Sometimes soccer can be such a mean game that you can’t help but just sit there and cry. After seeing his team’s chances of making out of the Champions League group stage die in the form of one red card and four shots hitting the back of his net in the first half, Beşiktaş keeper Fabricio couldn’t hold it together:
Dynamo Kiev’s players did not enjoy the ass-kicking Shakhtar Donetsk were laying on them in a match this weekend. Irked at Shakhtar’s celebration after their third goal of the day, some Dynamo players decided to try their hand at a more literal beat-down, which led to a huge brawl on the pitch:
He’s been doing it for years now, but it’s still ridiculous just how good Yaya Touré is at scoring goals. This curler, knocked in from the top of the box at the end of Manchester City’s match against Dynamo Kiev, was as important as it was pretty, as it all but sealed City’s progression into the next round of the…
Man, Willian’s right foot really is about the only way Chelsea can score, huh? After opening their account with an own goal off a deflected cross from, you guessed it, Willian, Chelsea fought back from a late Dynamo equalizer to score the winner in the 83rd minute.
The Guardian has a pretty disturbing report from Ukraine, where Dynamo Kiev and Chelsea drew 0-0 yesterday in Champions League action. According to the paper, UEFA is investigating attacks in the stands on four black Dynamo Kiev supporters, suffered at the hands of their fellow home fans. In an attempt to restore a…
Dynamo Kyiv is up 1-0 at the half against Fiorentina thanks to a very generous deflection.
I know. I know. It was a great goal from Dynamo Kiev's Andriy Yarmolenko. Someone should've, could've stepped to the ball, at some point. Tim Howard probably couldn't have gotten to it anyway. I know. That's all out of the way.
This is probably as close as you'll get to seeing Beast Mode's famous Beast Quake run recreated on a soccer pitch. Everton's Romelu Lukaku knocks over a good three or four defenders before laying off the assist for Steven Naismith's equalizer, proving that he is indeed 'bout that action:
With all the political turmoil in Ukraine, officials of their top soccer league have suspended play until things quiet down. Thus, yesterday's scheduled derby pitting rivals Dynamo Kiev and Shakhtar Donetsk against each other didn't happen. Well, it did happen, just not as planned.
Today's UEFA Champions League action featured one of the more boneheaded Idiots On The Field we've seen of late. Following last week's Idiot who ran out onto the field during a live football play, this would-be soccer star rushed onto the pitch in Kiev during Dynamo's match against Porto—only to run right into his…