Top 5 Serie A Goals of Week 28

By Riccardo Di Julio

Top 5 Serie A Goals of Week 28

Pirlo Juventus Genoa
Photo provided by Juventus' official Facebook page

With Napoli's and Roma's victories over Torino and Udinese on Monday, another week of Serie A has finally come to an end. While Juventus is closer to the third consecutive title every day, Bologna, Sassuolo and Catania keep consistently struggling to remain in Serie A for the next year.

This week, No. 28, had a significant increase in terms of goals compared to the previous two, with a total of 31. Here are the top five goals.

5. Mattia Destro Against Udinese

This goal represents a classic scenario for Italian soccer, reminding fans of the good times in which teams were completely moved by the so-called Trequartisti.

A perfect long-distance pass by Francesco Totti to the fast Gervinho to then complete a perfect counterattack in the feet of Mattia Destro.

4. Antonio Cassano Against AC Milan

An infinite talent that will most likely end a career without playing a World Cup, Antonio Cassano's second goal in Parma's 4-2 victory over AC Milan is a clear demonstration of his perfect moment of form that he and the entire team is going through.

Enjoy how he is able to evade Nigel de Jong with just one touch.

3. Amauri Against AC Milan

This is the other amazing goal in Parma-Milan. Amauri Carvalho de Oliveira, with a stupendous back heel, perfectly punctuates the Rossoneri's ridiculous dark moment.

The ball going through Marco Amelia's legs is even mocking to the fans.

2. Juan Cuadrado Against Chievo Verona

With this amazing combination with David Pizarro, Juan Cuadrado scored his first league goal of the season.

It is just absolutely absurd the way he already knows his teammate will send the ball there and how easy he makes it seem to finish.

1. Andrea Pirlo Against Genoa

When the game gets tough, tough players come along. There is no quote to more perfectly describe Andrea Pirlo's late winning goal over Genoa. It was magic that is worthy of a Scudetto and a page of history.

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