Another week has passed, and in a week in which players were turning out for both club and country there were some fabulous goals to boot.
Outside the goals of the week themselves, it was a historic week in the MLS as the New York Red Bull’s keeper, Danny Cepero, became the first number 1 in the history of the league to get himself on the scoresheet.
Hats off too to the Austrian T-Mobile Bundesliga for showcasing what will undoubtedly be one of the most bizarre games of the season, in which Strum Graz took a 5-goal lead into the break away at Mattersburg, only to win the game 6-5 after an incredible second 45. (The match highlights can be seen here.)
But back to the agenda. And as always on a Monday afternoon, all we ask is that you sit back and enjoy!
1. Aaron Ramsey (v England U21, Oct. 14, 2008) (0.35 minutes in)
2. Mario Balotelli (v Israel U21, Oct. 15, 2008)
3. Oscar Gobern (v Southampton reverses, Oct. 15, 2008) (first goal on the video)
4. Andrei Arshavin (v Finland, Oct. 15, 2008)
5. Milos Krasic (v Austria, Oct. 15, 2008)
6. Steven Gerrard (v Belarus, Oct. 15, 2008)
7. Jaroslaw Lato (v Cracovia Krakow, Oct. 17, 2008)
8. Amr Zaki (v Liverpool, Oct. 18, 2008)
9. Juliano Belletti (v Middlesbrough, Oct. 18, 2008)
10. Michel Bastos (v Lyon, Oct. 18, 2008)
11. Yoann Gourcoff (v Toulouse, Oct. 18, 2008)
12. Arda Turan (v Trabzonspor, Oct. 19, 2008)
13. Victor Obinna (v Roma, Oct. 19, 2008)
Narrowly missing out on this week’s list were the following goalscorers: Bajram Sadrijaj, Thierry Henry, Ali Gerba (first goal on the video), Per Trochowski, Juan Sebastian Veron, Simao Sabrosa, Paddy McCourt, Dejan Stankovic, and Samuel Etoâ€™o.