Happy end of summer edition of Trending! This week brings more of the heart-warming goodness we brought to you last week. This time around we’ve found some content from our friends in Manchester, an old friend of ours, and some good deeds on both sides of the Atlantic. Let’s dive in and see what’s going down in the World of Soccer!
Sisters Olga and Vera were mascots for Manchester City this past weekend against Fulham. The pair has held season tickets for Manchester City since 1933. History.
This Guy Looks Familiar
89 minutes on the clock. ⏰#LUFC's unbeaten record at stake. 😬— Sky Bet Championship (@SkyBetChamp) September 17, 2018
Step up, @Harrison_Jack11. The winger's strike salvaged a point for @LUFC and claimed @SkyBetChamp Goal of the Weekend. 👊 pic.twitter.com/HgDsgdJvd4
We’ve heard of this Jack Harrison guy before, right? He seems pretty good for English Championship Table leading side Leeds United, even winning "Goal of The Weekend." He must come from a great pedigree.
Everyone Loves N’Golo
N'Golo Kante missed his train home on Saturday night so he stayed with fans and played FIFA 😂 👏pic.twitter.com/BWWrTOL0ZQ— Football Daily (@footballdaily) September 17, 2018
French International and Chelsea Star N’Golo Kante missed a train ride home from Chelsea’s match away to Cardiff this past weekend. Kante instead went to the mosque, and hung out for FIFA and dinner with some fans. Let’s see if we can get David Villa to miss his trip on the F train.
There isn’t much to say about this one but “wow.” There’s always next week for Ponte!
Push In The Right Direction
Moment of the Match in tonight's #ClássicoDosMilhões:— #ThankYouDeuce (@JogaBonito_USA) September 16, 2018
The ambulance was needed after a serious injury to Bruno Silva, but then it had trouble moving. So #Flamengo and #Vasco players had to work together to help push it off the Mané Garrincha pitch!#VASxFLA #Brasileirão 🇧🇷🚑 pic.twitter.com/15812vIn0E
After an ambulance was stuck in the pitch, Vasco and Flamengo players work together to push it out of a rut. Best of luck to Bruno Silva, and fair play to the athletes!