Josh Sargent Scores Puskás-Worthy Goal Minutes After Berhalter Leaves Him Off USMNT Roster

Is it too late for Gregg Berhalter to rethink his USMNT roster? Mere minutes after the U.S. roster for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers was made public — a squad that didn’t include Josh Sargent — the Norwich City forward scored an absurd goal in the Premier League. The Josh Sargent goal vs Watford may just be a Puskás Award-worthy goal for the sheer audacity of it, not to mention the acrobatics and improvisation required to turn the ball into the back of the net.

No Flores, No Acevedo, No Party: Los 30 Convocados De México Para Las Eliminatorias

Gerardo Martino dio a conocer la lista de jugadores que usará en los próximos duelos eliminatorios de México y - ¡oh, sorpresa! - está llena de nombres que a estas alturas pueden considerarse vacas sagradas de este proceso.

Con la excepción de Gerardo Arteaga y Julián Araujo, la verdad es que la baraja del Tata no se movió mucho, revolviendo las entrañas de aquellos que exigen caras nuevas en el Tri.

Balenciaga Wants $650 Of Your Well-Earned Money For This Frankenstein They Call The Soccer Hood Scarf

There are two things that Balenciaga is constantly looking for: to convey dopeness through its clothes and a big chunk of your money-money. And in search of that goal, the fashion house once again draws inspiration from soccer to present you with a weird hybrid called the hood scarf.

Please, behold:  

Defending Champion Algeria Knocked Out Of AFCON At Group Stage After Ivory Coast Defeat

DOUALA, Cameroon - Nicolas Pépé scored a superb solo goal as Ivory Coast thumped Algeria 3-1 to send the defending champions crashing out of the Africa Cup of Nations finals on Thursday following a disastrous Group E campaign.

Algeria's 35-game unbeaten run was ended by Equatorial Guinea in a stunning upset in their last match, and they were outplayed again by the impressive Ivorians, who might have had more goals with better finishing.

Kei Kamara Left Heartbroken After Late Penalty Miss Eliminates Sierra Leone At AFCON

LIMBE, Cameroon - Sierra Leone’s veteran striker Kei Kamara missed a late penalty to scupper their chances of reaching the next round of the Africa Cup of Nations as they lost 1-0 to Equatorial Guinea on Thursday.

Pablo Ganet’s 38th-minute strike ensured Equatorial Guinea finished second in Group E and progressed, but Sierra Leone might have gone through as one of the best third-placed finishers if they had forced a draw.

They were awarded a last-minute penalty, but Kamara’s effort was saved by Equatorial Guinea’s 20-year-old goalkeeper Jesús Owono.

FA Looking At Suspicious Arsenal Yellow Card Amid Betting Concerns; Fans Believe They Found The Culprit

The English Football Association (FA) announced it’s looking into suspected abnormal betting patterns involving an Arsenal player during the 2021-22 Premier League season.

Martial Denies Refusing To Be In Man United's Squad After Rangnick Throws Him Under The Bus

Anthony Martial has denied refusing to be in Manchester United's squad for Saturday's Premier League game against Aston Villa after interim manager Ralf Rangnick said the Frenchman did not want to be involved.

The 26-year-old forward has started only two league games this season and has not featured since a 3-2 win over Arsenal on Dec. 2. Martial's representative has said he wants to secure a move in January to get more game time.

United are struggling for players due to injuries, COVID-19 and the Africa Cup of Nations but Martial played no part in the 2-2 draw with Villa.

Jackass Of The Day Goes To Whoever Brought A Pole To Seville Derby And Threw It At A Player

A Spanish Cup clash between rivals Sevilla and Real Betis was abandoned on Saturday after Sevilla player Joan Jordan was struck in the head by an object thrown from the stands.

Video replays showed a pole-shaped object hitting Jordan on the head moments after Nabil Fekir had equalized for hosts Betis to draw the last 16 tie level at 1-1 at the Estadio Benito Villamarin.

Salah Gets His Goal And Launches Egypt One Step Closer To Knockout Stages

It was only a matter of time before Mohamed Salah found the back of the net for Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations. The Liverpool star hardly had a sight of goal in Egypt’s opener against Nigeria. He still had few opportunities in front of his opponent’s goal on Saturday, but Salah was the man to make the breakthrough as he and his side defeated Guinea-Bissau 1-0.