And so the controversy rumbles on about whether we should have video referees...
This has to be one of the very best own-goals EVER!
About 5 seconds previously the opposition goalkeeper is holding the ball, but before you know it the ball is in the back of the net at the other end, and the defender is holding his face in his hands! It must be one of the most direct own-goals ever!
The goalie gives the ball a tremendous boot down the pitch, so the defender in question tracks back with the on-running striker to try and reach the ball first.
How amazed would all your mates be if you dribbled past three of them before smashing it into the back of the net using your right leg to hit it from behind your left?
Now add pace, power, a few thousand fans, national television, and you'll see how impressive it is! The goal takes place a minute and a half in, and is a fantastic example of balance, precision, luck, and sheer cheek! Enjoy!
The man behind the inspection committee of the FIFA World Cup has been awarded the role of the ambassador for Latin America, according to the Free Bets website. The former president of the Chilean FA, who has played an integral role in the growth and development of the game across the region, is now tasked with helping to grow the Soccerex brand across the Central and South American continent.
Greek club Aris Thessaloniki was left red-faced after a spoof photo of the City squad was published in their programme featuring a number of stars like Ronaldo, Messi and Rooney.
The mocked-up City squad contained 80 players, most added digitally, including Wayne Rooney, Lionel Messi and, bizarrely, the 'Where's Wally?' character.
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