Goals

Please, Please, Please Put This Celebration In FIFA 18

Oh, Bebe! My sweet, sweet Bebe! Where have you been? Former Manchester United legend Bebe is once again up on our YouTubes, just like when Alex Ferguson signed him for £7 million despite never having seen him actually play. 

Bebe, the quintessential example for the everyman that argues he could score a goal for Manchester United or Barcelona just by virtue of the guys he’s playing with, is back, and his third La Liga goal this term is about to revolutionize FIFA 18.

Just watch and appreciate.

Dries Mertens Ran Onto The Pitch As A Sub And Didn't Stop Until The Ball Was In The Net

With Gianluigi Buffon’s place between the Juventus sticks unassailable for all eternity, deputy goalkeeper Neto gets to strut his stuff in the Coppa Italia. On Wednesday, Napoli substitute Dries Mertens took full advantage of that change.

The 29-year-old came on in the 61st-minute and immediately leveled the score at 2-2. Impact sub, super sub, managerial tactical masterstroke, insane goalkeeping blunder — whatever you want to call it, this was some heads-up hustle from Mertens.

Ajax’s Lasse Schone Thunder Punts A Free Kick From 40 Yards

Just scoring a goal in De Klassieker, the biggest club football rivalry in the Netherlands pitting Amsterdam’s Ajax and Rotterdam’s Feyenoord, is grounds for footballing legend. Factor in the additional importance of this early goal being the impetus for Ajax’s 2-1 victory, a result which saw them close the gap on their most hated rival to only three points at the top of the Eredivisie table, and it’s bordering on folkloric status. 

This Barcelona Side Is One Of The Best And Worst They've Had In 10 Years

Another match day, another performance that left many questions over Barcelona’s ability in a season that still has them fighting for the treble, which is a ridiculous thing to say. At times, this Barcelona side looks as good as any from the past 13 years, but they’re also more than capable of ringing their own death knell and signaling a need for transformation.

Against relegation certainties Granada, anything less than a comprehensive victory, even without the suspended Lionel Messi, would’ve had Blaugrana supporters looking towards Sevilla’s midweek visit with angst.

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