Two of the Premier League’s best linked up for what would have been a sensational goal for Chelsea against Brighton.
Our favourite thing about this is that it was described as “titillating” on Reddit.
As far as free-kick routines go, distracting the goalkeeper so he pulls down a member of the opposition’s shorts is a new one on us.
What a hit from Pablo Hernandez too.
— Adam Floyd Thomas (@adzng5) December 26, 2017
You know the people moaning about how calendar records aren’t a thing? They’re the same people that go on about how Harry Kane can’t score in August.
Whether you like the record or not, the fact remains the same: Harry Kane is brilliant.
🦁 Harry Kane in 2017:
⚪️ Games: 50
⚽️ Goals: 56
🎯 Assists: 10
🎩 Hattricks: 8
🥇 Player Of The Month: 2
🔥 Most @PremierLeague Goals Scored In One Year
✅ Highest Scorer In Europe's Top 5 Leagues for 2017
Simply Incredible 😳🔥👏 pic.twitter.com/MV7G706RZG
— SPORF (@Sporf) December 26, 2017
The Premier League is really going to miss him when he goes to Barcelona.
How very f*cking hell.
Football managers often have a frosty relationship with the media, but Antonio Conte showed himself to be the ultimate gentleman in toasting the press after Chelsea’s victory over Brighton.
Blue and white stripes vs red and white stripes is properly wonderful.
Plus, it featured this goalmouth scramble.
He’s done it. The former Ballon d’Or winner has become the president of Liberia.
Still not as good as his goal against Verona, mind.
— CAF (@CAF_Online) December 27, 2017
Here's a wee compilation I've made of some of the daft shite that's happened in Scottish football in 2017. pic.twitter.com/h2ia9Z25iD
— Adam (@aahh_no) December 26, 2017
When we asked Tom Victor to rank the best football songs of all time, we only expected him to do a top 10 or something.
He’s only gone and f*cking ranked them all.
“The Lionel Messi of goalkeepers.”
This is a lot harder than it sounds.
If you want to win a final, Varane’s the man.
These are bound to put a smile on your face.
Some of the most important transfers in the PL.
Except maybe Phil Jones
Would Man Utd have signed Michael Owen without it?
Think of how good these could have been.
Nineteen to get in five minutes.
We have a new Ornstein.