We regularly document the incompetence of professional footballers with And finally... but this week LA FC's Mohamed El Munir shows us that extreme competence, with a fantastic recovering tackle, is just as memorable. His heroics kept the score down to 1-0, and LA would eventually come back to beat Houston Dynamo 3-1.
Schalke 04's new signing Benito Raman looks like he has some cobwebs to dust off if this pre-season kick-about against Oberhausen is anything to go by - as the young Belgian is seen scuffing his chance at an open goal...
Mexico struggled past the small island nation of Haiti this week beating them 1-0 after extra time in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Luis Montes contributed to Mexico's huffing and puffing with this terrible miss after being presented with an open goal by his El Tri team-mate.
To the new world for this week's And finally... which is provided by an old face - DC United's Wayne Rooney scoring an absolute belter from well inside his own half. His blammer in the 10th minute was enough to give DC all three points.
A textbook howler by San José Earthquakers 'keeper Daniel Vega is this week's entry for And finally... taking his eye of the ball at a crucial moment, and handing a 1-0 lead to their MLS opponents FC Dallas.
Wendy Renard gives us the first entry into the And finally... archive from this summer's Women's World Cup in France. The French defender's meek intervention sends the ball trickling over the line (skip to 51 seconds).
Last week confirmation came that Coventry City would be groundsharing for the second time in six seasons - here Moz Baker from the Sky Blue Trust gives us their reaction to the team's 'home' games being at St Andrew's in Birmingham next season... We've endured plenty of sad days while supporting Coventry City. Friday's devastating announcement that the Sky Blues will be relocating to St Andrew's n...
Echoes of Jason Cundy at Portman Road in the nineties with this week's And finally - a truly daft goal from Extremadura's Carlos Pomares against Cadiz in La Liga II - a block tackle on the halfway sending the ball 50 yards over the Cadiz keeper.
Valencia beat Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey final this week with a 2-1 win at Estadio Benito Villamarín. Arturo Vidal had a chance to get Barcelona back in the game in the 55th minute, after the usual sublime skill from Lionel Messi, but the Chilean's wild slice sent the rebound into row Z.
This week Argentinian defender Martin Mantovani scored three goals in La Liga: two in the right end and one in the wrong one as Huesca beat Leganés 2-1 on the final day. Incidentally, Mantovani made over 200 appearances for Leganés previously but his superhero antics weren't enough to save Huesca from the drop.