It happened people. It really happened.
At some point or another we've all dreamed of being involved in a coin toss where both heads and tails are wrong. You may not recall that memory but it's scientific fact that at some stage in your life, you've had that thought. We all have.
Well James Rodriguez and Paraguay keeper Justo Villar managed to live the dream last night.
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) June 4, 2016
Colombia continued their impressive start to this year's Copa America with a 2-1 win over Paraguay overnight but the real winner was gravity, which was given a few seconds to sit back and relax. According to a physics journal that we just consulted, a coin will land on its edge roughly once every 6000 tosses.
It just so happened that one of those rare occurrences happened in front of thousands of viewers at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena last night.