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Camilo Sanvezzo With the Goal of the Season in the MLS

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Despite not being able to put his team closer to a spot in the playoffs, Camielo Sanvezzo did a wonderful service for the Vancouver Whitecaps by scoring a beautiful scissor kick goal in their 2-2 draw with the Portland Timbers, making it two for him in less than 3 minutes in a crazy finish to the Cascadia derby. More

Justin Meram Kicks Hernan Pertuz in the Throat

Posted on 13 May, 2012, by in Soccer

Justin Meram will probably lay off scissor kicks and other acrobatic goal attempts in the near future after missing the ball and hitting Hernan Pertuz in the throat instead during the match between the Columbus Crew and FC Dallas. More

Seongnam Brazilian Duo Perform First Double Scissor Kick Goal in History

Posted on 8 Mar, 2012, by in Soccer

Brazilians Everton Santos (the assist) and Heverton (the goal) teamed up for one of the rarest things to happen on a football pitch, a double scissor kick goal, in the AFC Champions League match between Seongnam and Nagoya Grampus, ending in a 2-2 draw. More

Blast From the Past – Ronaldinho’s Bicycle Kick Goal vs Villareal

Posted on 9 Apr, 2011, by in Soccer

Now playing for Flamengo, Ronaldinho’s Barcelona and Nou Camp’s glamor days are not that long ago as they might seem. Here is maybe his greatest goal, a perfect bicycle kick against Villareal. More

Goal of Year in the English Premiership – Wayne Rooney

Posted on 12 Feb, 2011, by in Soccer

Wayne Rooney scores an amazing winner for Manchester United against their city rivals in the Manchester derby, maybe putting his season back on track and keeping United on theirs for a 19th league title. More

Amazing Bicycle Kick Goal by Denis Kolodin

Posted on 20 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

Absolute cracker of a goal by Dynamo Moscow and Russia defender Denis Kolodin – scoring a beautiful bicycle kick in Dynamo Moscow’s win over Rostov which Dynamo eventually won 3-2. More

English Premiership Goals – 19/08/2009

Posted on 19 Aug, 2009, by in Soccer

After Chelsea beating Sunderland 3-1 and Wolves surprising Wigan 1-0 yesterday, we take a look at all the goals and action from today in the English Premiership – Burnley hosting Manchester United, Liverpool looking to rebound from their loss to Tottenham at home against Stoke, Tottenham going to Hull City and Birmingham hosting Portsmouth.