You can’t say it wasn’t deserved. Late on in a England-Wales match that was somehow still tied at one goal apiece despite the Three Lions creating more and better chances, England got the winner thanks to a brilliant Dele Alli flick and some nifty Daniel Sturridge footwork before he fired the ball into the net.
The Europa League final between Liverpool and Sevilla was a taut, back-and-forth affair, until Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge broke the game open in the 35th minute with this beautiful strike. Make sure you stick around for the behind-the-goal angle that shows just how much curl the outside of Sturridge’s foot put…
If you wanted more proof that Daniel Sturridge is cursed with terrible, rotten, no-good luck, here you go: after finally returning to action about a month ago after last spring’s hip surgery, the Liverpool striker is set to miss his third consecutive match with knee discomfort and will undergo a scan to see if doctors…
C'mon. If that's the point of your article, you better make damn sure you've got the accompanying pictures right.
Start the video at 6:00. Sent in by reader George.
It's not every day a center back pings a perfect long ball over the back four for an assist, but then again it's not every day that a striker's first-time, high-arching shot actually finds the back of the net. Did I mention that he wasn't even looking?