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Fan Reaction: Sunderland and Fabio Borini Sink Jose Mourinho and Chelsea with Penalty Kick
After nearly a decade of dominance for Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge, Sunderland breached the walls of the fortress that had been Stamford Bridge. 
In a fiesty and physical match between last place Sunderland and second place Chelsea, it all came down to a somewhat controversial penalty kick call by Mike Dean. 
After United States international broke into the box, he fought hard to keep the ball in with Blues left-back Cesar Azpilicueta. A seemingly innocuous step to stabilize himself against the Spaniard’s challenge landed his left foot on the boot of the Spanish international and there he fell.
Mike Dean quickly called the penalty, with a heavy handed urging by all Black Cats in the vicinity of the referee. 
In all that commotion, on-loan Liverpool player, Fabio Borini stepped to the spot with only a couple of crucial minutes left to play, plus stoppage time. Call it coinicidence or call it a masterstroke by Brendan Rodgers, but a player who started his professional career at Chelsea, sold to Liverpool, was now on the verge of pushing the title into Liverpool’s hand in what would be their first title in nearly 25 years. 
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Fan Reaction: Sunderland and Fabio Borini Sink Jose Mourinho and Chelsea with Penalty Kick
After nearly a decade of dominance for Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge, Sunderland breached the walls of the fortress that had been Stamford Bridge. 
In a fiesty and physical match between last place Sunderland and second place Chelsea, it all came down to a somewhat controversial penalty kick call by Mike Dean. 
After United States international broke into the box, he fought hard to keep the ball in with Blues left-back Cesar Azpilicueta. A seemingly innocuous step to stabilize himself against the Spaniard’s challenge landed his left foot on the boot of the Spanish international and there he fell.
Mike Dean quickly called the penalty, with a heavy handed urging by all Black Cats in the vicinity of the referee. 
In all that commotion, on-loan Liverpool player, Fabio Borini stepped to the spot with only a couple of crucial minutes left to play, plus stoppage time. Call it coinicidence or call it a masterstroke by Brendan Rodgers, but a player who started his professional career at Chelsea, sold to Liverpool, was now on the verge of pushing the title into Liverpool’s hand in what would be their first title in nearly 25 years. 
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PURE WELSH SPEED
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BALE TURNS ON THE AFTERBURNERS TO SECURE COPA DEL REY FOR LOS BLANCOS
There are few faster in the world of football than Gareth Bale. 
This goal perfectly illustrates just how fast he really is. 
2-1 to Los Blancos!
BALE TURNS ON THE AFTERBURNERS TO SECURE COPA DEL REY FOR LOS BLANCOS
There are few faster in the world of football than Gareth Bale. 
This goal perfectly illustrates just how fast he really is. 
2-1 to Los Blancos!
BALE TURNS ON THE AFTERBURNERS TO SECURE COPA DEL REY FOR LOS BLANCOS
There are few faster in the world of football than Gareth Bale. 
This goal perfectly illustrates just how fast he really is. 
2-1 to Los Blancos!
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oldflorida:

Happy weekend!

The Motherland.
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AM I THE ONLY ONE UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THE DISTURBING TWITCH BETWEEN THE END OF THE GIF AND THE BEGINNING OF THE GIF?!
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NEYMAR SLIPS IN TO DRAW IT LEVEL
A seeing-eye pass from Iniesta makes it 1-1 at the Nou Camp. 
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DIEGO COSTA SCORES A SCREAMER
Goalkeeper had no chance. 
No. Really. Look at it. 
No chance. 
DIEGO COSTA SCORES A SCREAMER
Goalkeeper had no chance. 
No. Really. Look at it. 
No chance. 
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photojojo:

Though photojournalists are increasingly facing challenges in today’s tech-oriented economy, it hasn’t stopped them from creating remarkable work. 
The National Press Photographer’s Association just released their yearly roundup of the best shots captured by journalists from across the world.
Check Out the Best Photojournalism of 2013
Photos by Patrick Smith (top) and John Tlumacki / via The New York Times
photojojo:

Though photojournalists are increasingly facing challenges in today’s tech-oriented economy, it hasn’t stopped them from creating remarkable work. 
The National Press Photographer’s Association just released their yearly roundup of the best shots captured by journalists from across the world.
Check Out the Best Photojournalism of 2013
Photos by Patrick Smith (top) and John Tlumacki / via The New York Times
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Advice from my stress doctor:
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PODOLSKI TO GIROUD TO MAKE IT TWO
A broken up Swansea attack turns into an Arsenal goal, with a dry-streaked Giroud getting on the score sheet. 
2-1 to the Arsenal. 
PODOLSKI TO GIROUD TO MAKE IT TWO
A broken up Swansea attack turns into an Arsenal goal, with a dry-streaked Giroud getting on the score sheet. 
2-1 to the Arsenal. 
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PODOLSKI LEVELS IT AGAINST SWANSEA
A seemingly lost Arsenal managed to finally break through. 
1-1 to the Arsenal. 
PODOLSKI LEVELS IT AGAINST SWANSEA
A seemingly lost Arsenal managed to finally break through. 
1-1 to the Arsenal. 
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People who say their eyes change color
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bjacity:

Grey Shirt Day 5 and I am already an outfit repeater. Also I’m very proud of the fact that the bottoms of my shoes are blue but it’s not like you can tell what the rest of the shoes look like anyway. Honestly, how am I supposed to take pictures for this dumb project?
No one has openly noticed that I’ve been wearing the same shirt for a week. I’m waiting for some nonverbal clue, but it would appear that everyone in my classes are a) too polite or b) oblivious.

The cuteness is just too damn high.