Look Away USMNT Fans, Jack Grealish Just Stole Tyler Adams’ Lunch Money And Left Him For Dead

Manchester City and RB Leipzig played the most thrilling game to open up the 2021-22 Champions League season with a nine-goal thriller that saw City win 6-3. American fans won’t want to talk about the Jack Grealish vs Tyler Adams moment for City’s fourth goal.

Adams was caught ball watching and far too lackadaisical tracking back to get to a ball in his final third. His slowness allowed Grealish to pick up the ball and proceed to do horrible things to the American. Close your eyes USMNT fans, Adams is about to get murdered.

The Most Dangerous Dribbler Isn’t Messi, It’s A Fed-Up Chelsea Center Back With Nothing To Lose

Chelsea defeated Zenit 1-0 in the Champions League on Tuesday, but one of the most exciting moments of the match came from center back Antonio Rudiger. With nothing working in the final third, Rudiger decided he’ll do what Kurt Zouma did against Ajax. Let’s compare the Rudiger and Zouma runs.

First, let’s start with the original Chelsea center back dash. During Chelsea’s Champions League clash against Ajax in 2019 Zouma dribbled through the entire team before launching his shot into orbit.

The Most Violent And Intimidating Players In Premier League History

The allure of the Premier League is in its blood and thunder approach. The incredible noise from the stands is replicated with a frantic energy on the pitch, where some of the players with the most red cards in Premier League history are also some of the most celebrated for their brave defending, box-to-box midfield play or aggressive attacking.

Sigilosa Trampa De Alexis Vega Hace Al Necaxa Fallar Un Penal

Víctor Vucetich obtuvo una vida extra al mando de Chivas, el último sábado, luego de que el Rebaño Sagrado consiguiera una trabajada victoria por 2-1 ante el Necaxa.

La historia, sin embargo, pudo haber sido totalmente diferente si en el minuto 25, cuando el marcador aún estaba 0-0, Alejandro Zendejas no hubiera volado el penal que entonces favoreció a los Rayos.

Con Johan Vásquez Esto No Pasaba: Inter Golea Al Genoa En El Inicio De La Serie A

Genoa, el nuevo equipo de Johan Vásquez, fue básicamente convertido en cenizas en su visita al Inter de Milán, en el inicio de la Serie A 2021-22. El cuadro rossoblú cayó 4-0 ante el actual campeón de la liga, en un partido en el que mostró serios problemas defensivos.

¿Dónde estaba Vásquez? Como el ex Pumas llegó hace menos de 10 días, el técnico Davide Ballardi decidió no convocarlo, mientras se adapta al equipo. Sin embargo, en vista de la goleada sufrida no sería raro que apure su puesta en forma para tenerlo disponible en la próxima jornada.

Winners and Losers From The First Week Of Premier League Play

With the Premier League kicking off this past weekend, soccer is almost back in full form around the world. As some top clubs had unreal losses, others shocked us with a win. There were numerous winners and losers from the first week of action back in the Premier League. 

El Medallista Johan Vásquez Llegó Al Genoa Hablando En Italiano

Después de colgarse la medalla de bronce en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio, Johan Vásquez regresó a México, celebró con su familia y volvió a armar las maletas casi de manera inmediata.

El defensor tenía claro que no volvería a vestir el jersey de Pumas y que su destino estaba en Europa. Específicamente, en el Genoa de la Serie A italiana, equipo que hoy finalmente decidió oficializar el acuerdo.

43-Year-Old Buffon Turns Back The Clock With Incredible Save

At 43 years old most people aren’t playing professional soccer. At any age, most people aren’t stopping this goal. But at the ripe age of 43, Gianluigi Buffon, like aged wine, shows he can still move around with this incredible save against Sassuolo. 

The 2017 Italian Footballer of the year winner showed his vintage self with an amazing save in a friendly match against Sassuolo on Sunday.

Abby Dahlkemper Searches For ‘Raw Footage’ While Mic’d Up At USWNT Training

Riding a 44-match unbeaten streak, the USWNT arrived in Japan on July 7 to begin its final preparations for Tokyo 2020. We’re now just seven days away from the team’s opening game against Sweden on July 21 (4:30 a.m. ET kick-off), and the squad has been putting in work at its base in Miyazaki. 

Italy’s Old Guard Deserves The Praise, But This Team’s Success Was No One-Off

LONDON - The old guard, once again, came good for Italy, this time steering the Azzurri to Euro 2020 glory, but wily defensive stalwarts Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini cannot go on forever.

One experienced defensive head is guaranteed to remain, however, to guide an exciting Italy team into the future, despite still being a boy himself. The unflappable Gianluigi Donnarumma is almost certainly going to go on to break all kinds of appearance records at club and international level.