Good Stuff: The Weekend In Video

Some motion picture of a phenomenal soccer weekend:

• Michael Bradley…bang!

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• We tried to tell you in our preview and on Twitter that West Brom was hot and would toss the kitchen sink–and Peter Odemwingie–at Arsenal and take it to the 12th round.

The crew from the Emirates didn’t respect us.

Terrible quality video here, but Chris Brunt is truly a quality player that footie fans do not see enough of.

A perfectly timed, weighted and directed back heel nutmeg here that leads to the Baggies 2nd goal.

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• Does MLS not have the best fans? Chicago Fire fans re-enact Super Mario Brothers.

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• Hercules Gomez gets off the pine and gets off the snide. Golazo!

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• Any of you play recreational league ball? Is there anything funnier than when someone gets up in your face, knowing full well the ref or his teammates will stop him from receiving a beatdown?

Well that someone this weekend was David Beckham. Too funny.

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Real Salt Lake’s Nat Borchers goes Iron Eagle on the Rapids to preserve the Rio Tinto unbeaten streak.

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Andy Najar breaks down the Dynamo defense and buries a runner.

In this one, Dominic Kinnear and Ben Olsen had some handbags and got ejected. Isn’t that sort of like fighting over the Grenade Chick at a party?

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• Chelsea get shutout for the first time this season…and none other than Carlos Tevez scores the game winner and then flips his shirt up to wish his mom a happy birthday. (Note, video has been uploaded “inside out.”)

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