James Rodríguez continues to be one of the world’s most electric goal scorers. Today he answered an Athletic Bilbao equalizer with a stunning, unstoppable strike that once again produced an animalistic scream from beIN analyst Ray Hudson.
Ricardinho is a Portuguese futsal player and also apparently a real actual wizard. He scored this wondergoal on Serbia at the European Championships yesterday, and oh man is it pretty.
Yes, this is video of Jamie Vardy—who, despite all odds is still the Premier League’s leading scorer—sizing up a visionary pass by Riyad Mahrez—still one of the most dangerous players in all of England—and instead of doing the sensible thing and taking a touch to figure out what to do next, straight banging the ball…
We can’t imagine PSG’s Ángel di María heard about Dele Alli’s wondergoal earlier today, but if he did this is a fitting response. Dare we say di María learned it from Zlatan?
Is this the goal of the season? It might be, as Dele Alli scored an absolutely incredible golazo that has us searching for words.
Barcelona found themselves in a real battle today at Málaga, but it was the hero himself, Lionel Messi, who once again came through in the clutch as the Argentine brought Ray Hudson to yet another orgasmic climax with an unstoppable volley.
What’s more impressive about this goal that opened Sevilla’s scoring on Málaga today: the Adil Rami pass, or Kevin Gameiro’s finish? We’re fond of both parts.
After a John Terry own goal gave Everton a 1-0 lead at Stamford Bridge, the Toffees scored one for themselves on a terrific half-volley from Kevin Mirallas off a, perhaps, sub-optimal cross by Leighton Baines. No matter; it only allowed Mirallas the opportunity to show up marvelous control.
Southampton took an early 1-0 lead on West Brom with a fifth-minute free kick from James Ward-Prowse that Boaz Myhill found absolutely unstoppable.
Liverpool are hosting Arsenal in the Premier League right now, and it already feels like a classic. There have been four goals in the first 25 minutes, and it’s tied at two. The best one, though, was this here golazo from Liverpool striker Firmino, which is very sexy indeed, and already his second on the day.
Really good soccer teens at East Fukuoka.
Lee Holmes delivered a goal direct from a corner during first-half stoppage time to give the fourth-division squad a 2-1 lead over Liverpool headed into the half. It’s a strike that most competent keepers would have punched away, but Liverpool’s Adam Bogdan is having another one of his patented awful appearances.
Everton are putting Spurs where they belong (in the dang garbage) today (at least through the first 25 minutes of the game) at Goodison Park, thanks to this nifty little combination between Lukaku and Lennon.
Technically this little flick didn’t quite come off the way Neymar intended, but he definitely meant for that ridiculous touch to redirect into Luis Suárez’s path, and holy shit, can you imagine having such otherworldly talent that even when your unbelievably audacious moves don’t work exactly right, they still end up…
2015 was a year of muchos golazos here, with outstanding goals being scored at the Women’s World Cup, Champions League, Euro 2016 qualifiers, domestic play, and more. These are some of our favorites:
Every season, Arsenal are good for two or three of these kind of flowing, intricate, one-touch passing moves that end with the ball in the back of the net and a huge grin on your face. This time, it was Olivier Giroud providing the sick flick-on and Mesut Özil, who is absolutely unstoppable right now, finishing it off.
Southampton took a 1-0 lead on Arsenal in tonight’s late EPL match thanks to a hammer strike from Cuco Martina, who beat Petr Cech with this stunner that elicited the proper response from Andrés Cantor:
Empoli’s Massimo Maccarone is really old. At 36 years old, you imagine the mere act of getting up in the morning, heading to the stadium, going through warmups, and playing a grueling match has to wear on him. So far be it from anyone to judge him for celebrating his overcoming of the odds—not only has he whipped his…
Just look at Mathieu Flamini’s face here. Sure, his mouth is like that since he’s worried Yaya Touré’s shot might hit the back of the net, but he’s also gotta be like “Daaaamn, that’s the sweetest stroke I’ve ever seen.” Check this out:
PSG are a whopping 19 points clear atop the Ligue 1 table, thanks to Zlatan kinda yawning his way into thunderbolts like this.