Good sportsmanship: seeing an opponent fall in pain while in the process of making an easy clearance and kicking the ball out of play. Bad sportsmanship: seeing an opponent fall in pain while in the process of making an easy clearance and stealing the ball from the injured fellow in order to go score the winning goal like a big jerk.

Let Arsenal Tula’s stoppage time winner against Terek Grozny in their Russian Premier League match this weekend serve as yet more evidence that, sometimes, it is good to be bad.

[Mundo Deportivo]