Canadian Phenom Alphonso Davies Hits Brilliant Long-Range Curler Vs. Tottenham

After making six Bundesliga appearances for Bayern Munich last season following his January move from the Vancouver Whitecaps, much more is expected from 18-year-old Canadian phenom Alphonso Davies during his first full season in Bavaria. Although Davies only totaled 74 minutes of action with the first team last year, he was the Bundesliga’s youngest goalscorer throughout the 2018-19 campaign (as well as Bayern’s youngest goalscorer in 20 years) after opening his account against Mainz back on March 17.

FIFA's Finalists For 'The Best' FIFA Awards Are Some Of The FIFAest Things FIFA Has Done

The nominations for FIFA's self-indulging award of naming "The Best FIFA Football Awards" for coaches and players were announced Wednesday morning. The winners will be revealed Sept. 23 in Milan at The Best FIFA Football Awards show. Here are the FIFA Best Awards nominees for 2019.

2019 FIFA Best Awards Nominees

Men's player finalsists

All You Need To Know About The Upcoming UEFA Champions League

Liverpool won the prestigious trophy just about two months ago, but like every season in the Champions League, we go again. With the domestic season roaring back around for another go in many European countries, here is what you need to know about this year’s Champions League.

While technically the competition has already started, don’t worry, you aren’t missing out on much.

Mesut Özil Destroys Tottenham Fan On Twitter

The Arsenal-Tottenham rivalry is among the fiercest in Europe, so if you go at someone from the other side, expect some retaliation.

One Spurs fan went after Mesut Özil and his tendency to go missing in matches, but the German playmaker hit back. Hard.

Harry Kane Scores From Halfway Line To Beat Juventus In 93rd Minute

Well, what do we do now? Instead of, as the old saying goes, saving some for the real games, Harry Kane went and used up all the insane, last-second, match-winning goals from the halfway line allotted to us for the 2019-20 season during an International Champions Cup match in Singapore today.

Tottenham defeated Juventus 3-2 at the National Stadium thanks to Kane’s hammer drop in the 93rd minute, leaving Wojciech Szczesny buried in the net and giving Matthijs de Ligt an excellent memory on his debut for the Old Lady.

Spurs May Steal Wunderkind Right From Under Arsenal's Nose

It appears that Arsenal’s summer is going from bad to worse. The club has reportedly been working all transfer window on a deal with Saint-Etienne for 18 year-old center back William Saliba, a player with massive potential who would serve as a replacement for an aging and unhappy Laurent Koscielny.

The 5 Best Bromances In Soccer

While soccer is a fun sport in and of itself, it's that much more fun when you get to play with your best friend. Here is a list of the best soccer bromances (and womances).

Best Soccer Bromances

Eric Dier and Dele Alli

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Tottenham's $68 Million Signing Of Tanguy N'Dombele Is A Huge Statement

Tottenham Hotspur is already trying to put it’s Champions League failure in the past. It’s been over a full calendar year since Tottenham has signed a player, and the fact that Mauricio Pochettino was able to take his squad this far without any help from new players is commendable. Though, the only thing Spurs have to show for it is a Champions League berth via a third-place finish in the Premier League and a loss in the previous season’s Champions League final.

José Mourinho And Arsène Wenger Provide Incredible Tactical Analysis Of UCL Final

Apart from the match itself, last night’s most anticipated action in Madrid was I̶m̶a̶g̶i̶n̶e̶ ̶D̶r̶a̶g̶o̶n̶s̶ ̶w̶a̶i̶l̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶o̶n̶ ̶s̶o̶m̶e̶ ̶d̶r̶u̶m̶s̶ taking place inside the beIN Sports studio at the Wanda Metropolitano, where longtime Premier League rivals José Mourinho and Arsène Wenger sat side-by-side for pregame, halftime and post-game analysis of the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final.

Liverpool, Klopp Get Champions League Validation With Win Over Spurs

As “You’ll Never Walk Alone” rung through the gorgeous Wanda Metropolitano rafters on Saturday night, Jurgen Klopp finally had his Champions League trophy. And Liverpool is finally back on top of the world.

Liverpool defeated Premier League rival Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the Champions League final on Saturday in Madrid, giving the Reds their sixth European championship. (Just as we here at The18 predicted.)