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Andrea Pirlo’s Tears are as Beautiful as they are Rare

June 9, 2015

Last week’s top soccer moments

By Dan Stelly | Photo via Streamable

Michael Bradley went box to box before Bobby Wood tucked away the United States’ stunning game-winner against the Netherlands. [Source: Streamable]

It wasn’t enough in the long run, but Gianluigi Buffon rolled back the years to prevent Barcelona from doubling their initial lead. [Source: Alejandro Asmitia V.]

Andrija Živković curled home a perfect free kick as Serbia’s U-20s sent Mexico crashing out of the World Cup. [Source: FIFA]

Eugénie Le Sommer scored a rocket as France defeated England 1–0 in their opening World Cup game. [Source: Gfycat]

Sondre Jakobsen whipped home an emphatic free kick to cap Tromsdalen’s Norwegian cup upset of Bodø/Glimt. [Source: Gfycat]

Andrea Pirlo’s tears — an uncommon sight for the stoic Italian but one best met by Paul Pogba’s embrace. [Source: Streamable]

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