With Yard Crashers, you never know what you're gonna get. Licensed landscape contractor Ahmed Hassan ambushes unsuspecting homeowners at the home improvement store, follows them home, and creates eye-popping backyard transformations. This informational show counts down the top 10 ways he transforms a yard, from water features to super-size decks to amazing outdoor spaces for entertaining.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Yard Crashers Top 10 - 2018 FIFA World Cup Group H - Netflix
Group H of the 2018 FIFA World Cup took place from 19 to 28 June 2018. The group consisted of Poland, Senegal, Colombia, and Japan. The top two teams, Colombia and Japan, advanced to the round of 16. For the first time in World Cup history, the “fair play” rule was invoked to break a tie. Japan and Senegal finished with identical scores and goal differences to tie for second behind Colombia. Japan were awarded the place in the final 16 based on receiving fewer yellow cards in their three matches.
Yard Crashers Top 10 - Colombia vs Japan - Netflix
The two teams had met in three previous matches, most recently in a 2014 FIFA World Cup group stage game, won by Colombia 4–1. In the third minute, Carlos Sánchez blocked Shinji Kagawa's 20-yard shot with his arm and the referee pointed to the penalty spot before showing the midfielder a straight red card. After lengthy protests, Sanchez eventually left the field and Kagawa slotted the penalty into the bottom right corner of the net. José Pékerman then replaced Juan Cuadrado with Wílmar Barrios at the half-hour mark, and an equaliser arrived nine minutes later, from a Juan Fernando Quintero free kick, shot low under the jumping wall which the goalkeeper failed to keep out. In the second half, David Ospina dived full length to his left to stop Takashi Inui's curling 20-yard shot. Yuya Osako then headed the ball into the far corner of the net from a Keisuke Honda corner from the left. With 13 minutes left, James Rodríguez's strike from inside the box was turned over the crossbar by the outstretched leg of Osako. Quintero became the first Colombia player in history to score at two World Cups. Japan became the first Asian team to beat a South American team in the competition’s history. Honda is the first player from an Asian nation to provide an assist in three different World Cup tournaments since 1966. Eiji Kawashima (35 years, 91 days) became the oldest player to appear for Japan in a World Cup finals match.
Yard Crashers Top 10 - References - Netflix