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♪ i just ran i ran all night and day ♪ it was a beautiful day on the pi 2ear-old boy decided to run. and he ran. he ran so far away. >> at least until mom caught up with him. our own will ganss is here with more on that. hey, will. >> reporter: yeah. morgan tucker from outside cincinnati, ohio, tells me her son, zaydek, has always been an energetic kiddo, learning to walk at 7 months. but these days he is running right into the middle of major league games. as any ted lasso fan knows -- look at the bottom left-hand side of your screen, that's not danny rojas. that's a 2-year-old superfan crashing the pitch. that's his mom, hot on his heels. this video racking up 8 million views. morgan tucker says her son,
zaydek, was enjoying the f.c. cincy game in ohio, versus orlando. >> he was just hanging out with us, eat something popcorn, enjoyed it. >> reporter: zaydek wasn't thrilled when game play switched to the far end of the field. >> he went under the gate. i was like, oh, my god. i tried to grab his shirt. and i like missed. so then i had to hop over the gate. and my instinct was just to run out and get him. >> reporter: a photo journalist sam green capturing the breakaway on camera. the 2-year-old grinning ear-to-ear, even after mom caught up with him. >> he was laughing, laughing the whole time. >> reporter: what was going through your mind? >> honestly, the adrenaline was so much i don't even remember. i had to ask my friend, did i go under the gate, too? she was like, no, you hurdle it. i was like, oh. >> reporter: zaydek and mom making it back to their seats to enjoy the rest of the game. >> security came up to me. i was a little nervous.
i was like, i'm so sorry. they were like, no, no. we want to make sure you're okay. >> reporter: thankfully, no one injured. >> everybody was cheering and clapping. it was insane. and people were saying, it's the baby. it's the baby! can we get our picture with him? >> reporter: so, what's next for zaydek? >> he can start playing soccer when he is 3. we have already talked about it. >> reporter: the only player in his league that has experience on an mls actual field. >> oh, for sure. for sure. he is coming with talent. >> morgan says she can't wait until zaydek is a little older and can appreciate this wild story. for now, the little guy is thrilled. he was given the game ball after that stellar performance on that field, you guys. >> did you see the legs on him? and mom. >> both of them should be recruited. they got some speed. >> the way she just like slid like it was -- she was going into second base and then swooped him up. >> oh, yeah. >> it cracks me up. he was laughing the whole time. >> security was cool about it. check on the kid.
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london. the famed tower bridge had a hiccup, when the arms were stuck in the up position. through the river thames. >> a technical failure was to blame. vehicles and pedestrians were backed up for hours. >> remember, this is a 127-year-old drawbridge. it opens up about 800 times a year to allow large ships to pass. it's an elaborate operation, that passage requests require at least 24-hour notice. you have to give a heads-up. >> it's a little old. had a little arthritis in its drawbridge. >> you know what, but it works. it's slow, but it works. now, to eastern europe where dozens of couples participated in a true test of team work. >> this happened in hungary, where 40 married couples competed at the top spot for the second-annual wife carrying contest. >> the sport requires a husband to carry his wife through a perilous obstacle course that's riddled with pools of mud as
well as strategically faced bricks of hay. >> the origins of the sport is rooted in ancient viking culture. and finally, to a turtle who is finally out of her shell. >> this happened when a laggerhead turtle named stitch finally released into the sea near tel aviv after spending nine months in rehabilitation. look at the crowd cheer. >> i know. the crowd was cheering now that the healthy sea turtle crawled back to the water. >> after that much time in captivity, that level of praise was turtling deserved. >> slow and steady always wins the race, right? >> nine months. beautiful weather there, too. got your fans. go, go, go. this could be an olympic sport. >> it really should, because at the turtle. where is the hare? i need to see the hare. >> slow and steady wins the race. hopefully this guy is living his best life out there. >> it sure does.
kelly and ryan! today, actress, writer, and stand-up comic, whitney cummings! and, chef melba wilson is here to help us kick off our series "back in business: restaurant food made easy." plus, we'll meet a texas mom and her 13-year-old life-saving son! also, actress and author ali wentworth joins ryan at the co-host desk. all next, on live! and now, here are ryan seacrest and ali wentworth! the famous ali wentworth! hi! -hi, hi. -oh, it's great to see you again! -are we allowed to kiss? -nope. -we get in trouble for it every time. -oh, gosh, sorry. -edit the kiss out. -yeah, get rid of that. uh, monday, august 9th. filling in for kelly today is ali wentworth. ewhe-or as my mother calls you, "a real pistol."