Europa League: Michy Batshuayi Helps Himself To Another Two Goals As Dortmund Pip Atalanta (Photo & Video)

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Michy Batshuayi scored the fourth and fifth goals of his loan stint with Borussia Dortmund as the German side narrowly pipped Atalanta 3-2 in the first leg of their Europa League last-32 tie on Thursday evening.

Andre Schurrle opened the scoring for Dortmund with 30 minutes played before a lightning double fromJosip Ilicic (51′ and 56′) after the break saw Atalanta claw themselves into the lead.

North London Derby: Harry Kane Goal Decisive As Tottenham Quash Flaccid Arsenal At Wembley (Photos & Video)

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A single headed goal from Harry Kane was enough to edge Tottenham the win over rivals Arsenal in Saturday's North London Derby.

The first half was an exercise in defensive austerity, with both teams holding each other at bay for the most part.

However, that man Kane broke the deadlockless than five minutes after the restart, soaring above Laurent Koscielny to send Ben Davies' deep cross back across Petr Cech.

FA Cup: Brighton Smuggle Late Win Over Crystal Palace Thanks To Glenn Murray’s Pelvis And Timely Assist From VAR (Photos & Video)

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Brighton & Hove Albion played host to Crystal Palace in the third round of the FA Cup on Monday night, the first ever competitive English match to feature the video assistant referee (VAR) system.

At a fairly sparsely-populated AMEX Stadium (isn't this supposed to be a 'local' derby?

Premier League: Marko Arnautovic Strikes Early Against Chelsea To Secure David Moyes’ First Win As West Ham Manager (Photos & Video)

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A single goal from Marco Arnautovic with just six minutes on the clock was enough to secure West Ham their first victory in eight Premier League games and David Moyes his first victory as manager.

The big talking point before kick-off was Moyes' decision to plump for Adrian betwixt the sticks, leaving Joe Hart on the bench.

Europa League: Everton Well And Truly Eviscerated By Atalanta In Godawful 5-1 Goodison Mauling (Photos & Video)

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Everton's rudderless woes were laid bare for all to see in a truly humiliating outing at sparsely populated Goodison Park in the Europa League on Thursday evening, losing 5-1 at home to Atalanta.

The Serie A mid-tablers, playing only their second ever competitive game on British soil, went a 1-0 up inside 12 minutes only to heap the misery uponDavid Unsworth's sallow side with a late blitz, popping in goals from all angles as the Toffees defence slowly dissolved into a fine mist.

Heaven Is Five Uninterrupted Minutes Of Diego Maradona Scoring Loads Of Fantastic Goals (Video)

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Hey, you kids ever heard of Diego Maradona? Back in the 1970s and 80s, he was kind of like Lionel Messi if Lionel Messi had a predilection for acting the giddy goat and gorging himself senseless on Class A narcotics.

Undoubtedly more spontaneous and playful than Messi, the man they callThe Golden Child was the best footballer in the world and arguably the most naturally gifted player ever to take to a pitch in anger.

Raheem Sterling Sent Off After Grabbing 97th-Min Winner For Man City In 2-1 Win Over Bournemouth (Photos & Video)

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Mike Dean once again ensured he was centre stage as Man City's dramatic 2-1 win over Bournemouth ended in scenes of utter pandemonium.

Having gone behind to an early Charlie Daniels half-volley screamer, City clawed themselves back level minutes later through Gabriel Jesus.

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The match seemed destined to finish 1-1 when the board went up to inform everybody present that an extra five minutes of injury time had been tacked onto the second half.

Gylfi Sigurdsson Honks One In From 50-Yards As Everton Mosey Into Europa League Group Stage (Photo & Video)

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Everton moseyed into the Europa League group stage as a 50-yard stunner from Gylfi Sigurdsson secured a 3-1 aggregate win over Hajduk Split in the play-offs.

Making his first full start for the Toffees since his £45million move from Swansea, Sigurdsson chased down a loose ball and let rip from way out on the flank to score less than a minute after the start of the second half.

Champions League Play-Off: Hoffenheim Fan Prioritises Dental Hygiene As Liverpool Swan Into Group Stage (Photos & Video)

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Pull your shorts up young man!

The Premier League will have five teams competing in the Champions League group stage for the first time ever after Liverpool sauntered past Hoffenheim in the second leg of their play-off at Anfield last night.

After emerging from Germany with a 2-1 win in the first leg, a four-goal glut in the second ensured that Jurgen Klopp's merry band of jesters made the aggregate cut.

Random Great Goals: Crystal Palace Score Four Little Lovelies In 4-1 Win Over Wolves, 1995 (Video)

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The year was 1995, and Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers were pitted against each other in the sixth round (i.e. quarter-finals) of the FA Cup.

Wolves were the only non-Premiership side left in the competition, and defended manfully to ensure the original tie at Selhurst Park ended in a 1-1 draw.

Friendly: Lukaku And Rashford Notch Nifty Goals As Man Utd Beat Man City In Houston (Photos & Video)

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Houston's NRG Stadium played host to the first ever Manchester derby to be played on foreign soil on Thursday night, with the two sides squaring off in the International Champions Cup apropos of nothing.

For what little it's worth, United emerged victorious in front of over 67,000 fans as Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford both registered smart goals in a 2-0 win for Jose Mourinho's mob.

Monumental: Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Jimmy Greaves’ 46-Year European Scoring Record As Real Madrid Move To Within One Point Of La Liga Title

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Cristiano Ronaldo brokeJimmy Greaves' long-standing European goal-scoring record with two goals in Real Madrid's 4-1 win over Celta Vigo on Wednesday evening.

By opening the scoring with just 10 minutes on the clock, Ronaldo brought up his 367th goal in one of Europe's top five leagues, thus surpassing the overall career tally amassed by Greaves (366) in 1971, some 46 years ago.

Xherdan Shaqiri Scores Several Stonking Volleys During Switzerland Training Session (Video)

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Having not featured for Stoke since January, Xherdan Shaqiri was keen to remind folks of his existence and as such posted a couple of highlights mustered during yesterday's Switzerland training session.

With a qualifier against Latvia to limber up for, Shaqiri pulled a fewstunners out of the bag, lashing home threestonking acrobatic volleys over the course of the afternoon.

Classic Moments: Nayim Lobs David Seaman From Quite Far Out, 1995 (Video)

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It was a goal that further fed the footballing schismNorth London, bringing with it agony for the red half and unbridledjoy for the white– the latter merrily celebrating it in song for years to come.

Indeed, it was 21 years ago this very day that Arsenal's European trophy dreams were smashed by Mohammed 'Nayim' Ali Amar.

English Premier League

Guardiola hails City’s magnificent seven

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City produced the best performance of his reign in their swaggering 7-2 thrashing of Stoke City on Saturday.

Kevin De Bruyne was outstanding, producing two assists and playing a part in three more goals as City scored seven goals for the first time since Guardiola took charge in July 2016.

Jamie Vardy v. Liverpool: Un gol como un símbolo

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Es raro que un gol, solo, pueda encapsular una historia completa. Mas raro todavía es que esa historia sea tan difícil para explicar como la historia de Leicester City F.C. en la temporada 2015-2016 de la Barclay's Premier League. El 3 en el estadio King Power, el equipo local anotó este gol: Un pase.

Gareth Bale has declared that he is not seeking any immediate move

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Gareth Bale has declared that he is not seeking any immediate move away from Real Madrid since he feels happy at the club.

The Welshman's future at the Santiago Bernabeu has been an ever present speculation. Even though he has joined the club as the world record transfer, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to be seen as the number one not just at the club but across the world.

Great EPL goals 2007/2008 part 1 (high quality)

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Typical Yakubu Winning Goal v Derby

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Much travelled Nigerian striker Yakubu scored this goal which he so often scored when playing in the Premier League, he may have lost a little pace but his finishing seem's to be as good as ever as he helped Reading to a 2-1 away win against 10 man Derby to book their place in the FA Cup quarter-Finals!

Super Danny Ings Header v West Brom (Vine)

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Danny Ings gives Burnley a 2-0 lead with a super 12 yard header following a brilliant cross from George Boyd!

World Cup

Prolific: Robert Lewandowski Becomes Poland’s All-Time Top Goalscorer With Hat-Trick Against Armenia (Photos & Video)

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Bang in form, Robert Lewandowski enjoyed a productive night of national service as Poland eviscerated Armenia to the tune of 6-1 in Yerevan.

The Bayern Munich striker helped himself to a hat-trick to leave Poland needing to take just one point against Denmark in their final qualifier to book a berth at Russia 2018.

La mano de Dios: el gol y su significado

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Repost never posted as a "post," previously posted as a page Nicholas Vega; 2/23/16; Soccer Politics; Spanish Section "La mano de Dios" es el nombre del primer gol anotado en el partido entre Argentina e Inglaterra durante los cuartos de final de la Copa Mundial de Fútbol de 1986. Este gol es considerado.

Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane: A Living Legend

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Zinedine Zidane es considerado uno de los mejores futbolistas en toda la historia del deporte. Famoso por su elegancia y facilidad con el balón, no era sólo un famoso jugador francés, sino también una cara internacional para el juego del fútbol. El atleta nació en el año 1972, y comenzó a jugar al fútbol.


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Brilliant Saul Niguez Acrobatic Goal v Real Madrid (Vine)

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Saul Niguez put Atletico Madrid 2-0 up against Real in the Madrid Derby with this acrobatic volley which you could be forgiven for watching over and over again as I'm sure Atletico fans will do following their 4-0 thrashing of their rivals.


Are you the next Bergkamp or Henry? Prove it at Goals this January

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Ever thought you could have finished that chance Olivier Giroud just missed? Or that the killer passes Mesut Ozil makes look easy, are actually easy? There is only one way to find out put on those boots, don the prized 1980's Arsenal strip sponsored by JVC and show the world just how good you [...]

Arsenal star reveals secret of his stunning success

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I think that most, or at least a decent proportion, of Arsenal fans would admit that they would still like to see him score more goals, but the brilliant way that our Germany international Mesut Ozil has kicked off the current season has seen the Gooners and the football media become fulsome in the praise [.

HAPPY Welbeck has ONE complaint about joining Arsenal…

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You might think that the Arsenal and England international star Danny Welbeck might feel a little put out about having to play second fiddle to Olivier Giroud, in the Premier League games at least, since the Frenchman returned from his lengthy injury lay off, but he doesn´t seem to be. Welbeck did not say as [.

The GOOD, the BAD and the STRANGE case of Arsenal and Ozil

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The stats involved in this article about the Arsenal and Germany star Mesut Ozil were made before the Gunners´trip to Loftus Road to face QPR in the Premier League, so may have changed a little but not much. The German playmaker has been the subject of so many articles in the football media since he [.

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Terry, Cahill and Ivanovic Score Perfect Chelsea Team Goal.

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Chelsea drew 1-1 against PSG tonight in their Champions League second round first leg tie in Paris with the defensive trio of John Terry, Gary Cahill and Branislav Ivanovic linking up for a brilliant opening goal.

Terry found himself down the left wing before crossing into the area where he found defensive partner Cahill who flicked the ball on to Ivanovic who headed home for a brilliantly worked goal from the most unlikely of source's in the build up.

Super Branislav Ivanovic Goal v Aston Villa

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Branislav Ivanovic has come accustomed to scoring against Aston Villa but surely this super strike was his best one and most important one as Chelsea took advantage of Manchester City's slip up today at the Etihad.

FA Cup Goals

Well Worked Liverpool Free-Kick Leads to Lallana Winner

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This well worked free-kick was enough for Liverpool to advance to the FA Cup Quarter-Finals at the expense of Crystal Palace.

Mario Balotelli's free-kick wasn't the best of strikes but with Sturridge and Skrtel breaking the wall or at the very least unsighting Speroni in the Palace goal who's save broke nicely for Adam Lallana to nip in!

Super James Morrison Goal v West Ham

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West Brom thumped West Ham 4-0 at the Hawthorns today as they comfortably booked their spot in the FA Cup Quarter-Finals with this Super James Morrison goal the pick of the bunch struck from about 25 yards.

The Rest

Reports: Crystal Palace In Contact With Free Agent Carlton Cole After Losing Christian Benteke To Knee Ligament Injury

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Roy Hodgson's soul-sapping start to life as Crystal Palace's new manager has plumbed a new depth today with news that, having lost their sole remaining striker to injury, the club are mulling over the prospect of signingCarlton Cole.

Having lost Christian Benteke to a knee ligament injury last week, Hodgson currently doesn't have a single recognised senior striker at his disposal with Connor Wickham already ruled out until January and, well.

Fantasy Focus: Running of the Bull

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Getting fat off the weak

This round's leader was DC Buzzards,with a whopping score of 173 points, 20 more than the next closest team. Captain David Villa (NYC, $11.9) tallied two goals and an assist on the way to 46 points, easily leading the team. Behind him were Red Bulls teammates Sacha Kljestan ($11.

Revs have “fun” during goal-fest against Sporting KC

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Six goals! Six goals! Six goals!

Every professional athlete will tell you that winning, regardless of the circumstances, feels good. They'll also admit that a full-on goal-fest is just a little bit more satisfying.

On Wednesday, the New England Revolution put up six goals against Sporting KC during a Desert Diamond Cup game.

“Eu” No Futebol

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Eu sou o jogo. O futebol é eu. Eu sou o futebol. Eu sou a bola. A bola é eu. Eu sou os jogadores. Os jogadores são eu. Futebol é o mais conhecido esporte no mundo e é amado pelo milhões de pessoas. Como que o futebol ficou tão popular? Por que não o basquete,... Read More »

Ibrahimovic nella storia del Psg. Lo svedese bomber di sempre con 110 gol

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Dopo il record di Cristiano Ronaldo, che ha fatto meglio di Raul, è arrivato quello di Zlatan Ibrahimovic, attaccante classe 1981, che, con la doppietta "dal dischetto" realizzata contro il Marsiglia, in Ligue 1, è diventato il bomber di sempre della storia del club parigino con 110 goals. Il fuoriclasse svedese ha, infatti, sopravanzato il [.

¿Fue legal el gol más rápido de la historia?

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Vuk Bakic, delantero serbio del GSP Polet, anotó este gol en el saque inicial del partido que su equipo ganó 4-1 en septiembre de 2012. Fue, casi literalmente, como si su equipo comenzara el partido con el marcador a favor.

Ahora bien, el gol suscitóuna gran polémica puesto que habría dos factores que no harían legal al que puede ser considerado como "el gol más rápido de la historia".

Iker Casillas Lets in Soft Tiago Shot in Madrid Derby (Vine)

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Iker Casillas has been going down hill slowly but surely and this soft goal scored by Tiago sums his downfall up in a nutshell as Real were thumped by current LA Liga champions Atletico today in the Madrid Derby.