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Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week (Ft. Samaras, Jerome, Walcott, Suarez & Moutinho)
- Updated: January 1, 2013
Happy New Year and welcome to 2013!
The last week of 2012, as ever, featured plenty of wonder goals – the majority of which came from England with the brutal schedule of games entertaining supporters during the festive season.
We kick off with Jon Walters’ acrobatic goal v Liverpool and an overhead kick from Celtic hitman Georgios Samaras.
The list continues with the gloriously named Max Power, a Paolo Di Canio-esque Golazo and then a cracker from Australia.
Cameron Jerome then pops up with a wonder goal that secured Stoke a point at home to Southampton, with number seven a solo special from the SPL.
We round up with three famous names. Theo Walcott’s excellent third in Arsenal’s rout of Newcastle, Luis Suarez’s evisceration of Clint Hill and finally a quality strike from Joao Moutinho.
Enjoy the goals below. And don’t forget to vote in our poll.
1. Jon Walters (Stoke v Liverpool, December 26, 2012)
2. Georgios Samaras (Dundee v Celtic, December 26, 2012)
3. Max Power (Tranmere v Crewe, December 26, 2012)
4. Ronald Vargas (Anderlecht v Lierse, December 27, 2012)
5. Marco Rojas (2) (Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets, December 28, 2012)
6. Cameron Jerome (Stoke v Southampton, December 29, 2012)
7. Henrik Ojamaa (Motherwell v Kilmarnock, December 29, 2012)
8. Theo Walcott (3) (Arsenal v Newcastle, December 29, 2012)
9. Luis Suarez (1) (QPR v Liverpool, December 30, 2012)
10. Joao Moutinho (Estoril v Porto, December 30, 2012)