- Pep Guardiola’s sarcastic applause to his medical staff after Benatia injury [Video]
- Manchester United keeper David De Gea has said ‘Yes’ to Real Madrid [Jugones]
- Liverpool train ahead of FA Cup semi-final v Aston Villa [Video]
- Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet talks about his turnaround in form pre-Aston Villa [Video]
- Nacer Chadli and Andros Townsend captain game of Football-Tennis at Spurs training [Video]
Vote: Top 10 goals of the week
- May 14, 2012
It’s an absolute rip roaring selection of golazos this week.
Radamel Falcao’s opener in the Europa League final gets things going, swiftly followed by a classy back heel from “The Goose.”
Next up is a goal of the season contender from Japan and some classy footwork by Franck Ribery. With a great goal you won’t have seen from Brazil at 5.
Then its off to America for a trademark David Beckham free-kick and there are two more MLS goals from the weekend. A belter by Lee Nguyen against his former club and that rarest of species: a headed goal from outside the box by Sebastian Miranda.
The list closes out with the most important Premier League goal ever (which wasn’t included for its aesthetic beauty, although it was a fine run) and a genius dinked finish from everyone’s favourite veteran Udinese striker.
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1. Radamel Falcao (1st goal) (Altetico Madrid v Athletic Bilbao, May 9, 2012)
2. Paulo Henrique Ganso (Santos v Bolivar, May 10, 2012)
3. Toshihiro Aoyama (Sanfrece Hiroshima v Yokohama F. Marinos, May 12, 2012)
4. Franck Ribery (Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich, May 12, 2012)
5. Somalia (Ponte Preta v Sao Paulo, May 12, 2012)
6. David Beckham (Montreal Impact v LA Galaxy, May 12, 2012)
7. Lee Nguyen (New England Revolution v Vancouver Whitecaps, May 12, 2012)
8. Sebastian Miranda (Columbus Crew v FC Dallas, May 12, 2012)
9. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City v QPR, May 13, 2012)
10. Antonio Di Natale (Catania v Udinese, May 13, 2012)
Narrowly missed: Fernando Mosquera, Radamel Falcao (second goal v Bilbao), Juan Roman Riquelme, Nilton, Mustafa Dana, Junior Fernandes, Chris Rene Aase, Nir Biton, Vasili Maftei, Renzo Sheput, Carlos Sanchez, Avi Knafo, Neymar, Erik Mjelde & Mariano Pavone.