Monday, November 28, 2022



Top 10 best goals of the week – Top European Leagues



PlayOn99 News put together the top ten of the best goals of the week in the five major European leagues in Europe and you can’t miss it. Review the best shots, plays and skills left by players in the Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1.

1. Gavi – Barcelona

Gavi scored one of the goals in Barcelona’s victory over Elche and aroused the amazement of the entire world. The young star of La Liga was dispatched with this tremendous goal where he showed his skills, eluded players and defined with quality. At PlayOn99 News we tell you about him.

2. Loren Morón – Espanyol

Loren Morón scored the only goal for Espanyol in the fall against Celta de Vigo. The Spanish striker made his debut in the networks scoring his first goal in LaLiga and it was useless. Was beautiful to score in the middle of the field.

3. Juan Cuadrado – Juventus

Juan Guillermo Cuadrado scored Juventus’ second goal in their Serie A win over Bologna. The Colombian took the ball to the edge of the area and, without an angle, took a tremendous shot at the goalkeeper far post.

4. Iván Rakitic – Seville

Iván Rakitic woke Atlético Madrid up early with the first goal for his team, Sevilla, in the victory for La Liga. The Croatian received more than 20 meters from the goal and put the ball where the spiders sleep.

5. Nahuel Molina – Udinese

Nahuel Molina scored Udinese’s third goal in the win against Cagliari. The Argentine defender was possessed by the soul of Pavard and took a tremendous shot. You have to pay attention to the way he puts his foot and the effect of the ball.

6. Joao Cancelo – Manchester City

Joao Cancelo wrote his name in Manchester City’s defeat of Newcastle by scoring his team’s second goal. The Portuguese has no fixed position and appeared in the middle of the field to dribble and shoot.

7. Alexis Sánchez – Internazionale

Alexis Sánchez returned to the goal with the Inter shirt in the 5-0 win against Salernitana. The Chilean culminated a great collective play that he starred in alongside Hakan Calhanoglu and Edin Dzeko.

8. Iñaki Williams – Athletic Bilbao

Iñaki Williams scored the temporary tie for Athletic Bilbao to return the result against Real Betis. The Basque striker entered the area and fired violently at the goalkeeper near post.

9. Nicoló Zaniolo – Rome

Nicoló Zaniolo finished off a good counterattack on Roma’s second goal against Atalanta. The forward pivoted from cue in midfield, received the assistance of Jordan Veretout and defined calmly.

10. Marco Richter – Hertha Berlin

Marco Richter scored a double for Hertha Berlin to beat Borussia Dortmund and we took the first of his goals. When the play got dirty and he asked him to go back, the German shot at the goal with the toe of his boot.



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