Best Goal you have ever seen

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  1. moggymoz

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    Jim Melrose, volley from the half way line.
     
  2. city saint

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    a dave Watson bullet header cant remember who against or denis tuearts overhead kick
     
  3. moon

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    Probably this 1 v Ipswich about 2 minutes into video
     
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    Ronaldo againt juventus has to be up there.
     
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    Jack wilshere for Arsenal, one touch football in the lead up to the goal was ridiculous.
     
  6. blue b4 the moon

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    I'd love to see the Melrose goal again to see if it was as good as it looked from the open corner of the kippax but, sadly there's no footage.

    Many others have been mentioned, some brilliant in themselves others more for the moment.

    Unless I've missed these on the thread, Alan Kernaghan v Leicester beat 3/4 players then lobbed the keeper from just over the halfway line & who could forget the 5th in the 5-1 are other standout ones.
     
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    Can't believe we're 3 pages in & nobody has mentioned Jamie "twinkle toes" Pollocks screamer against QPR.
     
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  8. Keeper!

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    Cyril Regis WBA v City at Maine road, the whole of the ground gave him a standing ovation, a simply magnificent goal, from a great and very underrated player.
     
  9. ChicagoBlue

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    Marcelo’s banana free kick from about 35 yds with the outside of his left foot was a bit special.

    Gundogan’s derby goal, which saw us keep the ball for about 2 mins before the goal, with no United players touching the ball, was about as good as it gets for a team goal...and the moment was a good time to do it.
     
  10. city saint

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    that's the one thanks love a bullet header
     
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