- Golazo! Everton’s Ryan Ledson scores Ronaldinhoesque 45m free kick for England U18s! [Video]
- Jose Mourinho responds to ‘Dr’ Sergio Ramos: ‘I don’t think he has a Masters in Medicine’
- Golazo! Atletico Madrid’s Koke records brother Borja Resurrección scoring 30m free-kick [Video]
- Road Rage! Cristiano Ronaldo beeps Jese in his Rolls Royce for stopping in middle of road [Video]
- Manchester United doubting whether to buy Radamel Falcao due to recurring injuries [Figaro]
Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week
You can almost feel the 2012/2013 season clicking into gear with this week’s list and of course there is also a smattering of London 2012 goodness thrown in as well.
A pre-season goal against the Gunners kicks things off, followed by a goalkeeper’s crafty free-kick and then a long ranger from the Women’s football at the Olympics.
Gaston Ramirez, a reported Liverpool target, chips in with Goal 4, also from the Olympics, followed by two pre-season belters from a Celtic schemer and a Crystal Palace star.
One of the most underrated set-piece takers in the Premier League comes in at Goal 7 and the best named player on the list (and perhaps anywhere in football) scored Goal 8 before the Neymar show against Belarus accounts for the final two contenders.
Sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to have a cheeky vote!
1. Mohamad Azmi Muslim (Malaysian XI v Arsenal, July 24, 2012)
2. Ivan Vazquez Mellado (Queretaro v Correcaminos UAT, July 25, 2012)
3. Portia Modise (South Africa women v Sweden, July 25, 2012)
4. Gaston Ramirez (Uruguay v UAE, July 26, 2012)
5. Kris Commons (Celtic v Inter Milan, July 28, 2012)
6. Stuart O’Keefe (Aldershot v Crystal Palace, July 28, 2012)
7. Ryan Taylor (Braga v Newcastle, July 28, 2012)
8. Gilles Yapi Yapo (Grasshopper v Basel, July 28, 2012)
9. Neymar (Brazil v Belarus, July 29, 2012)
10. Oscar (Neymar backheel assist) (Brazil v Belarus, July 29, 2012)
Narrowly missed: Walter Gargano, Mugurel Buga, Patricio Troncoso, Lima Lobos, Gaetane Thiney, Carli Lloyd, Andre Luis (Rildo assist), Marquinhos, Rafael Toloi, Gonzalo Barriga, Carlos Pena, Carlos Pena (2), Ngoc Duy Nguyen, Nautico & Lasse Rise.
- Updated: July 30, 2012