If you've ever wanted to watch Ross Barkley take a free-kick from every single conceivable angle, then now's your chance muchacho.
Thanks to some superb camera work from virtual reality pioneers Laduma,the following clip of Barkley knocking balls around is fully interactive alongevery axis.
Chelsea cinched up thePremier League title with the very narrowest of victories over West Brom at the Hawthorns on Friday evening.
An 82nd-minute goal from Michy Batshuayi proved the difference, though all thegenuine flair and invention emanated from the Baggies' midfield.
Indeed, this was largely due to the presence of Jonny Evans, who at point made Cesc Fabregas look like a leaden-footed dumplingwith a flashof gossamer-light ball control.
Fans of unorthodox, unnecessarily risky goalkeeping will no doubtenjoy this sublime little nugget lifted from Sunday's Serie B encounter between Frosinone and Trapani.
After going behind after just 11 minutes, relegation-threatened Trapani found themselves chasing the game for the majority of the afternoon.
Iran made history over the weekend bybecoming Asia's highest ever finishers at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup thanks to an emphatic 5-3 victory over Italy in the third-place play-off game.
Mohammad Mokhtari provided the undoubted highlight of the match, putting Iran 3-0 up with a truly outstanding overhead kick from the narrowest angle.
The year was 2006, and with mid-January temperatures ebbing down towards freezingand a light flurry of snow in the air conditionsdescribed by Elmundo Deportes as an "unpleasant night for a very attractive party" Real Madrid, in full 'Galactico' pomp, welcomed Sevilla to the Bernabeu.
It took the hosts just six minutes to open the scoringwhen Guti wafted into the 18-yard box to steer a low Zinedine Zidane cross past Andres Palop.
Having failed to score in his first three games for OKC Energy FC, forward Miguel Gonzalez opened his account with gusto against Sacramento Republic in the United Soccer League on Tuesday evening.
Indeed, Gonzalez's outrageous effort proved to be the only goal of the game and featured the ultra rare combination of a flip throw-in assist and an acrobatic bicycle kick finish.
As if to capture Arsenal's miserable defeat against Crystal Palace in microcosm, here's the moment Mesut Ozil took his time, looked up, surveyed the lay of the land in an instant and pinged a truly sumptuous trademark pass out to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the left wing.
Unfortunately for the floaty light German midfielder, the Oxhadyet to come on as a substitute at that point.
Former Manchester United teammates Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs spent last week out in Singapore overseeing the launch of the latest addition to their 'Hotel Football' business venture.
As part of the launch event, both Neville and Giggs took part in the 'Cafe Football Cup Final' a glorified kick-about between two teams of local players.
It may have been pipped to the January 'Goal of the Month' award by Andy Carroll's exocet overhead kick, but Olivier Giroud's equally audacious scorpion volley (also against Crystal Palace) has been immortalised in an altogether more meaningful way.
Thanks to Weevil888, Giroud's partially inspired, partially fluked back-heel has taken its place in the grand pantheon of icon footballing moments re-rendered in Lego.
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Having begun his career there before going on to make almost 400 appearances in blue and cream, Cuauhtemoc Blanco breathes rarefied air when it comes to Club America.
The grizzled veteran even returned to make one last commemorative appearance for America last season before finally bowing out of professional football at the age of 44.
Despite fallingbehind after just eight minutes at the Bernabeu, Real Madrid eventuallyrallied to sew up a comfortable 3-1 first-leg victory over Napoli before thehour mark.
Karim Benzema equalised and Toni Kroos nudged Madrid back ahead before Casimero rattled home a third just after half-time with an absolutely bonkers volley from outside the area.
Atletico Madrid just about squeaked the win over Celta Vigo in La Liga on Sunday, with Fernando Torres having what's known in the trade as a 'Fernando Torres' of an evening.
Indeed, the striker opened the scoring in the 11th minute with a brilliant, impulsive overhead kick making the best of a slightly over-hit pass to send the ball arching high over his own head, over Celta 'keeper Sergio Alvarez and inside the far post.
Looks like Oscar is having a whale of a time out in China, with the diminutive Brazilian's fleet-footed trickery already laying waste to all who gaze upon it.
Indeed, as well as jinking past defenders, the Shanghai SIPG man also left a poor, flummoxed linesman with two sprained ankles during a recent game.
Amid a season chock full of dirge and drudgery, Nottingham Forest youngling Ben Osborn produced a rare moment of brilliance in Saturday's narrow win over Bristol City.
Indeed, the game was settled by a single goal, which emanatedfrom a 67th-minute set-piece routine devised and executed superbly by Osborn and fellow midfield prospect Matty Cash.
InJurgen Klopp's own estimation, Liverpool were lucky not to lose 3-0 against Southampton in the first leg of their EFL Cup semi-final, such was the levelof their performance.
However, there was at least one bright spark on the night for the away side, with James Milner reaching the peak of his evolutionary curve thanks to a mesmeric piece of ball control.
Ahead of Thursday's NBA clash between the Indiana Pacers and Denver Nuggets at the O2 Arena, BT Sport have put together a rather nifty video involving Arsenal stars Alex Iwobi, Aaron Ramsey and Per Mertesacker along with basketball acrobatic team the Dunking Devils.
The Dunking Devils, who appeared on Britain's Got Talent last year, pull off some pretty spectacular moves with the help of the Arsenal trio, with Iwobi looking particularly excited at the whole thing!
He may be 40-years-old, but former Swansea forward Lee Trundle hasn't lost his touch. Lining out for a Swans All-Stars team at the weekend, the striker netted a double hat-trick which included an outrageous penalty goal.
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Trundle currently plies his trade for Welsh second-tier side Llanelli Town, where he has been banging in the goals this season.
Alexis Sanchez produced a magnificent individual display at the London Stadium on Saturday, with the Chilean bagging a super hat-trick as Arsenal hammered West Ham 5-1.
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Despite dominating he first-half, Arsenal went in at the break only 1-0 up, with Mesut Ozil netting after being set up by Sanchez following sloppy play from the Hammers.
Blimey, it really has been a good week for Theo Walcott.
As well as becoming a father for the second time and coming within an inch of earning himself a new coffee machine, the Arsenal forward has capped things off by snaring himself a Guinness World Record.
With a crane parked up at London Colney, several Arsenal players had a stab at controlling a ball being chucked at them from up in the ether.
Having made over 250 appearances forthe clubas a player, Silkeborg head coach Peter Sorensen proved there's still a little bit of magic in that thar right foot during last week's 3-0 win over Ejsborg in the Danish top flight.
Stood on the touchline, 43-year-old Sorensen suddenly found himself underneath a high, wayward clearance.
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With the score locked at 1-1, National League South side Whitehawk FC came within a whisker a whisker we say of nabbing a spectacular last-second victory over Stourbridge in the FA Cup first round.
That was, however, until fate intervened like the fickle mistress she so often is.
It is estimated that every year approximately one person in every 1,000 worldwide will suffer a moment of episodic blindness.
Unfortunately forJuventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro, his cropped uppart-way through the Bianconeri's Champions League game against Lyon last night.
Just as Sturaro took possession of the ball, the pressure of the fluid inside his cranium spiked, causing the 23-year-old to temporarily blank out and, dare we say, look a little foolish in doing so.
A goal from Kevin-Prince Boateng put Las Palmas ahead against Villarreal, though the former Portsmouth midfielder's acrobaticfinishwas just the proverbial tip of theabsolutely outrageous iceberg that was the build-up.
The move began with a bit of back-and-forth passing on the edge of the box before and you'll have to excuse the technical jargon here all holy hell broke loose!
Despite finding themselves 3-1 down with just a couple ofminutes left to play, Bristol Rovers tussled their way back to claim a dramatic 3-3 draw againstMK Dons in midweek.
However, Rovers came away with the aesthetic victory, largely thanks to an exquisite little touch from midfielder Charlie Colkett in the build up to Matt Taylor's 87th minute goal.
Chelseasauntered to a 3-0 win over reigning champions Leicester City in the Premier League, with goals from Diego Costa, Eden Hazard and Victor Moses proving to be the difference at Stamford Bridge.
Withthe lion's share of the damage done before half-time, the Blues had to wait until the 80th minute to add their third and final goal asthe hitherto fringe pairing of Nathaniel Chalobah and Victor Moses combined to devastating effect on the edge of the Leicester box.
Just when you think football has reached it's vacuous nadir with the Wembley 'dab cam', you witness two players actually going out of their way to toss out a couple of 'dabs' mid-match not as goal celebrations, but during actual, proper open play.
Presumably passing for "skill" on the South African domestic scene, Free State Stars duo Langelihle Ndlovu and Pule Mmodi both performed the Paul Pogba-approved dance step in the latter stages of their recent Diski Challenge game againstPlatinum Stars.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been busy limbering up ahead of his first outing for Portugalsince his Euro 2016 final ended in tear-strewn, moth-faced agony.
With aWorld Cup qualification double-header against Andorra and the Faroe Islands on the cards, Portugal trained on the outskirts of Lisbon with Ronaldo once again the centre of attention.
As you're probably aware, Dele Alli and Eric Dier are the very bestest of chums and, as such, have dedicated their entire existences to making each other's lives a waking nightmare.
The latest instalment of the Tottenham pair'sendearing little tit-for-tat battle has seen Alli take the spoils, with Dier left completely oblivious.
Lukas Podolski weighed in with a couple of goals as Galatasaray comfortably saw offAntalyaspor in the Turkish Super Lig on Sunday afternoon.
However, it was a piece of maverick trickery from Gala goalkeeper Fernando Muslera that proved to be the highlight of the game.
Rampaging up the pitch to sweep up a long ball over the top, Muslera burstaway from one striker before swiftly reducinga secondto a quivering puddle with a daring body-swerve.
Dimitri Payet registered a very strong contender for Goal of the Season against Middlesbroughon Saturday, with the West Ham playmaker scoring an incredible solo effort.
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Cristhian Stuani has given 'Boro the lead at the London Stadium early in the second-half before Payet netted his first goal of the seasonm courtesy of an incredible dazzling, dribbling goal.
Many Arsenal fans were perplexed (what's new!) by Arsene Wenger's decision this summer to sell winger Serge Gnabry despite the winger's superb displays for Germany during the summer Olympics. And after seeing the 21-year-old's wonder-strike for Werder Bremen at the weekend, fans of the north Londoners will be even more frustrated.
On Saturday, Eren Derdiyok scored a goal which lit up Galatsaray's Turkish Super Lig clash with Rizespopr, with the magnificent overhead kicksurely a very strong early contender for the goal of the season.
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The wonder-goal came after just six minutes, with Swiss striker Derdiyok nailing a bicycle kick from some way out which rocketed into the back of the Rizespor net.
Iran beat Morocco 2-0 in the preliminary stage of the blind/visually impaired 5-a-side at the Rio Paralympics over the weekend, with Behzad Zadaliasghari scoring what is almost certain to be one of, if not *the* goal of the tournament.
Picking the ball up out on the left flank, Zadaliasghari made his way inside before jinking his way past all four of Morocco's outfield players with one fleet-footed manouevre.
New-signings Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez both made their debuts for Arsenal on Saturday against Southampton. However, it was old hand Mustafi's defensive partner Laurent Koscielny, on his 31st birthday, who really lit up the Emirates, via a fabulous overhead kick.
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Arsenal found themselves behind on 18 minutes, after a Dusan Tadic free-kick hit the crossbar before rebounding in off the unfortunate Petr Cech.
West Ham may have lost their home clash with Watford 4-2 on Saturday, but Dimitri Payet still managed to provide the best moment of the game, courtesy of an incredible assist for Michael Antonio.
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The Hammers were already a goal up, courtesy of an early header from the in-form Antonio, when Payet picked up the ball on the right flank just after the half-hour mark.
Italy got their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign off to a winning start on Monday night, courtesy of a deserved 3-1 win in Israel. However, it was the hosts who netted the goal of the game, with striker Tal Ben Haim (not the ex-Chelsea and Bolton one) produced an exquisite chip which left Gigi Buffon helpless.
Bayern Munich got their Bundesliga season off to a suitably formidable start with a 6-0 evisceration of Werder Bremen.
It took the floodgates roughly eight minutes to open when Xabi Alonso scored the first goal of Carlo Ancelotti's tenure with a stonking half-volley from the edge of the area.
Making his senior debut for Real Madrid in Tuesday night's European Super Cup final, Real Madrid attacker Marco Asensio marked the occasion with a superb strike to open the scoring against Sevilla.
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Picking up the ball outside the Atletico box, the 20-year-old turned before launching a left-footed rocket which left 'keeper Rico with no chance.
Inter Milan goalkeeper Ionut Radu showcased hishidden talent for trick-shots while farting around in the gym after training recently.
Away from the rest of the squad, the Romanian stopper set up his camera and filmed himself pulling off a rather neat little over-the-head shot into the basketball hoop.
The newly-rechristened Mikel John Obi has found time inhis busy schedule to welcome old pal Paul Pogba back to the Premier League with a timely reminder of the kind of midfield foe he'll be coming up against this season.
Indeed, the Chelsea veteran sought to put the willies up Pogba, who you may have heard made an understated return to Manchester United a few days ago, by chucking in a video clip of the time he nutmegged the bejesus out of his French counterpart at the 2014 World Cup.