After last week’s top goals of the week poll was happily hijacked by Poland (Legia’sÂ Rafal Wolski claiming an enormousÂ 19,945 votes), this week Serbs, Scots, Algerians, Malaysians, Aussies and Mexicans all have the chance to back golazos from their neck of the woods.
But we start with one of the glitziest, high-profile goals of the season as KPB swelled his fabulous goals collection with a solo stunner against Barcelona in the Champions League.
Staying with European greats, Red Star Belgrade -Â also known in asÂ Crvena Zvezda – got their name up in lights courtesy of a wonderful backheel, while the French second division supplied a jaw-dropping solo stunner on Friday night.Â Solo stunners kept on coming on Saturday, as a CelticÂ teenager became an instant viral sensation scoring on debut against St Mirren.
The halfway point in the list is shared by two volleys; a rasping half-volley from the Bundesliga and a wonderful overhead effort from the Algerian top flight.
Our youngest goalscorer in the top 10 appears at spot seven as a 17-year-oldÂ Malaysian crashed home a howitzer. That’s followed by another unstoppable long ranger from Down Under at number eight.
That leaves two; arguably the goal of theÂ seasonÂ in Spain at nine, while a twinkle-toes solo special from the Mexican play-offs close our offering.
As always, you can get involved by voting at the bottom of this post.
Otherwise you know the drill:Â sit back and enjoy!
1.Â Kevin Prince Boateng (AC Milan v Barcelona, November 23, 2011)
2.Â Bruno Mezenga (Crvena Zvezda v Smederevo, November 23, 2011)
3.Â Yohann Eudeline (2) (Sedan v Laval, November 25, 2011)
4.Â Dylan McGeouch (Celtic v St Mirren, November 26, 2011)
5.Â Jan Schlaudraff (Hannover v Hamburg, November 26, 2011)
6.Â Salif Hanifi (Saida vÂ Kabylie, November 26, 2011)
7.Â Nazmi Faiz Mansor (Malaysia U23 v Bahrain U23, November 27, 2011)
8.Â Tim Brown (Wellington Pheonix v Sydney CF, November 27, 2011)
9.Â Inigo Martinez (Real Sociedad v Real Betis, November 27, 2011)
10.Â Damian Alvarez (Tigres v Pachuca, November 27, 2011)
NarrowlyÂ missed: Robin van Persie (Alex Song assist),Â Daniel Pancu, Bruno Mezenge Gonzalo Higuain,Â Rui Sampaio, Wesley Vanbelle, Rabeaa Sefiani, Pablo Barrientos,Â Luis Seijas,Â Naldo, Ignacio Scocco, Adrian Mutu, Josip Ilicic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.