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With fervour mounting for the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™, the UEFA Champions League final on the horizon and leagues around the world wrapping up their seasons, there's plenty of inspiring moments to choose from. Here are your picks, courtesy of FIFA's Fan Movement and social media.
From Emma Clarke (England) France 2019 draws tantalisingly near, and the biggest Women's World Cup yet has the participating nations bringing the heat with their squad announcements. Australia's mic drop reveal demanded emma042198's attention.
Like father, like daughter
From Vanessa Tomaszewski (France) As effervescent as Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is, surely he can't top the charm of his own daughter. From championsdudigital, watch the Egyptian megastar's face when he catches Makka teetering toward the goal at Anfield's Kop end, and listen to the mounting roar of the crowd.
UCL madness explained
From David (France) Three clubs improbably prevailed in UEFA Champions League ties this season with a five per cent chance or less of advancing after the first leg, per Gracenote Sports. ExploreFeelGood shares why this has been one of the wildest Champions League seasons ever, via BBC Sport.
From Diana Araujo (Portugal) When Benfica scored a vital road win over Rio Ave to stay atop the league, their fans flooded the streets of the Portuguese capital to celebrate the team's return home. Surely dianaaraujo50 was inspired by the scene, and so were we.
Historic cup clash
From Bikram Paul (India) Wednesday's AFC Cup match between Myanmar's Yangon United and Cambodia's Naga World featured the competition's first all-female officiating crew, led by experienced FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup referee Yoshimi Yamashita. IamBikramPaul spotlighted this landmark moment in Asian club football.