This week’s sucker of the week is Ajax’sÂ temperamental Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez, who found himself on the receiving end of a horrible decision at Feyenoord on Sunday.
Diving, as we all know, its part and parcel of modern football and sometimes strikers find themselves morphed into the boy who cried wolf. That seemed to be the situation at the De Kuip Stadium at the weekend when Suarez, the Ereidivsie’s top goalscorer, went down under a challenge from Stefan de Vrij in the box when replays showed the forward was unquestionable hacked at.
Despite the referee being 7-yards from the incident Suarez was given nothing, and the striker made his feelings well known the viewers at home as he trundled down the tunnel at full-time.
Ono the list, where its another fantastic collection of crackers. How goal 1 ended up in the net is amazing, while goal 2 is a howitzer that rolled back the years for an ex-Gunner.
Goals 3 satisfied the acrobats, the assist of the season makes goal 4, while a lovely lob accounts for number 5.
A wonderful jinking run can be seen at position 6, a solo stunner is at 7, a brilliant backheel is at 8, while 9 is another bullet from distance and goal 10 could be a career defining moment.
As always, sit back and enjoy!
1. Bojan Bozovic (Cercle Brugge v Anderlecht, Jan. 26, 2010)
2. Giovanni van Bronckhorst (PSV v Feyenoord, Jan. 27, 2010)
3. Mbark Boussoufa (Germinal Beerschot v Anderlecht, Jan. 29, 2010)
4. Karim Benzema (assist Guti) (Deportivo La Coruna, Real Madrid, Jan. 30, 2010)
5. Danny Welbeck (Preston v Ipswich, Jan. 30, 2010)
6. Karim Ait Fana (Montpellier v Marseille, Jan. 30, 2010)
7. Javier Hernandez (Chivas v Tecos Estudiantes, Jan. 30, 2010)
8. Stefano Okaka (Roma v Siena, Jan. 31, 2010)
9. Angel Lafita (Tenerife v Zaragoza, Jan. 31, 2010)
10. Nani (Arsenal v Manchester United, Jan. 31, 2010)
Narrowly missing this week’s list were goals from Mohamed Zidan, Sergio Canales, Carlos Tevez, Lucio (23 seconds in), Paulo Cesar, Per Trochowski, Edin Dzeko, Obinna Nsofor, Engin Baytar, Steve Davis, Steven Fletcher, Juan Roman Riquelme, John Arne Riise, Alvaro Negrado, Carlos Calvo and Emmanuel Adebayor.