Our 5 picks of the best strikes this weekend...

          Playmaker's Top Drawer

          2020/06/29 16:07
          By Daniel Oliveira

          With the top two tiers of English football back in full flow alongside Europe's big four leagues, there was plenty to chose from as we narrowed down the five best goals of the weekend for your viewing pleasure...

          Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim) v Borussia Dortmund

          It's a rare enough occurance for a player to score a brace or even a hat-trick away at Borussia Dortmund, but on the final matchday of the Bundesliga season, Andrej Kramarić managed to slam in four unanswered goals in a stunning display that gifted his Hoffenheim side Europa League football next season.

          The Croatian international was feeling so confident after securing the match ball that he then decided to go for a 'no-look' penalty for his fourth, in a tribute to former Hoffenheim forward Roberto Firmino.

          James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) v Watford

          As James Ward-Prowse has grown into the public's conscience, he's done it mainly through his outrageous ability and technique from dead ball situations, and this weekend was no different, as the English midfielder whipped in a gorgeous free kick for insurance in Southampton's 3-1 win over Watford.

          Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) v Valencia

          This goal might not only make our top five this weekend, but possibly the season, as Villarreal produced one of the best efforts seen in Spain this season during a 2-0 win over rivals Valencia. It all started when goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo, inside his own half, punted the ball upfield, before Spanish magician, Santi Cazorla, managed to cushion it perfectly into the path of teammate Gerard Moreno. And without even thinking, the striker produced a first time volley with his left foot that ripped into the back of the net.

          Lewis Grabban (Nottingham Forest) v Huddersfield

          Two goals from Lewis Grabban helped move Nottingham Forest up to a promising fourth in the Championship table with 3-1 victory over a struggline Huddersfield Town. Grabban's first goal is a thing of beauty with a stunning first-half volley.

          Gary Gardner (Birmingham) v Hull City

          In a six goal thriller at St. Andrews, Hull City were leading by two goals, when Gary Gardner halved the deficit with a tremendous drive from 25 yards that flew into bottom corner of the net. Hull would go on to lead once more through Herbie Kane before Gardner again stepped up to claim a point, but his second wasn't a patch on his Top Drawer first effort...

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