An interesting and scintillating round of matches just went by. The weekend saw lots of action and goals scored to entertain fans of various clubs. One on ones, marvelous long range hits, twists and turns before goals, defections, outmuscling before scoring, split second defence splitting passes and goals.
All these took place over the weekend and Monday, and we have taken the time to select our best 10 goals from the encounters that took place. They are listed from 1 to 10 in no particular order.
- HARRY KANE scored a brilliant goal that required some individual effort and strength to pull off. Spurs’ third goal against Bournemouth. The goal came off a cross from Dele Alli, as Kane outmuscled the defender marking him, and applied some skill before slotting into the net.
- JAMIE VARDY scored against Crystal Palace off a low and precise pass from Mahrez. He cut back and displaced former teammate, Schlupp, before placing a curler into the far end of the post. The goal keeper’s best was to have a touch of the ball before it hit the net
- XHERDAN SHAQIRI scored a long range curling stunner. The goalie had no chance
- MARKO ARNAUTOVIC’s finish for Stoke’s first goal against Hull was top notch. A bullet of a shot after some good work with the ball
- MARCUS RASHFORD coolly placed his shot past Begovic to give Man United the lead at Old Trafford off a split second assist pass from Herrera. The technique for the finish was quality.
- ALEXIS SANCHEZ’s free kick was spectacular. The goalie stood rooted to the spot. No chance!
- ALVARO NEGREDO pulled off a kung fu or maybe a karate move to score the equalizer for Boro against Arsenal
- ROBERTO FIRMINO’s goal was brilliant, but more so the assist as it came off a head before being headed into the net
- WAHBI KHAZRI broke Sunderland’s goal drought jinx as he scored directly from a corner with a brilliant cross for Sunderland’s first goal
- ROMELU LUKAKU was lukaku as he re-enacted a Drogba-esque moment. His back to the defence, a trap and decent control of the ball, a sharp turn with strength applied, with some good turn of pace before lashing the ball into the net for Everton’s third goal on the day.
Brilliant top 10 goals from Premier League Match Day 33. We bet that more amazing goals will be scored in subsequent match days and hopefully, we’ll be spoilt for choice.