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Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week (ft. Modric, Suarez, Diouf & Hazard)
World football was flush with golazos over the past seven days.
A beauty from Luka Modric in the Champions League got our top 10 off and running, followed by two incredible strikes from Wolfsburg players as Freiburg were mauled in the Bundesliga.
A solo cracker from Poland pops up at spot four, followed by a tremendous bicycle-kick from the MLS.
Tiki-taka skills teed up Luis Suarez at number six, an incredible long-range ripper from South Africa steps in at seven, followed by a Chelsea curler at Old Trafford last Sunday.
That leaves two: a sensational ballistic free-kick from Paraguay and a ridiculous 45-yard stunner from Argentina.
As always, please vote for your favourite goal in the poll below.
1. Luka Modric (Manchester United v Real Madrid, March 5, 2013)
2. Vieirinha (Wolfsburg v Freiburg, March 9, 2013)
3. Ivica Olic (Wolfsburg v Freiburg, March 9, 2013)
4. Przemysław Kazmierczak (Ruch Chorzow v Slask Wroclaw, March 9, 2013)
5. Hassoun Camara (Portland Timbers v Montreal Impact, March 9, 2013)
6. Luis Suarez (Liverpool v Tottenham, March 10, 2013)
7. Mor Diouf (Supersport United v Mamelodi Sundowns, March 10, 2013)
8. Eden Hazard (Manchester United v Chelsea, March 10, 2013)
9. Fidel Mino (Cerro Porteno v Deportivo Capiata, March 10, 2013)
10. Wilfredo Olivera (Argentinos v Quilmes, March 11, 2013)
Narrowly missed: Oleg Gumenyuk, Samir Garcia, Dodo, Abdullah Mousa, Hamdan Al Hamdan, Rodrigo Moreno, Jadson, Hugo Viana, Guilherme, Daigo Kobayashi, Andros Townsend, Hyeon-Chul Jeon, Gaetano D’Agostino, Yura Movsisyan, Emre, Andrius Bartkus, Artjoms Rudnevs, Raheem Sterling, Albert Dalmau & Sebastian Romero.
- Updated: March 12, 2013