VIDEO : Goals of the Week from Premier League Gameweek 14

Premier League was no short of exciting this midweek and here are some of the outrageous goals.


The Premier League returned to midweek in the game-week 14 and they produced as many as 15 goals worthy of being on the list of goals of the week. But sadly due to constraints, we are limiting our list to 3 but are providing the videos for all as it will be criminal to not include them.

Special mentions:

1.) All Manchester United Goals vs Watford.

2.) All Arsenal goals vs Huddersfield.

3.) Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez goals vs Tottenham:

4.) All Liverpool FC goals vs Stoke:


Top 3:

3.)Raheem Sterling(Manchester City) vs Southampton:

The stoppage time winner by the English winger ensured that City maintain their healthy gap at the top. The goal was brilliant. Sterling found Kevin de Bruyne on the edge of the Saints’ half right at the death. The Belgian drew away the 4 defenders to himself before he passed it back to Sterling who was in acres of space. The former Liverpool man curled in a beautiful right-footer into the right top corner giving Forster no chance to save.

2.)Olivier Giroud(Arsenal FC) vs Huddersfield:

Arsenal suddenly played like the brilliant fluid they are known for. Giroud’s first goal reminded many of the wonderful Wilshere goals a few years back. The move started with Ramsay finding Özil near the center line. The German found left back Kolasinac with his pass, who passed the ball back to him. The 2014 world cup winner then played another one-two, this time with Alexis Sanchez. Özil then found an unmarked Giroud inside the box who calmly turned it in.

1.) Wayne Rooney(Everton FC) vs West Ham:

Wayne Mark Rooney is back on the score sheet, and this time with a hat-trick. His hat-trick goal is our Goal of the Week. West Ham keeper Joe Hart became a sweeper keeper came out to clear from Calvert Lewin and kicked the ball into the Everton half. An onrushing Rooney took a first time shot with the ball approaching towards him from around 4-5 yards inside the Everton half. His shot landed directly in goal, in spite of Hart rushing back and centre-back Ogbonna valiantly trying to stop the ball with his hand. The goal will be one to remember for ages.