Goal of the tournament

Discussion in 'World Cup 2014 Brazil' started by Maltin, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. Maltin

    Maltin Well-Known Member

    You can watch and vote for the goal of the tournament here on FIFA's website.


    I think the best is James Rodriguez's goal against Uruguay, although his goal against Japan weren't bad either.

    I hadn't seen all of them before. Villa's cheeky backheel against Australia was good and Messi's goal against Bosnia and Hervegovina was quality too.

    Messi has two goals nominated and started a third.

    England feature once, on the end of an Italian goal.

    What was your favorite goal of the tournament?
  2. pocketscience

    pocketscience Well-Known Member

    A toss up between Rodriguez vs Uraguay and Cahill vs Holland...
    Cahill just pips it for me.
  3. mwgdrwg

    mwgdrwg Be a Pisces. Jam. Enforced Holiday Banned

    Van Persie's header for me. The technique, timing, and the way it changed the game.
  4. goldenecitrone

    goldenecitrone ubi sunt

    Considering the timing and the importance of the goal, it has to be Gotze.
  5. stavros

    stavros Well-Known Member

    Schurrle's second against Brazil was pretty impressive, albeit against an already thrashed team.
  6. Batboy

    Batboy Trumpeting is good for you...

    This and I would add probably the greatest headed goal ever.

    Normally it's a kick that wins this. If you watch Van Persie he knows exactly what he is doing, he has sighted the positioning of the keeper, judged the flight of the ball and launched himself with a looping header perfectly placed into the net, no luck, no hit and hope, planned and used with the head and brain, it was genius, but Robben is still a diving cheating cunt.
  7. Maltin

    Maltin Well-Known Member

    The top 5 goals voted for were:

    1 Rodriguez v Uruguay
    2 van Persie v Spain
    3 Rodriguez v Japan
    4 Goetze v Argentina
    5 Luiz v Chile

    Cahill's goal was voted 6th; Schuerrle's 11th.

    The goals shown in ascending order can be seen on the earlier link.

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