10 Best Premier League Goals of the Weekend in GIFs
As usual, the Premier League served up a number of top-quality goals this weekend. We're here to bring them to you in GIF* form.
We saw well-worked team goals and incredible solo strikes, which led to one or two stunning results.
1. Morgan Amalfitano - West Bromwich vs. Manchester United
Morgan Amalfitano had to do most of the work alone for his solo strike, and he did it with plenty of quality. He nutmegged Rio Ferdinand, feinted to shoot and chipped David de Gea in what was a great run.
2. Jordon Mutch - Fulham vs. Cardiff City
Jordon Mutch gets the second spot for scoring a match-winning goal that was an absolute rocket from outsiide the 18-yard box. The fact that he hit it with his weaker foot makes it even more remarkable.
3. Bryan Ruiz - Fulham vs. Cardiff City
Ruiz scored an absolutely beautiful goal with a left-footed curler from outside the box. It had just the right mixture of power and pace.
4. Ricky Lambert - Southampton vs. Crystal Palace
Ricky Lambert continued to show his quality with a great free-kick from a somewhat difficult angle. He was able to keep the ball well away from Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni, and the shot had plenty of power.
5. Leandro Bacuna - Aston Villa vs. Manchester City
Leandro Bacuna left Joe Hart stranded with an excellent free-kick from about 20 yards out.
6. Saido Berahino - West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester United
Saido Berahino put himself in West Bromwich Albion folklore with a well-placed left-footed shot from outside the box. The clip in play shows only the end result of some good build-up play from the Baggies.
7. Aaron Ramsey - Swansea City vs. Arsenal
The slick passing is what really gets this goal on the list, though Aaron Ramsey's ferocious finish was definitely needed to finish off the move.
8. Ben Davies - Swansea City vs. Arsenal
There may have been a little luck involved in this goal, but it's the run by Ben Davies and the sublime pass from Wilfried Bony that gets it into the top 10.
9. Steven Caulker - Fulham vs. Cardiff City
Steven Caulker got up to power in a header and put Cardiff City into the lead. The former Tottenham defender did well to get that kind of power on the ball while slightly leaning in the air.
10. Pablo Osvaldo - Southampton vs. Crystal Palace
Pablo Osvaldo showed his strength and accurate finishing with this finish. He placed it with enough power and precision that made it difficult to stop at close range.
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