Colombia entered the World Cup under the radar in most pundits’ minds. Missing their star striker and facing an easy group, the South Americans were predicted to advance but not… Read more →
Libor Kozak, 30th Minute. 1-0. gif courtesy of @FeintZebra The phrase “Aston Villa lead” has been heard just once this season, and surprisingly enough it wasn’t Christian Benteke behind it. This time it was new signing Libor Kozak at the finish. To this point, the match has seen a Norwich missed penalty – a near miss by Benteke, and… Read more →
There’s no better way to start a goals review than a Manchester Derby, right? Of course, it’s Sergio Aguero in the thick of it all with this fantastic netter.
Much of this week’s Swansea City – Liverpool matchup focused around Jonjo Shelvey, the midfielder who left Liverpool in the transfer window for better prospects with the Swans in Wales. His recognition was well deserved; as he was involved in three goals in this match, including my top goal of the week from Michu. Let’s see how Swansea was able… Read more →
Olivier Giroud, Arsenal – 11th Minute It’s starting to seem that it wouldn’t be a “Goals of the Week” without Olivier Giroud. The French striker received loads of criticism last year, but this year has been the complete opposite, benefitting from Arsenal’s fantastic play within the midfield. Now, they’ve added Mesut Ozil to that occasion in what many believe could… Read more →
It’s been a long international break, but the Premier League returned last weekend with a bang, providing some great debuts, goals, and matches for all to watch. Here at #3 in the Premier League Goals of the Week series is Gylfi Sigurdsson’s first goal against Norwich City. Until now, Spurs had yet to score a goal from open play in… Read more →
Olivier Giroud, 23rd Minute. 1-0 It only took 23 minutes for Arsenal to take the lead in the North London Derby against Tottenham; some said it was against the run of play, but any goal like this shouldn’t be criticised. The Gunners have picked up their form in the recent weeks, and great team goals like this one finished by… Read more →
Alvaro Negredo, 65th Minute. 1-0. It would be a farce to say that Manchester City’s performances this season have been anything less than interesting. Three weeks ago we saw a crisp team playing tidy passing, exploring great overlap attacks that ended up scoring four goals. Last week, we saw a team lost defensively that was disjointed defensively. This week, we… Read more →