Premier League action is back again after the international break and with HER, SHE brings a whole lot of spectacular goals. Here are our pick for the best goal from the week 4:
3.) Pascal Gross (Burton and Hove Albion) vs West Bromwich Albion:
Brighton enjoyed their first win since promotion back to the premier league after a win over West Bromwich. The second goal by German Pascal Gross stands out in their 3-1 victory. Markus Suttner’s ball from the left was well controlled by Israeli striker Tomer Hemed before finding fellow forward Pascal in acres of space. The German international ran with the ball a few yards before a producing brilliant right footed ground shot that gave Ben Foster no chance from preventing the ball from finding the far right bottom corner of the net.
2.) Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) vs AFC Bournemouth:
Arsenal fought back from their humiliating 0-4 drubbing at Anfield to win 3-0 against The Cherries at the Emirates Stadium. The second goal by record signing Lacazette stands out and is number 2 on our list. Mesut Özil’s long ball from the midfield found the French striker outside the Bournemouth penalty area. His little touch found team mate Danny Welbeck who found him back with another. The Frenchman then set it up nicely to unleash a curling right footer on to the top right corner giving Asmir Begovic absolutely no chance.
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1.) Daryl Janmaat (Watford) vs Southampton:
Unlike the others on the list, the goal of the week came from the most unlikely of sources in the match between Southampton and Watford at the Saint Mary’s Stadium. The move started when Greek International Jose Holebas’s throw was cleared with consecutive headers by the Saints’ centre-back pairings of Jack Stephens and Wesley Hoedt. The cleared ball was headed down by former Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley into the path of his team mate substitute Daryl Janmaat. The Dutch fullback took a touch to set it up before unleashing a brilliant right footer from about 28 yards. The bullet shot into the bottom left corner gave Fraser Forster no chance to save his team going 0-2 down in the match. The Hornets later won the match 2-0.