Dom Dwyer scores a laser shot to help Sporting Kansas City beat the Vancouver Whitecaps. One week before, the Montreal Impact manage to get by the Whitecaps with the help of Dominic Oduro’s game winning goal.
Bisping and Silva provided us with a memorable UFC Fight Night 84 and Josh Byrne made his case for goal of the year in our latest Heroes and Zeroes.
For this week, Richard Panik helps the Chicago Blackhawks win their marquee matchup against the Washington Capitals. On the other hand, Edin Džeko is caught admiring his shot as he misses a wide open net. Luckily for him, Roma would eventually win the game by a comfortable 5-goal difference.
In this week’s Heroes and Zeroes, Bud Holloway is at the right place at the right time as the Montreal Canadiens prospect saves a guaranteed goal. On the other hand, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish add a comfortable 4-1 win over the Maine Black Bears but would probably like to have the goal against back.
Kyle Lowry, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James collectively receive the honour of Heroes of the Week by performing an amazing alley-oop. As for our Zero of the week, Kingsley Ehizibue misses a wide-open net.
In this week Heroes and Zeroes: Ricardinho makes a significant, game-changing play to score one of the most beautiful futsal goals we’ve ever witnessed. On the other hand, Carlin Isles loses track of an incoming opposing player and pays dearly for it.
Celebrating one whole lap before you’re supposed is the latest entry in our Zeroes of the Week! Who is our Hero for this week?
Who is our Hero for this week? Check out one of the best handball plays you will ever see, in our latest Heroes and Zeroes.
Who was our Hero for this week? Who was our Zero? Find out in the newest edition of our weekly blog, Heroes and Zeroes.
Who is our hero for this week? Who is our zero? Find out more in this week’s Heroes and Zeroes.