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FC Zurich player channels his inner 'Humpty Dumpty' in goal celebration gone wrong

Benjamin Kololli went from hero to zero in a matter of seconds during FC Zurich's Europa League match on Thursday.
Benjamin Kololli went from hero to zero in a matter of seconds during FC Zurich's Europa League match Thursday.

While not always the best football, the Europa League is, if nothing else, always entertaining. Thursday nights on the continent seem to produce as many bloopers as they do belters, as many howlers as they do highlights, and more than anything just the outright wacky. In other words, every time we think we've seen it all in football, the Europa League seems to be quick to remind us that we actually haven't. That brings us to Thursday's Europa League tie between FC Zurich and AEK Larnaca.

After an...

Liverpool's James Milner trolls Neymar with hilarious Instagram post

ESPN FC chronicles Liverpool's Champions League matchweek against PSG, from the buildup around the city to the celebrations following Firmino's winner.

"Boring James Milner" (@BoringMilner) has long been one of the funniest football parody accounts out there, but James Milner's official accounts are starting to give it a run for its money. The 32-year-old joined Instagram and Twitter earlier this year and has looked a natural from day one. The Liverpool midfielder has shown a quick wit on the platforms and is quick to make fun of himself and play up to his "Boring James Milner" label.

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After Liverpool defeated PSG 3-2 on Tuesday, aided by a...

Liverpool give young fan special gift after he sings outside Anfield

A young Liverpool fan flew from Hong Kong to see his favourite team play and after singing his way into the club's heart they treated him to a special gift.
ESPN FC chronicles Liverpool's Champions League matchweek against PSG, from the buildup around the city to the celebrations following Firmino's winner.

Liverpool delighted their supporters by kicking off the Champions League season with a dramatic 3-2 victory over Paris Saint-Germain thanks to a late winner from Roberto Firmino.

However, the night was made all the more special for one young fan in the crowd at Anfield, who flew all the way from Hong Kong with his father to watch the match.

Indeed, the little Red was spotted by ESPN outside the stadium before the game singing his heart out in support of his team and his favourite player, Andrew...

Managers and their animal analogies: Which boss mentioned each of these creatures?

A dog gate-crashed a football match in Romania and tripped up one of the players during the game.

Mauricio Pochettino raised many a quizzical eyebrow ahead of Tottenham's Champions League encounter against Inter Milan by rolling out a surreal bovine analogy in his prematch press conference.

"If you're not clever, experience on it's own is not going to help you in the future," he said.

"It's like a cow who sees every single day for 10 years the train crossing in front, and if you ask the cow when the train is coming he's not going to have the right answer."

So, with all this perplexing talk of...

Jackson Martinez releases album of religious, hip-hop inspired songs

There was a time when Colombian striker Jackson Martinez commanded two €35million-plus transfer fees in the space of six months.

Unfortunately, after scoring a deluge of goals in three seasons at Porto, various injuries conspired to hamper subsequent stints at both Atletico Madrid and Guangzhou Evergrande, with the goals and the appearances gradually slowing to a trickle.

Earlier this week, Martinez surprised many by agreeing to move back to Portugal, signing for Primeira Liga bottom club...

PSV coach Mark van Bommel says players can 'fight for Lionel Messi's shirt'

Mexican duo Hirving Lozano and Erick Gutierrez combined to score three of PSV's seven goals as the Eredivisie leaders dismantled ADO Den Haag, 7-0.

In football we have seen fights between opponents, between fans and even sometimes between disgruntled teammates. The full-time whistle of PSV's game at Camp Nou could result in a different kind of "fight" altogether. PSV coach and former Netherlands and Bayern Munich captain Mark van Bommel has given his players the green light to "fight for Messi's shirt" at full-time.

Briefly teammates with Messi at Barcelona between 2005-06, Van Bommel didn't hold back in Monday's news conference. "If tomorrow...