6. Squirrel Highbury, Arsenal v Villarreal, Champions League semi-final in April 2006
Are to be highlighted at the European finals at Highbury Arsenal Kolo Toure is not the goal at minute 41 that finally put the Gunners in their first Champions League final. But the gray squirrel that ran onto the field for several minutes.
7. Camels at a cricket match in Tasmania in 1984
A cricket match in Tasmania between Launceston and Old enemies Suttonians stalled because most bizarre situation imaginable in 1984: entry into the herd of camels carrying the cricket field.
The game must be stopped to catch the animal, which escaped from a circus in the area near the stadium. But peace did not last long. The camels back into the game three more times.
8. Dogs invading the pitch, England versus Brazil, World Cup quarter-final, June 1962
When a stray dog ran onto the field in Vina del Mar, Chile, during the World Cup quarter-final match for England against Brazil, the England striker Jimmy Greaves who caught the dog and took him off the field.
Received cheers Greaves is a rare moment in a bad afternoon: not only England lost 3-1, the dog also urinated on the Tottenham striker as he handed it to the match committee.
9. Wimbledon pigeon
Some people, like Mike Tyson, believe pigeons are beautiful creatures, and full of charm. But for others, who have been targeted as one of the pigeons flew over Trafalgar Square, may not agree.
In 2000, the All England Club to hire hawks called Hamish to repel pigeons, birds of prey are complete even pass a laminated card is free to enter tournaments.
But in 2008 the falcon patrols proved inadequate, and a sniper team is hired to shoot the birds. That can make the tournament is free from interference pigeons - but inviting trouble with animal lovers groups.
10. Pigeons 'go around' baseball in March 2001
Baseball star Randy Johnson became the unwanted headlines in 2001 when he was accidentally killed during the match pigeons.
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher threw his best fastball to Calvin Murray of the San Francisco Giants. But when he did, a pigeon swooped down into the ground at high speed.
Unfortunately the bird, with a high-speed dive exactly on track with Johnson the ball speed of 95 km per hour. The result? The bird died.