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Top 10 Mannequin Challenges

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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Argentina, Netherlands, Japan and Ghana in danger of missing World Cup

Alejandro Moreno talks how Brazil and Argentina are looking following the latest round of World Cup qualifiers.

With 12 months to go before we know the 31 teams who will join hosts Russia at the 2018 World Cup, we take a look at some of the major nations and familiar names who appear to have a battle on their hands to make the finals.

Argentina and Chile

Argentina's 3-0 defeat in Brazil last week left them facing a huge crisis in their qualification bid. However, victory at home to Colombia on Tuesday averted this for now, as at least that win left them fifth and that offers a playoff against the winners of...

Cristiano Ronaldo, Dortmund and more: top 10 Mannequin Challenges

The Mannequin Challenge is here to stay, it seems. Football teams from around the world have celebrated victories and battled boredom with the latest social media fad.

We've compiled the top 10 renditions:

Portugal

Borussia Dortmund

 By Chris Wright

Cristiano Ronaldo recreates Macauley Culkin's famous 'Home Alone' scenes

With Christmas beginning to crown on the horizon, Cristiano Ronaldo has flung himself into the festive spirit by appearing in a commercial re-enacting several moments from Macauley Culkin's 1990 magnum opus, "Home Alone."

The advert sees the Real Madrid superstar recreate several of the classic movie's most famous scenes, including the iconic post-aftershave scream (which Ronaldo, of course, performs topless) and the part where young Kevin McAllister orders himself a pizza.

Why, there's even a cameo...

England and Scotland need a boost; Ronaldo two goals behind Gerd Muller

Paul Mariner says playing for England was the pinnacle of his career, but how do the club and country rivalries stack up?
The guys answer your tweets about the Premier League, while Steve and Craig devise a plan to help Scotland beat England.
Former Barcelona and Portugal star Deco reflects on Portugal's recent run of success, highlighted by their Euro 2016 triumph.

2018 World Cup Qualification picks back up during the November international break. Miguel Delaney looks ahead to the action.

Can England and Scotland get back on track? England vs. Scotland (Nov. 12)

The buildup to this fixture has been shrouded by the controversy over the federations' wish to wear poppies, but this is a match with so much riding on it. Both are looking to recover from quite different recent humiliations. Although Gareth Southgate was already in charge against Malta after Sam...

 By Tom Kundert

Benfica continue to set records in Portugal, here's how they're doing it

On Sunday night Benfica made the short trip to Belenenses, winning 2-0 to break the all-time record for consecutive away victories in the Portuguese top flight. It was the 16th straight triumph for the Eagles on the road, toppling a record that had dated back to Jimmy Hagan's Benfica side of 1973, a team powered by goal-scoring extraordinaire Eusebio who had 40 league goals in that campaign. Today's Benfica has no Eusebio but their level of dominance, especially against the weaker sides in the...

 By Tom Kundert

Andre Silva proves that Portugal's Euro 2016 triumph is just the beginning

Andre Silva was the star of the match for Portugal, scoring a hat-trick early in their 6-0 domination over the Faroe Islands.
Former Barcelona and Portugal star Deco reflects on Portugal's recent run of success, highlighted by their Euro 2016 triumph.
Andre Silva's incredible first half continues as he puts in goal number three for Portugal.

As usual, Cristiano Ronaldo stole the headlines in Friday's 6-0 win over Andorra. He joined the select group of Eusebio, Nuno Gomes and Pauleta by scoring four goals for the Seleção in a single match. More significant, though, was the 86th-minute strike by Porto centre-forward Andre Silva.

It was the 20-year-old's first international goal in just his second start, and it served notice that Silva is not interested in being dislodged from the starting lineup any time soon. Three days later, on Monday,...