Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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15 fine set-piece goals, from sublime curlers to good old fashioned whacks
Gazza’s classic hit in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final that set Spurs on their way against Arsenal at Wembley.
YouTube is just brimming with Mihajlovic free-kick goals. Here’s just one from his repertoire; a beauty for Lazio against Benfica.
If in doubt, just smack it. So Aliev did, unleashing this 50+ yard rocket that the goalkeeper didn’t even see, never mind have any chance of saving.
Becks’ greatest ever moment? 93rd minute…England needing a goal to qualify for the 2002 World Cup. You know the rest…
Pearce was a connoisseur of the left-footed bullet-like set-piece. Here’s just one from his, seemingly endless, collection against Coventry City in the Littlewoods Cup.
The Norwegian quickly endeared himself to the Liverpool faithful with a stunner against Manchester United that threatened to break the frame of the goal.
The Portuguese has quickly built up a reputation of being able to wallop home a dead-ball from outside the penalty area. This fizzer against Portsmouth is, arguably, the pick of his bunch so far.
The holy grail of free-kicks, as the diminutive Brazilian’s banana shot viciously curls in off the post, leaving Fabien Barthez scratching his shiny head.
A good old fashioned ‘get your head down and leather it’ effort from the Nottingham Forest man, who tonked the ball so hard it flew through the goalkeeper’s fingers.
A sumptuous John Barnes left-footer for England against the Dutch in a 1993 World Cup qualifier at Wembley.
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