Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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Never heard of Yuri Zhirkov, named 50th Best player in the World by FourFourTwo? Check out his dance past Hamburg from halfway for the best goal of 2006/07
There are few sights in football more wonderful and welcome than a proper old-fashioned winger, torturing the life out of a defence for fun. No wonder the Huelva fans dubbed Santi Cazorla “Recre’s Ronaldinho.”
Born in France, proudly Argentinian, playing for Real Madrid. What better music to accompany Gonzalo Higuain’s goals than thumping Euro-disco?
The Portugal international introduced himself on his Zenit debut with an eye-catching goal in the Super Cup final against Manchester United. Sir Alex’s reaction is not recorded; the goal was.
The playmaker brings a bit of Brazil to Bremen with a goal every other game, but few as good as this injury-time 70-yarder, as the goalkeeper looks on in horror.
Goal overload! Watch Klaas volley, chip, dink, head and scissor-kick for Heerenveen, Ajax and Holland. Coming to a ground near you soon?
Sometimes a goal isn’t just a goal, it’s a successful interview. Pummelled by Palermo, Juventus were so impressed with Amauri that they signed him.
In this month's ‘One-on-One’ Sir Bobby recalls his pair of peaches against Portugal in the 1966 semi-final. Watch extended match highlights here.
More Than A Game? Not ’arf! Watch Benfica go two up at Sporting Lisbon – then concede five in 22 minutes of blistering counter attacking. Golos!
He’s back in business and back in this month's FourFourTwo (see p58), which is reason enough to recall Jose Mourinho’s quiet word with Liverpool fans during the 2005 League Cup final...
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