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The18 FanZone: USA vs MEXICO World Cup Qualifier

The18 hosts a FanZone at a local brewery during the USMNT World Cup Qualifier vs Mexico.

Fans step up to compete in challenges to win prizes, merch and some free beer!

Juggle Balance Challenge: Hold a pint of beer and juggle 6 times without spilling a drop!

Pin the Head on Gregg: Try to place Gregg's head back on as close as you can!

Ball Pushups Challenge: With all four hands and legs on a ball, how many pushups can you do?

Alexi Lalas Says Current Mexico Team Is The Worst He's Ever Seen

Back in 2017, with two matches remaining in the World Cup qualifying cycle and the USMNT on the outside, looking in, Alexi Lalas went ballistic post-match on FS1 after a 1-1 draw between the Seattle Sounders and Los Angeles Galaxy. Lalas' tirade was directed at "the supposed leaders" of the U.S. squad, and criticized them for, among other things, having tattoos and being Jozy Altidore.

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. 

Carli Lloyd Needs To Follow Tom Brady And Unretire So She Stops Shit-Talking Her Former Teammates

This week, Tom Brady decided to end his one-month retirement and return to the NFL. Carli Lloyd should do the same, just so she finds something else to put her energy into besides sticking her foot in her mouth. 

Carli Lloyd ended an illustrious career last fall, hanging up her cleats after winning two Women’s World Cups, two Olympic gold medals and FIFA World Player of the Year in 2015. She retired as the second-most capped USWNT player and in the top five in goals and assists in USWNT history. 

Bangkok FC Player Throws Elbow So Violent He Was Immediately Fired By His Club, Charged With Assault

In 2003, Ong Bak introduced Muay Thai to a Western audience like never before as Tony Jaa used elbows, knees and shins to attack his enemies with crushing blows in one of my personal favorite martial arts films of all time. In 2022, I was shocked to see Muay Thai being practiced on a soccer pitch in Thailand, a player throwing an elbow so incredibly violent he was immediately kicked off the club and later charged with assault. 

Would Everton Be The Most Talented Team Ever Relegated From The Premier League?

A handful of times during the season, there are results that can only cause one reaction among neutral fans: laughter. Such matches are rare because they usually involve a larger club losing in embarrassing fashion. Arsenal's 5-0 loss to Manchester City in August certainly falls in this category, as does Manchester United's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool and 4-1 loss against Watford.

World Record Set In England As Penalty Shootout Goes To The 27th Round

It's a record that you'd imagine can never be broken, but that's exactly what you would've thought about the previous mark. On Wednesday night in Sunderland, the world record for the longest penalty shootout ever was set when Washington and Bedlington Terriers went 27 rounds — taking 54 penalties total — after a 3-3 draw in the Ernest Armstrong Memorial Cup.

The previous longest shootout record was 48 attempts from the 2005 Namibian Cup, won 17-16 by KK Palace over Civics. So they missed 15 attempts in that match. 

Verratti's Premature Celebration Of Mbappé's Goal Really Foreshadowed PSG's Evening

During a 10-minute prematch segment on CBS ahead of Wednesday's Champions League Round of 16 second leg between Real Madrid and PSG at the Bernabéu, Thierry Henry dissected what makes Kylian Mbappé "just a freak." 

Henry said that while speed kills and is what strikes fear into defenders, Mbappé — while consistently being the fastest man on the pitch — combines that pace with control, technique, balance, composure, power, accuracy, left foot and right foot, making him "virtually impossible to defend."

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