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Top 10 Goals of the Week | Football News - View Top 10 Goals of the Week | Football News - Top Goal - Best Goal - Wonderfull goal - Staying on an international/Premier League footing, Arsenal’s Joel Campbell then inflated his reputation even further last week with his beauty at number three. Goal from Romania chimes in at position five, while it’s back to the acrobatics at goal six with a wondeful chilena from the lower leagues in Germany - Top 10 Goals of the Week : Top Football News.




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A surgical German pass-pass-pass attack against Holland gets things up and running, and that’s followed by a picture-perfect long distance whopper from Manchester United’s Nani. Staying on an international/Premier League footing, Arsenal’s Joel Campbell then inflated his reputation even further last week with his beauty at number three.
A wonderful overhead-volley from the NextGen series rocks up at spot four, an outstanding outside-of-the-boottrivela goal from Romania chimes in at position five, while it’s back to the acrobatics at goal six with a wondeful chilena from the lower leagues in Germany.
Polish football served up a howitzer at rung seven, Dutch football served up a ridiculously good volley at number eight, a solo stunner settled the Brugge derby in spot nine, and the list is rounded off by two thumpers from a wily old Fox.


Top 10 Goals of the Week :


  1. Mesut Ozil (Germany v Holland, November 15, 2011)
  2. Luis Nani (Portugal v Bosnia-Herzegovina, November 15, 2011)
  3. Joel Campbell (Costa Rica v Spain, November 15, 2011) (pictured)
  4. Alberto Coelho (Sporting Lisbon U19 v Liverpool U19, November 16, 2011)
  5. Danijel Subotic (Petrolul Ploiesti v Targu Mures, November 18, 2011)
  6. Marcel Reichwein (Unterhaching v Rot Weiss Erfurt, November 19, 2011)
  7. Rafal Wolski (Legia Warsaw v Lechia Gdansk, November 19, 2011)
  8. Lex Immers (ADO Den Haag v FC Utrecht, November 20, 2011)
  9. Nabil Dirar (Club Brugge v Cercle Brugge, November 20, 2011)
  10. Paul Gallagher (Leicester v Crystal Palace, November 20, 2011) (Both goals.)

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