FIFA 14 Compilation: Best Goals Since PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Release

Nick Akerman@NakermanFeatured ColumnistNovember 24, 2013

FIFA 14 Compilation: Best Goals Since PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Release

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    Bleacher Report's latest run down of FIFA 14 goals has a next-gen feel.

    PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users will be getting to grip with EA Sports' updated title. The transition period has seen a number of memorable goals uploaded to YouTube, which of course, has grabbed our interest.

    Sit back, relax, and welcome to the next-gen.

An Overheard Kick to Begin

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    YouTube User: Stephen Coorey

    Wingers remain immensely popular this year, mainly because there isn't an effective way to continually defend against crosses. While headers are extremely useful, bicycle kicks still ramp up the excitement.

    This goal is impressive due to the angle of the overhead strike. A casual cross is played into a box that is crammed with defenders. The forward has little room to move, but with one acrobatic effort, he sticks the ball beyond the near post and into the net.

    Not an easy goal to replicate, that's for sure.

A Klaas Goal

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    YouTube User: Casey Gabriel

    From one overhead kick to another.

    This one is a little more spectacular due to distance and the insane way Klaas-Jan Huntelaar flips his body to get accuracy and power behind the ball. The Dutchman isn't one of the highest-rated forwards in the game, but he sure knows how to finish a ball.

    Brownie points are added for the celebration, too.

A Triple-Whammy to Finish

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    YouTube User: Down 2 Gaming

    While the first two goals on this list aren't particularly special, the Ashley Cole finish at the end deserves your attention.

    Chelsea's full-back isn't known for lashing the ball away, but he does exactly that in this video. This goal really shows off FIFA 14's "Pure Shot" mechanics and highlights why it can be useful to smash the ball first time.

    Think you can do better? Show us your goals in the comments section below or fire them over to me on Twitter: