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Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week (ft. Larsson, Hazard, Deulofeu, Inler & Matic)
Our top goals list begins with a bang this week with a goal from the halfway-line from international youth football.
Staying amongst football’s lessor lights is a sensational solo goal from Ligue 2 at position two, before the Premier League rolls into focus with a belter from the Stadium of Light.
A wonderstrike from Belgium’s biggest talent arrives at four, while a South Korea star carrying his own country’s huge expectations claimed a cracker at five.
Barcelona’s ‘next Iniesta’ showed extreme control in a dazzling goal at six, a ridonkulous goal from distance forced it’s way in at seven, followed by the most acrobatic goal of the week from Ligue 1.
That leaves two: a Swiss star hammers a beauty in Italy at nine, while the goal of the weekend in Portugal closes up our offering.
Enjoy the goals & vote for your favourite in the poll below.
1. Nikita Korzun (Belgium U18 v Belarus U18, January 10, 2013)
2. Gilbert Imbula Wanga (Le Havre v Guingamp, January 11, 2013)
3. Seb Larsson (Sunderland v West Ham, January 12, 2013)
4. Eden Hazard (Stoke v Chelsea, January 12, 2013)
5. Son Heung-Min (Hamburg v Austria Vienna, January 12, 2013)
6. Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona B v Xerez, January 12, 2013)
7. Carlos Bacca (Club Brugge v Feyenoord, January 12, 2013)
8. Ilan (Reims v Bastia, January 13, 2013)
9. Gokhan Inler (Napoli v Palermo, January 13, 2013)
10. Nemanja Matic (Benfica v Porto, January 13, 2013)
Narrowly missed: Artur Miranyan, Memphis Depay, Balint Bajner, Tino Costa, Artur Miranyan, Sebastian Giovinco, Rodrigo Dias, Serge Aurier, Christian Gimenez, Elder, Thiago Alcantara, Valentin Eysseric, Andrea Gasbarroni & Josef Martinez.
- Updated: January 14, 2013