Ahead of Match Day 33: Premier League Match Day 32 brilliant finishes

Ahead of the Premier League’s match day 33 fixtures, we’ll be reminiscing on some brilliantly well taken goals from match day 32. We have taken our time to select our best goals from last weekend’s games. A total of 10 goals from the various centers on the match day. The goals are listed in no particular order;


1.    Tottenham’s consistent and goal hungry midfielder, Dele Alli, scored a curling beauty against Watford from outside the 18- yard box. A very spectacular goal that took his recent run to 13 goals in his last 15 Premier League games.

2.    Zlatan was on hand to open the scoring for Manchester United against Sunderland with a beautiful curler of a goal. No one saw the move coming. Brilliant!

3.    Eden Hazard showed great composure when he rounded Bournemouth’s goal keeper brilliantly amid the players in the box to score the second for Chelsea on the day. His majestic first touch and control before the goal oozed class.He might be on a scoring run.

4.    Yohan Cabaye scored with a carefully placed looping shot to compound Arsenal's woes. The goalkeeper had no chance

5.    Firmino scored a screamer off a brilliant pass that just bounced once. A one-time bullet of a shot and a winning goal it was.

6.    Marcos Alonso’s free kick was exquisite on the day.  The keeper stood rooted to  the spot

7.    Fabian Delph scored with a thunderous shot. Even the replay cameras in slow motion couldn’t catch the ball in slow flight

8.    Cheikhou Kouyate scored a belter from outside the box. The goalie had no chance as the ball was well placed to hit the inside corner of the net

9.    Jordi Clasie scored a brilliant goal that hit the roof corner of the net to give Southampton all 3 points.  He made it look easy

10.    Islam Slimani’s cool, calm, and collected finish through the legs of the onrushing keeper under pressure for Leicester's first goal against Everton


More classic goals will definitely be scored this weekend. The opening game between Spurs and Bournemouth should be one of the most entertaining games to watch out for this weekend. Two teams who love to attack no matter the quality of the opposition. I won’t bet against Alli scoring again!

Then the big one! Manchester United host Chelsea. Kante, Hazard might have a few things to say on the pitch. Kante has formed a habit of scoring against United this season. Mourinho's players may have a message to deliver to the league leaders from their boss, as they are yet to score against Chelsea this season in 2 meetings. Zlatan and Pogba will be motivated to end that run. A few brilliant goals in this game should suffice. Hope it doesn't end up being cagey.



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