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Yes, Mario Götze was individually brilliant when he scored the World Cup clinching goal but it was a team effort to get the ball to the business end. Team Work + Individual brilliance is an unbeatable combination. 
Yes, Mario Götze was individually brilliant when he scored the World Cup clinching goal but it was a team effort to get the ball to the business end. Team Work + Individual brilliance is an unbeatable combination. 
Yes, Mario Götze was individually brilliant when he scored the World Cup clinching goal but it was a team effort to get the ball to the business end. Team Work + Individual brilliance is an unbeatable combination. 

Yes, Mario Götze was individually brilliant when he scored the World Cup clinching goal but it was a team effort to get the ball to the business end. Team Work + Individual brilliance is an unbeatable combination. 

The Unbearable Whiteness of FIFA — Matter — Medium

A look at why the Brazilian fans inside Brazil’s football stadiums during the ongoing 2014 FIFA World Cup were mostly white and less diverse than the country at large.

Explained: How does a soccer ball swerve? | MIT News Office

Another one of those great posts that combines sports and science. It is combination of technique, material science and some basic physics.

The 06/15/14 Edition of Jason Hirschhorn's Media REDEF Newsletter: SportSET 2014 FIFA World Cup Edition.

Jason Hirschhorn has put together a truly fascinating collection of reads related to Football/Soccer. What a great list! I’d read a few of them previously but i found a lot of gems in this piece in addition to that.

P.S. If you’re not a subscriber of the venerable Jason Hirshhorn’s Media Re-defined newsletter then you’re doing yourself a huge disservice.

The Chemistry of the World Cup Football | Compound Interest
Delightful read. I like these kinds of posts that combine my two favourite passions: Sports and Science. There’s more a FIFA World Cup ball than just its shape and its looks.
See Also: Pakistan May Not Have Made The World Cup Cut, But The Ball Is Another Story

The Chemistry of the World Cup Football | Compound Interest

Delightful read. I like these kinds of posts that combine my two favourite passions: Sports and Science. There’s more a FIFA World Cup ball than just its shape and its looks.

See Also: Pakistan May Not Have Made The World Cup Cut, But The Ball Is Another Story

FIFA World Cup kits through the ages – interactive guide | Football | The Guardian

This is really cool. Explore away!

See Also: What makes the perfect World Cup shootout penalty?

BBC Sport - Ryan Giggs: The games, the goals and the gongs

yahoosports:

yahoosoccer:

Manchester United 4-0 Norwich City.

Domination.

The first goals of the post-Moyes era at Man United. 
yahoosports:

yahoosoccer:

Manchester United 4-0 Norwich City.

Domination.

The first goals of the post-Moyes era at Man United. 
yahoosports:

yahoosoccer:

Manchester United 4-0 Norwich City.

Domination.

The first goals of the post-Moyes era at Man United. 
yahoosports:

yahoosoccer:

Manchester United 4-0 Norwich City.

Domination.

The first goals of the post-Moyes era at Man United. 

yahoosports:

yahoosoccer:

Manchester United 4-0 Norwich City.

Domination.

The first goals of the post-Moyes era at Man United. 

Fact file on US swimming legend Michael Phelps, who competes this week for the first time since the 2012 London Olympics.
Phelps’ return can only aid this great sport. 

Fact file on US swimming legend Michael Phelps, who competes this week for the first time since the 2012 London Olympics.

Phelps’ return can only aid this great sport. 

The 100 Most Influential People in the World

The latest TIME 100 list is out. This list is definitely worth a look.