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Top 12 Goals of the Week (Ft. Ronaldinho, Neymar, Lowton, Higuain, Eriksen, Gnabry & Aguero)
- April 9, 2013
This is seriously some list!
We have been forced to move from our usual top 10 goals of the week to 12 and it could easily have been 20.
It kicks off with two Golacos from Brazil and continues with a slalom special from arguably the best player currently plying his trade in Argentina.
Then Bastian Schweinsteiger pops up with a back heel that won the Bundesliga followed by what could go on to become the Premier League goal of the season.
Gonzalo Higuain keeps things moving with a wonder volley, followed by two great goals from Serie A and then another Danish Ajax howitzer.
We close with Monday’s Golazos and all three are brilliant!
Good luck choosing the Goal of the Week in or poll below!
1. Ronaldinho (Atletico Mineiro v Arsenal Sarandi, April 3, 2013)
2. Neymar (Santos v Sao Caetano, April 4, 2013)
3. Ignacio Scocco (Newell’s Old Boys v Deportivo Lara, April 4, 2013)
4. Bastian Schweinsteiger (Eintracht Frankfurt v Bayern Munich, April 6, 2013)
5. Matt Lowton (Stoke v Aston Villa, April 6, 2013)
6. Gonzalo Higuain (Real Madrid v Levante, April 6, 2013)
7. Antonio Di Natale (Chievo v Udinese, April 7, 2013)
8. Josip Ilicic (Sampdoria v Palermo, April 7, 2013)
9. Christian Eriksen (Ajax v Heracles, April 7, 2013)
10. Hernanes (Roma v Lazio, April 8, 2013)
11. Serge Gnabry (Liverpool U21s v Arsenal U21s, April 8, 2013)
12. Sergio Aguero (Manchester United v Manchester City, April 8, 2013)
Narrowly missed: Abiola Dauda, Leo Itaperuna, Ameka Oguwike, Alecsandro, Élodie Thomis, Cristaldo, Faiz Subri, Didier Drogba, Emmanuel Cascione, Janos Lazok, Piti, Mark van Bommel, Luke Murphy, Igors Kozlovs, Ladislav Krejčí, Vladimir Polevoy, Micheal de Leeuw, Loic Remy, Shaun Maloney, Salih Ucan, Maxi Biancucchi, Carlos Muñoz, Morten Vadla, Dángelo Artiaga & Krisztian Adorjan.