World of Sport
Di Maria has advised Louis Van Gaal on who his next target should be. But is history repeating itself?By Eurosport | World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 16:44 BST
Neymar was attendance at the Barcelona Open to watch world no.4 Nadal.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 16:26 BST
Barcelona star Neymar celebrated his match-winning Champions League quarter-final performance by watching one of the world's best tennis players in action.
The Brazil forward witnessed world no 4 Rafael Nadal beat Nicolas Almagro 6-3 6-1 to advance to the third round of the Barcelona Open on Wednesday.
Neymar, who scored twice to send his side into the semi-finals, met up with Real Madrid fan Nadal for a selfie before posting it on Instagram.
Nadal will now face Italian Fabio Fognini in the next round after he beat Russian Audrey RublevRead More »from Barcelona star Neymar takes selfie with Real Madrid supporting tennis star Rafael Nadal
Good Week, Bad Week: Thierry Henry finally says something interesting, and the shortest match highlights ever
Nick Miller reviews the week in football, with Thierry Henry under attack and Doncaster Rovers winning the internet with some brief match highlights.World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 15:50 BST
If you didn't know any better, a little like Grant Shapps, you'd think that Karl Oyston was a surreal art installation designed to test out exactly how objectionable a single person could be before the entire human race just snapped and turned on him.
As if virtually condemning Blackpool to relegation before the season even started and allegedly calling a fan a 'massive retard' when he objected, Oyston further endeared himself to the people of Lancashire and indeed the world by pursuing a 67-year-old fan called Frank Knight for damages, in response to a post Knight made onRead More »from Good Week, Bad Week: Thierry Henry finally says something interesting, and the shortest match highlights ever
Anand Arnold overcame paralysis from cancer to become bodybuilding champ.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 14:40 BST
Anand Arnold, it is fair to say, is an inspirational character. He has been labelled 'India's First Wheelchair Bodybuilder'.
According to a report in the India Times, Arnold began his passion for bodybuilding at a relatively young 13.
In fact, he won his first title that year. However, tragedy struck just two years later when Arnold was diagnosed with cancer.
Such was the severity of his condition, he had to undergo immediate treatment but it left him paralysed from the neck down with little mobility in his hands.
"After the operation, my chest was paralysed. I could just move my hands andRead More »from Anand Arnold beats cancer and paralysis to become India's First Wheelchair Bodybuilder
The 'Melwood Lean' has become a popular pose for new signings at Liverpool.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 14:23 BST
Liverpool fans have spotted a peculiar trend at the club's Melwood training complex.
'The Melwood Lean' is the name given to a pose that almost every Liverpool player has been photographed in over the past couple of years.
It seems to be customary for new signings to lean on something at the training ground as soon as they arrive, with the likes of Kolo Toure, Mario Balotelli and Adam Lallana all pictured doing it inRead More »from Jordan Henderson signs new contract and does the 'Melwood Lean'
Thierry Henry slammed for 'stupidest thing a pundit has said' after questioning Javier Hernandez celebration
Fans were quick to give Henry a taste of his own medicine after the Frenchman criticised Hernandez for celebrating on his own.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 11:51 BST
Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry received widespread criticism on Twitter after hitting out at Real Madrid striker Javier Hernandez for not celebrating with Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday night.
The Frenchman singled out the Manchester United loanee after he decided to celebrate his 88th minute goal against Atletico Madrid on his own instead of with Ronaldo, who played an integral part in the winner.
Chicharito's goal guided Carlo Ancelotti's side into the Champions League semi-finals but Henry insisted the tap-in belonged to the Ballon d'Or winner more than Hernandez himself.
Viewers of Sky'sRead More »from Thierry Henry slammed for 'stupidest thing a pundit has said' after questioning Javier Hernandez celebration
'Jose Mourinho, Cesc Fabregas, Didier Drogba and Diego Costa' hijacked the sign outside Arsenal's stadium ahead of Sunday's game.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Thu, Apr 23, 2015 11:19 BST
Chelsea fans have risked the wrath of Arsenal fans after hijacking a sign outside the Emirates Stadium ahead of Sunday's crucial clash between the Premier League's two in-form sides.
The game of the weekend could see Jose Mourinho's men kill off Arsenal's slim title hopes with manager Arsene Wenger looking for his first win against the Portuguese in 13 attempts.
And the two reignited their rivalry with eachother ahead of Sunday's match after Blues fans smoke bombed the Arsenal sign outside Emirates Stadium and covered it with letters spelling out 'Chelsea'.
ChelseaFansChannel's 'The C Team'Read More »from Chelsea fans take over Arsenal sign at Emirates Stadium ahead of Premier League clash
Social media was left reminiscing about the on-loan Real Madrid forward’s miserable start to the season following his tie-winning strike against Atletico Madrid in the Champions LeagueBy Eurosport | World of Sport – Wed, Apr 22, 2015 22:10 BST
August 26, 2014: Plays 90 minutes for Manchester United during a 4-0 humiliation at League One side MK Dons in the League Cup.
April 22, 2015: Scores a dramatic winner for Real Madrid as they oust rivals Atletico Madrid 1-0 in the Champions League quarter-finals.
What a night to be Javier Hernandez.
The Mexican was handed a rare start in the absence of Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema, with a handful of people predicting that it would be his night:
This chap either went to extreme lengths to tweet allRead More »from Overreaction Theatre: ‘Javier Hernandez was getting mugged off by MK Dons earlier this season’
Chiellini tried to make up for slipping and conceding possession by committing a less-than-subtle handball.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Wed, Apr 22, 2015 21:17 BST
Juventus needed all their players to put in a professional performance against Monaco on Wednesday night - but this moment of madness probably wasn't what coach Massimiliano Allegri had in mind.
Italian teams are cagey by nature, and Juve centre back Giorgio Chiellini showed that he will do whatever it takes to preserve his side’s advantage.
Chiellini committed one of the most blatant handballs you'll see all season in theRead More »from Giorgio Chiellini memes: Juventus defender commits 'most blatant handball ever'