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Football is nothing without fans. The beautiful game is so popular around the world because of its unique ability to bring people together.
So we want to know what's on your mind each week. Which videos do you keep coming back to? Or has there been a fascinating feature on your favourite team or player that deserves wider viewing? Submit your thoughts via social media with the hashtag #WeLiveFootball, and we'll pick the top ones to showcase here.
This week a club rallied behind one of its grieving players, a resilient champion reached a personal milestone and a goal-scoring record was shattered. See it all and more below, curated as always by our FIFA Fan Movement.
Stay strong, Mo
From Gabriel Bachman (Brazil)
PSV's league win over VVV-Venlo last Sunday carried special weight: Mo Ihattaren, the club's talented 17-year-old midfielder, lost his father that same day. Though Ihattaren was not present at the Philips Stadion, he was in the hearts and minds of team-mates and fans, who offered touching tributes, as psvbrasil shares.
Vela scorches MLS record
From Larissa Ruiz (Mexico)
It was only one year ago that Atlanta United forward Josef Martinez eclipsed Major League Soccer's single-season scoring record by a staggering four goals, finding the net 31 times in 34 appearances. Enter LAFC superstar Carlos Vela, who netted a hat-trick on the final matchday of this season to set the new high mark at 34 goals. See every one of Carlitos' record-setting strikes, via lruizm.
All for Ali
From Ana Schuindt (Brazil)
Ali Krieger's story with the USA women's national team is one of perseverance. Despite a recent two-year period that saw the defender capped just once, she became an integral part of the Stars and Stripes' FIFA Women's World Cup™-winning squad this year. Now ana.schuindt brings us these images of the team commemorating Krieger's 100 appearances.
From surviving to thriving
From Adeniyi Bameyi (Nigeria)
Victor Osimhen's 2019 season with Lille is off to a spectacular start. The Nigerian forward, who won the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015 and took home the adidas Golden Boot, now leads Ligue 1 in goal scoring. But it took struggling to survive as a child to become the player he is today. This story shared by adeniyimustaphabameyi details just how difficult Osimhen's journey has been.
Inside the huddle
From Pete Nowakowski (Australia)
Ever wonder what training sessions look and sound like immediately after a professional football club hires a new head coach? Huddersfield Town offered this glimpse behind the curtain, putting microphones on Danny and Nicky Cowley as they put their players through their paces. Thanks for this one, petenowakowski!