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Top 5 Wackiest/Zaniest Moments From Bayern Munich’s 2-1 Champions League Victory Over The-Other-German-Team Borussia Dortmund
Go Furher? Wow, Ford, going with the Lenny Bruce “offend everybody” advertising approach, eh? More weird stuff from today’s all-German final after the jump. (Hint: balls may or may not be kicked)
Will and Jaden Smith are currently promoting their new movie, After Earth, by trying to do as the locals do. Trying.
The Champions League Final Is Saturday. Meet Dortmund Manager Jürgen Klopp, Germany’s Answer To The Most Interesting Man In The World.
He is a human quote machine, and a rare wonderful man in a profession that produces some of the most awful people in the world: coaching. Details of his awesomeness, after the jump.
Bayern Munich upset Barcelona, 4-0, in a Champions League semifinal first leg on Monday, but mostly what they’re all talking about today is Barcelona’s Jordi Alba throwing the ball into the face of Bayern’s Arjen Robben. Awesome move, or poor form?
So, about that red card: fair or foul?
Barcelona wasn’t having its best day. Midway through the second half of its Champions League matchup against Spartak Moscow, Barca found itself down 2-1. Was an upset in the making? Well… no. And to no one’s surprise, the world’s best player finished the job for the favorites.
Zlatan Imbrahimovic opened the scoring for Paris Saint-Germain against Dynamo Kyiv in the first leg of their Champions League debut with a penalty shot goal, and PSG eventually won the game by a score of 4-1. But after that first goal, when Ibrahimovic raised his arms in celebration, another body part, er, raised itself in celebration.
Politics isn’t totally about selling out your principles in exchange for power. Sometimes, you get to kick back with your fellow leaders of the free world and watch some soccer. This shot of the G8 Summit members at Camp David, watching Chelsea-Bayern Munich, is a candid glimpse into these people as human beings and sports fans.
Chelsea are your European champions, thanks to — who else? — Didier Drogba. After extra time refused to yield a winner, the Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich went to penalty kicks. Video, after the jump.