Sporting Kansas City forward Dom Dwyer was thrilled to score a goal on Sunday against the Chicago Fire after stealing the ball from defender Patrick Ianni and slotting it home past goalkeeper Sean Johnson.

Upon scoring the goal in the 33rd minute, which gave Sporting K.C. a 1-0 advantage, Dwyer tracked down a phone and took a selfie with some fans.

Here's the picture Dwyer snapped:

Unfortunately, referee Alan Kelly wasn't too fond of the showboating and gave Dwyer a yellow card. The game ended in a 1-1 tie.


Colombia received a heroes' welcome upon their return to the country after their valiant World Cup run ended at the hands of Brazil in the quarter-finals. 

Though they were ousted, their heads were held high; Colombia and their 22-year-old superstar James Rodriguez captured the hearts of many neutral supporters. 

Obviously, their own country loved them, too. 

So how'd they repay the hordes of fans who greeted their return? They danced. And oh, they can dance. 


Tennis legend Roger Federer nearly won his first Grand Slam title in two years at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, but he fell in five sets to Novak Djokovic in an extremely hard-fought battle.

The loss was obviously a tough one for Federer, who was seeking his eighth Wimbledon championship and his 18th Grand Slam title. After being down two sets to one and facing a 5-2 deficit in the fourth set, Fed battled back and won five straight games, forcing a decisive fifth set.

Both players held serve through the first nine games of the fifth set, but Djokovic eked out the victory by breaking Federer in the 10th game.

After the match was over, Federer shed a single tear. Given how close he came to victory, his reaction was completely understandable. 

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Nothing was sweet about this 16. That's how many cars were involved in Sunday's massive wreck at the Coke Zero 400.

Fox Sports: NASCAR tweeted out those involved in the accident, which occurred during Lap 20 of the 160-lap race:

The notable drivers include Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson.

USA Today's Jeff Gluck wondered if having so many top stars knocked down the leaderboard might lead to a surprise winner on Sunday:


Novak Djokovic was naturally quite pleased to defeat Roger Federer in a five-set instant classic and win Wimbledon—his seventh Grand Slam title. 

So how'd he celebrate the feat? 

By taking a bite of the grass on Wimbledon's famed Centre Court, of course.



During the 2014 Wimbledon men's final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, Hugh Jackman of X-Men fame was spotted in the crowd with a completely new look.

If you're not convinced it's him, Jackman posted the following pictures of himself on his Instagram account, including a couple of photos with Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal.

[Live Tennis, Hugh Jackman]



The Lancaster JetHawks tried to do something nice for their fans on the Fourth of July, but it definitely didn't go as planned.

After Saturday's game, Houston's Single-A affiliate tried to set off some fireworks but instead ended up lighting the outfield wall on fire.

More than a few fans tweeted pictures of the fire, while another provided a picture of the aftermath:

This isn't the first time this has happened. The California-based JetHawks had an accident with malfunctioning fireworks back in June 2013 that resulted in a dozen injuries.


It's been over a year since Tyler Honeycutt last played for an NBA team, but he's trying to find a new home in the Association and prove himself in the NBA Summer League.

This play is bound to turn some heads.

During the Miami Heat's game against the Boston Celtics on Saturday, Honeycutt was on the receiving end of a deep alley-oop pass and finished it with a reverse slam dunk.


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Josh Donaldson and the rest of the Oakland Athletics are off to a very strong start to the MLB season, and the 28-year-old made another great play for his team Saturday night.

During the game against the Toronto Blue Jays, Munenori Kawasaki hit a pop-up in foul territory down the third-base line. Donaldson charged after it, hitting the tarp while making a fantastic catch.

This isn't the first time Donaldson has done this either. He did the same thing last season against the Texas Rangers, making a terrific snag while running into the tarp.

The Athletics went on to win 5-1 Saturday to move to 54-33 on the year.


Luis Suarez's bite on Giorgio Chiellini will undoubtedly live on in World Cup history. It will also live on one football fan's skin.

We'd already seen one person get a ridiculous Suarez-Hannibal Lecter tattoo, and this new tattoo features a set of teeth marks, with the caption "Suarez Was Ere." Honestly, by comparison this one doesn't seem half-bad.

Well done, @Jordan_Coombe, you've got the very best Luis Suarez bite-themed tattoo of all. We're sure you're very proud.

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