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Neymar Ignores Edinson Cavani During Goal Celebration, But I'm Sure It's Totally Fine

PSG beat Bayern Munich by a score of 3-0 in the Champions League today. Edinson Cavani scored his team’s second goal after being set up nicely by Kylian Mbappé. Here is video of that goal, which you should watch for the goal’s coolness and for Cavani’s demonstrated happiness after he scores, but you should not make…

Bayern Munich's Awful Backup Keeper Is Demonstrating How Great Manuel Neuer Is

If walking the Bundesliga, winning the World Cup, and consolidating his place as the world’s very best goalkeeper weren’t enough to win Manuel Neuer the Ballon d’Or in 2014, when he finished third in the voting, then maybe atrocious blunders like this one today by Sven Ulreich, Bayern’s No. 2 keeper who’s played all…

Dortmund's Other Teenage Star Slams The Door On Bayern Munich To Reach German Cup Final

With Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund tied 2-2 late in their German Cup semifinal match, Dortmund’s teenage star (no, not that one) blasted the game-winning goal from behind a screen of defenders. Ousmane Dembele’s late winner sent his club to their fourth consecutive German Cup final, leaving Germany’s greatest…

Sergio Ramos Orchestrates Nearly Perfect Set Piece With Just A Few Nods Of His Head

We’ve previously extolled the virtues of Real Madrid’s header-scoring genius, Sergio Ramos, and our appreciation for this set piece savant has only grown after seeing the following video. Watching Ramos’s mind work in realtime—as he interprets the situation, visualizes the best outcome, then effectuates his plan by…

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Julian Green Scores First Competitive Goal For Bayern Munich, Rest Of Europe Trembles In Fear

The biggest story of the soccer season for American soccer fans has been the ascendance of the Wonderteen Christian Pulisic from Dortmund bench guy to potential Lionel Messi understudy, so it’s been easy to forget that there’s another young American on an elite Bundesliga club. Julian Green, the USMNT’s surprise 2014…

America's Shameful Youth Development Exposed When 40 Kids Lose To Xabi Alonso And Arturo Vidal

We’ve harped on this point many times before, but sometimes it takes a concise, visual representation of an issue for the masses to internalize it. This video, made during Bayern Munich’s summer U.S. tour, depicting just two men—Xabi Alonso and Arturo Vidal—running roughshod over 40 American kids should really…