Lewandowski Caps 11-Minute Hat Trick With Crotch Goal vs. Hapless Salzburg

Robert Lewandowski is the most clinical striker in men’s football right now. Give him half a chance and he’ll bury it. Give him three of the easiest chances in the world and he’ll have an 11-minute hat trick. He’ll even score one with his crotch, because why not?

Bayern Munich scored four first-half goals — three by Lewandowski — on the way to a 7-1 win over RB Salzburg to advance to the Champions League quarterfinals 8-2 on aggregate on Tuesday in Munich. 

44-Year-Old Formiga Still Out There Snatching Souls, Breaking Ankles

Formiga, 44, is a legend of the game in the truest sense of the word. Though she retired from the Brazilian national team in November, she began her 30th year of professional football on Monday as the Brasileiro Feminino A1 season kicked off. She may be old enough to be both team captain and team mom, but she’s still out there breaking ankles with ageless grace and style on the pitch.

American Shea Connors Is Enjoying A Breakthrough Season In Australia

Brisbane Roar plays its final A-League match of the season Thursday without any hope of qualifying for the Finals series, but it does present 25-year-old American Shea Connors with an opportunity to add one final flourish to a breakthrough season in Australia's top division.

The Roar were in action Monday against Newcastle Jets with Connors partnering Australian international Larissa Crummer in attack. The St. John's University graduate had four goals in 11 league appearances entering the game and she added two more to move joint-sixth in the division in total goals.  

Vivi Asseyi Takes Flight For A Heavenly Bayern Munich Goal

We're just two weeks away from the start of the Women's Champions League quarterfinals now, where two Frauen-Bundesliga clubs remain — Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg. Bayern returned to the top spot in its domestic league with seven matches remaining following a 6-0 pummeling of Köln on Sunday, although Wolfsburg remains only two points back and maintains a game in hand.

The Most Important Figure In The Serie A Title Race Continues To Be Olivier Giroud

With 10 Serie A matches remaining, AC Milan is top of the table following Sunday's nervy 1-0 victory over Napoli at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.

Inter is two points back of Milan and maintains a game in hand, but the Rossoneri are one step closer to a first Scudetto since 2011 while Napoli, which entered the match level on points with Milan, likely now sees its wait for a first league title since 1990 extended. 

The moment of the match was provided by Olivier Giroud in the 49th minute. 

Desde La Asistencia A La Definición, El Primer Gol De JJ Macías De Vuelta A La Liga MX Es Un Poema

José Juan Macías volvió a beber del dulce sabor del gol. 

Después de un horrendo y estéril semestre en el Getafe de España, el delantero retornó a Chivas y en su cuarto partido ingresando desde la banca finalmente encontró el oro. Su conquista además le dio una valiosa y necesitada victoria al Rebaño Sagrado sobre Santos Laguna.

Gol de JJ Macías

La diana fue un poema.

Arsenal-Watford Thriller Features Cucho Hernández Bicycle Kick And 3 Beautiful Goals From The Gunners

Arsenal added to struggling Watford's woes with a 3-2 win at Vicarage Road on Sunday, boosting their hopes of Champions League football next season and keeping their hosts mired in the Premier League relegation zone.

Martin Ødegaard put the Gunners ahead in the fifth minute, latching on to a Bukayo Saka pass after a sweeping move down the right and lashing the ball in low under Watford keeper Ben Foster.

Record MLS Crowd Of 74,479 Is Witness To Efraín Álvarez's World-Class Golazo

The LA Galaxy put a damper on expansion side Charlotte FC's inaugural home game as Efraín Álvarez's late goal held up for a 1-0 win Saturday night before a Major League Soccer record crowd of 74,479.

The atmosphere and loudness of the huge crowd was the story of the night in North American soccer, but the Galaxy put on a better overall performance than the home team.

Unreal Long-Range Goals From Modric And Camavinga Three Minutes Apart Helps Madrid To 4-1 Win

MADRID — Real Madrid fought back to earn a 4-1 home win against Real Sociedad that extended their lead at the top of LaLiga to eight points ahead of second-placed Sevilla on Saturday.

Real dominated the game but they fell behind after 10 minutes to a penalty converted by Mikel Oyarzabal.

Teenager Eduardo Camavinga came to the rescue five minutes before halftime, rifling home the equaliser from 25 meters with an unstoppable left-footer that went in off the post.