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1) Miki Roque dies age 23
We kick World 5 off with sad news which is a real tragedy. Young footballer Miki Roque, who spent five years in Liverpool's academy between 2005 and 2009, has died of pelvic cancer. The youngster even made a Champions League appearance for the Reds against Galatasaray back in 2006 and played on loan at Oldham Athletic. The defender had been at Spanish side Real Betis and was diagnosed with cancer in March 2011 before announcing his retirement from football to battle the illness. RIP.
2) Luis Suarez bags hat-trick in Miami
Luis Suarez took part in a charity game in America over the weekend, which finished with an unlikely 7-7 scoreline. The Uruguayan was one of the stars of the show, bagging a hat-trick, matched by none other than fellow South American Lionel Messi. The game also starred former Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano, and the now former Premier League striker Didier Drogba. Argentine star of the past Ariel Ortega also scored in the match. Luis Suarez has been enjoying his Miami holiday, last week he was snapped at the American Airlines Arena watching Liverpool shareholder LeBron James lead Miami Heat to the NBA Championship.
3) Romarinho, remember the name
Romarinho sounds like he is born to be a star, just by his name, sounding like a cross between Romario and Ronaldinho. The 21-year-old scored twice for Corinthians where he led them to a 2-1 win over Palmeiras - including this superb back flick. He shouldn't be confused with another Romarinho, 18, who actually is Romario's son.
4) Moreno joins Drogba
Before a bad knee injury last season, Colombian attacker Giovanni Moreno was being hailed as one of the best South American talents to emerge in recent years after leading Racing Club to the Argentine championship in 2010/11. His career has now taken an unexpected route after he decided to join Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka at Shanghai Shenhua. The 25-year-old is reported to be earning around $9 million over two years. Check out his best bits below.
5) Arsenal win the league - in Argentina
At last Arsenal have finally won the league. Arsenal di Sarandi that is, the Argentine club who this weekend clinched their first ever championship since being formed in 1957. They finished two points ahead of second placed Tigre and five ahead of Boca Juniors, who at least have the Copa Libertadores final to look forward to against Corinthians. Arsenal clinched the title with a win against Belgrano scored by defender Lisandro Lopez - namesake of the Lyon forward - sparking wild celebrations.
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