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Bayern Forward Goes Dark On Social Media After Getting Clowned For Unreal Miss

Bayern forward Joshua Zirkzee has gone about as close to underground as possible after he committed one of the worst errors ever seen on Saturday. During a friendly against Ajax, Zirkzee got a little too confident in front of goal. This Zirkzee miss will take a long time to live down.

Zirkzee had done everything right. The 20-year-old produced a slick piece of skill to round the Ajax goalkeeper and only needed to tap the ball into the net. Instead, Zirkzee took his foot off the gas, giving the defender enough time to recover.

Bayern Munich Loses Friendly To Köln Courtesy Of Spectacular 180 No-Look Acrobatic Shot

FC Köln defeated Bayern Munich 3-2 in a friendly match on Saturday courtesy of an incredible goal from new Köln player, Mark Uth.

With the game tied 1-1 in the 27th minute, Köln found some space down the left side of the field and sent in a cross toward Uth. Despite the ball being behind him, the 29-year-old produced some German magic.

Gold Cup’s Best Player Pulls Out With Ankle Injury

Bayern Munich speedster Alphonso Davies will miss the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup due to an ankle injury, Canada Soccer said on Friday.

Davies, who suffered the injury during training earlier this week, has returned to German champions Bayern Munich to begin his recovery ahead of the new Bundesliga season.

Hungary Just Passed Anti-LGBTQ+ Law — UEFA Won’t Let Germany Make Pro-LGBTQ+ Statement

UEFA has turned down a request from the mayor of Munich for the city's stadium to be lit up in rainbow colors for Wednesday's Euro 2020 match between Germany and Hungary.

Munich mayor Dieter Reiter had said he wanted to light up the stadium in the colors in protest against a new law in Hungary that bans the dissemination of content in schools deemed to promote homosexuality and gender change and restricts the media from showing content with homosexuality in programming accessible to minors.

Safe Hands: Ranking All 24 Starting Goalkeepers At Euro 2020

The build-up to every major international tournament is the same: who has the best striker? Or, this is why x midfielder is going to dominate or why this winger is the key to this country getting out of its group. 

But no one ever talks about the goalkeepers. In such a short tournament, where three matches decide a team's fate, the importance of the goalkeeper becomes magnified. 

So let's give the goalkeepers the spotlight for a little bit, because often they're the ones that end up deciding the tournament.

Lewandowski Is A Living Cheat Code Who’s Casually Pulling Off Mind-Boggling Tricks In Training

Two weeks after breaking a Bundesliga record that stood for 49 years, Robert Lewandowski continues to show to the world why he’s a living cheat code. While on duty with Poland’s national team the 32-year-old showed off an insane move that I shall dub the Lewandowski trick shot.

Americans Are Dropping Like Flies From Europe’s Top Flights

The 2020-21 season was a banner year for Americans abroad. USMNT players have been winning trophies all over Europe, including regulars at Barcelona, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund; in a week, we’ll see an American win the Champions League for either Chelsea or Manchester City. But Saturday was not a great day for keeping U.S. internationals in Europe’s top flights, with a number of Americans relegated to lower tiers or unable to gain promotion. 

En El Último Remate De La Temporada, Robert Lewandowski Se Convierte En Leyenda

Con el título asegurado hace un par de jornadas, y un FC Augsburg a salvo del descenso, el último duelo de la temporada del Bayern Munich todavía tenía un par de cosas interesantes para ofrecer. Primero, iba a ser un día emocional y de despedida para tres baluartes: David Alaba, Jérôme Boateng y Javi Martínez, además del entrenador Hansi Flick. Pero también uno de suspenso para Robert Lewandowski, quien buscaba romper el récord de goles en una sola temporada de Bundesliga.

Robert Lewandowski Breaks 49-Year-Old Record With Last Kick Of Season

Forty-one — that’s all that really mattered for Bayern Munich in its season finale against Augsburg on Saturday. Sure, there were send-offs for beloved club players like David Alaba, Jérôme Boateng, Javi Martínez and coach Hansi Flick, but what Die Roten really wanted was to get Robert Lewandowski a 41st goal to break the Bundesliga single-season goals record, which had stood since 1972.

The goal finally came with the final kick of the match.

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