By Aydin Reyhan on March 31, 2014
This week's goals can be watched over and over again without feeling the least bit bored. From Ashley Westwood's free-kick to Morgan Amalfitano's sensational midfield rocket, the Premier League once again delivers.
This goal was scored in the 90th minute to equalize for Cardiff City at West Bromwich Albion. This was scored by one of Norwegian soccer's rising stars who surely has a bright future ahead of him.
Aston Villa scored only once against Manchester United in a heavy 4-1 loss, but this was a sensational free-kick that looked textbook, but still managed to get me off my seat.
Fulham once again lost at home, but the goal that this kid scored had me screaming because individual goals are scored by heroes ... and this kid is quickly becoming one of the club's best.
This was one of the night's beauties in a match that ended 3-3 between West Brom and Cardiff City. Take a look and see why.
The was the game-opener between West Brom and Cardiff and the title is well-deserved as the kid unleashed a beast from nowhere. Well done, Morgan. This is definitely the Premier League goal of the week.
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