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    [QUOTE-maxi90]@Haile Satanus in that Bergkamp video: Holy crap! In what order?[/QUOTE]

    In the order they showed them. If memory serves that game was a 3-3 draw.

    Henry vs Utd.



    Argentina 25 passes...


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    I bet Guardiola got an orgasm after seeing that.


    Anyway, weird that considering all the English guys we have noone posted Rooney vs City.



    Shevchenko pwning the likes of Davids and Buffon.



    Reminder that Kaka was a better player than Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid ruined him.
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    Alex. His retirement in 2013 marked the end of that golden brazilian generation 96- forward. The biggest mistake of our national squad was not to call him in 2002 and specially in 2006. His 2003 season for Cruzeiro (which we won literally everything we competed) made him one of our greatest idols ever. And personally he's my favorite player.
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    1979 FA - Cup final, Manchester Utd Vs Arsenal: Alan Sunderland's winning goal.

    I far as I can remember this was the first Arsenal game I was really invested in, I was 10/11 at the time. I'd supported the club for awhile but football was always something grown up's watched, I preferred playing. This game was different, I knew all the players and it was live on TV!. In 79 I think internationals (WC) and the FA -cup final were the only live games shown. It was a roasting hot day and I was sitting as close to the TV as I could get (we also had a colour TV which was something of big deal to me having grown up with B/W).. The game wasn't nearly as exciting as it looks in the highlights, players simply weren't as fit as they are these days (look at the skinny legs and very average builds). Arsenal were cruising 0-2 and it looked like a hard fought but comfortable win. Liam 'chippy' Brady was the star of the match having a part in all Arsenal's goals, he was also my hero. What makes this goal great though was that Utd didn't lay down and somehow dug deep to score two goals in two minutes (87-88), I was pretty much in tears thinking we were going to let it slip. The players were dropping like flies from the heat and cramp and Utd were in the ascendency. Then Brady (socks at his ankles) latches onto a pass in midfield and drives towards the Utd area, he slips the ball out left to Rix who floats it to the back post just as Alan 'Afro' Sunderland ghosts in and knocks back and into the net - in the 89th minute....


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    Also on of the best strikers passing trough Portuguese football in the 90s
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    In a more recent past recently Hulk in Porto has scored amaing goals as well. ( him falcao, and James rodriguez were destructive )
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    And one of my favorite Portuguese players of all time
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    Two interesting goals. The second was historic.

    Hugo Sánchez (Real Madrid - 87/88)

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    Nayim (Final Cup Winners Cup 1995)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguel_80 View Post
    Nayim (Final Cup Winners Cup 1995)
    Now now, there's no need for that sort of thing...

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    Le Tissier. If you need to know more, you don't know football. The best comes at the end, but Le Tissier had a habit of making spectacular goals look simple.



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    Matt Le Tissier was a one club man, he stayed at Southampton despite regular attempts by Man Utd (among many other clubs) to get him to move. Le Tissier scored 47 of 48 penalties he took while playing for Southampton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halie Satanus View Post
    Now now, there's no need for that sort of thing...

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    Le Tissier. If you need to know more, you don't know football. The best comes at the end, but Le Tissier had a habit of making spectacular goals look simple.



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    Matt Le Tissier was a one club man, he stayed at Southampton despite regular attempts by Man Utd (among many other clubs) to get him to move. Le Tissier scored 47 of 48 penalties he took while playing for Southampton.
    Would've probably had more caps and more International goals had he played away from Southampton too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ybbon
    Would've probably had more caps and more International goals had he played away from Southampton too.
    Would have definitely made a difference..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halie Satanus View Post
    How!

    Even a friend of mine, who probably watches a football match once in every ten years or so, knows about this goal. Roberto Carlos had an incredible shot, especially when taking his stature into consideration.

    Quote Originally Posted by Miguel_80 View Post
    Great goals guys! There are many that I didn't know. See what you seem about this goal:

    Zidenine Zidane (Final of Champions League)
    I remember that goal - CL finals, Real vs Leverkusen (2002). One of the best CL goals ever.

    This thread cannot go on without a couple of goals scored by my favourite player ever

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    Barcelona vs Chelsea (2005/2006)
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    Barcelona vs Osasuna (2003-2004)
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    Barcelona vs Villareal (2006-2007)
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    Ill never forget this one... i was there, i was so sad at the time, it had to be against my Porto
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    FA Cup Final 2002: Parlour or Ljungberg.

    Not sure which is the better goal in this 2-0 win for Le Arse over Chelsea. The Parlour goal is always remembered because one of the commentators (Tim Lovejoy - A Chelsea fan) said, just before Parlour smashed it into the net 'It's only Ray Parlour.'

    But often over looked is the second (Ljungberg) goal, love the movement of Henry and the fight Freddie puts in to make sure he gets a chance against the keeper.




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    Recently....






    Also Deco the magician... as he was knowned in Portugal. How i miss him.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=26&v=bwL-QDZg2BY

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    Its don't "great goals screamers", but I think that this assortment is suggestive.

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    A small tribute to Raul, a mythical forward of Real Madrid.



    Alternative link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BceFTWeVpuc


    White pride:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIMokbMWz9o

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    Iconic



    This one is also very good, from Romário when he played for Barcelona. Poor defender almost broke his spine.



    Also, last year I saw a goal very similar to the first one posted in this thread (from Van Basten). It was in the Libertadores eighth finals, by Huracán striker Abila against the future champions Atlético Nacional.

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    Great contribution Macunaíma. By the way, I don't know in other countries, but on Youtube I can't see this historical goal that I published.




    EDIT: Talking about Zidane...

    Last edited by Miguel_80; February 11, 2017 at 01:05 PM.

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