Fails

Raúl Jiménez Must Have Broken Some Sort Of Record With Two Yellow Cards In 30 Seconds

Manchester City defeated Wolverhampton 1-0 on Saturday in a game that featured 10 heroic Wolves and one silly boy named Raúl Jiménez. The Mexican striker managed to get himself sent off moments before halftime with two yellow cards in 31 seconds. The Jiménez yellow cards vs Man City must be some sort of record.

Sam Kerr Decking A Pitch Invader Has Got To Be One Of The Most Satisfying Videos On Earth

As the Ancient Greeks used to say, “play stupid games, win stupid prizes.” One guy found this lesson out the hard way when he thought it would be great idea to interrupt a UEFA Women’s Champions League game by running onto the field. He would meet the stiffest shoulder from Chelsea’s Sam Kerr. This Sam Kerr pitch invader video will now sit among my favorite videos ever.

Colombian Team Earns Promotion With Goal That Absolutely Screams Match-Fixing

The Colombian soccer players’ association has called for an investigation into suspicious circumstances surrounding a key promotion match that was decided by a late goal one senior player called an “embarrassment for Colombian football."

Llaneros played Unión Magdalena at home on Saturday night and were leading 1-0 until the 95th minute, when the visitors scored twice in succession.

Video of the winning goal appeared to show the Llaneros players backing off their opponents and allowing them to score.

Jesse Marsch And Leipzig Part Ways With Club Sitting 11th In The Bundesliga

RB Leipzig, last season's Bundesliga runners-up, have mutually agreed to part company with head coach Jesse Marsch after a poor start to the season, the German club said on Sunday.

Leipzig suffered a 2-1 defeat at Union Berlin on Friday, a third consecutive league loss that left them 11th in the standings and piled pressure on American Marsch who was not at the game due to being in COVID-19 quarantine.

Marsch, who joined this season to replace Bayern Munich-bound Julian Nagelsmann, has led his team to only five wins in 14 league games.

Clock Strikes Midnight On RSL’s Cinderella Story With Two Of The Clunkiest Timber Goals

MLS Cup is returning to Portland as the Timbers played spoiler to Real Salt Lake’s incredible Cinderella story with a 2-0 victory in the Western Conference Final on Saturday night. Portland finished the regular season with more points (55) than NYCFC (51) and the Philadelphia Union (54) meaning the final will be hosted in Portland.

Nashville Misses All 4 Attempts In Shootout To Put Philly In Conference Final

Andre Blake stopped the first two shots of a penalty kick shootout and the No. 2 seed Philadelphia Union advanced to the Eastern Conference final for the first time with a 1-1 (2-0) result over third-seeded Nashville SC on Sunday at Chester, Pa.

Jorginho Giveth And Jorginho Taketh Away In Chelsea Draw With Man United

Manchester United put their worries to one side to frustrate Premier League leaders Chelsea with a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as Jadon Sancho scored a breakaway goal that was cancelled out by a Jorginho penalty.

Chelsea, under pressure after Manchester City and Liverpool both won earlier over the weekend, were dominant against a United side playing their first Premier League match under caretaker manager Michael Carrick after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's sacking last weekend.

Bichote: James Rodríguez Se Tiñó El Cabello A Lo Karol G

Más allá de su reciente regreso a la Selección de Colombia, hay poco fútbol en la vida de James Rodríguez por estos días. El mediocampista del Al-Rayyan, en Catar, está suspendido por insultar a un árbitro luego de una falta que le cometieron y en la sección de noticias de los portales noticiosos su nombre solo hace ruido en las columnas de chisme. Desde los rumores a que era el rey de la fiesta en el Bayern Munich a su nuevo look de pelo calipso, similar al de Karol G, la cantante con quien la prensa rosa lo vincula románticamente.

Unreal Shithousing Leads To Straight Red Card At NCAA Tournament

Straight from the go I should admit that I did not watch Sunday’s NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament second round match between Duke and UCLA.

By looking at the box score I can, however, deduce exactly what happened. It’s a tale as old as time.

Duke, the No. 7-ranked team in the tournament, was the favorite and hosting the match at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, North Carolina. But with its first and only shot on target of the match, UCLA took the lead in the ninth minute.

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