Ageless Ibrahimovic Set To Play With Elanga On Sweden… He Played With Elanga’s Dad 20 Years Ago

STOCKHOLM — Sweden's all-time record goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic is preparing to pass the torch to a new generation of young players such as Anthony Elanga as his side prepare for their World Cup playoff semifinal against the Czech Republic on Thursday.

The 40-year-old striker recalled playing with the Manchester United winger's father Joseph for Malmo FF over 20 years ago and he is now sharing a dressing room with his son.

Team Named After LGBTQ+ Community Says ‘Gay’ Too Political For Banner

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The Orlando Pride are, by their very name, a symbol of the LGBTQ+ community. Many of the Pride’s most prominent players have been gay, and Exploria Stadium includes 49 rainbow-colored seats as a memorial to the victims of the 2016 Pulse nightclub mass shooting. But apparently, the word “gay” is too political for the team.

PSG's Season Turns Comedic With Fourth Straight Away Defeat Across All Competitions

Paris Saint-Germain produced a woeful performance as they lost 3-0 at Monaco in Ligue 1 on Sunday, a result that will put coach Mauricio Pochettino under more pressure less than two weeks after their Champions League exit.

PSG, on 65 points from 29 games, still lead Marseille and Nice by 15 points before those sides meet later on Sunday, following a third straight away league defeat.

Ajax Recovers From Setting Its Own Stadium On Fire To Win Pivotal De Klassieker

Ajax hosted Feyenoord on Sunday afternoon in a massive De Klassieker that was bound to prove decisive in the Eredivisie title race with the home side entering the match top of the table but just two points above second-place PSV. Feyenoord sat third, eight points back of Ajax, but a win at Johan Cruyff Arena would put the Rotterdam-based club right back in it.

Ajax experienced a foreboding start when a pyrotechnics display accidentally set fire to the club's own banners. The inferno caused a delay, but no injuries have been reported. 

Fan Who Tied Himself To Everton’s Goalpost During Game Releases Video Explaining Why He Did It

Thursday’s game between Everton and Newcastle had a unique disruption when a fan ran onto the field. Pitch invaders aren’t a strange occurrence, but you don’t see invaders tie themselves to the goal post around their neck too often. So, why did the fan tie himself to the goalpost?

Louis McKechnie used a cable to tie his neck around the goalpost and donned a bright orange shirt that read “Just Stop Oil.” It took several minutes and a crew of around 10 people to cut McKechnie loose and drag him away.

Correcaminos Echó Mano A Un Símbolo Esotérico Para Espantar Su Mala Racha

El Correcaminos UAT volvió a ganar un partido de la Liga MX de Expansión después de siete jornadas. La escuadra dirigida por Héctor Altamirano venció al Atlante por 2-0 y racionalmente mereció la victoria: dominó el balón y tuvo las mejores oportunidades para anotar.

La historia del partido, sin embargo, hoy se está contando desde lo esotérico. Todo después de que surgieran en redes sociales imágenes de un símbolo llamado tetragrámaton, pegado en los postes del estadio Marte R. Gómez.

USMNT’s SportsCenter Roster Reveal Was A Giant Waste Of Time

The USMNT World Cup qualifying roster for the March Concacaf matches is finally here, with a bit too much fanfare, if we’re being honest. U.S. Soccer decided to reveal the squad live on SportsCenter, but the show wasn’t really worth the hype.

Because we won’t make you wait like SportsCenter did to show you the roster, here it is.

USMNT World Cup Qualifying Roster

Epic Fail: Copenhagen Fans Try To Disturb PSV Players With Fireworks, Too Bad It Was The Wrong Hotel

Launching fireworks outside a team’s hotel before their big game is a common tactic seen around the world. One of the most iconic instances of this was when Iranian fans threw a party outside the hotel where Portugal’s national team was staying for the 2018 World Cup and Cristiano Ronaldo asked for some sleep.

Pumas Stun New England With 3-Goal Comeback And A Little Help From Sebastian Lletget In PK Shootout

Juan Dinenno scored twice in regulation and had the winning kick in a penalty shootout as Pumas pulled off a stunning comeback to beat the New England Revolution in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals on Wednesday in Mexico City.

Pumas won 3-0 on the night and then prevailed 4-3 in the shootout. The Revolution had won the first leg of the two-game, total-goal series 3-0 on March 9 in Foxborough, Mass.

Dinenno got Pumas on the board in the 33rd minute from short range, then slid for a right-footed finish in the 49th minute.