10 Best Soccer Goals Of All Time

Soccer has a history of centuries and is an artistic game filled with beauty in nearly every part of the game. Whether it be head goal or a dive to stop a lethal shot, this sport continues to entertain us.

And not only the game but the great players also like Ronaldo, Messi, Salah and much more add that energy which makes it even more popular.

Best Soccer Goals

Today, we decided to share with you 10 of the best soccer goals ever scored and to be honest, it was quite a hectic task because every goal seems to be of maximum brilliance.

So, let us not keep you waiting anymore…Here is a round of 10 best goals in the history of soccer.

Lionel Messi

We couldn’t resist to give Messi no.1 spot. Not because we or the world likes him very much but the beauty of his technique and the way he kicks the ball, backed with a solid team work.

This one is from 2007. Messi is playing for Barcelona and against Getafe. This one had some similarities to that of Diego Maradona’s strike 20 years ago. Their starting and finishing positions are exactly the same and here, Messi tricked 4 players before kicking the ball into the net. See for yourself.

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Diego Maradona

A very famous goal in the history of soccer was by Maradona. This was scored in the 1986 World Cup against England and is one hell of a strategic goal which isn’t easy to score.

As we said that Messi’s goal had very much similarities to this goal of Maradona, you will see in the video why. He beat 4 players and the goalkeeper before kicking the ball in the goal and was also named as the best player.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovich

Back in 2004, Zlatan goaled a historic goal and stunned the world. This was a very difficult one but Zlatan made it look very easy. Though at the end he calmly pushed the ball into the net but had to go pass five attempts before doing so.

This goal is a demonstration of pure soccer skills and you don’t see it every day. So, enjoy watching this one.

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Roberto Carlos

You have to praise Carlos for this legendary goal. Though during the entire game the audience witnessed three very extraordinary goals but Carlos was the one to entertain us all with his skills. This was a free-kick goal which rattled the French Goalkeeper Fabian Barthez and to this date no one is able to produce a beauty like Carlos did.

The video below shows all the three goals. Needless to say, the second goal in this video is something that you don’t see every day. The second goal in the video is nearly impossible as it was struck from the narrowest angles.

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Carlos Alberto

This is the goal from 1970 World Cup and probably one of the greatest ever witnessed by the world and soccer fans. Not only the goal but the game itself was of extreme beauty. The goal shown in this video was by Carlos Alberto and this Brazilian team also had Pele Jairzinho, Rivelino and Gerson.

The team had won every match during the entire tournament and a 4-1 against Italy in the finals. This was the final match of the tournament and probably one of the best soccer goals were scored as well.

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Marco Van Basten

This Dutch legend has always amazed the world with his brilliant goals. But this one was a legendary one as it was scored on the 54th minute of 1988 European Championship Final. This was the moment when the Germans stood on their feet, appealed and roared for Marco for his incredible goal.

This was an incredible goal and of extreme difficulty but the precision, power and excellence involved was simply brilliant. The amazing thing was the difficult angle from where he looped the ball into the net. Don’t believe us? Watch it for yourself and decide.

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Eric Cantona

This is probably one of our best goals on the list which was scored by Eric Cantona in 1996 where he beat two players he kicked the ball into the net. He also chipped the ball over the keeper’s head right from the edge of penalty area.

After scoring the goal he stood on the corner spot and celebrated, slowly pirouetting as the crowd roared and made the moment very memorable. Do watch his goal on YouTube and see for yourself.

Dennis Bergkamp

A popular soccer player known for his amazing soccer skills and control over the ball throughout the field. This goal of Dennis was for Arsenal and against Newcastle back in 2002 which left everyone in the audience stunned.

This one was a difficult goal as Dennis flicked the ball backwards around the defenders and rushed to the opposite side to collect and score the goal. Still not impressed? You got to see the video for yourself below.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovich

Back in 2012 Zlatan stunned the entire world by scoring one of the best goal every in the history of soccer. This was scored against England and their goal keeper Joe Hart made a very poor headed clearance and this gave Zlatan the chance turned on his heels, leapt into the air and finally looped an overhead kick 30 yards away.

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George Weah

You already know the legendary George Weah when he scored the incredible goal for Milan back in 1996 and managed to pick up the ball right from his penalty area, ran through the entire length of the pitch, slot past the opposition goal keeper and evaded three defenders with ease and kicked the ball into the net.

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