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People were discussing their favourites on social media this weekend, with a number cropping up more than once.
Obviously there was appreciation for some Wengerball, some out of this world Lionel Messi brilliance, and even Victor Wanyama.
Take a look at our top five below...
Arjen Robben, Bayern Munich
Everyone loves a volley, and the way that this one squeezes through a packed penalty area to somehow find the bottom corner is exquisite. From back in 2010, this Robben strike helped Bayern Munich to overcome Manchester United in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Victor Wanyama, Tottenham
There had to be one piledriver, and this is an absolute thunderb*stard of a strike from Wanyama. From a 2-2 draw with Liverpool back in 2018, both sides actually scored again after this 80th-minute equaliser.
Paul Pogba, Juventus
Gotta be Pogba against Udinese I think it was pic.twitter.com/d5uiDII3jU
- Michael (@Mickle0002) February 5, 2021
Before he became the player Graeme Souness loves to hate, Pogba was proving his undeniable talent at Juventus. It's always satisfying to watch a ball apparently going wide, only to curve into the top corner - and this is one of the best of its type.
Lionel Messi, Barcelona
There are countless Messi wondergoals that could have made it in here, but we've gone with this excellent chip against Real Betis from 2019. The sheer nerve and outrageously casual dink over the goalkeeper are frankly incredible.
Jack Wilshere, Arsenal
You knew it was coming. This goal may be the ultimate expression of Wengerball, and it has to be one of the best team goals to have ever been scored. Every single pass was inch perfect, and it will always brighten your day to watch.
Honourable mention: Benjamin Pavard, France
While it wasn't nominated by many, this excellent volley from Pavard will always be remembered as the goal that sums up the 2018 World Cup. The curve, the power, the importance in France's World Cup win, it has it all.
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