Happy Ibra Day! Celebrate Ibra's birthday with our 10 Zlatan Ibrahimovic best goals is a post from: Just Football
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a player that needs little introduction. An outlandish talent if ever there was one, sadly we might only have a season or two left to bask in his oh-so self-confessed greatness, as the Swedish master has hinted at retiring after 2015/16.
Garath McCleary's screamer set Reading up for all three points as they beat fellow Championship high-flyers QPR 3-1 at Loftus Road as Nigel Adkins charges set their sights on promotion to the Premier League.
Fiorentina 2-0 Udinese Coppa italia gol di Cuadrado 11-2-2014 by pacomaroit
Fiorentina went into last nights Copa Italia semi-final second leg trailing 2-1 from the first leg and after scoring a wonderful team goal for the opener their Colombian winger grabbed the winner with this screamer to give the homeside the all important lead which they held to make it into this season's Coppa Italia final.
Watford striker Gabriella Angella with the most outrageously amazing finish you'll see this season! He meets the ball while pirouetting in mid-air, and guides it in with a back-flick off the outside of his boot.That will be a goal of the year contender.
Lionel Messi showed he's back to his very best with this amazing goal in which he ride's one tackle, nutmegs another before leaving three defender's and the Getafe keeper in his wake with an awesome burst of speed before sliding the ball home from a fairly tight angle for most players but not Messi.
Claudio Marchisio scored this screamer as Juventus came from behing to beat Cagliari 4-1 tonight and although Manchester United manager David Moyes was in attendance and Marchisio was one of his transfer targets the players goal celebration gave me the impression that he's not ready to quit the Juventus Stadium for Old Trafford anytime soon!
Ross Barkley's stunning free-kick v Swansea could easily have been mistaken for one of David Beckham's as it crashed in off the crossbar and in to claim a vital 2-1 win for the Toffee's against Swansea at the Liberty Stadium today!
Seamus Coleman put's Everton 1-0 up with this stunning pildriver from all of 25 yards, his fourth of the season as Everton beat Swansea 2-1 at the Liberty Stadium with Ross Barkley grabbing the winner with an equally stunning free-kick.
Andrea Pirlo shows his class from a set-piece as his brilliantly struck free-kick goes over the wall, giving Pepe Reina no chance to make it 2-0 before Paul Pogba struck an equally brilliant goal to make it 3-0 on the night.
In any other Country he would be a shoe-in to make their World Cup Finals panel including Spain and big Phil Scolari should be no different as Ronaldinho shows his class with this brilliant free-kick following a two month absence with a groin injury while also scoring from the spot to give Atletico-MG a 2-2 draw in the final game of the Brazilian season!
Former Manchester United trainee Oliver Norwood scored this brilliant volley as Huddersfield beat Burnley 2-1 amid controversy as Burnley felt hard done by both by the corner kick given for the opener and the second goal after the Burnley player was wrongly adjudged to have handled the ball while also outside the penalty area.
Ravel Morrison's stock just keeps rising as the West Ham striker again shows why he was spotted by Manchester United before his off-field problems forced Fergie to get rid with this unbelievable backheeled volley from a Jesse Lingard cross during England U-21 training.
FIFA have nominated these 10 goals for the 2013 Goal of the Year Award and the coveted Puskas Award which accompanies it.
And while my nomination for the prize is Zlatan Ibrahimovic's bi-cycle kick against England which left a stranded Joe Hart looking up in the air the other 9 nominee's are pretty awesome, just not as awesome as Zlatan's.