Argentine Goalkeeper Commits Two Clown Show Errors 

I know next to nothing about San Martín de Tucumán goalkeeper José Martínez Gullotta, but I feel confident saying this was the worst performance of his career. Playing his debut match for San Martín against Argentinos in the Copa Argentina round of 32, Gullotta turned his back to the field for God knows what reason,… » 4/23/15 11:34pm Thursday 11:34pm

Indirect Free Kick Goals Will Always Look Crazy

Indirect free kicks in the penalty area are one of soccer’s rarest occurrences, mostly due to the handful of circumstances that can create them. We featured one from Carlos Tevez a few weeks ago, and here’s another that happened last night in Colombia’s top division as Cortuluá’s Carlos Ibargüen hammered one home… » 4/20/15 10:50am 4/20/15 10:50am

45-Yard Golazo In 89th Minute Delivers Win For Indy Over San Antonio

Indy Eleven downed the reigning NASL champions last night in San Antonio on this stunning long-range and late-game golazo from Sergio Peña. The Honduran’s 45-yarder in the 89th minute broke a 1-1 deadlock and extended his team’s unbeaten streak to eight games. But seriously, check out this goal! (It even left the… » 4/19/15 10:45am 4/19/15 10:45am

Antoine Griezmann Hitting Deportivo With The Bicycle Kick

There was at least one and probably two missed offside calls on this series from Atlético Madrid’s match today at La Coruña, but don’t let that take away from the athleticism Antoine Griezmann displays here as the Frenchman handles a knuckling header to deliver a bicycle kick off the half-volley. Griezmann has a… » 4/18/15 12:51pm 4/18/15 12:51pm

Craig Gardner Delivers From 30 Yards Out To Put West Brom Up 2-0

Crystal Palace’s four-match win streak looks to be coming to an end as they’re down 2-0 at home to West Bromwich Albion—and that second goal is a real screamer off the boot of Craig Gardner, whose 30-yard strike made it past Julian Speroni and likely would have beaten any keeper in the league. » 4/18/15 11:20am 4/18/15 11:20am

Suárez Puts Barça Up On Valencia Less Than A Minute Into The Match

Today’s La Liga battle at Camp Nou started off strong for the home side as Barcelona easily moved down the pitch—Sergio Busquets had a lot to do with this thanks to finding Messi on a long through ball—with Luis Suárez depositing the ball in the net, all in less than a minute. » 4/18/15 10:15am 4/18/15 10:15am

This 93-Year-Old, Arsenal-Hating Reading Fan Is The Best

When Reading take on Arsenal in the FA Cup semifinal Saturday, 93-year-old Ciss Platten will be at Wembley to cheer them on. The Guardian figures that she'll be the only Reading fan in attendance who was alive the last time they advanced to the FA Cup semifinal, in 1927. The Guardian has an entire interview with… » 4/16/15 9:07pm 4/16/15 9:07pm

Eduardo Galeano Has Died; Here Are Excerpts From His Classic Soccer Book

Eduardo Galeano, one of the most beloved writers to ever come from Uruguay and Latin America as a whole, has passed away today at the age of 74 after succumbing to cancer. Galeano was famous for writing about politics and history and war and economics. He also brought the same passion and knowledge that he brought to… » 4/13/15 2:18pm 4/13/15 2:18pm

And Here's Another Golazo, This Time From Ecuador

If Ecuador has a SportsCenter, this will certainly make its #Top10. El Nacional stiker Miguel Álvarez capped off a huge day for his side’s Serie A match against U. Católica with this scissor-kick off the chested volley. The video’s worth it just for the ¡GOLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZOOOOOOOOOOOOO! » 4/11/15 3:05pm 4/11/15 3:05pm