LOL! Paul Pogba Does 12-Second Penalty ‘Run’ Up Only To Miss Wide In Charity Match

Four days ago, Paul Pogba was taking part in Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos’ “The Beautiful Game” charity match in Miami, Florida. In that short time, he’s now hosting one of his own in Guinea 4,700 miles away. This Pogba charity match in his parents’ home country had some other big names like Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler and singer Akon playing. Butler was also present for the Miami match.

Atlas And Chivas Fans Turned A Friendly Into Wrestlemania In Chicago

Current Mexican champion Atlas defeated its nemesis Chivas 1-0 in a preseason friendly on Saturday at SeatGeek Stadium in Chicago. Los Rojinegros won thanks to a goal scored by the unique and only Julian Quiñones in a game that ended up being pretty entertaining. Sadly, fans of both teams ruined the experience after provoking some undesired incidents. 

Freestyler Who Nutmegged Kevin De Bruyne Also Took Out An Entire Youth Team

Football freestyler Martijn Debbaut went viral in June after a video was posted of him nutmegging Kevin de Bruyne. The freestyler and TikTok star has been taking the ankles and souls of his victims for years now and people are uncovering his older videos.

One video of Debbaut going against KRC Genk’s youth team is making the rounds again. Why this video is back in the spotlight is up for debate. 

Is it the hilarious reactions of the kids as their teammates get megged? Or is it the ridiculous skill of Debbaut? Hard to say, but easy to watch.

Delirium And Despair: Watch The Moment U.S. Cities Found Out If They Were 2026 World Cup Hosts

Thursday was either a brilliant or brutal day for some U.S. soccer fans across the country as they learned if their city would be a host for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The 16 host cities were selected with six locations not getting chosen. Here were the reactions to cities learning they were going to be hosts or if they got snubbed.

The reactions from watch parties at cities learning they got the gig are full of excitement, but watching the cities learn they won’t get to host is just as interesting to watch.

Aussie Keeper Caught On Video Throwing Peru Goalie’s Water Bottle With PK Cheat Sheet Into Stands

Australia’s backup goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne made himself a legend on Monday with his bizarre antics during a penalty shootout against Peru to send his country to the World Cup. We’ve now learned that he’s not crazy after a Redmayne water bottle incident with Peru’s goalkeeper was caught on camera.

Redmayne isn’t some bearded goof; he’s a cold and calculated evil villain. Every good story needs a villain.

Marcelo Flores No Pudo Contener Las Lágrimas Después Del Penal Que Falló Ante Surinam

Después de haber jugado un par de amistosos moleros, Marcelo Flores finalmente tuvo su debut oficial-oficial con la selección mexicana. El jugador del Arsenal entró de cambio en el complemento y tuvo una participación destacadísima en la victoria por 3-0 sobre Surinam. Diríamos incluso que casi perfecta, si no fuera por el penal que desperdició y que pudo haber significado su debut goleador con el Tri adulto.

A Lo Top Gun, León Anuncia A Byron Castillo, El Jugador Que Pudo Dejar A Ecuador Sin Mundial

Club León presentó este viernes a Byron Castillo, el jugador que casi deja a Ecuador sin Mundial, como nuevo refuerzo para el Apertura 2023 de la Liga MX.

El anuncio del equipo esmeralda se realizó apenas horas después de que la FIFA desestimara una acusación de Chile por alineación indebida del futbolista – a quien acusan de ser colombiano – en las eliminatorias CONMEBOL y ratificara la presencia ecuatoriana en Catar 2022.

Freestyler Megs Kevin De Bruyne And Belgian Star Couldn’t Have Looked More Pissed Off

Kevin De Bruyne didn’t have the greatest week. For starters he’s gone on record to say he hates the UEFA Nations League calling the tournament “glorified friendlies”, then he and Belgium got embarrassed at home in a 4-1 defeat to the Netherlands on Friday and to top it all off a De Bruyne nutmeg video has gone viral.

Lionel Messi Records His First Five-Goal Game For Argentina

Prior to Argentina's friendly against Estonia at El Sadar in Pamplona on Sunday, Lionel Messi had only once registered five goals in a single game throughout his illustrious career. That was back in 2012 when Barcelona crushed Bayer Leverkusen 7-1 in the Champions League Round of 16.