Three reasons why tears were shed today:
A general view of play during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Quarter Final match between Brazil and Colombia at Castelao on July 4, 2014 in Fortaleza, Brazil.
TS about how he almost died: “My arrival at Porto wasn’t easy and I had some difficulties. I spoke the same language but I felt very lonely. Two months later I caught tuberculosis yet at the time no doctor at Porto knew for sure what was wrong with me. I trained and played with the B team. I hardly trained with the main squad at all, let alone play with them – all due to the tuberculosis. The illness slowed me down so much in 2005, and became much worse over time and the doctors told me that if I had remained in hospital for two more weeks, I could have died. It was a year when I didn’t play football, a sad year for me. When I face a difficult situation nowadays, I always look back at that experience and remember what I’ve been through. I get stronger each time I think of it.”
Maracanã had the honor to be the stadium where Bosnia scored its first goal in a World Cup.
“There are so many people out there who will tell you that you can’t. What you've got to do is turn around and say ‘watch me’.”
“I'm sure sex wouldn't be as rewarding as winning the World Cup. It's not that sex isn't good, but the World Cup is every four years and sex is not.” - Ronaldo
"I am very pleased to be able to wear the number 10 for Chelsea. It is my favourite number and is one I am used to wearing for the national team, as well as the one worn by some of my heroes from when I was a kid, like Zinedine Zidane. I hope it brings me a lot of luck in the future and I look forward to the fans seeing me in it next season." Eden Hazard Chelsea’s number 10
Chelsea Chelsea you know I love you. Chelsea Chelsea I’m thinking of you. You’ve got something that makes me follow you. When I see you I feel emotion so much deeper than in the ocean. Chelsea Chelsea you’re looking good all dressed in blue.