For our top goal of the week, we turn to the Europa League playoffs, where Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven took on Austrian side SV Ried.
After the first leg ended 0-0 in Austria, the second leg in the Netherlands set up to be the decider. PSV led just 1-0 after the first hour, but with the prospect of a Ried away goal, the tie was still in the balance.
In the 67th minute, young Dutch forward Jermain Lens broke away from the defenders, then took a touch to avoid the charging German keeper Thomas Gebauer (who came way too far out of goal).
When his touch failed him, Lens found himself at the end line by the corner flag with a defender between him, seemingly missing his golden opportunity to take advantage of the keeper's mistake.
However, despite the angle, Lens used the outside of his right foot to loft the ball over the defender and bend the ball in the net off the post and put the tie out of reach.
Gebauer got to the ball just in time to push it further into the net, accentuating his horrendous error, but the ball was going in anyway.
The incredible angle at which this goal was struck at makes this the best goal of the week.