Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy, Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, look at the maths involved in attending a football match. Taken from Why Maths Doesn’t Add Up.
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Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona highlights
A true El Classico!
Where did he go?
A striker for Brazilian side, Coritiba, fell into the stadium’s basement after scoring for his team.
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Japan wins Asian Cup 2014
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