Moments if Weren’t Filmed Nobody Would Believe

We are excited to share with you some of the most powerful goals and unusual moments  in the history of football.

These goals were not only beautiful to watch, but they have also changed the nature  of football history.

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In the quarter-final match of the 1986 World Cup, Argentina and England faced each other. Diego Maradona scored what is known as the “Hand of God” goal, where he punched the ball into the net with his hand.

Marco van Basten’s Volley (1988)

In the final of the 1988 European Championship, the Netherlands faced the Soviet Union. In the 54th minute, Marco van Basten scored one of the greatest goals in football history.

He connected with a cross from Arnold Mühren with a stunning volley that went over the Soviet goalkeeper and into the top corner of the net.


Zinedine Zidane’s Champions League Final Goal (2002)

In the 2002 Champions League final between Real Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen, Zinedine Zidane scored a breathtaking goal.

In the 45th minute, a cross from Roberto Carlos was met with a left-footed volley from Zidane, which sailed into the top corner of the net. This goal helped Real Madrid secure their ninth Champions League title.


Lionel Messi’s Maradona-esque Goal (2007)
In a match against Getafe in 2007, Lionel Messi scored a goal that drew comparisons to Diego Maradona’s famous solo goal in the 1986 World Cup.

Messi received the ball in his own half and dribbled past five Getafe players before scoring. The goal has been hailed as one of the best solo goals in football history.

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Pelé’s Goal in the 1970 World Cup Final

In the final of the 1970 World Cup, Brazil faced Italy. In the 18th minute, Pelé scored what many consider to be the greatest team goal in football history. Brazil played a series of one-touch passes that involved eight players before Pelé finished the move with a delicate chip over the Italian goalkeeper.

These are just a few of the most powerful goals in the history of football. Each of these goals has left an indelible mark on the game and will be remembered for generations to come.

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