World of Sport
Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller has admitted he is 'unusually close' to Louis van Gaal. But why do his social media posts make this seem less than innocent?By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 16:58 BST
Terry led Jose Mourinho's side to Capital One Cup and Premier League successes this season.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 16:49 BST
How do you celebrate reaching 1 million followers on Instagram?
Chelsea captain John Terry decided to mark the social media milestone by posting a photo alongside his four Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, two Community Shields, one Champions League and one Europa League.
The 34-year-old, who has been one of the best defenders in the Premier League this season, has played every single minute this season despite being told by former manager Rafa Benitez two years ago that he was only fit enough to play once a week.
See the Instagram post below.Read More »from Chelsea captain John Terry celebrates reaching 1m Instagram followers by showing off trophy haul
Arsenal legends Thierry Henry and Robert Pires play five-a-side match against F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton
Hamilton played against Sky Sports pundits and Arsenal legends in an exhibition match.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 16:07 BST
It's not everyday you see the Formula One world champion wearing playing against his childhood heroes in a replica kit of the football team he supports.
But Lewis Hamilton acheived a boyhood ambition on Monday morning after playing five-a-side football against Arsenal legends Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, Ray Parlour and Sol Campbell.
Hamilton posed for a picture alongside some of the famous 'Invincibles' squad and reacquainted himself with good friend Henry as you can see from the video above.
"When I used to play at school, I used to play in defence, midfielder and upfront. I was always veryRead More »from Arsenal legends Thierry Henry and Robert Pires play five-a-side match against F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton
Hatton revealed all about Mayweather's egocentric behaviour ahead of their 2007 fight.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 15:21 BST
Former welterweight world champion Ricky Hatton has revealed the full extent of Floyd Mayweather's egotism, claiming that the 'Money Man' once ordered the pilot of his private jet to overtake his own plane.
Hatton revealed that the two were both being flown across the US in separate planes to promote their 2007 fight, which Mayweather famously won in the 10th round.
However, the American was angry that his opponent had arrived at Michigan airport before him and requested that it never happened again.
"A few minutes into the the journey, we're chatting away, having a drink when the pilotRead More »from 'Floyd Mayweather ordered his plane to overtake mine', reveals former boxer Ricky Hatton
Pique has played with and against some of the best players in world football - something his shirt collection backs up.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 11:42 BST
Ronaldinho, Andrea Pirlo, David Beckham, Francesco Totti; they're some of the most illustrious names to have played professional football in recent years.
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique would certainly echo that statement after he revealed his amazing shirt collection on Twitter while clearing out his wardrobe.
"I'm tidying my wardrobe, here we have some shirts that I've encountered. Which do you like the most?" tweeted theRead More »from Barcelona defender Gerard Pique's shirt collection is absolutely amazing
While football fans are being harangued for friendly sexist banter, writes Alexander Netherton, women are taking over the modern gameBy Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 11:08 BST
Like your football opinions hard-hitting, ill-thought-out and ceaselessly xenophobic? Good. You're in the right place. Because ALEX NETHERTON is here to SHOUT the FACTS the others don't even have the BALLS to whisper. This is a spoof.
Men are the most persecuted minority in the world. This fact is so obvious that at times we forget it – but it is time to stand up and stop the dark virus of feminism bleeding into the game of football.
AJAX PLAYERS FORGET ABOUT THE MEN
At the weekend, Ajax players were led out by their mothers against Cambuur Leeuwarden. We were told it was a moving gestureRead More »from Makes You Think: Ajax showed football is sexist against men
Stomach-churning video shows freerunner jumping from pillar to pillar on 43rd floor of Dubai hotelBy Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 11:06 BST
The sport of parkour can throw up some truly alarming footage, but perhaps none quite as terrifying as this incredible run in Dubai.
Professional parkour competitor and stuntman Oleg Sherstyachenko, who regularly posts amazing videos as ‘OlegCricket’, uploaded this footage of him springing fearlessly between skyscraper ledges hundreds of feet in the air.
The athleticism of parkour competitors is always remarkable to see, but when the stakes are so – literally – high, it adds a whole new dimension.
With a head-mounted camera, Sherstyachenko leaps seemingly effortlessly between the ledges onRead More »from 'I feel like a bird in the air', says crazy skyscraper-leaping parkour stuntman Oleg Sherstyachenko
Costa was forced to move at half-time due to the increasing attention of fans around him.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 10:36 BST
Diego Costa showed his closeness with the Chelsea supporters on Sunday by sitting amongst them for the Blues' Premier League clash with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
The Brazilian-born Spanish international has been beset by hamstring problems all season and sat out the newly-crowned champions 1-1 draw, but still attended the game with his twin brother.
Players usually have allocated seats away from the fans for safety reasons but Costa and his relatives clearly wanted to get a taste on exactly what it's like to be a supporter.
Costa, 25, was unsurprisingly asked to move for his own safety atRead More »from Diego Costa spotted sitting next to his twin brother at Stamford Bridge [Best Tweets]
The touching gesture was made by the European giants on Mother's Day in the Netherlands.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Mon, May 11, 2015 08:33 BST
Ajax marked Mother's Day in the Netherlands by walking out onto the pitch accompanied by their mums on Sunday.
Second placed Ajax, who hosted Cambuur at their Amsterdam ArenA in the Eredivisie, came up with the heartwarming move as a pre-match gesture.
The players emerged from the dressing room to greet their mums before walking out of the tunnel alongside them.
It was an idea which was warmly received by fans of the club with many of the mums clearly moved by the occasion.
Here come the mums! The #Ajax mothers accompany their sons onto the field for today's game against Cambuur.
Steven Gerrard brought the curtain down on his special relationship with Chelsea's fans at Stamford Bridge.By Eurosport | World of Sport – Sun, May 10, 2015 19:05 BST
Liverpool are going to miss Steven Gerrard, but so it seems will Chelsea.
Who else will their fans love to hate when the Liverpool captain departs for the MLS this summer? Gerrard has been a figure of derision around Stamford Bridge since apparently doing a U-turn and rejecting Chelsea a decade ago.
Jose Mourinho in his first spell as Chelsea coach attempted to sign Gerrard soon after he had led Liverpool to Champions League glory in 2005. He decide to reject the move to Chelsea, and the rest as they say is history.Read More »from Overreaction Theatre: 'It was nice of the Chelsea fans to turn up for once today'