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Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week
Let’s get straight to it.
Frank Lampard’s exquisite pass at the Nou Camp lead to the first goal in our top ten, and Europe’s premier cup competitions churned out a second fabulous strike on Thursday night as the Rojiblancos booked their place in the Europa League final.
Wigan’s fourth goal in their rout of Newcastle occupies spot three on our list, whilst we stay in the Premier League at number four where we find another goal of the season contender from Liverpool.
As we reach the halfway point in our top ten we find a scissors-kick from Argentina and an MLS goal straight from a corner, and the freak golazos continue at number seven with the goal of the weekend from Scandinavia.
That leaves three: a picture-perfect free-kick from White Hart Lane at eight, Lionel Messi turns provider at number nine, and finally an exquisite team move and finish from the Clasico in Chile from Sunday night.
If you think we’ve missed a goal please let us know in the comments below, whilst voting for your favourite can be made at the bottom of this post.
Aside from that, just sit back & enjoy!
1. Ramires (Barcelona v Chelsea, April 24, 2012)
2. Adrian (Valencia v Atletico Madrid, April 26, 2012)
3. Franco Di Santo (Wigan v Newcastle, April 28, 2012)
4. Luis Suarez (3) (Norwich v Liverpool, April 28, 2012)
5. Santiago Silva (Boca Juniors v Colon, April 28, 2012)
6. Marco Pappa (Seattle Sounders v Chicago Fire, April 28, 2012)
7. Thomas Sorensen (HB Koge v AC Horsens, April 29, 2012)
8. Kyle Walker (Tottenham v Blackburn, April 29, 2012)
9. Seydou Keita (Lionel Messi assist) (Rayo Vallecano v Barcelona, April 29, 2012)
10. Angelo Henriquez (Universidad de Chile v Colo Colo, April 29, 2012)
Narrowly missing: Santi Carzola, Rade Prica, Marek Hamsik, Samuel Eto’o, Marcos Pizzelli, Edinson Cavani, Lisandro Lopez, Mirko Vucinic, Thierry Henry, Young Pyo Lee, Chris Iwelumo, Antonio Noccerino & Nolan Roux (Eden Hazard rabona assist).
- Updated: April 30, 2012