League Two Manager Shows Off Insane First Touch, Flicks Ball Away From Opposing Player And Celebrates

Mark Hughes is the manager of League Two club Bradford City. While youngsters might write him off as just another manager, it’s important to remember he's a two-time Premier League winner with Manchester United and made 72 appearances for the Welsh national team, scoring 16 goals. 

The former forward turned manager showed the world he still has a trick or two up his sleeve during Bradford City’s Football League Trophy match vs. Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday. 

When his side cleared the ball toward his touchline, Hughes decided it was time to bust out the skills.

Tired Of Winning Champions Leagues, Real Madrid Is Now Training For War Against Androids

Real Madrid shared a reel on its social platforms where you can see several players training free kicks over a very fancy electronic wall. 

I mean, it is pretty cool. 

Real Madrid's Robot Wall Technology

No Me Canso De Verlo: El Tercer Gol De Chivas A Pumas Es La Definición De Fútbol Champagne

Después de coquetear con la zona abisal de la Liga MX, Chivas parece vivir un renacer futbolístico que trae luz a sus simpatizantes y que es capaz de producir momentos de brillantez dignos de aplaudir, seas del color que seas.

Prueba de ello es el tercer gol en la victoria 3-1 sobre Pumas y que es una verdadera oda al fútbol champagne. Una pintura.

Allan Saint-Maximin Keeps Newcastle Unbeaten With Thunderous Volley In The 90th-Minute

WOLVERHAMPTON, England - Allan Saint-Maximin struck a thunderous volley in the final minute to rescue a point for Newcastle United in a 1-1 draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Sunday.

USMNT Strikers In Hot Form With Multiple Goals And Assists This Weekend

If someone had asked me close to this time last year which USMNT strikers would go to Qatar I would have had Ricadro Pepi top of mind. Fast forward to present day and the job for the starting striker at the World Cup with the USMNT is there for the taking with several bidders.

Josh Sargent is in the best form of his career, Jordan Pefok has been a menace in front of goal for Union Berlin and Haji Wright is racking up the goals in Turkey. All three USMNT strikers had goal contributions this weekend.

Player In Argentine Primera División Scores Insane 77-Yard Thunderbolt That Only Bounces Once

Take a bow Mateo Coronel!

The 23-year-old midfielder for Atlético Tucumán in Argentina’s top flight scored one of the most impressive long-range goals this writer has ever seen during a 4-0 victory Tuesday night. 

A typical goal from distance is around midfield and catches the goalkeeper out. Other long-range goals are ones like we saw from Union Omaha’s goalkeeper on Saturday that took two bounces before trickling into the goal.

True Story: A Player In Uruguay Could Lose A Kidney After Brutal Kick

We all remember Nigel de Jong's kung-fu kick over Xabi Alonso's chest in the 2010 World Cup. Well, in Uruguay, there was a very similar play last weekend but 10 times worse. So bad that the player fouled is in the hospital and could lose one of his kidneys.

No kidding.

The Fake Hamstring Injury Twerk Dance Is Becoming The Next Big Goal Celebration

NWSL forward Lo’eau LaBonta went viral over the weekend for her goal celebration. The Kansas City Current star feigned a hamstring injury before she started twerking. Four days later, the hamstring injury twerk celebration was spotted again, this time in the Carabao Cup between Fulham and Crawley Town.

Ryan Reynolds And Rob McElhenney Release Trailer For ‘Welcome To Wrexham’ Series

The Welcome to Wrexham trailer was released Wednesday ahead of the show's premiere on Aug. 24 on FX and Hulu, and I'll be damned if it isn't just a reality version of Ted Lasso. Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are working toward the same goals at Wrexham AFC as Ted at AFC Richmond, and the beautiful thing is that Reynolds and McElhenney have approached their ownership of the club with the same sort of genuine passion and engagement. Here's the synopsis.