Soccer is the most popular game in the world and the most loved one too, with an estimated fan base of 3.5 Billion people. If you are one of them, there is no way you wouldn’t want to know about the popular goals scored in the game. In order to make you feel like a pro at soccer fan, below is a quick list of top ten goals that left the audience stunned. Let’s kick it:
- Most Popular Top Ten Soccer Goals
Most Popular Top Ten Soccer Goals
Brazil’s Marta Vieira de Silva’s Stunning Goal:
Famous for being the female equivalent of Pele, Marta left the spectators in awe at the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup against the USA, when she got the game. Although Brazil’s women lost the tournament, this one of Ten Soccer Goals was quite talked about.
Andre Vasquez’s First Goal:
Scoring the first goal in a league play is like making your mark when you have just entered the soccer world. Vasquez scored the goal, making it one of the boldest and strongest ones in the history.
Roberto Carlos’ Victory Goal:
Exactly a year before France beat Brazil in the World Cup Final in 1998, Carlos managed to kick the ball at 40-45 feet in the match against France. It was thought that the ball would pass the goal post but it turned left when in the last five yards.
The Bicycle Kick by Rivaldo:
If bicycle kicks are the question than this one by Rivaldo is perhaps the most successful one. This master kick led Barcelona to a superb win against Valencia in the 90th minute to be exact.
Johan Cyruff’s Wonder Goal:
When robotic-like play was a massive charmer in the game of soccer, Cyruff’s superb goal in Eredivisie league game left the audience stunned. He also ensured that the defender would not get to it in time and therefore it was beautifully played.
Maxi Rodriguez’s 25 Yard Laser:
When extra time was announced between Argentina and Mexico, Rodriquez scored a goal which landed outside the penalty box and passed the goalkeeper as well. This one led Argentina to the quarterfinals of World Cup 2006.
Pele’s World Cup Goal:
This jaw dropping goal scored by Pele in the 55th minute of the game left Sweden out of contention in the final’s second half. It was an amazing goal which did capture many hearts in the stadium. This amazing goal was scored in world cup 1958.
Scoring the “Hand of God” goal in the match against England, made 1986 Maradona’s year and his World Cup too. He was arrogant, talented and a player with excellent abilities.
Tony Yeboah’s Winning Move:
Yeboah in the act to warm up took a number of touches before finally hitting the final goal that not only brought victory to the team but also made him the winner of the Goal of the Season award.
Marco Van Basten
Striking at an unusual goal, Basten left the audience in awe when he managed to score this goal against the Soviet Union.