We can think of few better ways to get over missing the World Cup than catching a flight to Vegas with your mates to get some all-day/all-night alcohol ingestion/ all-you-can-eat pancake buffet/gamble-’til-they-take-away-the Black-Amex-away quality time.
Well done, Mr. Walcott.
In between the first week of World Cup action, a few of the national squads took a football timeout to do good deeds (or, in Paolo Ferreira’s case, look cute while fending off jacket-eating wildlife.)
Hugo Lloris was just one of the seemingly less-than-enthused France NT players who visited the Dam Se Bos township last Sunday. Despite being chosen by the city of Knysna to help local residents inaugurate their new football pitch – a thank you for hosting the French and Danish national teams during the tournament - Andre-Pierre Gignac and a few other compatriots wore their longest faces during the day trip.
Image via Reuters Pictures.
Footy games three times daily are really doing a number on our brain power. One thing we are always willing to expend energy for?
And even more so?
World Cup torsos.
Today we’re pitting international washboards against one another. Six-pack versus six-pence, etc. etc…whatever. We’re out of analogies, and we’re confident you’ve already stopped reading to click through and judge our chosen few.
Without further ado, let’s get right to the toned tummies which proudly made their World Cup debut during the opening week’s matches. Don’t forget to cast a vote for every ab you see!
Image credit: AP Photo/Hussein Malla; AFP/Getty Images; Matt Slocum for AP Photos.
Bad hair. Each of the 32 teams competing in the World Cup has got at least one coif to be embarrassed of. We bring you the best of the worst hair styles.