|STORY OF THE DAY!|
U.S. Abroad: Bedoya and Johannsson get goals
| Alejandro Bedoya scored his third goal of the season in Nantes' 1-1 tie at Toulouse, and Aron Johannsson scored his
sixth goal for AZ in its 2-0 at FC Twente, while Fabian Johnson assisted on Max Kruse's last-minute goal that gave a
Borussia Moenchengladbach a 1-0 win over second-place Wolfsburg that clinched the Bundesliga title for Bayern Munich. |
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|WHAT THEY'RE SAYING|
|"It sounds stupid now but for banter I grabbed one of the poles and pretended I was doing some kind of Ninja move. I threw it into the ground behind John who, by this point, was running away and
facing in the other direction. But as I did that, he did a Cruyff turn and the pole stabbed him in the leg." |
-- Steven Thompson, captain of Scottish club St. Mirren, explains
how he injured teammate John McGinn by throwing one of the poles players were dribbling between into McGinn's thigh. (The Scotsman)