禄钱傈
2019-08-29 01:08:29

1) No it’s not Lee Cattermole revving up for Sunday’s Tyne-Wear derby, it’s a bull. Making for some sharp moves by the poor nippers who are forced to take evasive action. OK, so let’s have an animals on the pitch special. . Here’s. Pitch-invading cows? . And also . A squirrel moving faster than Adel Taarabt ever did at Loftus Road? . A snake getting hoofed towards some unfortunate stewards? . And . Honk.

2) Cristiano Ronaldo tries to enjoy a cup of tea but . NB: good humour may be present due to it looking like a set-up to flog his headphone brand but is nicely done nonetheless. Definitely a set-up to shill bottled water – Zlatan Ibrahimovic .

3) Pitcher takes an almighty clonk to the head. .

4) With the Australian Grand Prix this weekend, some moments from down under: rather splendidly set to the Smiths in 1992; the 1991 downpour that ; Martin Brundle and David Coulthard walk the track, including in 1996; in the finale at Adelaide in 1986; Mark Webber makes the points on ; Michael Schumacher in 1995 and to prove how a) domination in F1 is nothing new and b) why McLaren’s recent woes are so shocking, here’s 1998 when the Adrian Newey-designed MP4/13 in the hands of Mika Hakkinen and David Coulthard, . Also: .

5) Warning! Very sweary from the start: Angry Arsenal fan attempts to burn his shirt on the worst fire ever made. .

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2) Absolutely on the squash court by Paul Coll against James Willstrop at the Canary Wharf Classic; and more from Oman’s Zeeshan Maqsood who took his side’s first ever wicket at the World Twenty20 .

3) When British TV tried to do an ‘alternative’ take on football in 1991 with . Here’s – foreigners who loved the English lower divisions – and England’s home USA 94 qualifier v Holland, as seen by , and by (“They’re so stupid. No Chris Waddle, then you lose.”). And there was the too.

4) Sport or not? Who cares. Some and a breathtaking ride on .

5) “Holy Cow! Are you kidding me?” College Basketball: a three-pointer in the last seconds seals the game.

6) Major League baseball has seen only 15 unassisted triple plays – where players achieve three outs in one continuous play with no assists from team-mates – under modern rules, with the first in 1909. .

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