>losing 3-1 with a minute to go, no chance to win
>no one is leaving, everyone's still in their seats
>fans on their feet, cheering and waving their towels
>time expires, Penguins win the stanleyc up
>no sharks fans have left en masse, they're all on their feet chanting "Let's go sharks"
honorable as fuck, the Cavs and Heat fans should take a lesson
He really deserved it.
Spend all that time on Boston, get traded, THEN they win the cup. Waste time on Toronto. Be best player for penguins in playoffs
But of course media is all over that shithead Crosby who barely did anything!
LETS GET THIS SHIT STARTED
I'VE NEVER FELT LIKE
THIS IS THE END
>Brazil and Uruguay out in the groups stage
>we've alraedy defeated Chile (without even using Messi)
Will FIFA finally implement video technology after today?
>You can use your arms in soccer to score a goal
Yuros have been lying to us the whole time
Why is this sport so boring?
Because it has vast spans of basically resetting/nothing happening inbetween moments of excitement/happening.
You might be waiting 20 minutes (or more, much more) to get something nice to look at like a 6 or an out.
It doles excitement out at a glacial pace.
Where were you when the greatest goal ever was scored?
>being worse than your former colony in a sport your country invented
I honestly pray that none of you are participting in this.
Brazil - Alisson; Daniel Alves, Miranda (Marquinhos), Gil e Filipe Luís; Walace (Lucas Lima), Elias, Willian, Renato Augusto e Philippe Coutinho; Gabriel (Jonas).
Peru - Gallese; Revoredo, Christian Ramos, Alberto Rodríguez e Trauco; Vílchez, Tapia, Hohberg, Flores e Cueva; Paolo Guerrero
Brazil don't lost to Peru since 28/april/1985 (1 x 0, in Brazil)
Today Philippe Coutinho is doing 24 years old.
Referres: Andres Cunha, Nicolas Taran, Richard Trinidad (all three from Uruguay).
Place: Foxborough, United States (of America, like all other countries from the Americas)
THE ABSOLUTE MADMAN