Ahead of Manchester City's tour of the US where they'll play Chelsea tomorrow night, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw a few passes to Joe Hart and James Milner, both of whom showed soft hands.
Upon making his catch, Milner was given an added surprise from long snapper Zak Deossie which might have required a change of underpants.
Time for a little fun trivia with this simple Manchester United A-Z Quiz? It's that easy we've even given the answers at the bottom, however your job is to match the answers to the right questions. Are you up too the challenge?
A is for Anderlecht.
Who scored a hat-trick against them at Old Trafford?
John Barnes loss was Neil Ruddocks gain back in 1996, when Barnes and Cantona swapped jersey's following the Frenchman's late winner at Wembley gave United a famous FA Cup Final win against rivals Liverpool, Barnes frustrated at the loss tossed the shirt on the Wembley dressing room floor before Liverpool centre-half Neil Ruddock picked it up as a special momento from the game which Cantona won.
Playing the game on an American football pitch may be a good dual use of the local facilities, but when a shot from one of the Altona 93 players went out of play only to rebound off the American football goal-frame and back into play, things got a tad confused. Well, at least for the hapless ref, who waved play on, allowing striker Beytullah Atug to fire home, much to the dismay of the Vier-und Marschlande players.
Just a tribute to the great George Best who would have bee 67 years of age today.
Manchester City are the latest Premier League club to un-veil their new home kit for next season, traveling Stateside (where they now have major business concerns) to unveil their smart new Nike home strip for 2013/14 ahead of a post-season friendly against Chelsea in St Louis, Missouri, on Thursday.
With his team lying bottom of the Argentine Primera Division this disgruntled Argentinos Juniors fan brought a whole new meaning to the term, throw your hat at it as he despatched his dentures onto the field during his sides 3-1 loss to Belgrano, before calming his nerves with a good old cigarette.
Parma left-back Massimo Gobbi scores just his second goal in three years with Parma, with this fantastic volley off of Chilean midfielder Jaime Valdés chipped free kick to the edge of the box, where Gobbi let off a left-footed rocket into the top-left corner.
I've seen some cracking free-kick routines in my life but this was most definitely the best of the season even if it didn't hit the back of the net it was original!
The home and away kits that Barcelona will wear next season have been unveiled, revealing a take on tradition, according to Football Espana.
La Blaugrana will maintain blue and red colouring for the home jersey, as well as switching back for next season to a regular and more traditional striped pattern, with a yellow V-shaped collar marked out.
This is the new England kit specially designed for the FA's 150th Anniversary this year and is readily available on-line for our US readers at WorldSoccerShop.com and Soccer.com and for our European readers at Subside Sports or UKsoccershop.com.
A clean, distinctive design takes the kit back to its roots with its traditional colors of white and dark blue to celebrate the Football Association's 150th anniversary.
Newly crowned league champions Paris Saint-Germain unveil their new home kit at their last game of their title winning season. The new look for the 2013-14 season comes the club embarks on a new chapter after a 19-year quest to reclaim the French league title.
The navy blue home shirt boasts a modern new graphic on the front of the shirt starting with a white block at the top, blue in the center and red at the bottom.
Gianfranco Zola couldn't contain his excitement as Watford snatched a play-off semi-final victory from the jaws of defeat against Leicester last week!
Gareth Bale again came to Tottenham's rescue with this stunning 30 yarder with just a minute left on the clock against 10 man Sunderland, however it was to no-avail as Arsenal pipped them for the lucrative final Champions League spot with their having trailed Spurs by 8 points in March!
Laurent Koscielny scored the crucial winner with an acrobatic volley after 52 minutes as Arsenal secured the lucrative final Champions League spot ahead of London rivals Tottenham who also won 1-0 thanks again to a piece of magic from Gareth Bale.