5 Biggest Sports Moments From The Weekend

Miss anything this weekend? MenStuff gives you the lowdown on the five best moments from around the sporting world.

While the weekend has come to an end, it’s fair to say that it was jam-packed with some epic sporting moments, and we’ve rounded up the best of the best that will be the talking-points around the office water-cooler this week:

Tim Cahill’s bicycle goal against China – the Socceroos superstar finished off a cracking goal with an amazing overhead kick in the Asian Cup quarter final.

Miller’s century helps push Proteas – The Proteas’ David Miller scored his first century in the one-day international against the West Indies being played at St George’s Park on Sunday.

Oupa Manyisa’s goal against Senegal – Bafana Bafana once again drew first blood, but failed to hold onto a lead at the Africa Cup of Nations on Friday as they were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with Senegal in Mongomo. That said, Manyisa scored a great goal for the South Africans.

Grigor Dimitrov‘s amazing comeback shot against Murray – Despite losing the match,Grigor Dimitrov proved an incredibly tough opponent for Andy Murray, and this rally was evidence of that.


Juan Imhoff’s magnificent 65-metre individual try vs Treviso – Racing Métro wing Juan Imhoff scored a brilliant individual try after carving through the Treviso defence during the Champions Cup match at the Stade Yves du Manoir in Paris.

What was your favourite sport moment from the weekend? Let us know in the comments section below:

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  1. James

    January 27, 2015 at 11:13

    Sadly one of the biggest moments of the weekend was Chelsea crashing out of the FA cup in tremendous style. The 5 – 2 loss wasn’t televised on SuperSport ( Thank god because I would no longer have a tv). This will go down as Bradfords’s greatest win ever. What will add insult to injury is that it looks like Man United will make it to the final.

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