"Drink Water!" Cristiano Ronaldo Rejects Coca-Cola Bottles At Press Conference

Cristiano Ronaldo caught the world's attention this Monday, off the field. The Portuguese superstar had a surprising gesture before Portugal's press conference at the Euros. Ronaldo took two bottles of the famous brand Coca-Cola off the table and put a bottle of water in their place. Then, he said, "drink water!" in front of the cameras.

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The N’Golo Kanté Birthday Story Is Sad Enough To Make The Toughest Person Cry

If FIFA gave out an award each year for the least-hated player, then N’Golo Kanté would win every year. The Chelsea midfielder simply has no haters due to how humble he is. With the man being so loved worldwide, it makes the Kanté birthday story even sadder.

Felipe Saad, one of Kanté’s former teammates on Ligue 2 side Caen, told Brazilian outlet Uol Sport a heart-tugging story about one of his interactions with the Frenchman.

Serbian Soccer Is Nuts … No Literally, A Player Flashed His Genitals At An Opposing Player

TW: Rape

Tuesday’s Serbian Cup final between Red Star Belgrade and Partizan provided viewers with a lot more than they bargained for. The Belgrade derby offered taunting, a pathetic fight and a guy whipping out his genitals at the opposing goalkeeper.

How on Earth did the game get to that point? The tensions between the two sides flared up the day before when Partizan goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic had a bizarre quote during a press conference.

Mbappé Predicts Massive Things From Karim Benzema Partnership At Euro 2020

PARIS - Kylian Mbappé said he is delighted at the prospect of teaming up with Karim Benzema in the French side at next month’s European Championship.

Real Madrid striker Benzema was included in the squad on Tuesday after he and coach Didier Deschamps resolved their differences. His return ended a six-year absence from the French team, including missing out of their World Cup triumph in Russia in 2018.

Clint Dempsey Makes The Greatest Podcast Appearance Of All Time On ‘The Crack’

I’m not a podcast person. I listened to Season 1 of Serial on a road trip and only finished it because I was on a road trip. I then avoided the format for like six years until Grant Wahl’s American Prodigy: Freddy Adu, because I need to know where my son Freddy is and what he’s doing at all times. 

But I’m back at it with The Crack Podcast, which I started simply because I love DaMarcus Beasley and Oguchi Onyewu, but I continue because it’s hilarious, informative and generally fucking excellent.

Griezmann Está Orgulloso De Jugar En El Barcelona, Incluso Fuera De Su Posición

Antoine Griezmann está orgulloso de participar en la lucha por el título de LaLiga con el Barcelona, aunque tenga que seguir jugando fuera de su posición. El internacional francés marcó dos goles para que el Barça remontara un 2-1 en el campo del Villarreal, después de que Samuel Chukwueze abriera el marcador en el Estadio de la Cerámica.

Australia Coach Wants Messi Included In What He Calls Tokyo’s “Group Of Dreams”

MELBOURNE - Upbeat Australia coach Graham Arnold has urged Argentina to bring Lionel Messi to the Olympics and described their tough pool as Tokyo's "group of dreams.”

Drawn with twice champions Argentina, 1992 winners Spain and Egypt, the “Olyroos” face an uphill battle to reach the knockout rounds of the 16-team tournament, their first Games since Beijing in 2008.

Players Unite In Calling Super League The Dumbest Conception Of All Time

The cat is out of the bag as 12 “leading European clubs” have thrown it all away in pursuit of securing the most gluttonous bag in the history of football. It’s difficult to see these historic institutions — Manchester United, Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and AC Milan among them — as football clubs at this point; they’re self-serving vehicles of greed that operate as welfare for billionaires. We should amend the “FC” abbreviation on these clubs’ names accordingly.