The game of football without goals is as tasteless as food without salt. The 2012-13 season saw some fabulous goals by the top players in Europe and despite being an extremely difficult task to shortlist the nominations, THT presents the top goals of this season. Which one do you think, stands out? Denílson Pereira Neves (Sao Paulo, Brazil) The former Arsenal midfielder has perhaps run out of suitors in Europe. Currently on-loan with the Brazilian side, Denilson gave his team a 2-0 lead over Palmeiras with this thunderous strike. These goals are just moments of magic – the perfect elevation, perfect power, perfect trajectory – everything perfect. Difficult to repeat but a delight to watch Przemysław Kazmierczak (Śląsk Wrocław, Poland) Difficult name. Lesser known club. And a stunning goal. More importantly, prior to the left-footed pile-driver, the way Kazmierczak retained the ball, was perhaps as good as the goal itself. It is in these moments that one feels sorry for […]
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