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The best 7 goals of the Premier League 2014/15

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The best 7 goals of the Premier League 2014/15

What makes a good goal? Incredible skill? Team work? A sweetly connected volley?

It's hard to say really. I suppose it's just one that makes you sit up and think 'Crikey Moses, how the bloody hell did he do that?' Well, here is a compilation of the best 'bloody hell' goals of the 2014/15 season.

7. Angel Di Maria vs Leicester

This might have been the reason Manchester United were so blindsided with cockiness, causing them to lose, but it's difficult to blame them because it was a beautiful little dinker. 


6. Jermaine Defoe Vs. Newcastle

When there's fierce rivalry in your neighbourhood, who you gonna call? Jermaine Colin Defoe, that's who. 


5. Bobby Zamora vs. West Brom

"When you're sat in Row Z, and the ball hits your head, that's Zamora!" That chant was promptly discontinued after this thing of beauty from the 34-year-old. He's scored a staggering 12 goals for QPR since joining them in 2012 and this just one of them.


4. Matt Philips vs. Crystal Palace

"Remember the name," Philips said after he scored this corker. "We'll try," we replied.


3.Giroud vs. Manchester

Some days he's the best in the world, some days he's just alright. This day was the former. 



2. Nikica Jelavić vs. Newcastle

Newcastle have a job on their hands this weekend to avoid relegation, and it's easy to see how they've got into their position when they allow this sort of showboatery to occur. 


1. Charlie Adam vs. The World

He's sexy, he's sophisticated and he's rumoured to be starring opposite Emma Stone in a new rom-com this summer. You know who I'm talking about. It's Charlie bloody Adam. Rumoured to have joined Stoke because it meant less running, Adam scored this because he clearly couldn't be arsed to make a run for it. And I applaud that mentally. 


(And finally, this is England's new striker, Jamie Vardy, riding a bike through the Austrian spa town of Bad Radkersburg.)






Tagged: season, premier league, goals

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