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Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week
- October 2, 2012
The list below is simply outstanding.
If it was a goal of the season list you would hardly be surprised. It kicks off with a flying back heel, then one of the most under rated back heel goals for some time followed by the free-kick routine that is turning up on every football website going.
Then we have probably the goal of the season in Russia, a stunning volley and a scorpion kick goal.
The seventh goal on the list below features a rainbow flick, then Thierry Henry pops up with a picture perfect lob and we close out with a 50-yard lob volley and an awesome outside-of-the boot finish from another talented Belgian.
If you haven’t seen any of the goals below, get clicking. And some of the narrowly missed aren’t bad either!
1. Romain Alessandrini (Rennes v Nancy, September 25, 2012)
2. Pavel Pogrebnyak (QPR v Reading, September 26, 2012)
3. Andrija Zivkovic (Serbia v Moldova, September 27, 2012)
4. Martin Jiranek (Grozny v Terek, September 29, 2012)
5. Demba Ba (Reading v Newcastle, September 29, 2012)
6. Willian (Chernomorets v Metalist, September 29, 2012)
7. Aleksander Litvinenko (FC Alushta Krym U15 v Kirovograd, September 29, 2012)
8. Thierry Henry (New York Red Bulls v Toronto FC, September 29, 2012)
9. Fabrizio Miccoli (Palermo v Chievo, September 30, 2012)
10. Dries Mertens (VVV v PSV, September 30, 2012)
Narrowly missed: Fatih Sen, Anderson, Lucas Ocampos, Guiem Vallori, Pedro Larrea, Demetre Mitchell, Founeke Sy, Hasan Kabze, Guillermo Farre, Alex Alves, Abdulrahman Al-Qahtani, Ryan Johnson, Steven Thompson, Kennedy Bakircioglu, Jozy Altidore, Tarantini, Fred, Junior Maranhao, Adel Taarabt & Stefanos Athanasiadis.