I can’t stop laughing at these commentators’ reactions to game-winning Indonesia goal

If you’re like me then you had no idea that the Southeast Asian Games were taking place right now. However, a late game-winner from 10-man Indonesia against Vietnam has been brought to my attention after the hilarious reaction from the commentators.

Saturday’s game was the semifinal match and Indonesia were going up against the two-time defending champions Vietnam.

Union Berlin player scores, pulls Spider-Man mask from pants and then fails to put it on correctly

Union Berlin grabbed three massive points on Saturday in their 4-2 victory vs. Freiburg as the Bundesliga underdogs look to secure a spot in the UEFA Champions League for the first time in their history. Two goals from Sheraldo “Spider-Man” Becker helped get the job done.

In the 36th minute with Union Berlin leading 1-0, Becker doubled the lead by sneaking his shot through the goalkeeper’s legs. For his celebration he whipped out a Spider-Man mask from his pants and then struggled to put it on his head.

Cruzeiro player misses penalty, fights teammate to retake it and then misses again

It's not weird to see two teammates discussing who'll take a penalty despite coaches having a pecking order. However, it's not common to witness scenes like the one starring Cruzeiro players Bruno Rodrigues and Henrique Dourado that ended up with the taker missing from the spot not once, but twice on Wednesday night. 

Carlos Acevedo: 5 parecidos razonables ahora que se dejó bigote y barba

Más allá de un par de remates que salieron raspando los postes y una polemiquita por un penal que no fue, el partido de ida de los cuartos de final entre Santos Laguna y Monterrey fue bastante pobre, tal como lo reflejó el 0-0 final. 

Sin embargo, en medio de los bostezos, el retorno de Carlos Acevedo a la portería de los Guerreros – tras superar una molestia en su hombro derecho – capturó la atención de los aficionados. Y no necesariamente por su rendimiento, sino que por su nuevo look de bigote y barba.

These tiny shin guards are ‘the smallest pads on the market’

Here at The18, we don't condone small shin guards (the tibia is more exposed than Leeds United's backline), but we certainly enjoy the roguish wild cards who risk it all in the name of comfort.

Pitch invader disrupts Finnish Cup match with wheelie bad behavior

Some fans really need to get a grip! A recent Finnish Cup match between Jalkaranta Palloseura and KJP had to pump the breaks after one supporter (actually one of the player's relatives) caused a chain reaction by taking things to a whole different gear.

It's a classic case of small child on a push bike charging around the box like Teemu Pukki.

Watch: Napoli fans bag some of Udinese’s field and more wild celebrations from Naples

Thursday night in Italy was a wild one that saw Napoli fans taking Udinese grass from the Dacia Arena, fireworks that lit up the entire night sky, a boat on the road and plenty more celebrations.

Napoli were crowned Serie A champions on Thursday for the first time in 33 years after drawing with Udinese 1-1. The last time the Italian club had won it all was with Diego Maradona in 1990.

When you got to go you got to go — Stuttgart player leaves game in search of a toilet

What happens when professional athletes need to go? It’s a rare occurrence, but sometimes a player simply can’t hold it anymore and must go.

This was the case for Stuttgart’s Waldemar Anton on Wednesday during the DFB-Pokal semifinal against Eintracht Frankfurt. In the 63rd minute the defender went down without any contact and made the signal to the coaching staff that he needed to be substituted off.

Rather than heading to the bench, Anton made a beeline for the tunnel.

Secret agent José Mourinho wears wire to protect himself against refs during Roma match

AS Roma manager José Mourinho stole a move straight out of the pages of a spy novel when he wore a wire on the touchline during his team's 1-1 draw at Monza in Serie A on Wednesday, which he said was to protect himself from the match officials.

Mourinho, who is no stranger to clashes with referees, tore into Daniele Chiffi after the game, describing the 38-year-old official as "the worst I've ever encountered."