Best Goals: Matchweek 14

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Good lord Matchweek 14 was one for the ages. The cream is really starting to rise to the top. This makes three weeks in a row of just an absolute avalanche of quality finishes from every corner of the world. From a late equalizer in El Clasico to Bournemouth’s masterful comeback (or Liverpool’s collapse depending on who you ask) the football gods have graced us with yet another week of pristine and clinical finishes. I did my best to scour the internet (read: Reddit) to bring them all into one place.

Manchester United v. Everton

Martial (Man U) lofts a perfect ball to Zlatan Ibrahimovic (42’) for a top 5 goal of the year (1-0)


Bournemouth vs. Liverpool

Sadio Mane (Liverpool) is too fast for the Bournemouth defender, pokes in his 7th of the season (21’) (1-0)
Divock Origi (Liverpool) takes a wide berth around the keeper and slots home the second goal of the day (22’) from a Jordan Henderson through ball (2-0)
Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) caps an excellent counter attack with his first goal of the season (76’) to cut deeper into Liverpool’s lead (2-3)
Ake (Bournemouth) seals an improbable win off a rebound (90’+3’) to complete the comeback (4-3)

Arsenal v. West Ham

Alexis Sanchez blows past the WH defender for a no-doubter to open the floodgates (71’) (2-0)


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain deepens West Ham’s misery with a beauty from 20 yards (84’) (4-1)


Alexis Sanchez nets the hat trick (86’) complete with the cheekiest of jukes (5-1)


Chelsea vs. Manchester City

Eden Hazard (Chelsea) puts the nail in City’s coffin on a lightning quick counter (90’) (3-1)


Tottenham v. Swansea City

Heung-Min Son (Tottenham) wrangles a deflection and does his best side-footed Zlatan impression to widen Spurs’ lead (45’) (2-0)


Stoke v. Burnley

John Walters (Stoke) scores with incredible touch to open the scoring (20’) (1-0)


From Around The World

FC Porto v. Braga

Rui Pedro scores a wondergoal winner at the death from a bicycle kick assist (Portuguese Primeira Liga)

El Clasico: Barcelona v. Real Madrid

Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid) heads in the dreaded equalizer to steal a point at the death (90’) (1-1)

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