How To Tell If Your Friends Are Real Fans Of Liga MX

Liga MX is one of the most popular leagues in the world, only more so as the popularity of soccer rises around the world. But what do you do if you are suspicious your friends have only started to follow a Liga MX team in the name of glory hunting, or simply as a flavor-of-the-week? Well, you read this list, that’s what.

1. Saying, “Odiame Mas,” either makes them your best friend or worst enemy.

Striker Falls Into A Hole During Celebration. And Gets Yellow Card.

Coritiba and São Paulo met yesterday in a Brazil Serie A match, which saw striker Joel score two goals in a 3-1 victory. Now, we’re not here to talk about the game or even the pretty sweet goal that Joel scored. We’re here to talk about the giant, random hole that he fell into during his second celebration. 

The 5 All Time Greatest Ways To Score

Soccer is a game of possibility. You never know what's going to happen next. Goals can be scored in so many different ways, and not all goals were created equal. So, let’s take a look at what separates mere goals from legends. 

1. The Volley

Oh how you tease me, ball in the air. How I have felt you rocket off my foot absolutely perfectly…only to fly 30 yards over the bar. 

Caleb Porter Challenges Pep Guardiola To #IceBucketChallenge (VIDEO)

Remember the infamous wagging finger from Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola to MLS All-Star head coach Caleb Porter's outstreched hand? Well Porter may be having a little fun with it after their win against the powerful Bayern Munich. On Monday, he challenged Pep Guardiola to take the #IceBucketChallenge. He even adds a little more humor and stretches his hand out AGAIN!

Fastest Goal In Mexican Soccer History (VIDEO)

The score graphic was not up yet. The photographers did not have their cameras up. No one was expecting Gustavo Ramirez to rip a shot from the kick-off. Yet, 4 seconds into the match, Ramirez took a shot from the midfield line and scored the fastest goal in Mexican soccer history. The opposing goalkeeper was likely the most surprised. There is also nothing better than hearing Mexican soccer comentators scream "GOOOOLLL!" for minutes long.


What If We Flopped In Real Life? (VIDEO)

Flopping in soccer is a part of the game whether we like it or not. A big reason flopping in soccer happens so often is due to how valuable set pieces are and the potential for the referee to card the opponent. Set pieces provide teams with the opportunity to score, and carding an opponent forces them to play with more caution.