Goals

Watch: Finnish Announcers Go Nuts Over Incredible Last-Second Winner To Reach 2022 Euros

Finland is heading back to the Women’s Euros for the fourth time thanks to one of the best tournament-qualifying goals you’ll ever see. This Finland goal vs Portugal gave the home side a wild 1-0 victory in the final seconds.

Finland and Portugal entered Friday’s penultimate Euro qualifier at Helsinki Football Stadium knowing a win for either side would secure a place in England 2022. A loss would likely mean going through the playoff to earn a berth at next year’s European Championship. For 90 minutes, it appeared neither side would find the breakthrough.

Goalkeeper Scores One Of The Cleanest Half Volleys You Will Ever See In Epic Comeback Win

Three points seemed out of the question for 3. Liga side Ingolstadt as the league title contenders trailed 1-0 with only two minutes of stoppage time left on Saturday. Then came the craziest 70 seconds of soccer, which featured a goalkeeper goal and a last-minute winner to give Ingolstadt all three points.

Let’s start with what you came for: that gorgeous goalkeeper volley.

Bayer Leverkusen’s Double Nutmeg Backheel Goal Is An Early Puskás Frontrunner

Bayer Leverkusen missed a chance to go to the top of the Bundesliga table on Saturday, but it wasn’t from lack of trying from the team’s No. 11. Eintracht Frankfurt rallied for a 2-1 victory through an Amin Younes strike and an unfortunate Edmond Tapsoba own goal. Neither will be remembered as long as the Nadiem Amiri goal vs Frankfurt.

Fastest Goals Scored From Kickoff

In this video, we take a look at a few of the fastest goals ever scored in professional soccer games. Alex Morgan tallied her fastest goal around 10 seconds after the U.S. began playing Costa Rica. Not to be outdone, Saudi Arabian Nawaf Al-Abed scored just 2 seconds into his match.

This Delicious Lorenzo Insigne Assist Will Spoil Your Dinner

Pizza, pasta, wine, espresso, gelato — and now this Lorenzo Insigne assist vs Bosnia and Herzegovina. Italy truly is home to some of the most delicious dishes in the world. 

Italy went into Wednesday needing a win over already relegated Bosnia in Sarajevo to ensure qualification for the Nations League Finals. Andrea Belotti put the Azzurri on track for all three points in the 22nd minute. But the finish was pure lava Hot Pocket waste compared to the sublime brick-oven pizza that was Insigne’s assist.

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