We are just over a month into the European domestic and continental seasons.
In the last few weeks, plenty of juicy storylines for the upcoming season have been established.
Accompanying those narratives have been some spectacular individual efforts on goal.
Out of those efforts, 10 have been selected as the greatest goals of the season so far.
There have been plenty of bicycle kick goals scored across Europe in the last month, but few of them compare to the one scored by Real Sociedad's Antoine Griezmann.
In his club's August 20 UEFA Champions League playoff round clash with Lyon, Griezmann delivered the first of two scintillating golazos that helped propel the Spanish club into the group stage of the competition.
It is rare to see two spectacular goals in one match from the same club, but that is exactly what happened with Real Sociedad against Lyon on August 20.
Thirty-three minutes after Griezmann netted his bicycle kick, Haris Seferovic tried to one-up his teammate with this long-range effort from the left side of the pitch.
Real Sociedad went on to win 2-0, and the two-legged playoff 4-0, to clinch a spot alongside Manchester United, Bayer Leverkeusen and Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
Keeping with the theme of world-class goals from players based in Spain, David Villa's strike against Barcelona in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup easily makes this list.
Villa, who left the Camp Nou in the summer for Atletico Madrid, scored in the 12th minute of the clash at the Vicente Calderon in Madrid.
Unfortunately for Villa and his new club, his goal would not be enough to win the trophy as Barca took the title on an away goal scored by Neymar later in the first leg.
Not many fans across Europe knew Manuel Da Costa's name before last Sunday.
After Sunday, everyone was talking about the super strike that the 27-year-old defender hit for Sivasspor against Eskisehirspor in the Turkish League.
For those interested in more fun facts about Da Costa, he has played for eight clubs during his career, including a three-year stint at West Ham United in England.
Fans of the English Premier League and Manchester City have grown accustomed to midfielder Yaya Toure delivering clutch goal after clutch goal for the Sky Blues.
Toure's free kick against Hull City on August 31 was not as clutch as some of the other goals he has scored for the club were, but this goal was a piece of individual brilliance.
The Ivorian's strike was the second goal of the match for City and it solidified a victory over the visiting Tigers at the Etihad Stadium.
The top goal from the first weekend in the English Premier League came from an unlikely source.
That source was the left foot of Everton's Ross Barkley.
Barkley took a pass from Seamus Coleman, and after one touch he blasted his left-footed shot past Norwich keeper John Ruddy.
Barkley and the Toffees went on to draw the match with Norwich 2-2.
Our next great goal comes from another unexpected source in Fulham U21 player Alex Brister.
The 19-year-old defender, who has moved through the club's academy and into the U21 team, delivered a ridiculous strike from the right side of the pitch against Middlesbrough's U21 team.
According to his biography on Fulham's website, Brister used to play at the forward position before moving to full-back, which explains his exceptional talent when striking volleys like this one.
At just 23, Vladimir Weiss has already played for six clubs, three of them on loan, during his professional career.
This season, Weiss ended up in Greece with Olympiakos, which means he was on the pitch for Tuesday's UEFA Champions League match against Paris St. Germain.
Against the Parisians, Weiss scored the only Olympiakos goal of the match with this individual effort that saw him dance past two defenders.
Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey has been on fire to begin the season.
Ramsey has scored six goals in eight matches across all competitions at club and international level.
In his latest match, Ramsey scored a brace against Sunderland with the first of the two goals being this stunning volley.
The Wales international went on to score nine minutes later in the Gunners' 3-1 victory.
The final goal on this list comes from the latest round of World Cup qualifiers in Europe.
The Serbia and Manchester City left-back Aleksandar Kolarov sent this blistering goal into the right corner of the net against Wales on September 10 at Cardiff City Stadium.
Kolarov and Serbia did win that night over Wales, but they were eliminated from qualifying for the World Cup that same night.
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