VICE Sports World News Roundup: May 3, 2016
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Good morning, America. It's May 3, 2016. Welcome to the VICE Sports World News Roundup. Be sure to stop by every morning for more headlines from around the world.
There aren't too many sports stories this morning, because Yesterday, Tottenham could only manage a 2-2 tie with Chelsea, which means Leicester City, 5000-1 underdogs at the beginning of the season, became the Premier League champions. It is the greatest sporting upset of all time. Congrats, Leicester!
The Chelsea-Tottenham match was wicked rough, by the way. Tottenham received nine (9) cards, and there were a couple of scuffles, including a big one after the final whistle (see below). Dembele gouged Diego Costa's eye, and manager Guus Hiddink was knocked into the dugout area, where he landed on his backside.
Tottenham went up 2-0 before Chelsea fought back and leveled the match thanks to an Eden Hazard curler. He knows how to win championships.
Leicester obviously celebrated wildly.
Here's captain Wes Morgan getting dragged around a kitchen:
I present you this photograph so you can take a close look at Christian Fuchs's shirt, which is amazing. (It reads "No Fuchs Given.")
Latin American countries continue to use Donald Trump's racist quotes as athletic motivation. Here's the latest example:
UEFA has a new member. Welcome, Kosovo.
Photo of the Day
The Kentucky Derby is right around the corner. Here's a nice shot from yesterday's workout.