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U.S. Customs held Great Britain’s Olympic hero Mo Farah when all he was trying to do was go home. It was awkward, and it wasn’t the first time he’s had trouble with them. Details, after the jump.
We’ll leave it to YouTube commenter Oğulcan Sandıkçıoğlu, who said simply: “ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC İS NOT HUMAN!” Sweden beat England, 4-2, and Steven Gerrard — who was playing in his 100th game for England — later called it one of the best goals he’s ever seen live.
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Here’s Andrea Pirlo’s Chip Penalty Shot Against England That Helped Send Italy Through To The Semis In Euro 2012
In a match dominated by the Azzurri from start to finish, Italy’s Alessandro Diamanti knocked home the fifth and final penalty of his team’s quarterfinal match against England to send the Italians through to the semis. After no goals had been scored in regulation or overtime, it came down to penalties to determine who will be facing Germany in the semis. But the real star of the show was Andrea Pirlo, who calmly chipped the ball down middle on his penalty while England keeper Joe Hart, who dove to his right, watched the ball slowly float into the goal. Watch Pirlo’s cheeky right foot, after the jump.
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Try picking one moment of this video that is funnier than the rest. It’s got everything you need in comedy: physical injury, absurdity, characters who have no idea why this is so funny, and somehow even more. See it all after the jump.
Canada earns its first-ever World Cup point with a last minute goal… from midfield… by their goalie.