The case for punishment by Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post, representative of the selectively censorious Left: "Unsportsmanlike Conduct".
The case for what-the-hell-is-all-the-fuss-about by a fine sportwriter whose other work I really like and whose take here I much prefer, Joe Posnanski: "Wake Me When It's Over".
An interesting argument by Mike Florio on a seemingly important detail: "Wells report disregards Anderson’s 'best recollection' on a key piece of evidence". Related: "10 Reasons Why an Appeal Overturns Tom Brady's Suspension".
. . . let's look, again, at Messi's spectacular performance last week: "Player of the day: Lionel Messi". (The great Martin Tyler: "Only football can make you feel this way.")
Still more: "The Superhero".
Finally, "15 Things All Barcelona Fans Know To Be True".
Unlike so many people, I'm not desperate for people to admire. But if I were, Gregg Popovich would be in contention.
It was slow, and very painfully, coming, but at least in this case, justice has prevailed.
Clyde is still the coolest.
It's not every day--or even every year--you see a goal like this.