Goals from the World Cup and La Liga are included…
FIFA have just announced the shortlist for the Puskas award. The award is given each year to the best goal over the preceding twelve months. You can vote for the winner here.
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These are the ten best goals from between 3 October 2013 and 26 September 2014. Sadly the time frame means that Eric Lamela’s rabona goal from a few weeks ago has missed out.
Here are the top ten goals according to FIFA. Who do you think should win the prize?
Tim Cahill, Australia v Netherlands
A belter of a goal from the Everton legend, sadly it wasn’t enough for the Aussies to win the game.