These are some of the most thought-provoking images you will see from this year in news.
AKA 23 Reasons You Should Still Be Watching The World Cup.
As the World Cup and the 2016 Olympics bring unprecedented attention — and controversy — Brazil has been shaped by a sprawling, unique digital culture that may be more socially and politically active than any other country’s.
Which year is your favorite?
Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng were sent home from Brazil on the day of the final group match.
These are basically all the ways Team USA can move on to the next round.
This photo of two kids who are basically identical to David Luiz and Thiago Silva is too cute to handle.
“Damn you Ronaldo and your perfect face, hair and body”
Forget the football. It’s not all dreadful.
Spoiler: may not have gone entirely as England hoped.
FIFA says it is looking into claims that Mexican fans chanted homophobic slurs during their matches against Cameroon and Brazil.
“Well, it’s going to be embarrassing if we lose now.”
Spain’s in a huge hole against Chile. Just 45 minutes to save their World Cup life.
Because there’s more going on in Brazil than just soccer.
The U.S. captain will have the option of wearing a mask after suffering a broken nose against Ghana. Clint, may we suggest this?
That’s good flopping technique right there.
It’s like he has tunnel vision.
You think you know, but you have no idea.
It’s all Bertie the rabbit’s fault.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is how you make a statement.
Debunk alert! That photo of a woman in a trash dumpster is old — but still devastating.
Netherlands routs Spain, 5-1.
A 90-day ban for the former Germany captain and coach.
« C’est quoi déjà le prénom de Pelé ? Sébastien, non ? »
Avertissement : La modestie n’est pas le fort des footballeurs.