Euro 2016 kicks off tonight and to make matters more exciting one of our students will be immortalising pivotal moments in the championship in Lego animation! Third-year English and Media student Fabian Moritz has created Bricksports, a company which recreates great sporting moments in the form of short animations with the protagonists sculpted from Lego bricks. Among the videos Fabian has already recreated are the infamous World Cup 2010 clash between Fabian’s homeland, Germany, and England, when Frank Lampard’s “goal” was ruled out with the score at 2-1. Fabian’s video shows conclusively that the ball did cross the line, but Germany went on to win 4-1. We’re looking forward to seeing what moments he’ll be recreating from this year’s Euros! To keep up to date with all his latest videos visit www.bricksports.de or subscribe to his YouTube channel.