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¡Qué celebraciones más perras! Pretinha, la cachorrita que festeja los goles de Fluminense

Seguro que has escuchado la frase de que "el perro es el mejor amigo del hombre". Pues bueno, un video viral de una cachorra y su dueño aficionado al fútbol ejemplifica perfectamente el vínculo tan cercano que existe entre humanos y canes.

En serio, para verlo una y otra vez.

Perro TikTok celebra goles del Fluminense

Disfrutar de los partidos de tu equipo favorito de fútbol en compañía no tiene precio y un hombre en Brasil ha encontrado en su perra a la pareja perfecta con la cual ver todos los partidos del Fluminense.

NEW youngest player in NWSL history — San Diego Wave sign 15-year-old Melanie Barcenas

San Diego Wave FC will start the 2023 season on Saturday, but the team has already made history this year. On Tuesday the club signed the youngest player ever in the NWSL when 15-year-old Melanie Barcenas penned a three-year deal with San Diego.

Goalkeeper goes coast-to-coast and possibly breaks the record for longest goal ever scored

Cobresal goalkeeper Leandro Requena is over the moon not only because he scored a rare coast-to-coast goal against Chilean giants Colo Colo in a 3-1 win last Saturday, but also because his feat might have broken the record for the longest goal ever scored in professional soccer. 

The funny thing is he wasn't even trying. 

Rowdy mob of kangaroos are the 12th man during Australia Cup match

We learned all about the goodness of the Australia Cup last year when semi-professional side Sydney United 58 managed to reach the final, and the 2023 edition is off to a flying start in the preliminary rounds.

On Wednesday, Canberra Olympic FC played Tuggeranong United in the Canberra region of qualifying, and the action was so enthralling that a mob of kangaroos watched on from the touchline. 

Gavi makes history by attempting two head tackles in one game

There are all sorts of stats and accolades that illustrate how talented Gavi is — the Golden Boy award, Spain's youngest goalscorer, the youngest World Cup scorer since Pelé — but he's a phenomenon best experienced live.

The sky might be falling on Barcelona (littered with fake cash featuring the word "MAFIA"), but Gavi's willing to take on that duel. "Lost cause" is not in the 18-year-old's lexicon. 

Serie B manager almost ends himself by celebrating win with a bicycle kick

With only nine matches remaining in the season, the battle to avoid relegation to Italy's third division is getting awfully serious in Serie B. The roll call of clubs teetering on the brink is pretty astonishing and includes recent Serie A competitors Venezia, Benevento, SPAL and Brescia.

Heading into Sunday, Cosenza sat dead last in 20th-place but hosted SPAL in a classic relegation six-pointer at Marulla Stadium. Cosenza desperately needed three points ahead of next weekend's trip to league leading Frosinone. 

The Soccer Tournament: Why I love this 7-on-7 gimmick and you should too

The hype is growing around The Soccer Tournament (TST) — brainchild of the folks behind the increasingly popular The Basketball Tournament (TBT) — but I don't think anyone's talking about it nearly enough.

On June 1, 32 teams will descend on WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC, for a four-day tournament with the winners taking home $1 million. It's certainly not your traditional soccer tournament with different rules, procedures and a collection of squads comprised of legends, professionals, up-and-coming talents, amateurs, viral street sensations and everyone in-between.

Women's World Cup fever builds with Disney+ documentary on Australia's Matildas coming soon

With just over 130 days to go until the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, the hype within the host nations has already reached fever pitch. Australia's Matildas open play on July 20 against Ireland with a crowd of over 80,000 expected in Sydney.

The excitement around the event has only been amplified by the team's recent performances on the pitch, where Australia's riding a seven-game win streak that's included triumphs over Sweden, Spain and Denmark.

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