No one ever said the FIFA corruption trials would be normal. But I don’t think anyone expected this bizarre turn of events. Kevin Jonas was called to the stand to testify for the prosecution during the ongoing court case on Thursday at a U.S. Federal Court in Brooklyn.
Three years ago, Beats by Dre won the advertising battle at the World Cup without even sponsoring the event. With the likes of Neymar, Chicharito, Cesc Fabregas and Luis Suarez all rocking the headphones, FIFA was forced to ban the noise canceling contraptions to protect the event’s official audio sponsor, Sony.
Even still, Beats by Dre’s “The Game Before The Game” advert was probably the best spot at the World Cup.
As well as being a great football simulation, FIFA continuously promises and delivers on another now-legendary feature: its soundtrack. Painstakingly curated and providing both certified bangers and as-yet undiscovered gems, the FIFA soundtrack will annually provide you with five to six songs that will become a part of your life forever.
Lionel Messi is a man of singular talents on the football pitch. He does pretty much everything better than everyone else. You would be forgiven for thinking Messi's soccer talents necessarily mean he has not been endowed with any other type of talent. I mean, how lucky can one guy get?
You would be wrong, though, because Messi does have other talents, as Adidas has helpfully informed us in this video of Messi playing the Champions League song on the piano.
As if things aren't bad enough for Arsenal these days, now Manchester United is breathing down its neck as the most musically challenged squad in the English Premier League.
This weekend, Barcelona began their season with a 3-1 steamrolling at the hands of Real Madrid. The first goal came at the hands of Barcelona center back Gerard Pique, who hates Real Madrid with the fiery white-hot passion of a thousand suns and was none too pleased about putting the ball into his own net so Madrid didn't have to.
To accentuate Pique's sadness, some intrepid Internet person set Pique's Blunder to the saddest song in popular culture, courtesy of Celine Dion.
Manchester United and Spain midfielder Juan Mata is known around the world for being an orchestrator of sorts with his ability to create opportunities and maneuver magically around the field. A few days ago he was eager to show that this skill set extends beyond the pitch when a piano appeared before him.
The little maestro sat down to perform a rendition of The Simpsons Theme during some time off from preseason training.