Vote: Top 10 Goals of the Week (ft Valbuena, Ibrahimovic, Ozbiliz, Lincoln & Sow)
- November 20, 2012
International football contributed the opening six goals in this week’s goals of the week.
That included a American volley, a French solo special, a Qatari long range rocket, that wonder-goal from Zlatan, a wonderful end-to-end attack from Armenia, and one of the sweetest volleys of the season from Nigeria.
When domestic football returned last weekend we were supplied with a terrific solo effort from the Bundesliga, a sensational balls-never-touched-the-ground goal from Brazil, an acrobatic overhead from Turkey and lastly a lazer-beamed bullet from the Premier League.
As always voting can be found at the bottom of the post.
1. Michael Bradley (Russia v United States, November 14, 2012)
2. Mathieu Valbuena (Italy v France, November 14, 2012)
3. Sebastian Soria (Qatar v Lebanon, November 14, 2012)
4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden v England, November 14, 2012)
5. Aras Ozbiliz (Armenia v Lithuania, November 14, 2012)
6. Nosa Igiebor (Venezuela v Nigeria, November 14, 2012)
7. Andre Schurrle (Bayer Leverkusen v Schalke, November 17, 2012)
8. Lincoln (Coritiba v Vasco, November 17, 2012)
9. Moussa Sow (Eskisehirspor v Fenerbahce, November 17, 2012)
10. Stephane Sessegnon (Fulham v Sunderland, November 17, 2012)
Narrowly missing: Hamady Ahmad, Ludovic Obraniak, Neymar, Collins Mbesuma, Kiros, Dmitri Kombarov, Romario Benzar, Patricio Rodriguez, Dong-Gook Lee, Derk Boerrigter, Oscar Rojas, Alen Halilovic, Alemao, Alberto Gilardino, Lerin Duarte, Ronaldinho & Stanislav Genchev.
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