Best Goals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup


The Top Ten

1 Robin Van Persie (Header) (Netherlands - Spain) Robin Van Persie (Header) (Netherlands - Spain) Dutch footballer from Rotterdam born on August 6 1983. Currently plays for the Turkish club Fenerbahçe S.K and The Netherlands national football team as the number 11. Robin Van Persie is known for playing for Arsenal and Manchester United, though his most notable goal was his header against Spain more.

One of the most impressive goals at the FIFA World Cup 2014. BRAVO Robin! - Alexandr

This should be the best goal of the tournament

The best goal ever

The goalkeeper just stood there!

2 Oscar (Brazil - Croatia)

Go oscar... love chelsea and like torres

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3 Tim Cahill (Australia - Netherlands)

Incredible volley! Even more impressive that it was his non-preferred boot.

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4 Neymar (Brazil - Croatia) Neymar (Brazil - Croatia) Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, commonly known as Neymar or Neymar Jr., is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Spanish club FC Barcelona and the Brazil national team as a forward or winger, and is also the captain of the national team. more.

This one was way better. - keyson

Neymar is the best

5 James Rodriguez (Colombia - Uruguay)

His left foot volley on the first half is a real spectacle. The ball came from his chest and without falling to ground, he was able to hit it flawlessly. It reached the goal net touching the fingertips of the goalkeeper who had no hope but to stare with awe and wonder to that perfect strike. Not everybody can do that. This proves James Rodriguez magnificent talent in football.

No comment but his goal should be the best

He is the best Player of this World Cup!

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6 Lionel Messi (Argentina - Iran)

Best goal so far looking at the fact that the goal was scored against all the Iranian players behind the ball before Messi's shot.

Messi you are the best I've got a bacelona shirt that says Messi on the back

7 Jermaine Jones (USA - Portugal)
8 James Rodriguez (Japan vs Colombia)
9 Xherdan Shaqiri (Honduras vs Switzerland)
10 Marco Urena (Costa Rica - Uruguay)

The Contenders

11 David Luiz (Brazil - Colombia)
12 James Rodriguez (Colombia vs Uruguay)
13 Lionel Messi (Argentina - Bosnia)

Actually I placed this item before the match was played, but... What a goal Messi did against Bosnia! - keyson

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14 Mario Balotelli (Italy - England) Mario Balotelli (Italy - England)
15 Andre Schurrle (Germany - Brazil)

It was AMAZING! When the ball bounced off the ground, Schurrle gave a shot from the left foot which hit the crossbar and bounced into the net! BRILLIANT! - phantomtheimmortal

16 Keisuke Honda (Japan - Cote d'Ivoire)
17 Haris Seferovic (Switzerland - Ecuador)
18 Luis Suarez (Second Goal) (Uruguay - England) Luis Suarez (Second Goal) (Uruguay - England) Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Barcelona and the Uruguay national team as a striker.

Don't get angry and bite players? HA HA HA

19 David Villa (Australia - Spain) David Villa (Australia - Spain) David Villa Sánchez is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a striker and also serves as captain for New York City FC in Major League Soccer.
20 Mario Götze (Germany - Argentina) Mario Götze (Germany - Argentina) Mario Götze is a German footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Borussia Dortmund and the Germany national team. V 1 Comment
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1. Robin Van Persie (Header) (Netherlands - Spain)
2. David Villa (Australia - Spain)
3. Thomas Mueller (Germany - USA)
1. Robin Van Persie (Header) (Netherlands - Spain)
2. Tim Cahill (Australia - Netherlands)
3. Lionel Messi (Argentina - Iran)
1. Robin Van Persie (Header) (Netherlands - Spain)
2. Jermaine Jones (USA - Portugal)
3. David Villa (Australia - Spain)

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