13 Best Plays In Sports Of 2018 You Need To Know Right Now!

13 Best Plays In Sports Of 2018 You Need To Know Right Now!

  The year 2018 was full of amazing and entertaining games and playoffs. This year accounted for many miraculous moments in the history of sports. From golf to soccer, every sport observed some amazing moments. There had been many wow moments in the history of sports but here we are going to tell you the best 13 plays in 2018 which created history and amazed everyone as well.

So, here are the top best 13 best plays which everyone should know.

  1. Tiger Woods hole-out eagle at the par-5 11th hole at the Memorial Tournament

Tiger Woods set the fire on the second day of The Memorial Tournament with an outstanding 95-yard segment at the par-five 11th, making the crowd amazed.

  1. LeBron James through his sneaky pass fools the entire Lakers defense

LeBron is always known for his excellent dribbling skills but this time he passes the ball to Zizic eventually which results it in a basket.

  1. 15-year-old Ping-pong player makes exceptional defence

A 15 year old Chris Chen made the table tennis highlight of 2018 when he hit the drop shot after getting felled, raising his Ping-Pong paddle in extreme anxiety. His Table Tennis Club called it a bizarre last-ditch defense.

  1. Patrick Mahomes fires a 73-yard touchdown vs. the Rams

Patrick Mahomes throws a 70+ yard from his own 16-yard line and Hill catches it at the Rams’ 24. It left everyone surprised and mouth wide-open.

  1. LeBron James dribbles through his teammate’s legs scoring a basket

LeBron amazed the spectators and fooled the opposite team while pulling off a greatest dribbling move of all time. He put the ball through a small opening between the legs of his teammate in cover and dribbled the ball to the basket.

  1. Colombia’s James Rodriguez curves a pass in the World Cup

In the first match of 2018 world cup between Colombia vs Poland, James Rodriguez bends the ball and perfectly passed the ball to Juan Cuadrado’s route scoring a goal.

  1. Tua Tagovailoa launches the championship-winning touchdown

Tua Tagovailoa delivers a perfect pass to DeVonta Smith for a 50-yard touchdown in OT, giving the Crimson Tide their fifth national championship under Nick Saban

  1. The Minneapolis Miracle

In NFC, Saint vs Viking, the Saints looked ready to defeat the Vikings in Minnesota but Case Keenum gave Stefon Digg a miraculous 26-yard pass which turned into a great touchdown run.

  1. Arike Ogunbowale triumphs continuous game winners and gives Notre Dame their second national title

Arike Ogunbowale through her game-winner hit in the national semi-final against UConn in the Final Four took her squad to the finale. Arike Ogunbowale delivered it again, taking the score up at 58 with just three seconds remaining against Mississippi State with a perfect win.

  1. Ronaldo made spectacular full bicycle kick in the Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo made a spectacular overhead kick for Real Madrid against Juventus F.C. Ronaldo made this remarkable goal in their quarter-finals of Champions League. This was also voted for UEFA’s Goal of the Season for 2018. His flexible bicycle kick at the Allianz Stadium is well thought-out to be his one of his best kick of all time.

  1. The Eagles brought back the Philly Special

Foles held an additional pass against the Falcons in their season-opening. The “Philly Special” was the most talked play of the year which created a lot of buzz all around the world. Their most famed play from the Super Bowl was the “Philly Special” where Nick Foles catching a touchdown pass from Trey Burton.

  1. Benjamin Pavard made the outstanding strike in the World Cup

The French defender Benjamin Pavard recorded his first career international goal against Argentina. The shot itself was outstanding that the phenomenon strike against Argentina was named the Hyundai Goal of the Tournament after a public vote. The new spin from this French defender takes it to a new level

  1. Ramon Laurreano makes an unexpected 321-foot throw for a double play against Angels

In the third inning of Oakland against Angels made an outstanding occurrence which became very popular and unexpected at the same time.  The Oakland Athletics rookie outfielder Ramon Laureano firstly made a good running catch in the third inning drive with Justin Upton near the wall. But what he did next became legendary.

Eric Young Jr. was running on the pitch and Laureano needed a perfect throw to beat him to first base. He then delivered a 321-foot throw on to complete the double play. This throw was unexpected and amazed the crowd as well as the team players.

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