No need to cry, Argentina.
Colombia’s James Rodriguez, Brazil’s Neymar, and a ridiculously large bug all met for a perfect moment, which was captured during the quarter-finals of the World Cup on July 4.
As the sun set on the World Cup, Rio’s iconic statue gave the world an unforgettable image.
Just two good buds having fun!
Argentina’s Gonzalo Higuain thinks he’s scored… then realises he hasn’t. His first half “goal” was ruled off-side, but Higuain didn’t find that out until after he’d wheeled away to celebrate.
A goal in the 112th minute gave Germany their fourth World Cup title.
Netherlands and Brazil played for third and fourth place in the World Cup. Jasper Cillessen didn’t seem to be stressed.
“David Luiz, you are my champion.”
It takes one to know one.
“Despite what everyone on the internet thinks, I do not team jump.”
A visual breakdown of the roster of every team that advanced to the knockout stage.
Who says they’re not real fans?
An hour after LeBron James announced he’s returning to the Cavs, this billboard popped up in Cleveland. Note: it’s a video board. This definitely wasn’t just painted today.
Dá até pra dar um cacete nuns argentinos.
James announced his decision on Sports Illustrated’s website on Friday. “My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball. I didn’t realize that four years ago. I do now.”
The 17-year-old’s Facebook account also appears to have been taken down.
U.S. soccer interest has “skyrocketed,” according to the league.
If you looked up “classy” in the dictionary…
Wait for it… Wait for it…
There was suffering, there was crying, there was looking up at the sky. In the end the team made it to the final and they all exploded in joy.
Ben Utecht worries concussions he sustained in the NFL will cause him to forget his family’s names one day.
Obey the rules or face the consequences.
In spite of the loss, there’s so much to be proud of.