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Scottish Premiership: Huzzahs All Round As Steven Caulker Scores Bullet Header On Dundee Debut (Video)

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Having only signed for the club six days ago, Steven Caulker got his Dundee career off to a flying start by scoring on his debut on Tuesday night.

Unfortunately, the Dee eventually ended up on the wrong end of a 3-2 defeat against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park, but Caulker was still able to celebrate a small personal victory after hauling himself back from the brink.

Off The Mark: Philippe Coutinho Scores First Goal As Barcelona Go Waltzing Into Fifth Consecutive Copa Del Rey Final (Video)

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Philippe Coutinho broke his seal for Barcelona on Thursday night, scoring the Catalans' second goal in their 2-0 win over Valencia in the semi-finals of the Copa Del Rey.

The ex-Liverpool forward entered the arena as ahalf-time substitute and promptly took just three minutes to double Barca's lead after latching onto a cross from his old mucker Luis Suarez.

Prodigal Sub: Robin Van Persie Comes Off Bench To Score First Goal For Feyenoord In Almost Exactly 14 Years (Video)

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After emerging from the bench, it took Robin van Persie roughly 50 seconds to score the first goal of his second stint with Feyenoord,a mere 5,107 days since the last time he found the net for the Dutch club.

Van Persie was making his fourth appearancesince re-signing for his boyhood side in January when he cameon as a 78th-minute substitute in Thursday night's match against Groningen.

Flawless Technique: Roberto Baggio Rolls One In After Flummoxing Juventus ‘Keeper Edwin Van Der Sar With Aristocratic First Touch, 2001 (Video)

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If you happen to be a fan of imperious ball control, then boy do we have a treat for you courtesy of the great Roberto Baggio.

Having represented Juventus with esteem for five years earlier in his career, Baggio returned to the Delle Alpi with Brescia in April of 2001.

Paraguay: Olimpia Fan Caught By TV Cameras Celebrating Goal With Big Old Snort Of Mysterious White Powder (Video)

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Club Olimpia got theirPrimera Division campaign off to a winning start with a 2-1 away victory over Independiente on Monday night, with all three goals coming in the opening 22 minutes.

After Brian Montenegro opened the scoring for Olimpia with just six minutes on the clock, the television cameras cut to the travelling fans where one supporter was quite literally caught still gearing up for the match.

Whomp: Roma Icon Francesco Totti Scores Thunderous Freekick During ‘Legends Cup’ 5-A-Side Match (Video)

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For those of you out there wondering, we can confirm that Francesco Totti definitely still has 'it' despite retiring from football at the end of last season.

Representing Italy at the 2018 Legends Cup in Moscow, the former Roma stalwart was presented with an opportunity to flex his set-piece prowess.

Gotta Catch ‘Em All: Pikachu Marks Copa Libertadores Debut With Goal As Vasco Da Gama Trounce Chilean Opposition (Photo & Video)

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There were historic scenes in the Copa Libertadores on Wednesday night as the second round tie between Vasco da Gama and Universidad da Concepcion saw a honest-to-goodness real life Pokemon play in the tournament for the very first time.

11 Seconds And In: Christian Eriksen Scores Second Fastest Goal In Premier League History As Tottenham See Off Man Utd (Photo & Video)

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Christian Eriksen didn't hang around when opening the scoring for Tottenham against Manchester United at Wembley on Wednesday night.

Directly from kick-off, Jan Vertonghen launched a ball forward to Harry Kane, who glanced a header into the patch of Dele Alli, who farted the ball into the path of Eriksen, who tucked it past David De Gea all in the space of 11 blistering seconds.

Classic Moments: Javier Mascherano Scores His One And Only Goal For Barcelona, Six Years And Seven Months After His Debut (Video)

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After seven-and-a-half years of faithful service, Javier Mascherano is to leave Barcelona in the coming days and join Hebei Fortune over in the Chinese Super League.

Mascherano's arrival at Barca coicided with the start of an unbridled era of success, with the Argentinian defender playing his part in winning 18 various trophies for the Catalan giants.

All The Fun Of The Copa Libertadores: Oriente Striker Scores With First Touch, Climbs Into Car To Celebrate (Video)

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Bolivian side Oriente Petrolero kicked off their Copa Libertadores campaign with a decent 2-0 win over Peru's Universitario on Monday evening.

After entering the fray in the 79th minute, striker Maxi Freitas made an immediate impact by scoring Oriente's second goal with his very first touch just two minutes later.

Ligue 1: Neymar Whisps Past Six Defenders To Score Superb Solo Goal As PSG Ram Eight Past Dijon (Video)

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PSG faced scant resistance while sauntering to an 8-0 win over Dijon in Ligue 1 last night, leading to several thousand identical "cut the mustard" gags being hatched across the entire continent.

Angel Di Maria opened proceedings with a brace in the 4th and 15th-minute, before Edinson Cavani made it three with 21 minutes elapsed a goal that saw the Uruguayan notch his 156th goal for PSG and thus draw level with Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the club's all-time top scorer.

First Touch Of The Gods: Three Heavenly Minutes Of Dennis Bergkamp And His Flawless Ball Control (Video)

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Dennis Bergkamp was very good at football. He scored lots of memorable goals, won lots of trophies and even forged himself an ice-cold nickname.

He was also very good at controlling the football and particularly adept at using his body as a shield to simultaneously bring in a wayward pass on a tractor beam and then flit away from his marker in one fluid movement.

Carmarthen Town Goalkeeper Lee Idzi Scores First Welsh Premier League Goal Of 2018 From Inside His Own Penalty Area (Video)

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Unlikely as it may sound, Carmarthen Town's goalkeeper was the man to score the first Welsh Premier League goal of 2018.

The goal came on New Year's day, when Carmarthen (currently bottom of the table) travelled to Aberystwyth in desperate search of points.

After thwarting an early attack, Carmarthen stopper Lee Idzi launched the ball upfield only to see his monstrous punt go bouncing over his opposing number's head and underneath the crossbar.

Feyenoord: Teenage Striker Dylan Vente Marks Full Debut With Goal Almost Identical To One Scored By His Great-Uncle In 1937 – The First Ever At De Kuip (Video)

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The proverbial torch was passed at Feyenoord on Sunday afternoon when 18-year-old forward Dylan Vente scored on his full debut for the Eredivisie club.

Vente scored the second goal in a 7-0 walloping of local rivals Sparta Rotterdam, only his fifth ever appearance of a senior career that began in September.

Ronaldinho Nonchalantly Scores From Inside Own Half During Brazilian Exhibition Match (Video)

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While not officially retired from professional football, Ronaldinho is mainly keeping his eye in these days by playing futsal and taking part in endless exhibition matches.

On Sunday afternoon, the 37-year-old Brazilian icon turned out in a benefit match at the Pacaembu Stadium in Sao Paulo, where he once again delighted the punters with an effervescent cavalcade of skills and finesse.

Premier League: Bournemouth Hotshot Jermain Defoe Scores Outrageous First-Time Looper Against Crystal Palace (Video)

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Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe kept his incredible scoring record against Crystal Palace going at the Vitality Stadium with his third brace in a row against the Eagles.

The first came to open the scoring after 10 minutes, though the second, which came three minutes into first-half injury time, will be the one that people remember.

Brazil: Roberto Carlos Admits His Famous ‘Banana’ Freekick Against France In 1997 Was A Wind-Assisted Fluke

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Like arriving at the stark realisation that the middle-aged man doling out Kinder Eggs and cuddles in the back of his boarded up Transit van probably wasn't the Easter Bunny after all, Roberto Carlos has delivered a thundering hammer blow to Pies' already faltering grasp of all we assume to be true.

Champions League: Antoine Griezmann Scores Belting Overhead Kick As Atletico Madrid Keep Faint Qualification Hopes Alive (Photo & Video)

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Atletico Madrid kept their faint hopes of squeezing through to the Champions League knockout stages alive with a 2-0 win over Roma at the Metropolitano on Wednesday night.

The home side took until the 69th minute to make the break through when Antoine Griezmann dispatched Angel Correa's cut-back with a handsome overhead kick.

On This Day In 2012: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Tears Joe Hart Asunder With Phenomenal Overhead Kick Against England (Video)

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Today marks the fourth anniversary of the fateful night that Zlatan Ibrahimovic trampled roughshod over England, scoring all four goals in a mountainous performance at the epicentre of Sweden's 4-2 friendly victory in Stockholm.

England's wafer-thin side contained such luminaries as Steven Caulker, Tom Cleverly, Leon Osman, Tom Huddlestone and poor old Ryan Shawcross who, making his international debut as a late substitute, suffered miserably at the hands of a soaring Zlatan and was never called up again thereafter.

Trajectory: Marcos Asensio Rattles Home Gorgeous Half-Volley In Real Madrid’s 3-0 Win Over Las Palmas (Video)

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Real Madrid signed off for the international break with a comfortable 3-0 win over Las Palmas in which Marco Asensio added yet another scorcher to his portfolio of seemingly effortless golazos.

After Casemiro had put Los Blancos ahead just before the break, Asensio drubbed home a second shortly after the restart, driving Raul Lizoain's loose punch back past him with an exquisite half-volley into the top corner with minimal back-lift.

England Stride Into Under-17 World Cup Final Thanks To Second Successive Rhian Brewster Hat-Trick (Photos & Video)

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England's younglings are continuing to go great guns, with the Under-17s barrelling their way into a World Cup final on Wednesday afternoon.

This coming just three months after their Under-20 stablemates beat Venezuela to snare England's first World Cup honours since 1966 out in South Korea.

Europa League: Olivier Giroud Scores 84th-Minute Overhead Kick As Arsenal Squeak 1-0 Win Over Red Star Belgrade (Video)

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It took 84 minutes of featureless drudge, but a decidedly second-string Arsenal eventually made the breakthrough against Red Star Belgrade or Crvena Zvezda if you prefer to maintain their flawless start to the Europa League group stage on Thursday evening.

Four years to the very day that Olivier Giroud and Jack Wilshere combined to score that beautiful 'Wengerball' goal against Norwich, the pair were reunited and back at it amid fairly hostile conditions in Belgrade.

World Cup Qualifying: Leon Goretzka Scores Audacious Back-Heel As Germany Sign Off With 5-1 Trouncing Of Azerbaijan (Video)

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Having already sealed their place at the World Cup, holders Germany put the finishing touch on their flawless Group C qualification campaign by signing off with a tenth win in ten outings a 5-1 demolition job of Azerbaijan.

Leon Goretzka opened the scoring in style with just eight minutes on the clock, the Schalke midfielder demonstrating excellent technique to squeeze a back-heel up and into the top corner from close range.

Majestic: England Fan Provides Highlight Of The Night By ‘Scoring’ With Paper Aeroplane At Wembley (Video)

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Bored senseless by England's dreary performance against Slovenia last night, one supporter endeavoured to keep themselves entertained by making a paper aeroplane out of their match programme and sending it gliding out on the Wembley zephyrs.

However, the fan in question could have hardly hoped for a better pay-off as the aforementioned plane drifted down over the stands, with many fellow fans cottoning on and watching on eagerly as it soared majestically into the back of the net.

Tempting Fate: Cocky Goalkeeper Gets His Comeuppance In Tanzanian Local League Match (Video)

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With his side leading 1-0 and 20 minutes left to play, one Tanzanian goalkeeper decided that a bit of cocky time-wasting was in order.

After parrying a powerful freekick, the stopper began toying with the opposing striker by waiting until the last moment to pick the ball up.

Alas, the striker's reactions were just that split-second faster.

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Batshuayi nets third goal in two Dortmund games

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Berlin (AFP) – Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi, on loan from Chelsea, scored his third Bundesliga goal in two games for Borussia Dortmund on Saturday in their 2-0 home win against Hamburg.

Dortmund signed the 24-year-old for 1.5 million euros on loan for the rest of the season after selling top-scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Arsenal last month.

Batshuayi nets third goal in two Dortmund games

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Berlin (AFP) – Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi, on loan from Chelsea, scored his third Bundesliga goal in two games for Borussia Dortmund on Saturday in their 2-0 home win against Hamburg.

Dortmund signed the 24-year-old for 1.5 million euros on loan for the rest of the season after selling top-scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Arsenal last month.

Lingard beauty gives Manchester United New Year cheer

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Liverpool (AFP) – Jose Mourinho’s disappointing end to 2017 was quickly forgotten as goals from Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard earned Manchester United an impressive 2-0 victory against Everton at Goodison Park on Monday.

The New Year’s Day win lifted United back into second place in the table, above Chelsea and, for 24 hours at least, to within 12 points of runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City.

No stopping goal machine Salah, says Klopp

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Liverpool (AFP) – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes winger Mohamed Salah can maintain his incredible goalscoring form for the rest of the season.

The Egypt international has netted 23 times for Liverpool in all competitions, equalling a club record set by Roger Hunt in 1961/62 for most goals in a campaign before the turn of the year.

No stopping goal machine Salah, says Klopp

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Liverpool (AFP) – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes winger Mohamed Salah can maintain his incredible goalscoring form for the rest of the season.

The Egypt international has netted 23 times for Liverpool in all competitions, equalling a club record set by Roger Hunt in 1961/62 for most goals in a campaign before the turn of the year.

Lewandowski strikes as Bayern open nine-point gap

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Berlin (AFP) – Robert Lewandowski bagged his 15th goal in 16 league games as Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich went nine points clear despite struggling to beat bottom side Cologne 1-0 on Wednesday.

The Poland hot-shot has failed to score in only four of Bayern’s league matches this season and has netted 21 goals in all competitions.

Lewandowski strikes as Bayern open nine-point gap

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Berlin (AFP) – Robert Lewandowski bagged his 15th goal in 16 league games as Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich went nine points clear despite struggling to beat bottom side Cologne 1-0 on Wednesday.

The Poland hot-shot has failed to score in only four of Bayern’s league matches this season and has netted 21 goals in all competitions.

Monaco beaten by late Lyon thunderbolt goal

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Paris (AFP) – Nabil Fekir’s last-gasp free-kick delivered three crucial points to Lyon in Ligue 1 Friday as their captain sealed a 3-2 home win over champions Monaco.

The defeat of the second-placed southerners offers Paris Saint-Germain the chance to climb six points clear at Dijon on Saturday.

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Timbers score five goals in 4-1 victory over New York Red Bulls II

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Portland Timbers Football Club started with a largely second choice eleven against New York Red Bulls II, intending to give their reserves and bench players the bulk of the minutes in Wednesday's preseason match.

Red Bulls II started the match with a fair bit of early pressure, Ben Mines forcing Jake Gleeson into making the first save of the match.

VIDEO: RvP scores great goal for Feyenoord

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Robin van Persie returned to his boyhood club, Feyenoord, in January, and scored his first goal just minutes after coming on the pitch this week.

He scored 22 goals in 78 appearances for the club before signing for Arsenal in 2004. He made his second debut last month and had a total of just 24 minutes playing time in his opening three games.

Premier League Snapshot: Watford Striker Troy Deeney With Muted Goal Celebration After Opening Scoring Against Chelsea…

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Troy Deeney produced quite possibly the goal celebration of the season after proving the catalyst for Watford's sensational 4-1 drubbing of Chelsea at Vicarage Road on Monday evening.

Deeney opened the scoring for the Hornets just a few minutes before half-time, converting a penalty and celebrating by giving the away fans behind the goal what for.

Klopp Expects Brilliant Salah To Get Even Better

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has warned Premier League opponents Mohamed Salah can still get better despite the Egypt international's record-equalling first half of the season.

The signing of the summer, Salah took his tally to 23, matching Roger Hunt's 1961-62 club record of goals before the new year, with both goals as the Reds came from behind to beat Leicester 2-1.

SBI's Top 10 USMNT goals of 2017

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Most involved with the U.S. Men's National Team will be hoping to forget everything about 2017, and for good reason. It's a year that will be forever stained and one that will always be looked upon with scorn and disdain because of how it all went wrong.

Still, 2017 did have its bright spots and it certainly had its share of impressive USMNT goals.

Stars Break Even in California

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Stars get first win in the young season.

The Tacoma Stars hit the road for a pair of tough divisional matches. The Stars first faced the Turlock Express where they came out as 7-3 winners. On Sunday the Stars played arch rivals San Diego Sockers.

The first match on Friday night saw the Stars get out to a first quarter lead on the Express.

Philadelphia Union Academy teams go unbeaten in games against D.C. United & Loudoun SC

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The Union U19, U17 and U15 teams had a win and two draws on the road against D.C. United, the U13s and U14 a win and a draw

Jeremy Rafanello scored a pair of goals in the second half and the defense held D.C. United in check until conceding a late goal in a 2-1 win for the Philadelphia Union U19s in Upper Marlboro, Maryland last weekend.