I Think Frank Lampard Just Named This Guy 'Man Of The Match'

For those that've experienced relegation, it forever stings like the lasting memories of a once passionate love affair that only serve to propel you through the final months of simply going through the motions. 

You know it's ending, you refuse to accept it's ending, it ends. It crumbles into nothingness — just nightmares of a disinterested Michael Owen trodding around the halfway line of your heart and all your good intentions deflecting off Damien Duff and into your own goddamn net at a gleeful Villa Park.

Alisson Responds To Jordan Pickford's Time-Wasting With Elite Shithousery

Liverpool narrowed Manchester City's Premier League lead to a single point with five matches to play following a 2-0 win over Everton in a heated Merseyside Derby on Sunday that also left the Toffees in the relegation zone. 

Despite conceding 83 percent possession at Anfield, Everton put up a fight and forced Liverpool to wait until the 62nd-minute for its opening goal.

¡Abran Paso! Que Viene El LamborJimmy Del Necaxa

Poco a poco, Jaime Lozano comienza a imprimir su visión de juego en el Necaxa. Los Rayos juegan bien y después de dos victorias consecutivas, incluida una sobre Tigres – ahora ex líder de la competencia –, algunos fans han comenzado a llamar al equipo el LamborJimmy.

Benfica Fan Defeats Liverpool Before A Ball Is Even Kicked

Trailing 3-1 to Liverpool as the team prepares for mission impossible inside Anfield, Benfica supporters flooded Merseyside on Wednesday to show their unwavering support for the Eagles. 

It's a daunting trip for most — the home of The Beatles and the six-time European champions — but not for one Benfica fan who refuses to acknowledge the band's 600 million record sales while claiming "only God knows" how bad of a beating they're about to inflict on Jürgen Klopp's side.  

USMNT Wants To Party But Knows It Still Has To Fight For Its Right

The USMNT all but clinched a spot at the World Cup by hammering Panama 5-1 on Sunday night in Orlando, although a trip to Costa Rica remains on Wednesday with the smallest possibility that the American's passage could be delayed via a six-goal defeat.

Pulisic Hailed By Global Chess Community After Getting Ass Kicked By 10-Year-Old

Christian Pulisic was involved in an awesome charity event from the USMNT's training base in Houston, Texas, before the team's crucial World Cup qualifier against Mexico on Thursday night. Partnering with PUMA and the Champions Chess Tour, Pulisic played against a 10-year-old version of reigning five-time World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen using the "Play Magnus" mobile app. 

For every move that Pulisic made before his inevitable demise, PUMA donated $500 to UNICEF. Very few people reading this article will appreciate how difficult a task that truly is. 

Epic Fail: Copenhagen Fans Try To Disturb PSV Players With Fireworks, Too Bad It Was The Wrong Hotel

Launching fireworks outside a team’s hotel before their big game is a common tactic seen around the world. One of the most iconic instances of this was when Iranian fans threw a party outside the hotel where Portugal’s national team was staying for the 2018 World Cup and Cristiano Ronaldo asked for some sleep.

Verratti's Premature Celebration Of Mbappé's Goal Really Foreshadowed PSG's Evening

During a 10-minute prematch segment on CBS ahead of Wednesday's Champions League Round of 16 second leg between Real Madrid and PSG at the Bernabéu, Thierry Henry dissected what makes Kylian Mbappé "just a freak." 

Henry said that while speed kills and is what strikes fear into defenders, Mbappé — while consistently being the fastest man on the pitch — combines that pace with control, technique, balance, composure, power, accuracy, left foot and right foot, making him "virtually impossible to defend."

Tea Time With David Episode 12

The18's David Moore breaks down the week in soccer while sipping on some tea.

Episode 12 Topics include: an American Wins the World Cup, Messi Misses A Penalty, and the Laws of Physics are Broken

The18’s Super Bowl Preview: Which Kicker Is Going To Disappoint Everyone?

In a turn of events that no one could've predicted, Super Bowl LVI is the closest we'll ever get to an NFL championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Detroit Lions (it's Matthew Stafford's Los Angeles Rams, but you can pretend it's Detroit if you want).