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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Marcelo, Keylor Navas, Mateo Kovacic meet Shaq after Real Madrid training

Real Madrid defender Marcelo realised a dream while training in Los Angeles -- a meeting with basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal.

The 29-year-old Brazil international, goalkeeper Keylor Navas and midfielder Mateo Kovacic were all dwarfed by the Los Angeles Lakers great at a local restaurant on Monday night.

Marcelo gave a thumbs-up to the camera, while Navas and Kovacic stuck with a classic handshake from the 7-foot-1, four-time NBA champion.

A Dream come true ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ’ฏDope The best person!!! Thank u big bro!! #elpadrinonegro

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@shaq ๐Ÿ€

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The man known as Shaq has gotten involved in a number...

 By Chris Wright

Celtic pay tribute to Henrik Larsson on 20th anniversary of signing striker

It's now 20 years to the very day since he first donned their famous hoops, and Celtic have been spending the day paying humble homage to the great Henrik Larsson.

Sporting his famous dreadlocks, Larsson joined the Bhoys from Feyenoord in July of 1997 and promptly set about scoring an absolute avalanche of goals on both the domestic and European front.

The iconic striker quickly attained bona fide modern club legend status at Celtic, scoring 242 goals in 313 appearances while winning four SPL titles,...

 By Chris Wright

Russian farmer builds stadium out of straw to mock $720m World Cup venue

A farmer in Krasnoye, Russia built a football stadium entirely out of straw
Russian farmer Roman Ponomaryov built a stadium made completely from straw.

A Russian farmer has built an entire football stadium out of straw to mock the spiralling cost of the new 64,000-seat arena in St Petersburg that will be used to host the 2018 World Cup.

The straw version, built by farmer Roman Ponomaryov in a field outside the town of Stavropol cost around $675 (£500) to complete, whereas the Zenit Arena quickly burned through a budget of $720 million (£552m).

However, what Ponomaryov's version lacks in clean, sweeping lines and modernist architecture,...

 By Chris Wright

Tottenham's Harry Kane nails 50-yard field goal in visit to New York Giants

With Tottenham Hotspur in town for a friendly against Roma, Harry Kane seized the opportunity to spend the day training at the New York Giants' Quest training facility in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

A massive NFL fan, Kane tried his hand (and foot) at a few training drills, including a huge 50-yard field goal attempt.

Even without his boots on, the Spurs striker nailed his long distance effort which, in football terms, would be roughly equivalent to clearing the crossbar with a shot from the halfway...

 By Chris Wright

Jose Mourinho crashes Jesse Lingard interview on Man United tour

Manchester United and Real Madrid played out a 1-1 draw inside 90 minutes at the Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on Sunday, with Jesse Lingard scoring the only goal for the former.

The friendly was subsequently settled on penalties, with United just about managing to pip Real Madrid 2-1 in the laughably low-scoring shootout.

At training the following day, Lingard gave an interview to MUTV in which he was asked to assess his side's performance.

After loitering in the background for several seconds,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

NBA star Pau Gasol announces new contract in Pique-like fashion

Count NBA star Pau Gasol among those paying close attention to the Neymar-to-PSG-but-maybe-not saga that has unfolded over the past week.

Upon signing a new three-year, $48 million deal to return to the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, the six-time All Star and two-time NBA league champ paid homage to Gerard Pique's tweet seen 'round the internet to announce his good news.

His message: "Me quedo," which translates as "I'm staying."

Hmm, where have we seen that one before?

You may be wondering how Gasol...