National Football League reporter Melissa Stark has been praised for maintaining her composure after getting hit in the head with a ball during a live cross.
"Nothing like live television, I'm okay!"
Demonstrating her poise and professionalism, the reporter smiled through the hit and even had time for quick joke. That first one definitely made her aware of where she was standing.
"FYI, yes this really happened today...in London of all places (I guess wearing an English military jacket doesn't always protect you)", she wrote. I'm gonna wrap it up and send it back to you guys....
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Czech side Viktoria Plzen are bottom with one point. 'The last time I spoke in Portuguese I was in trouble, ' he responded. The press conference was not without humour. "The players you saw are the players that are available", Mourinho said.
That first one was a seed so you know it wasn't thrown by Marcus Mariota.
She added at the end: "I might be on the injury report". "I am now officially questionable".
The Los Angeles Chargers managed to improve their record to an impressive 5-2 this Sunday in London and did so without Melvin Gordon.
"Hurts more every time I watch it....literally NEVER happened in 20 years covering National Football League ..."