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Football (also known as Soccer) is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. At the turn of the 21st century, the game was played by over 250 million players in over 200 countries, making it the world’s most popular sport. The game is played on a rectangular field of grass or green artificial turf, with a goal in the middle of each of the short ends. The object of the game is to score by driving the ball into the opposing goal.
Fabregas Goal Celebration
Fabregas Goal Celebration is an exploitable image based in the emotional goal celebration from Francesc Fábregas, an spanish player who actually plays in FC Barcelona
Peter Crouch Can Do Anything
Peter Crouch Can Do Anything is an exploitable image from the english player Peter Crouch.
Zidane’s Butthead is an action from the french player Zinedine Zidane to the italian player Marco Materazzi. The action become a photoshoped exploitable.
Diouf Trips is an exploitable GIF series based on a replay footage of El Hadji Diouf, a professional football player currently playing with the Glasgow Rangers in the Scottish Premier League, getting tackled by an opponent defense player while dribbling the ball during a match in February 2011.
Robert Green FAIL
Robert Green FAIL is the name of a photoshoped exploitable based in a FAIL of Robert Green, english goalkeeper, in the 2010 World Cup
Arjen Robben Ball
Arjen Robben Ball is the name of a series of photoshoped exploitables, featuring the dutch player Arjen Robben appearing to be curled up into a ball.
De Jong’s Kick
De Jong’s Kick is an exploitable image series based in a kick from the Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong to Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso in the 2010 World Cup Final.
Muteba Kidiaba’s Dance
Muteba Kidiaba’s Dance is a signature goal celebration associated with Congolese football player Robert Muteba Kidiab who currently plays goalkeeper for the Congolese club TP Mazembe. On December 14th, 2010, Kidiab’s butt-bouncing repertoire brought him and his club team much international attention during the semi-final match of FIFA Club World Cup against the Brazilian team Sport Club Internacional.
Raging Maradona is the name of a photoshoped exploitable, featuring the ex-player Diego Armando Maradona jumping in a match of 2010 World Cup
Hand of Henry
Hand of Henry refers to the handball tiebreaker illegally scored by the French football player Thierry Henry during the second qualifier match for World Cup 2010 between France and Ireland on November 18, 2009.
Sergio Busquets’ Pekaboo
Sergio Busquets’ Pekaboo is the name of series of photoshopped exploitables based on Sergio Busquets, a Spanish football player for FC Barcelona who took a fake dive (also known as simulation) during the UEFA semi-finals match against FC Inter Milan in April 2010.
Vladimir’s Injury is a notoriously exploitable image of Vladimir Beschastnykh, a Russian-born Bundesliga player for SV Werder Bremen, getting punted in between his legs by Helmut Rahner, a now-retired German football player.
Angry Soccer Fan (Tano Pasman)
El “Tano” Pasman is an Argentinian man who became a viral video star in early June after his family uploaded a video of him passionately yelling and cursing at the TV while watching a soccer game between the prestigious River Plate and the B-league underdogs Belgrano.
Sergio Ramos Penalty Fail
Sergio Ramos Penalty FAIL refers to a variety of parody images and videos that spawned out of the 2012 UEFA Champions League semi-final match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Eul-Young’s Strike is a South Korean photoshop meme that came out of a not-so-friendly soccer match between Korea and China in 2003, when S. Korean player Eul-Young Lee slapped Chinese striker Li-Yi in the back of his head during the second half.