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Every Tuesday, theScore highlights the most outlandish moments from the wacky, sometimes daft, and perennially entertaining world of football. Here's what made us smile - or cringe - on the pitch this past week.
Bit undeserved that, though there are other cases when it's fair to wonder if Young Boys fancy a laugh at their own expense. Last week, the club reverted to the historic neighborhood name for its Bern-based stadium: Wankdorf.
Blessed with tradition like the 1954 "Miracle in Bern" World Cup final, headlines such as "Young Boys Wankdorf erection relief" are never far behind. With the re-rebranding, the Wankdorf remains on a pedestal alongside Christian Eriksen's old stomping grounds, Middlefart Stadium, Lewes FC's Dripping Pan, and the former Hunky Dorys Park as the best stadium names in football.
Credit to Real Madrid star Gareth Bale for fully embracing heel status amid the "Wales, Golf, Madrid" furor that has painted the ponytailed Welshman as persona non grata among Los Blancos supporters.
It's been a frequent topic with the Weird Week, and as cameras focused on the fleet-footed winger in training recently, he took a few practice swings accompanied by a mischievous grin. Why did Bale need new football socks? Because he found a hole-in-one. Please like, comment, and subscribe.
Merseysiders on their way to Anfield for Marco Silva's swan song were delayed when, as Jake Polden of the Mirror eloquently describes, "a naked man put his testicles on a car bonnet in front of shocked drivers."
Some have junk in the trunk, while others simply leave theirs on it. In the end, the local man's cock-up merited police attention, and Liverpool subsequently bollocked their neighbors 5-2 in Silva's final match in charge of the Toffees.
Vasco da Gama trio Freddy Guarin, Felipe Bastos, and Yago Pikachu opted for a game of rock, paper, scissors to determine who took a free-kick during Sunday's Brasileirao meeting with Chapecoense. Even Chapecoense's Marcio Araujo fancied his chances.
Former Porto and Inter midfielder Guarin went rock and subsequently fired an attempt into the Chapecoense wall. Shout-out to Pikachu for the unique "Pokemon" moniker that's inspired some riveting goal calls. There's also a guy on Chapecoense named Gum. Chew on that.
Sticking with pint-sized fictional characters, and feigning complete ignorance, but apparently there's a new "Star Wars" show featuring Baby Yoda. The miniature version of the miniature fella has taken the internet by storm.
Portuguese lot SC Braga got in on the fun by featuring a scene from "The Mandalorian" with the Lilliputian green guy dubbed with a club chant to incite excitement ahead of Saturday's trip to Aves. May the forca be with you.
Japan does football differently. For evidence of such, look no further than last week's J-League awards when champions Kawasaki Frontale midfielder Ao Tanaka was selected as the best young player. Ao, if you're reading this, congrats, my g.
Tanaka was busy on Japan duty at the E-1 (East Asian Football Federation) tournament in South Korea, so Frontale's dolphin mascot, Fronta-kun, was there to serve a porpoise (yes, we know dolphins are technically porpoises).
Nightclub bouncer cosplayer and Burnley touchline trespasser Sean Dyche was again endearing himself to English media when describing the efforts of burgeoning winger Dwight MacNeil, who "brought cakes in. Poor, poor cakes. So that's part of his development as well."
"It's all about the cakes," Dyche added, presumably a coded reference to his sole requirement for a winger with the ability to fire a vaguely accurate cross toward one of the Clarets' countless skyscraping strikers.
Ever wonder what life is like in the Segunda Division? Well, Real Oviedo provided a glimpse following a win at Alcorcon: celebrations in a dimly lit hallway and a fella carrying pizzas. It was basically my 12th birthday party, except people came to this one.
Speaking of pies, SPL side Aberdeen have launched an investigation after Rangers skipper James Tavernier was struck with a pie while taking a throw-in during last Wednesday night's draw at Pittodrie.
"The club is aware and is investigating. To date we haven't received any complaints," Aberdeen's statement read, completely ignoring the certain robust cries of disgraced former Sutton United pie paramour Wayne Shaw. Should have been you, mushy peas.