Amazing Goals

Wayne Rooney Scored A Stunner But Everton Remain On Course For Relegation

Almost 15 years to the day since Wayne Rooney announced himself to the world by scoring that goal against Arsenal, a now 31-year-old Wazza scored another beauty at Goodison Park, giving supporters another false dawn before the crushing reality set to follow.

Rooney was given far too much space and time at the top of the box in the 12th minute and sent a classy effort beyond Petr Cech, providing a huge sense of relief for both home supporters and Toffees under-fire manager Ronald Koeman.

Southampton’s Sofiane Boufal Humiliates 6 Defenders In Ridiculous Solo Effort

Based on the evidence here, Sofiane Boufal’s Southampton career is something of a slow burn. The Moroccan attacker arrived last season for a club-record fee of over $21 million. He then scored one Premier League goal in 24 matches for the Saints. But Boufal has already matched that total this season thanks to a match-winner against West Brom that could ultimately stand as the EPL Goal of the Season.

30-Yard League One Banger Is So Heavy That It Should Top The Beatport Charts

Three minutes into Bradford City’s Football League One match against Oldham, Bantams’ striker Paul Taylor dropped an absolute bomb from 30-plus yards out. The whistling effort flew into the top-right corner, giving Bradford the early advantage and turning Valley Parade stadium into the best kind of sh*t show.

If we could turn this hit into a piece of music visualization — a little bit of animated imagery based off this specific piece — it would probably look something like a living version of Jackson Pollock’s No. 5.

Peru Captain Scores 76th Minute Stunner, Will Play New Zealand In A Playoff

Peru haven’t qualified for the World Cup since 1982. Now, they will have a chance to play their way into Russia 2018 after qualifying for a playoff spot vs New Zealand. The hero for the Peruvians? Their captain and all-time leading goalscorer Paolo Guerrero. In the 76th minute the 33-year-old ripped a free-kick from 23 yards out and the Estadio Nacional de Lima let out a cry heard across South America.

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