Lukaku Convierte Ante Rusia Y Le Brinda Una Emotiva Dedicatoria A Christian Eriksen

Apenas abrió la cuenta en el duelo de la Euro 2020 entre Bélgica y Rusia, Romelu Lukaku corrió a una de las cámaras de la transmisión televisiva para dedicarle su gol a Christian Eriksen, quien colapsó dramáticamente horas antes, en el duelo entre Dinamarca y Finlandia.

Eriksen fue reanimado en el campo y estabilizado en un hospital cercano, a la espera de exámenes que ayuden a determinar su diagnóstico.

Consumerism Won’t Necessarily Make You A Better Person, But These Beer Mats Will

Between the European Championship, Copa América, Gold Cup, Olympics and World Cup qualifying, we’re going to be spending a lot of time in the living room this summer. So much so that we run the risk of being judged. 

But that which is exceedingly cool is beyond judgement — I think Socrates once said that — and if you turn your television area into the spot, then no one can make fun of you. They’ll just sit down too.

La Alegría Del Pulga Rodríguez Y Las Lágrimas De Un Abuelo De 91 Años: El Título De Colón Es Pura Emoción

Por primera vez en 116 años de vida, Colón de Santa Fe logró coronarse campeón del fútbol argentino. Lo hizo derrotando a Racing Club por 3-0 en la final de la Copa de La Liga y, al mismo tiempo, creando imágenes de la más pura emoción. Desde la alegría infinita del genio del pueblo, Luis “Pulga” Rodríguez, al llanto de felicidad de un abuelo de 91 años que nunca pensó ver al equipo de sus amores dando la vuelta olímpica.

Was Marta’s 2014 UWCL Final Performance The Best Ever For A Losing Team?

History is written by the victors. When you reminisce about the biggest finals of recent times, you’re likely thinking of players like Megan Rapinoe at the 2019 World Cup, Kylian Mbappé in 2018, Carli Lloyd in 2015 or Mario Götze in 2014.   

But there are those rare instances when an individual’s performance on the losing team — for better (Zinedine Zidane in 2006) or worse (Loris Karius in 2018) — lives just as vividly in the memory. 

These Footballers Are Sharing Their Most Gut-Wrenching Fails, And Even We Are Feeling The Shame

It was a foggy Saturday morning soccer match and I was defending the goal spectating the action going on the field. I had stopped a few shots earlier in the match and my confidence was quickly rising. Thoughts raced through my head, realizing that I was about to officially record my first clean sheet of the season. Then as clear as day the ball was passed to me, and as I went to stop it with my foot it slowly but surely skipped right below my outstretched foot and into the awaiting net behind me.

A Tribute To Nat Phillips And Rhys Williams: The Center Back Pairing That Was Never Supposed To Be

After Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez both suffered season-ending injuries within the span of two weeks this past fall, Liverpool's title defense appeared to be over.

Joel Matip was left as the only healthy first-team center back, but soon the Cameroonian — who himself battled his share of injuries in the first half of the campaign — succumbed to a season-ending groin injury in January.