Alex Morgan’s Goal Celebration Game Reaches New Levels After Hitting Ted Lasso Celly

If you missed the Alex Morgan Ted Lasso celebration from Saturday night, then you’re in luck.

Morgan and the Orlando Pride took down the North Carolina Courage 2-1 on the field and 1-0 in the celebration department. With the Pride leading 1-0 in a hotly contested game, Morgan gave her side breathing space with a cool finish in the 79th minute. The USWNT star then dazzled the audience with a celebration from Apple TV+ hit show “Ted Lasso.”

No Iba A Ser Titular Y Terminó Como Héroe: Santi Giménez Pone A Cruz Azul En La Final

Santiago Giménez no iba a ser titular en la semifinal de vuelta del Guard1anes 2021 entre Cruz Azul y Pachuca. Sin embargo, una lesión en los trabajos de precompetencia del ecuatoriano Bryan Angulo le abrió una puerta en la oncena estelar. Y Bebote, el canterano, no decepcionó. Es más, el delantero convirtió el gol que envió a La Máquina a la final del torneo y a la búsqueda de su esquiva novena corona.

Barcelona Se Revuelca En Su Tumba: Luis Suárez Anota El Gol Del Título Para El Atlético De Madrid

Hoy hay fiesta en la Fuente de Neptuno. El Atlético de Madrid es campeón de España por primera vez desde la temporada 2013/14 y por segunda vez en la era de Diego Simeone. Los colchoneros lograron el título tras vencer por 1-2 al Real Valladolid que, en contradicción, lloró su descenso.

La obtención de la corona fue muy a lo Atlético, llena de sufrimiento. Los colchoneros dominaron gran parte de LaLiga, sacando una gran ventaja de puntos, pero paulatinamente fueron perdiendo gasolina y casi despilfarran el campeonato ante la presión del Real Madrid y el Barcelona. 

Ludicrous Mbappé Chip From 35 Yards Breaks Ray Hudson; PSG Wins 6th French Cup In 7 Years

Paris Saint-Germain knocked off Monaco 2-0 in the Coupe de France final to claim its second trophy this season. Kylian Mbappé was the star of the show, recording a goal, an assist, showcasing flashy skill moves and being responsible for breaking commentator Ray Hudson. 

It was clear from the jump that the French Cup final was going to be special with a remote-controlled car delivering the game ball.

Adebayo Akinfenwa's Injury-Time Penalty Preserves Wycombe's Slim Hopes For Survival

When Wycombe earned promotion to the Championship for the first time in 2020, the Chairboys became instant favorites for relegation.

This was a side that finished 17th in League One in 2018/19 and was predicted to be near the bottom end of the table once again in 19/20. Manager Gareth Ainsworth's side finished eighth in a COVID-shortened season and only earned a playoff spot due to the points per game formula applied by the league.

Sergiño Dest Takes Notes From Messi And Scores His Own Banger From 25 Yards Out

This Sergiño Dest goal vs Jamaica deserves to be hung in the Louvre.

The Barcelona defender played out of his mind in the opening 45 minutes of the USMNT’s friendly against Jamaica. Playing in the left back position — as opposed to his typical right back position with Barcelona — didn't faze Dest at all.

After bagging a brace for Barcelona on Sunday against Real Sociedad, Dest kept his shooting boots laced up with this beauty from 25 yards out.

Celtic's Dreams Of A 10th Consecutive Title All But Over

While he may have been reluctant to admit it ahead of the game, Neil Lennon knows his Celtic side's aspirations for a 10th straight league title will come to naught. 

Celtic is 23 points off of Steven Gerrard's Rangers in second place, and on Saturday dropped one of its three games in hand to sixth-place St. Mirren, 2-1. Poor defending from Brighton loanee Shane Duffy allowed Ilkay Durmus to put St. Mirren back in front in the 37th minute, five minutes after Odsonne Edouard had drawn the hosts back level. 

From Alcorcón To Pordenone: The Biggest Cup Upsets In Footballing History

Soccer is one of the very few sports that boasts competitions where small, local sides are able to face off against the best teams in the country. These matchups capture the imagination while providing a sense of hope and magic to a small group of supporters.

Domestic cups have long provided smaller clubs with the opportunity to prove their mettle by facing nationally recognized sides, and while major upsets are rare, just the slightest hope of an improbable win is enough to cause local pandemonium and stir significant interest among neutral supporters.