If you’d like to see what the sentence “Oh my god, this is the coolest thing that has ever happened to me!” looks like when played out in real life, this Russian kid’s reaction to seeing José Mourinho in the tunnel before yesterday’s Rostov-Manchester United match will do the trick:
The baby-faced assassins of Barcelona’s youth team won an international U12 tournament this weekend, beating the tots of Japanese club Omiya Ardija in the final. The Omiya Ardija kids were absolutely destroyed by the loss, which led to this adorable moment of sportsmanship as the winners tried to comfort the losers.
7-year-old Ethan here was hit with a very untimely bout of the hiccups right before he was to sing the national anthem before an Australian Baseball League game between the Brisbane Bandits and the Adelaide Bite. Did he ask for a second to compose himself? Did young Ethan request some water?
After his second goal in the England-Scotland match earlier this week, Wayne Rooney celebrated by doing a cartwheel. Today, he revealed the inspiration behind the move by posting an Instagram video of his son Kai's favorite new move:
WGN regularly features a young child on its Friday morning weather forecast, and usually it's awkward and bad TV. Not yesterday, though, as second grader Charlie Hale absolutely dominated the broadcast.
In the world of soccer, there are reds and there are blues. Sure, there are green and white and purple jerseys, too, but the great divide is between the reds and the blues. In the video above, one bawling little Manchester United fan shows just how deep these color allegiances run.
Just look at those cute little hands clapping in time, and those cute little arms splaying out along with the rest of the crowd. It's so damn adorable!
You know how fun it looks when soccer players—and especially Brazilian ones—get together to enact one of their elaborate choreographed goal celebrations? Well, one cute little South African kid got to experience that and more first-hand when he ran onto the pitch today.
We don't have much background info to go with this video, but it looks like young Casey was asked to share his favorite memory from the past year during his fifth-grade graduation ceremony. Casey flips the script, though, and chooses to talk about his least-favorite memory: the day the Giants won the World Series.