Yoosof Farah's Top Five EPL Goals: Matchday 4

Yoosof FarahSenior Writer IIISeptember 16, 2008

Here are my top five goals from matchday four in the Barclay's Premier League.

5) Zoltan Gera - Fulham

The Hungarian international put Fulham 1-0 up when he smashed home a volley on 15 minutes. After Bobby Zamora's cross from the left was only cleared to the edge of the box, Gera picked up the ball and fired a volley through the defence and past the unsighted Jussi Jaaskalainen. A great game for Gera who also won the man of the match award.

4) Carlitos Tevez - Manchester United

Carlos Tevez got Manchester United off to a great start when he scored with just three minutes gone.

Dimitar Berbatov made an instant impact on his debut for the Red Devils, setting up the goal for Carlos Tevez. After being freed down the right from an Anderson pass, Berba held off Carragher and played the ball across for Tevez, who made no mistake by rifling a brilliant shot that bent it's way into the top corner with style.

3) Bobby Zamora - Fulham

A great goal by Bobby Zamora put Fulham 2-0 up on 41 minutes. After expertly spinning out of a double challenge from both Danny Shittu and Gavin McCann on the edge of the box, Zamora took a couple of paces before unleashing a powerful shot past Jaaskalainen and into the bottom left corner of the net.

2) Frank Lampard - Chelsea

A great goal from Lampard that capped off a wonderful flowing move with a fantastic finish. After playing a neat one-two with Florent Malouda, Lampard skipped past the challenge of City skipper Richard Dunne before hitting a great left-foot finish past Joe Hart in the City goal. A great goal for Chelsea to give them a 2-1 lead, and a great goal for Lampard who so far has had a great start to the campaign.

1) Robinho - Manchester City

It took only 13 minutes for the most expensive player in the history of British football to announce his arrival in the best league in the world, with a stunning free-kick from 25 yards. Robinho stunned everyone inside the City of Manchester Stadium when he used his Brazilian magic to curl the ball round Petr Cech and into the back of the net. A moment of magic that says two things: Robinho is here and he is ready to score goals, and that City have made a great signing.

My top five goals from matchday four in the Barclay's Premier League.