Vine, Twitter’s social media platform for six-second looping video turned three on Sunday. The company was quick to note that over 200 million people watch vine videos each month. But then, what are they actually watching? In celebrating Vine’s birthday, here are the most-watched and best football vines throughout 2015.

Varane’s Silky Touch


It is said that French international, Raphael Varane, is so good that he probably would pull one of these touches on a cold night at Stoke City. The video shows Real Madrid’s Varane receiving a cross field pass in French training. But the way he kills the long range pass with a first touch that is just a little bit too good before sending it back from where it came from. This is an out-of-the-world skill that even elicits a clap from one of his teammates, Blaise Matuidi.

Suarez and Neymar’s Bromance

Messi is injured and unavailable for the home game against Villarreal, but that doesn’t hinder Neymar and Suarez from portraying some little bromance. Neymar pats Suarez on the bum before the pair embrace with a kiss on the cheek.

Klopp’s Spec saver Antics


Liverpool’s new coach Jurgen Klopp is one pretty hilarious character. In this incident, he is seen giving his spectacles to Jordan Ibe for safekeeping, perhaps at the back post. The German is a super funny character.

Odegaard’s No-Look Trick

Real Madrid’s youngster, Martin Odegaard, is obviously a football sensation. While he has not been able to fully portray his talent at Madrid, he shows a glimpse of the talent in him when he is seen kicking the ball high up in the air before coolly controlling it with an amazing no-look touch.

Fan Falling from the Stand


Football fans in South America are known to be very passionate about the game. However, one fan takes it a notch higher as he is captured behind a goalmouth falling disgracefully from the stand.

Oktoberfest in Bayern

Oktoberfest is a great tradition in Germany and this time round, Bayern Munich stars and their partners are out in full force for the Oktoberfest beer and in traditional dresses.

Amazing Skills from Barcelona’s Kid


Sergi Oriol is an Under-12 player in the Barcelona academy with phenomenon skills. The way he twists, leaves his marker flat-footed and places the ball at the far post is purely incredible.

Bony’s Super Touch

He may be on the bench at Manchester City, but his talent is never in doubt. This touch says is it all.

Pogba’s Bum Note

This skill from Paul Pogba is better not described. Purely amazing.

Source: www.goal.com