Watching match highlights is what every football fan will love to do on their spare time and especially if it is a goals package. So here is a compilation of such a list to bring out what we thought was the best 5 goals across Europe this week.
There was once again some crazy goals including stunning free-kicks, individual skills and team plays.
Cristian Eriksen – Ajax
It is always a joy to watch Eriksen and the starlet scored a lovely solo goal against RKC Waalwijk to help his side to a 2-0 victory. He’s said this week he doesn’t want to sign a new deal with Ajax, so the majority of top European clubs will be watching him closely. It’s thought he’s already weighing up options in England, Spain and Italy.
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Mario Balotelli – AC Milan
Super Mario does it again. This time from a dead ball situation and what a strike it was. Balotelli’s goal proved to be the difference as Milan won the match 2-1 against Parma on Friday. The Italian has has already announced his arrival in style, he has scored 4 goals in 3 matches for Milan.
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Francesco Totti – Roma
Francesco Totti has still got it. The Roman artist, who restores romance in football has done it once again helping his side beat the mighty Juventus 1-0. This means the title race at the top of Serie A is not over as second placed Napoli are just 4 points behind.
The shot that Totti struck was clocked at 113 km/h and the distance is 23 meters. Francesco Totti has now scored 224 goals in Serie A and just a goal behind Gunnar Nordahl, who is second-placed in the all-time top scorers list in Serie A.
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Lionel Messi – Barcelona
It is rare that the little Argentine misses out on such a list isin’t? Messi scored another brilliant free-kick to help his side overcome an 1-0 deficit and win the game 2-1. With that goal Lionel Messi takes his Barcelona goal tally to 301 in just 365 games.
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José Enrique – Liverpool
The credit goes to Enrique for his final touch of the ball which landed in the goal but the actual credit goes to Liverpool for this amazing team goal. The goal had Barcelona-esque quality written all over it. A well worked team goal from the Reds against Swansea.
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