Guest writer Tuna enlightens us:
If you didn’t watch the World Cup and you don’t at least occasionally play Fifa you might be a little in the dark on this one, but if that's really the case then you’ve probably come to this website by mistake.
Cavani has been tearing up the Italian Serie A for Napoli, racking up a league high 26 goals with levels of both flow and freshness unmatched by a Uruguayan (thanks wiki) since Diego Forlan, also known as Jesús, was in his prime. We all saw Uruguay tear it up in the World Cup. I for one have nothing but respect for Suarez’s greasy goal-saving hand ball at the last minute against Ghana. And I would have given my left natty for Forlan’s extra time pk to have sunk a foot lower and under the crossbar. The fact that he was 32 and probably and wouldn’t see the pitch for another world cup was a pretty crushing blow. Who knew that just left of the spotlight, El Matador was warming up those steed-like springs the whole time for the 2011 season. He might be the most expensive man in soccer (will someone who knows math figure out how much 86 million pounds is worth in dollars), but possibly the most underrated aspect of his overall game is the fact that he looks pretty damn weird. Note the convincing Imhotep impression he pulls at 0:50. Nothing like belching a few scarabs into the stands during a celly to get the intimidation factor going.