football has begun, starting with 22-year-old Portuguese attacker Bernardo Silva.

Man United and Man City Donate $1.3 million To The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund

In response to the tragic bombing at the Manchester Arena on May 22, both of the city's Premier League clubs joined to donate £1 million to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

At the time of the donation, the fund had raised 3 million pounds, and the support has continued for the victims and their families.