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Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week (ft Bigirimana, Totti, Samaras, Johnson, Arango & Falcao)
- December 11, 2012
Here we go again!
Our top 10 kicks off with a top-draw curler from last week’s MNF in the Premier League, and we stay in Blighty with goal number two which shot down Man United in the Champions League.
A stunning free-kick from Belgium, a terrific long-ranger from Italy, and a wonderful team attack from Scotland carry us to the halfway point in the top 10.
International football comes into view with a world-class volley from the Cedars, a Cantona-esque chipped golazo from Holland appears at seven, while we return to England for a left-footed belter at eight.
That leaves two: a 44-yard lob from the Bundesliga and then Radamel Falcao’s best goal as he scored five against Depor on Sunda night.
As always voting can be found at the bottom of the post.
1. Gael Bigirimana (Newcastle v Wigan, December 3, 2012)
2. Luis Alberto (Manchester United v CFR Cluj, December 5, 2012)
3. Maor Buzaglo (Standard Liege v Charleroi, December 7, 2012)
4. Francesco Totti (Roma v Fiorentina, December 8, 2012)
5. Georgios Samaras (Kilmarnock v Celtic, December 8, 2012)
6. Adnan Haidar (Oman v Lebanon, December 8, 2012)
7. Rajiv Van La Parra (Heerenveen v Roda, December 9, 2012)
8. Glen Johnson (West Ham v Liverpool, December 9, 2012)
9. Juan Arango (Monchengladbach v Mainz, December 9, 2012)
10. Radamel Falcao (2) (Atletico Madrid v Deportivo La Coruna, December 9, 2012)
Narrowly missed: Igor Picusciac, Aron Johannsson, Jordan Ibe, Duda, Kaka, Toshihiro Aoyama, Rashad Sadigov, Frank Feltscher, Adam Johnson, Mesut Ozil, Guus Hupperts, Carlos Sanchez, Matias Vecino, Romain Alessandrini & Elyaniv Barda.