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VIDEO: Top 10 Premier League goals of the year

May 12, 2014, 9:40 AM EDT


As the Premier League season has come to a close, we now begin to look back at the memorable moments from the 2013-14 PL season.

Right at the top of that list is the stunning goals scored, as we were treated to some absolute beauties.

Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge could of had a goal of the season competition on their own, as both dazzled for runners-up Liverpool. We had long-range efforts from Wayne Rooney and Jonjo Shelvey and pieces of sheer brilliance from Pajtim Kasami and Dani Osvaldo.

FULL COVERAGE: Premier League season review

In the video above somehow we’ve managed to pick just 10 goals as the cream of the crop from a stunning batch.

Below is who scored each goal in the video, have a vote in the comments section below on who you think deserves the goal of the season award.

1. Pajtim Kasami for Fulham vs. Crystal Palace

2. Jack Wilshere for Arsenal vs. Norwich

3. Wayne Rooney for Manchester United vs. West Ham

4. Luis Suarez for Liverpool vs. Norwich

5. Daniel Sturridge for Liverpool vs. West Bromwich Albion

6. Alexander Tettey for Norwich vs. Sunderland

7. Dani Osvaldo for Southampton vs. Manchester City

8. Jonjo Shelvey for Swansea City vs. Aston Villa

9. Ross Barkley for Everton vs. Manchester City

10. Fabian Delph for Aston Villa vs. Chelsea

  1. atlrod - May 12, 2014 at 9:49 AM

    The Rooney goal doesn’t belong. He fouled to get the ball and then counted on the keeper getting absolutely lost. The ball bounced two yards in front of goal. That was luck more than anything. The rest are great goals. Sturridge’s chip and Suarez’s flick are amazing. Tettey’s volley was unreal. But I love Jack’s team goal. It was incredible stuff. Great season!

  2. Matt Hamlin - May 12, 2014 at 10:54 AM

    The Wilshere goal for Arsenal by far. I liked Suarez’s goal better when Robert Pires scored it against Aston Villa in 2002…

  3. krazymunky - May 12, 2014 at 3:35 PM

    I prefer Wilsheres goal over Kasami as #1

    i feel like its harder for multiple players to combine for that amazing goal than a single person producing an amazing goal.

  4. chesschum - May 27, 2014 at 10:13 PM

    Kasami. Lots of great ones in there, but his was utterly magical.

  5. Christopher Hefner - May 29, 2014 at 10:21 AM

    You see multiple goals like Kasami’s every season across the major leagues. Wilshere’s was a team goal the likes of which haven’t graced the Premier League. 5 first-time touches with 3 consecutive back flicks? Number 1 without a shadow of a doubt. Also thought Suarez’s goal from near the halfway line vs. Norwich was better than the one chosen.

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