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We ask that you please take a moment of silence to observe the passing of James Harden’s ankles… and now that you’ve done that, check out the way Twitter memorialized Harden’s unfortunate ankle breaking after the jump.
Nigerian men’s soccer captain Kingsley Udoh has accused Ghana’s players of using black magic against his team prior to last Sunday’s All Africa games final qualifying match. His teammate, on the other hand, blames the defense.
It was a big day for Greece’s soccer team – they scored their first World Cup goal, then recorded their first World Cup win, defeating Nigeria 2-1 with help from a red card given to Nigeria’s Sani Kaita.
Day 2 of the 2010 World Cup is underway, and though you’re probably just looking forward to 2:30 when the U.S. takes on England, there’s some intriguing action in earlier games.
South Africa has faced no shortage of concerns regarding safety and crowd control at the World Cup. Now, after a stampede in Johannesburg, those concerns become even more prominent (Video).