UCLA Takes Down Nation's Top 2 Teams Behind Scoring Feats Of 19-Year-Old Reilyn Turner

Heading into this week, UCLA held the No. 3 ranking in NCAA Division I Women's Soccer but faced a daunting East Coast trip to play No. 2 Duke on Thursday and No. 1 North Carolina on Sunday afternoon. Well, get ready for a new No. 1 across the land because UCLA won both of them.

On Thursday, it was junior forward Reilyn Turner who earned a penalty for UCLA's first and then scored the all-important second in her team's 2-1 victory at the Blue Devils.

Meet Wilfried Gnonto, Leeds' New Italian Genius

Just as deadline day was about to slam shut, Leeds United surprised many by signing winger, Wilfried Gnonto. Anyone familiar with the 18-year-old Italian however, will be aware of the brilliant business done by Jesse Marsch to bring him to England for as little as he did. 

Lindsey Horan Sits Down Defender With Filthy Goal During USWNT’s 4-0 Win vs. Nigeria

The United States women’s national team took care of business with a 4-0 victory vs. Nigeria on Saturday during an international friendly in Kansas City.

This was the first game for the USWNT since the team won the Concacaf Women’s Championship in Mexico in July. The U.S. defeated Canada 1-0 in the final.

Jesse Marsch Sent Off As Leeds Lose To Brentford

A flying start to the Premier League season is quickly unraveling for Leeds United following a 5-2 loss to Brentford. After Ivan Toney completed his hat trick for the Bees on Saturday, Leeds’ day went from bad to worse as manager Jesse Marsch was sent off following his protest of a non-penalty call just after the hour mark.

Orlando City Stuns NYCFC With 96th-Minute Winner

Soccer doesn’t have walk-offs like baseball or other American sports, but Orlando City came about as close as possible against NYCFC on Sunday night. Tesho Akindele’s goal in the 96th minute gave Orlando City a 2-1 win and some much-needed breathing space as the season begins to reach its crescendo.

Leonardo Sernicola Scores Incredibly Satisfying Goal Against Torino

Stop what you’re doing and watch this goal from Cremonese left-back Leonardo Sernicola.

Late in his side’s eventual 2-1 loss to Torino, Sernicola unleashed a spectacular effort that is ever so satisfying to watch. His teammate Cyriel Dessers chested the ball into his path, but as he approached it, it fell at an awkward height and Sernicola had to improvise. A hop and strike with the inside of his foot preceded a beautiful curling goal that nestled perfectly into the top corner.

Gonzalo Higuaín Is Really Good At Free Kicks

Gonzalo Higuaín is making a habit of scoring worldies for Inter Miami. Almost a month ago, the Argentine scored a ridiculous free kick from just outside of the box against Cincinnati. Tonight, he hit copy and paste against the New York Red Bulls. 

Erling Haaland’s First Premier League Hat Trick Completes Comeback Win For Manchester City

MANCHESTER — Manchester City's Erling Haaland struck a second half hat trick as the Premier League champions came back from two goals down to beat Crystal Palace 4-2 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

The Norwegian, who averaged almost a goal per game in the Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund before his move to City in June, has now scored six times in his opening four league matches for Pep Guardiola's side.

The win moves City to the top of the table, level on 10 points with Brighton & Hove Albion. Palace are 13th with four points from their opening four games.

Player In Argentine Primera División Scores Insane 77-Yard Thunderbolt That Only Bounces Once

Take a bow Mateo Coronel!

The 23-year-old midfielder for Atlético Tucumán in Argentina’s top flight scored one of the most impressive long-range goals this writer has ever seen during a 4-0 victory Tuesday night. 

A typical goal from distance is around midfield and catches the goalkeeper out. Other long-range goals are ones like we saw from Union Omaha’s goalkeeper on Saturday that took two bounces before trickling into the goal.

ICYMI: KC Current Forward Lo’eau LaBonta Went Viral After Humorous Twerk Celebration

Kansas City Current forward Lo’eau LaBonta went viral over the weekend after converting a sizzling penalty kick against Angel City during Friday’s 1-1 draw. The penalty was sweet, but it was the celebration from the 29-year-old that caught the internet’s attention. This LaBonta celebration is an all-timer.

With her team trailing in the 82nd minute LaBonta fired in the equalizer from the penalty spot and wheeled away in celebration. KC fans were given a slight heart attack when their team’s top goal scorer on the season started limping and grabbed at her hamstring.