Top 5 English Premier League Goals Of the Week
EPL Goals Of the Week
The English Premier League brings us so many wonderful plays on a weekly basis that it is always hard to keep count. There are some big names and some unknown players who manage to step up every now and then by scoring some true beauties. In fact, sometimes the difficulty of choosing some of the best is nearly impossible.
When we think of the Premier League, the names Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Sergio Aguero, Olivier Giroud and Samuel Eto'o come to mind -- nowadays that is. These guys have proven themselves at the highest of levels when it comes to scoring important goals and leading their teams to victories. Some of them are nearing the ends of their careers whereas others are smack dab in the middle of their prime. Regardless, they all deserve the spotlight.
Well, only one of those professionals made the top five goals of the week of the EPL here with an absolute howler. Who he is can be seen later on in the slideshow with a video to satisfy your curiosity. He and four other players have scored goals that are all worthy of the No. 1 spot, but we all know that only a single strike can win that top honor.
Arsenal, Swansea City, Sunderland, Manchester United and Liverpool are the teams that produced the goods this past week. Some of the goals were in losses while others were to help grab all three points. They all deserve a hefty amount of respect.
Now, we take a look at this selection of the EPL's top goals of the week. Also, continue to tune in every Monday for each new addition.
5. Emmanuele Giaccherini Against Arsenal
The Italian international winger surprised many when he left the mighty Juventus to join a rather lowly Premier League side in Sunderland. Sure, money played a factor and the league itself is a bit more competitive than the Serie A, but this kid has too much skill and pace to join a team that has no chance in winning big things.
With this goal, he proves the point -- period.
4. Tomas Rosicky Against Sunderland
The Czech international was always known as a fast, skillful and unselfish midfielder, but after scoring the goal he did against Sunderland at the weekend, he proved that he should still be starting games since he is a crucial element to Arsenal's passing and attacking game.
Check his intelligent goal out below.
3. Jonjo Shelvey Against Liverpool
This man has scored twice in both games against his former side this season. However, it is safe to say that this goal takes the honors of his best yet for the Swans.
2. Jordan Henderson Against Swansea
This kid is continuing to make a name for himself as a defensive midfielder who can also score goals when he has to. This strike is simply stunning.
1. Wayne Rooney Against Crystal Palace
The man who takes top honors is none other than the No. 10 of Manchester United. This goal shows you why.
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