Neymar Makes Red Star Keeper Flop Before Scoring Past Him

People like to blast Neymar for diving, and usually for good reason, as the Brazilian has a tendency to embellish as he’s often the target of physical play from defenders.

But sometimes he makes opponents take dives as well. 

During Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League match with Red Star Belgrade, Neymar flummoxed keeper Milan Borjan with a feint before finishing with aplomb.

Luka Modric Wins 2018 Ballon d’Or At Cristiano Ronaldo's Expense

After 10 years of nothing but Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, Croatia and Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has become the first player since Kaká back in 2007 to wrest football’s biggest individual accolade from the two behemoths of the modern game: The 2018 Ballon d'Or winner is Luka.

A French Couple Is Trying To Name Their Baby Boy Griezmann Mbappe

Here at The18, we pride ourselves on a wealth of scandalously useless information. We’re the ones who brought you “The Funniest Names In Soccer,” complete with Kevin Lasagna, Bongo Christ, Fabian Assman, Danger Fourpence and Yago Pikachu, to name just a few.

Paul Pogba Quote

I have to keep working hard and playing well because I don’t like to be second or third: they’re the worst places to be. You would be proud, of course, because it means you’re on the way, but you want to finish first.

Kylian Mbappe Subbed Off After Gruesome-Looking Shoulder Injury

Tuesday's blockbuster friendly between France and Uruguay (a World Cup quarterfinal rematch) at the Stade de France was supposed to be a chummy occasion, as evidenced by Antoine Griezmann’s half-and-half boots. However, the match was marred by a gruesome-looking, albeit totally accidental, shoulder injury to Kylian Mbappe.

The 19-year-old phenomenon came off following the injury and then attempted to resume playing, but he ultimately succumbed to a substitution in the 36th minute. 

PSG Can Afford Almost Anything, But The Implosion Of Its Midfield Is A Total Disaster

When it comes to transfer rumors and Paris Saint-Germain, you never get further than the superstar front three of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.