Goals

The Players With The Most Career Goals In Each Soccer League

While Pelé is often considered the greatest goal scorer of all time, he does not top the charts on any one league’s all-time scoring list. Lionel Messi hasn’t been able to equal Pelé or Diego Maradona by winning a World Cup, but he does sit on top of the all-time scoring list for one of the best leagues in the world. 

Napoli, Arguably Europe’s Most Exciting Side, On Verge Of UCL Disaster

For a half-hour inside the Stadio San Paolo in Naples, Napoli didn’t just look like the best team in Italy — a statement backed up by their current position in Serie A — they looked like the best side in Europe. An opening period of dominance was stamped by a sensational goal in the 21st minute for the Neapolitans, and everything appeared rosy for the home side before defender Faouzi Ghoulam had to be substituted in the 31st minute with an apparent knee injury.

Despite The Champions League Going On, Yesterday's Best Goal Was Scored In The English Championship

Tuesday was a Champions League matchday. Some of the best players in the world were in action, inclusing Messi, Neymar, Arjen Robben, Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard, Antoine Griezmann, James Rodriguez, Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani.

Instead of watching those players, you should have been watching Barnsley vs. Burton Albion in the English Championship. Why weren't you watching Barnsley vs. Burton Albion? Look what Joe Williams did!

The Columbus Crew Obviously Don’t Give A Damn About Business Metrics

The Columbus Crew did it again. Five days after shocking MLS darlings Atlanta United on penalties in front of over 67,000 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Crew returned home and put the beatdown on the highly marketable New York City FC in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The Black & Gold put four past 10-man NYCFC in a resounding 4-1 victory, David Villa registering the lone goal for NYCFC.

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