Cristiano Ronaldo's Mad Again Because A Teammate Scored And Not Him

We’ve seen this story before, and you know what? We can’t even hate on this. Sure, this is some petulant behavior, but you’ve got to be impressed that Cristiano Ronaldo gives so few fucks about what anyone—even his teammates—thinks that he doesn’t even try to hide his frustration at not being the one to tap in a… » 4/30/15 12:15pm Thursday 12:15pm

Brad Guzan Boner Delights Manchester City Supporters

Aston Villa and USMNT keeper Brad Guzan’s enormous boner early in today’s match at Etihad Stadium gave Manchester City a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into a crucial match for Villa’s future in the Premiership. Sergio Agüero took advantage of the boner to score his league-leading 21st goal of the campaign. » 4/25/15 12:43pm 4/25/15 12:43pm

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 4/23/15 11:34pm

Junior Hockey Player Farts Out A Spectacularly Bad Shootout Attempt

This poor schmuck is named Marko Milovanovic, and he is the captain of the Serbian junior national team. During Sunday’s game against Spain, young Marko stepped up to take his turn in the tie-breaking shootout, and proceeded to just fall right the hell down, gently sliding the puck past the blue line and right into… » 4/22/15 3:12pm 4/22/15 3:12pm

Boston U. Goalie Blows Late NCAA Title Game Lead With Huge Boner


A baffling mistake by Matt O’Connor allowed the puck into his own goal and blew Boston University’s 3-2 lead on Providence in the NCAA national championship game. Kyle McKenzie would eventually be credited with the goal, but O’Connor’s boner only grew bigger when minutes later he allowed the Friars’ go-ahead goal… » 4/11/15 10:09pm 4/11/15 10:09pm

Ref Cancels Penalty, Brings Back Red Carded Player After Change Of Mind

This whole situation is pretty nutty, so we're going to have to get into this. The short version is, referees getting calls right is good, but not after they've already made a wrong call and definitely not when it's thanks to an assistant doing something he shouldn't. » 4/06/15 11:01am 4/06/15 11:01am

Goalie Doesn't Know Shootout Started, Still Makes Save

Former and maybe future NHLer Paul Bissonnette is currently playing in the AHL for the Manchester Monarchs. He posted a pretty funny video on Instagram from the team’s shootout against the Hartford Wolf Pack earlier today. Apparently it was so loud at Hartford’s XL Center that the Manchester goalie—who had his head… » 4/04/15 11:52pm 4/04/15 11:52pm

Professional Soccer Team Somehow Fails To Score On 5 vs. 1

Down 0-1 in stoppage time yesterday in a Swiss Super League match against Young Boys, FC Vaduz sent nearly everybody forward in attack. When that attacked was repelled, it left Vaduz facing what you see in the thumbnail above: an unprecedented five on one for Young Boys. But with a wealth of profitable options in… » 4/04/15 3:37pm 4/04/15 3:37pm

Brazilian Player Red Carded For Flipping Double Bird At Booing Fans

Internacional's Fabrício is sort of like the Brazilian soccer league's Ron Artest, apparently. In his newest display of losing his mind on the pitch, the full back stopped playing in the middle of a game to shout at fans for booing him, then waved two middle fingers at his verbal assailants before the ref came to send… » 4/02/15 11:31am 4/02/15 11:31am

Soccer Team Gets Scored On While Busy Celebrating Their Goal

If you've ever wondered why soccer players celebrate goals in the opponent's half of the field, well it's mostly because all of them except the goalkeeper are already there. But it's also because the other team cannot kickoff while there are opposing players in their half. This is something the all the players on… » 3/25/15 10:20pm 3/25/15 10:20pm

Here's Steven Gerrard's Final Liverpool-Man United Match In Its Entirety

Steven Gerrard made sure his final match in the Liverpool-Manchester United rivalry was a memorable one, but not in the way he'd have hoped. After coming on as a sub at halftime, he received the ball six times, played five passes, made one crunching tackle that could've gotten him a yellow, and ultimately was justly… » 3/22/15 12:12pm 3/22/15 12:12pm