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Flying Kicks, Avant-Garde Linesmen's Flags And Other CONMEBOL Qualifiers Highlights

Here it's a pill hard to swallow: Concacaf doesn't have the monopoly on absurdity. Sorry. Other confederations also have a fair share of the industry, and they are not shy when it is time to demonstrate it. 

And yes, we are looking at you, CONMEBOL.

Thursday night there were three games in the South American qualifiers, and all of them brought goals, emotions but also a good amount of WTF moments.

You don't have time; I don't have time, so let's go to the point.

Inquisitive Dog Barks Some Questions In Tata Martino Press Conference

Two years into the COVID pandemic, it's safe to say we've all experienced at least one Zoom mishap. Just a couple days ago, for example, my three-year-old daughter yelled "yeah!" after an idea I shared with my colleagues at The18. It wasn't a great idea, but the "yeah!" brought some laughs and a consolation comment from my boss: "At least someone liked it."

Keeper Is Left Dumbfounded After 40-Yard Lob Enters Orbit Before Dipping Into The Corner

So Érik Lamela has claimed the 2021 Puskás Award for his absurd rabona, meaning it's time to start labelling every gorgeous goal we see over the next 12 months as "Puskás worthy."  

We'll start in Germany's third division, where Borussia Dortmund II (the U-23s) defeated SV Waldhof on Monday with one of the greatest lobs/90th-minute winners you'll ever see. 

Big Man Adebayo Akinfenwa Crushes His Teammates After Incredible 90+8' Equalizer

Wycombe Wanderers and Sunderland played out a batshit crazy League One match Saturday that saw the two clubs exchange four goals in the opening 39 minutes before each scored in second-half stoppage time to cap a wild 3-3 draw. 

A David Stockdale own goal gave Sunderland the lead in the third minute, but Wycombe responded through Anis Mehmeti in the 13th. The Blues then went ahead through Sam Vokes in the 36th, but the Black Cats equalized only three minutes later thanks to Ross Stewart's goal.

Prolific Striker Scores Last Goal From His Coffin

Week after week, Jaime Escandar proved his talents as a striker in Club Aparición, a small amateur squad in Paine, a town a few miles south of Santiago, Chile. In the words of his teammates, he was a natural. He could score goals with his right foot, with his left foot, with his head. He just scored goals for every taste. 

But last weekend, his goal was a bit different.

No Es Slow Motion: Este Jugador Se Demoró Casi 30 Segundos En Tirar Un Penal

La edición número 100 del Torneo de Escuelas Secundarias de Japón se está convirtiendo en una fábrica de momentos virales. A la secuencia de balón detenido digna de los Supercampeones, ahora se suma el que muchos han bautizado como el penal más largo del mundo.

Bench Player Goes Full Zidane With First-Touch During Sunday League Game

The best moments in rec league aren't often unbelievable goals or incredible displays of skill. They're things like batshit crazy tackles that aren't even whistled, own goals scored from the top of your own area and that 24 pack of beer in the cooler.

But all the hoofing, chasing and getting blasted in the face combine to make those rare moments of technique stick out all the clearer, like a Monet in a wastewater treatment plant. 

¿Mo Salah? ¿El Pibe Valderrama? Mazatlán Pide A Sus Fans Adivinar Quién Es Su Nuevo Refuerzo

Con la casi segura salida de su talismán, Camilo Sanvezzo, rumbo al Toluca, el Mazatlán FC movió rápido sus tentáculos y anunció uno de los refuerzos que intentará llenar el vacío que dejará el brasileño.

Antes de revelar su identidad, sin embargo, los cañoneros realizaron una dinámica en redes sociales pidiéndole a sus aficionados adivinar el nombre del jugador en cuestión.

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