13 things we loved this weekend: Suso, Sancho, Messi, Kompany & more

Quick Reads

It’s with a heavy heart we must announce we thought Watford were worth a tenner at 12/1 ahead of their crushing 6-0 FA Cup final defeat to Manchester City.

Thankfully, there was lots of excitement around the world to help take our mind off our worryingly low bank balance.

We’ve rounded up the best of the action on and off the pitch.

Piotr Zielinski

Have that.

Suso

The way this kisses the bar. Woof.

Daniele De Rossi

Even Juventus fans had to pay tribute to the great man.

Pablo de Blasis

If you’re going to score against Barcelona, you have to make it good.

Lionel Messi

Top scorer in La Liga for a sixth time, obviously.

Jan Oblak

Even we’re intimidated by the thought of trying to score past him.

Sofiane Feghouli

In a crunch match with Istanbul Basaksehir to determine the Turkish title, Feghouli inspired Galatasaray’s comeback with this.

Vincent Kompany

This might actually be the finest moment of his Manchester City career.

Pep Guardiola

He must be exhausting at times.

Jadon Sancho

Borussia Dortmund may not have won the title, but Sancho ended the season with 13 goals and 15 assists, which is f*cking mental.

Joao Felix

Not bad work for a first full season in Benfica’s first team.

DeJuan Jones

See, this is why we love MLS.

San Antonio FC

Just a very, very aesthetically pleasing goal.

Daft goalkeepers

This keeper in Vietnam tried to waste time by pretending to be injured, only to conceded an indirect free-kick for holding the ball for over six seconds.

And then the opposition scored the indirect free-kick…

Red Star Belgrade

Want to know what the apocalypse looks like?

Francesco Totti

You glorious, glorious b*stard.

WATCH: Totti gets rainbow flicked; stays cool as f*ck; lobs goalkeeper


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