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Goal From U.S. Major Arena Soccer League Is So Good You’ll Feel Compelled To Share It With 5 Friends

You might not have heard of the Major Arena Soccer League or even known that the U.S. had a professional indoor soccer league, but you absolutely must see this fantastic goal. Benji Monreal of the Kansas City Comets will remember this insane goal for the rest of his life.

Messi Will Have The Word GOAT On His Sleeve Next Season, Whether You Like It Or Not

We all know how heated the debate about Lionel Messi being the GOAT gets. And that hot-headed discussion will probably be rekindled again after a new sponsorship agreement announced by PSG.

The French team will partner with sneakers marketplace GOAT for the next three years — in a deal worth $55 million — allowing them to stamp their logo on the sleeve of PSG's 2022-23 jersey. 

In other words, Messi, the GOAT for many, soon will carry the word GOAT on his left arm. 

If he stays at PSG, of course.

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.  

A Big Booo! For John Carlin And His Column Comparing Atlético Madrid With The Sinaloa Cartel

John Carlin is one of the most accomplished sportswriters of our era, but that doesn't make him immune to fucking it up. And well, he did it in a terrible fashion after criticizing the looks of Atlético Madrid players and comparing the team with the Sinaloa Cartel in his last opinion column in Diario La Vanguardia

Roma vs. Bodo/Glimt Is The Unexpected Contender To Become The Next Great European Rivalry

In European soccer, as with most sports, rivalries are usually established by proximity — two clubs, a few miles apart, battle for control of the city. Sometimes these teams come from competing cities or even rival regions. 

This season there is a rivalry that destroys every preconceived geographic boundary. Instead of coming from two sides of the same country, these clubs hail from opposite ends of the continent.

Video Expone Las Mañas Del Vasco Aguirre Y El Mallorca En Vital Triunfo Sobre El Atlético

Mallorca consiguió el último sábado una buena dosis de oxígeno en su lucha por mantenerse en LaLiga, luego de vencer al Atlético de Madrid por 1-0. La victoria además fue la primera de los baleares con Javier Aguirre como su entrenador.

Coach Stops Counterattack And Then Pretends Like He Doesn't Exist

An assistant manager in Spain pulled a Moonlight Graham on Sunday, crossing that foreboding white line and onto the hallowed green grass, but his reward wasn't the eternal bliss of playing catch with Shoeless Joe Jackson — he got a shove in the back, a red card and cries for his dismissal at Colmenar Viejo and the revocation of his coaching license. Real life is nothing like Hollywood. 

Ronaldo's Post-Match Outburst At Fan Being Investigated By Merseyside Police

Merseyside police said on Sunday they were reviewing CCTV footage to establish if Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo committed an offense by knocking a mobile phone out of a supporter's hand after his team's 1-0 defeat at Everton.

Footage emerged on social media of Ronaldo appearing to swipe his hand towards the ground as he walked off the pitch and headed for the tunnel at Goodison Park after Saturday's match.

Aussie Keeper Makes Horrible Mistake In 90th Minute And NFL Style Tackles Player, Gets Red Carded

Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper Daniel Margush had a blunder of all blunders on Saturday. With his team up a man and leading 1-0 with only minutes left in the game, the three points were practically guaranteed.

Then disaster struck.

One Australia Fan Makes 8,250-Mile Trip To Saudi Arabia And Gets Booed By 50,000

Australia's slog of a World Cup qualifying campaign came to a halt on March 24 after a 2-0 defeat to Japan in the driving Sydney rain meant that after the grind of 18 games over two years, the Socceroos would still need to beat the United Arab Emirates and then Peru in the June playoffs to qualify for Qatar.

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