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While Neymar & His Spaghetti Hair Couldn't Perform Yesterday, Twitter Had No Trouble With Memes
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsNeymar is not really having a good time these days – on the field and on Twitter. From making fun of his weird 'spaghetti' hair to memes about him getting continuously tackled on the field, people can't stop making jokes about him. Fine, whatever happened at the Brazil vs Switzerland match was kind of out his hands, but seriously what was he thinking with that hair? As everyone on Twitter is saying, it does look like he has a bowl of pasta on his head and you actually can't unsee it. So, in the spirit of the game, let's have some laughs at Neymar's expense because why not. Oh, that's bad. The Switzerland defenders every time Neymar gets the ball pic.twitter.com/0J8VE4CIgW — Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) June 17, 2018 Can't eat noodles for a few days now. Neymar shows off his new World Cup hairstyle. Inspired by Pot Noodles. pic.twitter.com/oOaPknPYDi — World Cup (@EPLBible) June 16, 2018 Everyone's just saying the same thing. #Neymar to make his 2018 World Cup debut with this spaghetti hairstyle pic.twitter.com/KzIAoy07c1 — Seleção Brasileira (@BrazilStat) June 17, 2018 That must have hurt. Meanwhile #Neymar last night... pic.twitter.com/kG1FsDx3mo — atul kasbekar (@atulkasbekar) June 18, 2018 He loved it. Neymar loved the grass in Russia #worldcup #BRASUI pic.twitter.com/pDYxCGMU7X — Lethabo (@OnalennaPro) June 18, 2018 Nailed it. Barber: what can I do for you pal? Neymar: ever seen a bird's nest? Barber: say no more pic.twitter.com/6j4rYR1rSP — Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 17, 2018 Well, he got what he wanted. "I'll have it like the one in the middle," said Neymar. pic.twitter.com/FS9wGcsBbO — John Brewin (@JohnBrewin_) June 17, 2018 Oops. That boy Neymar!!! pic.twitter.com/PnzFcZC3RL — JULIUS OMEKA™ (@iam_jmeka) June 18, 2018 Sounds about right. When you realise that Neymar anagrams to Ramen-y pic.twitter.com/6aU75WS7xv — Z. (@zedchrmsm) June 18, 2018 Great photoshop skills. Neymar for you! pic.twitter.com/hQBsW6TzPE — Limale Danny Mainest (@limale_danny) June 18, 2018 Can't decide. Who wore it better? pic.twitter.com/IZxld1YPQa — Michelle Angelica (@Micha_Alvez) June 17, 2018 That's a low blow. Watching the Brazil game where Neymar had his hair cut. pic.twitter.com/qzUjmmRL2D — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 17, 2018 Such a huge loss. Neymar seems to have made a last-minute revision to his entry in Worst Brazilian Superstar World Cup Haircut sweepstakes; sadly still fails to match Ronaldo's record-setting 2002 effort pic.twitter.com/aKlxLZG8pT — Robert Mackey (@RobertMackey) June 17, 2018 Poor guy. Switzerland is playing WWE with neymar pic.twitter.com/Dz6LgkDg2x — Sanjay dutt (@sanju__baba_) June 18, 2018 Inspiration. Knew I'd seen that Neymar haircut elsewhere. #BrazilVSSwitzerland pic.twitter.com/MtGATAkUuV — Ben Atkins (@BenAtkins20) June 17, 2018 Only one positive comment. Neymar's hair is fabulous. Confusing, but fabulous. #WorldCup — Dan Hardy (@danhardymma) June 17, 2018 That's so specific and accurate. Neymar looks like she's just dropped a mixtape dissing Cardi B pic.twitter.com/PGgOaUd7ka — Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) June 17, 2018 Oh no. Not sure about Neymar's haircut #WorldCup #BRA pic.twitter.com/JgmrMmYTUD — Historical Sport (@HistorySport_) June 17, 2018 Wow. RT @neymarjr : there's something wrong. pic.twitter.com/NfmiHIGWVg — . (@Roshanism_) June 18, 2018 Today's the day. At some point we'll get around to discussing Neymar's new hair and who allowed him to smuggle it into Russia. pic.twitter.com/RvCBrVqGM4 — Miriti Murungi (@NutmegRadio) June 16, 2018 I love that dog. Neymar's world cup haircut inspiration pic.twitter.com/5AzCJTIz5C — Magembe Herrera (@M_Sungwa) June 17, 2018 That's a scary gif. Neymar looking a little apprehensive by the occasion... pic.twitter.com/QHrWbPHj1C — Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 17, 2018 Shots fired. Is this your Neymar??? Is this why you call him a GOAT cause he's been eating Russian grass all 90 mins??? #BRASUI #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/lqIIM7JMEj — The Fresh Prince Of Chitown (@ShadayaTawona25) June 18, 2018 Seriously dude. Neymar looking at the ref like "dude, seriously?" pic.twitter.com/EL7zdF5Y7f — Nkambaku (@mr_siame) June 18, 2018 Aww. Switzerland players fouling neymar like#WorldCup #Neymar #BRASUI #WorldCup2018 pic.twitter.com/4DG9qkyqWu — Doc_segar (@doc_segar) June 18, 2018
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWhen Mexico were drawn in a group featuring defending champions Germany, Sweden and South Korea, it was clear that they will come out of this group only if they are at their scintillating best. Their group stage record at the World Cups is, simply put, exemplary. They have made it to the knockout stage of the competition each time in the last six editions. However, their Group F compatriots will make life extremely difficult for the El Tri. Defending champions Germany are the biggest threat for all the other three teams in the group. Die Mannschaft ran riot in the qualifying round, winning ten games out of ten, and while they may not be the same formidable force that were crowned champions of the world in 2014, Germany still fall under the league of elite teams. The strength in-depth and talent that the Germans possess will pose a big hurdle for the Mexicans when the two teams face off against each other in the first game of Group F. Reuters However, they are far from being the only side that could trouble Mexico in the group stages. It will not be just to draw comparisons between the current Sweden squad and the one in the early 90s, but their consistent performances in the qualifying rounds will give them real belief heading into this tournament. They defeated Italy in their play-off tie that sent the 2006 world champions crashing out of the competition for the first time since 1958. Moreover, the victory against France in their road to Russia further highlights their competence on the big stage. If they can keep up resolute selves, they could be the dark horses of the Group. Then there is the South Korean team, who, despite their predicaments, have enough quality to hurt other teams in the group with their high-pressing game. Mexico have struggled against such opposition in the past, and boss Juan Carlos Osorio will have to get his counter-tactics right. Reuters In the department of experience and consistency, though, the El Tricolor standout. Hirving Lozano's strike against Panama capped a stellar run in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying Hexagonal in early September last year and sent Mexico to their 7th straight World Cup as Group toppers. Many will point fingers at their earlier-than-expected Copa Copa América exit two years back and their failings in the Gold Cup semifinals against Jamaica, but the Mexicans always seem to find an extra gear on the world stage. The side is lead by vastly experienced midfielder Andrés Guardado, who has been capped by his country 138 times. The skipper will be looking to regain full fitness before the opening game against Germany. He underwent surgery on his peroneal nerve on May 17 and didn't feature in Mexico's 1-0 victory over Scotland recently. Squad Reuters Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa (Standard Liege), Alfredo Talavera (Toluca), Jesus Corona (Cruz Azul) Defenders: Diego Reyes (FC Porto), Carlos Salcedo (Eintracht Frankfurt), Hector Moreno (Real Sociedad), Miguel Layun (Sevilla), Jesus Gallardo (Pumas), Hugo Ayala (Tigres), Edson Alvarez (America) Midfielders: Hector Herrera (Porto), Andres Guardado (Real Betis), Rafa Marquez (Atlas), Jonathan dos Santos (LA Galaxy), Marco Fabian (Eintracht Frankfurt), Giovani dos Santos (LA Galaxy) Forwards: Javier Aquino (Tigres), Jesus Corona (Porto), Raul Jimenez (Benfica), Oribe Peralta (Club America), Javier Hernandez (West Ham United), Carlos Vela (LAFC), Hirving Lozano (PSV Eindhoven).
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogJos Buttler in action during England vs Pakistan 2nd Test at Leeds. Photo: AFPLEEDS: England´s Jos Buttler is running the risk of action by world cricket´s governing body as a result of the crude words he writes on the top of every one of his bat...