After scoring against Motherwell in the SPL on Saturday, Dundee'sGary Harkins found himself subjected to one of the internet's most popular current whimsies, with teammate Jim McAlister running in and hitting him with a "Randy Orton RKO outta nowhere!"...
If you're wondering what the hell is going on, please allow us to illuminate you.
Mario Balotelli Miss of the Year ~ QPR vs... by enteritament
Mario Balotelli is finding it hard to make the grade since his £16m move to Anfield in the Summer and if he continues to miss sitters like this one against QPR today it will only get worse for the temperamental Italian.
In internet terms we're about an entire geologic periodlate with this one being as it happened a full three days ago (shameful, we know), but we've only just stumbled across it and couldn't quite believe our eyes.
Anyway for the benefit of those who haven't seen it yet, this plain-as-day sumo suplexfrom Bradford City defenderRory McArdle on Sheffield United'sStefan Scougall somehow went completely unpunished by referee Simon Hooper despite looking more like Yokozuna'sfinisher than an attempted tackle.
In what surely must be a footballing first, CD Marathon goalkeeper Junior Morales was sent off in the Honduran top flight a couple of Saturdays ago for gently fondling the backside of Real Sociedad striker Eris Hernandez.
Having scooped the ball up inside his own area, Morales patted Hernandez on the arse as he ran past him as you've seen one thousand goalies do one thousand times before, only to be shown a second yellow card for doing so after the referee was tipped off by the linesman.
With camera's all over the place these days Ed Woodward should know better than to be caught saying things like "What a fucking waste of money" however yes you've guessed it the silly little man was caught out tonight by Sky Sports no less during United's 2-2 draw with West Brom at the Hawthorns.
The only question is which player was he commenting on because there were quite a few!
Chelsea extended their unbeaten record and five point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Goals from Oscar and Cesc Fabregas sealed the three points for Jose Mourinho.
Chelsea may have been without top scorer Diego Costa but the result was never really in doubt following Oscar's brilliant free-kick to open the scoring against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park yesterday.
Cesc Fabregas added a second before Campbell pulled one back late on with both teams ending with ten men!
Asked why Chelsea tailed off in the title race at the business end of last season, Jose Mourinho told the press at the time that his team had lacked "balls" when it mattered most.
When grilledabout the Blues' staunch defence of their lead even after Crystal Palace pulled one back against them in the 90th minute yesterday, Mourinho asked for a pen and a pad of paper and jotted down exactly the reason why his side had been able to keep their opponents at bay.
The first goal of the game wasn't scored until the 89th minute, but a couple of thunderous rippers from Wesley Sneijder saw Galatasaray pip Fenerbahce 2-1 in the first Intercontinental Derby of the Turkish Super Lig season last night.
What better way to celebrate being paid for the first time in three months?
Wesley Sneijder celebrated being paid his wages after a two month delay with two stunning goals against fiercest rivals Fenerbache last night!
Sneijder's opener came two minutes from time with his second coming in injury-time with both hit with power to either top corners and both were needed as Fenerbache grabbed a late consolation goal also deep into injury-time!
Bradford City defender Rory McArdle was fortunate to get away with this body flip against Sheffield United at the week-end which was more like WWE than Football League stuff!
And despite the referee being in close attention and having a full view of the incident Stefan Scougall got nothing more than been compared to a bag of spuds, however he did have the last laugh as his team secured a 2-0 win over the Bantams
After Arsenal's 2-2 draw against Hull City on Saturday, BBC reporter Jacqui Oatley interviewed Arsene Wenger and asked him some point-blank questions about why he believes Arsenal are not winning as many matches as they should.
While the questions were pretty straightforward, Wenger was on the defensive and didn't like the manner of the questions.
Here's the exact moment that Huesca, who currently play in theSegunda Division B (i.e, the Spanish third tier), found out that they'd been drawn against Barcelona in theCopa del Rey round of 32...
The first leg at Huesca's El Alcoraz stadium on December 3rdwill mark the very first time the two sides have ever met in official competition, though obviously it's the second leg at the Camp Nou on December 17th that the Huesca lads will be looking forward to the most.