Free-Kick Travels 30 Yards, Swerves 10, The Keeper Had Zero Chance

Many know the Swedish legend, Henrik Larsson. His son, Jordan is making a name for himself with this incredible free-kick in the 75th minute. Currently playing in the Swedish top flight for Helsingborg IF, Larsson's free-kick needed both power and finesse. With the free-kick from 30 yards out, Larsson needed the power to make it to the goal, but also the finesse to beat the keeper. This was his second goal of the match. During the 6th minute he creatively chipped the keeper. You don't see skills like this every day. It must be the genes. 

Champions League Semi Final Goals - April 27, 2016

From the first few minutes, we already knew this match was going to be much better than yesterday's. With a group of supporters backing Bayern, they held 74% of the possession, however Saúl Ñíguez's Messi esque goal in the 11th minute was a blow to the visitors. The hard fought match would end in a 1 - 0 victory for Madrid. The second leg for Atletico and Bayern will be on May 3, while Real Madrid take on Manchester City the following day. 

This Goalkeeper Never Gave Up And Took Down The Table Leaders By Himself

Currently playing in the Polish top flight, Sebastian Nowak thought the game was over when table leading opponents, Wisla Krakow scored in the second minute of stoppage time. It is safe to assume, Wisla thought they would be victorious on the day as well. However, Nowak had other ideas and one minute later came in unmarked on a corner kick and executed a perfect header to tie the game up. Pandamonium ensued and the match would end in a 2 - 2 draw. 

This Bicycle Kick Should Win The Puskas

The odds your coach wants you trying a 30 yard bicycle kick in a game are probably 0. But Javi Gomez doesn't care what manager Ángel García Cabezali thinks, and that's a good thing because the UD Socuéllamos player scored the bicycle kick that could potentially land him on the Puskas list. Gomez chested a deep pass into the air before exectuing a perfect chilena past an out of position keeper. There isn't really much else to say about this goal because it's perfect. Just watch it from this different angle:

It Was a Perfect Opportunity for a Cross, He Scores A Goal Instead

Luis Nani was ready to send in a freekick hoping to find his teammate's head. The angle was difficult for shot on goal, however Nani is not your average football player. Instead of swinging in a cross, Nani went for goal and floated it into the back right corner over the keeper's outstretched paw. Nani's goal put Turkish giants, Fenerbahce up 2 - 0 right before half time. RVP would add a third in the 90'. 

He's Just 20 And He Hurt A Club's European Dreams

Espanyol played the role of a spoiler tonight against Celta de Vigo. Celta are plying for a spot in Europa League and their chances took a hit today when Marco Asensio scored an amazing half volley from 25 yards out. The 38th minute equalizer was beautiful as the forward controlled a clearance and fired home. Espanyol currently sit at 15th in the La Liga table and Celta will need to starting earning three points instead of one if they want to make it to Europa League.

Dries Mertens Completes Hat Trick With This Stunning Goal

With the blink of an eye, the ball was in the back of the net and Napoli were celebrating. Dries Merten's third goal of the night was a stunningly powerful shot that beat Bologna keeper, Antonio Mirante. The Belgian international received the ball on his left, beat one defender and ripped a right footed shot in the top right corner. He scored in the 58th, 80th and 88th with his last one being the best. Napoli would go on to crush Bologna 6 - 0. 

23 Of The Best Goals You'll Ever See

The digital editors over at MLS have created an astounding compilation video comprised of each MLS team’s best goal ever. The video includes goals from all 20 current MLS clubs, as well as the best from the now defunct Chivas USA, Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny.

Entering its 21st season, MLS may not have as large of a selection size as the Premier League or La Liga (especially so for clubs like New York City FC, Orlando City SC and the Montreal Impact) but there are some absolute beauties in this mix.

Snodgrass Curls In Last Gasp Freekick to Lift Hull City Over Wolverhampton Wanderers

When it is potentially the last kick of the match, you need to make the most of it and Hull City's Robert Snodgrass took advantage of a prime freekick opportunity. In the 4th minute of stoppage time, the scored was tied at 1. Hull's faint hopes of automatic promotion to the Premier League were on the line. Snodgrass stepped up in a big moment, curled the freekick off the bar, hitting Wanderer's keeper, Carl Ikeme's back and into the net. While it will go down in the post match report as an own goal, Snodgrass's curling effort was simply spectacular.

Filthy Finish By Marcus Rashford

When you are 18-years-old and you play for arguably the most noticeable club in the world, you're not supposed to score 6 goals in your first 11 games. But that's what Marcus Rashford has done since LVG called his name to the first team. Rashford kicked off the scoring against West Ham in the FA Cup quarterfinals. The youngster received the ball at the edge off the box after a West Ham turnover and then showed off his footwork before burying a shot off the upper 90 crossbar. So smooth, so pretty.