Fails

Goalkeepers hate him! Find out how Zimmerman ruined a perfectly good wall with one dumb trick

The United States men’s national team kicked off the 2026 World Cup cycle with a 2-1 defeat vs. Serbia in Los Angeles, Calif. on Wednesday. The squads that played the match were far from either’s team “A-list” players with seven USMNT starters making their debuts.

With plenty of fresh blood out on the field it was a surprise to see captain and World Cup starter Walker Zimmerman be the one to make a huge mistake.

Juventus shares down 10% after 15-point deduction for transfer dealings

MILAN - Shares in Juventus tumbled some 10% on Monday after Italian soccer authorities docked the club 15 points for its transfer dealings, in a blow to its reputation and short-term sporting prospects.

Juventus, who have won the Italian league more times than any other club, are now 9th in the Serie A standings and face an uphill struggle to qualify for lucrative European competition.

Juventus drew 3-3 with Atalanta on Sunday night in their home city of Turin in their first game since the punishment was announced late on Friday.

Chelsea-Liverpool WSL match lasts 5 minutes because the pitch is an ice rink

A match with big implications at both ends of the Women's Super League table between Chelsea and Liverpool was abandoned Sunday after parts of the Kingsmeadow pitch were quickly determined to be icy beyond playability.

With freezing weather gripping England, the contest only lasted five minutes before safety concerns ended the afternoon for players and spectators. A viral video showcasing those five minutes is all you need to see.

Cristiano Ronaldo fails to score on hugely anticipated debut

RIYADH - Anderson Talisca earned Al Nassr a 1-0 home win over Al Ettifaq on Sunday, but the fans that turned up to Mrsool Park in droves to see Cristiano Ronaldo in action were left disappointed after he was unable to mark his Saudi Pro league debut with a goal.

Ronaldo signed a 2-1/2 year deal with Al Nassr last month, reported to be worth over $216.28 million, but has had to wait to play because of a two-match ban by England's FA for knocking a phone out of a fan's hand in April.

(Turn down your volume!) Prankster spoils BBC’s FA Cup broadcast with NSFW moaning

The BBC’s broadcast of Liverpool and Wolves’ FA Cup game on Tuesday ran into some trouble when a YouTube prankster played loud moaning from porn during the show. The BBC FA Cup noises prank was cleverly done with a phone hidden on the set.

The moans happened many times during the pregame show. If you've been on the internet long enough you've heard this noise before.

Not even the global TV feed going down could save Spurs against superior Arsenal

LONDON - Leaders Arsenal put on a masterclass to overwhelm shell-shocked north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 away and extend the gap at the top of the Premier League to eight points on Sunday.

The Gunners flew out of the blocks from the opening whistle and built a first-half lead through a clumsy own goal by Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris and a sublime strike from Martin Ødegaard.

Bizarre scenes: Mitrović PK disallowed after striker manages the impossible

The two surprise packages of the Premier League season met at St James' Park on Sunday with Newcastle United and Fulham both challenging for the European places.

Newcastle was looking to improve on scoreless draws against Leeds United and Arsenal, but they ran into Tim Ream and couldn't craft a clear opening in the first half. Then, against the run of play, Fulham earned a penalty with just over 20 minutes remaining in the match.

Fútbol fail of the weekend: Roger Martínez denies América's first win of the season with horrible last-minute miss

Roger Martínez has half-assed his last five years playing for América and it's come to the point where it's not even surprising to see him pull moments like this every other week.

Toluca and América faced off in the second matchday of the Liga MX Clausura at the Nemesio Diez stadium Saturday night and gave us a classic match between the two — counter attacks, skills, amazing goalkeeper saves and, most importantly, goals.

Comedy of errors between Napoli and Juve with an accidental uppercut and physio getting hit sticked

Serie A leaders Napoli torched Juventus 5-1 on Friday with Victor Osimhen scoring a brace. The Nigerian forward put the hurt on Juve metaphorically and literally.

In the 47th minute Osimhen accidentally landed a perfect uppercut on Manuel Locatelli. The Napoli No. 9 had already burned Juventus in the first half, so Alex Sandro was hassling and grabbing at him right as the second half began.

Osimhen threw his arms up in protest after being dispossessed of the ball but little did he know Locatelli was right next to him. What followed was something straight out of UFC.

FIFA fines Mexico over $100,000 and gives fan ban for offensive chant at 2022 World Cup

MEXICO CITY — FIFA sanctioned the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) for the offensive chants the country's fans made during their matches at last year's World Cup by ordering it to play a game behind closed doors and fined it $108,000.

"The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has fined FMF with a fine of CHF 100,000 and one match to be played behind closed doors in light of chants by Mexican supporters during the Mexico v. Poland and Saudi Arabia v. Mexico World Cup matches," FIFA said in a statement on Friday.

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