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Vote: Top 15 Goals of the Week (Ft. Lewandowski, Altidore, Yaya Toure, Messi & Ronaldo)
It has been an excellent week for Golazos – so much so that we had to go with 15 instead of our usual 10.
We kick off with a wonder woman’s goal followed by the player on everyone’s lips and then a real cracking free-kick from Jozy Altidore.
In 4 we have Chelsea starlet Nathaniel Chalobah scoring one of the goals of the season, followed by a Yaya Toure cracker and then a trademark Lionel Messi wonder goal.
Nuri Sahin shows he is coming back to form at Dortmund with a long range stunner at 7 and goal eight is one of the finest solo specials we have seen all season.
In position 9, and arguably favourite for this week’s winner, is Ronaldo turning back the clock in a Maracana exhibition match before we get to six goals you probably won’t have seen but all are worth a watch.
Nicola Cosentini claims a howitzer of a volley. Huseyin Akoglu impudently knocks home a scorpion kick. Kennedy Igboananike may have scored the best overhead kick of the season.
And, Elsad Zverotic picks out the top corner in style. Thiago Neves puts his slippers on for a perfect chip. And finally, Hugo Bargas scored an overhead kick from the edge of the box.
1. Elisabeth Jeppesen (Medkila v Sanviken, April 23, 2013)
2. Robert Lewandowski (3) (Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid, April 24, 2013)
3. Jozy Altidore (2) (Heerenveen v AZ Alkmaar, April 26, 2013)
4. Nathaniel Chalobah (Leicester v Watford, April 26, 2013)
5. Yaya Toure (Manchester City v West Ham, April 27, 2013)
6. Lionel Messi (Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona, April 27, 2013)
7. Nuri Sahin (Fortuna Dusseldorf v Borussia Dortmund, April 27, 2013)
8. Khalfan Ibrahim (Al Sadd v Al Rayyan, April 27, 2013)
9. Ronaldo (Friends of Ronaldo v Friends of Bebeto, April 27, 2013)
10. Nicola Cosentini (Ekranas v Taurus, April 28, 2013)
11. Huseyin Akoglu (Nazilli v Polatli Bugsaşspor, April 28, 2013)
12. Kennedy Igboananike (AIK v Halmstad, April 28, 2013)
13. Elsad Zverotic (Young Boys v Lausanne, April 28, 2013)
14. Thiago Neves (Fluminense v Volta Redonda, April 28, 2013)
15. Hugo Bargas (Blooming v Oriente Petrolero, April 28, 2013)
Narrowly missed: Mohammed Qassim, Ko Myong-Jin, Eduardo Vargas, Renato Xavier, James O’Shea, Nolito, Elkeson, Jonathan Gonzalez, Diego Souza, Willians, Giles Barnes, Dany Olsen, Alan Zamora, Paulinho Belém, Alexandre Pato, Ron Vlaar & Jonathan Lopez.
- Updated: April 30, 2013