Premier League

Calvert-Lewin corker is the Premier League Goal of the Week

Even though Everton were ultimately defeated by Arsenal on Sunday, it was their centre-forward who scored the goal of the game, and the round

 
1:00pm on Tuesday 25th February 2020
By
Martin Macdonald

🏅 DELIGHTFUL FROM DOM

Just a minute into the game between Arsenal and Everton, the Emirates was silenced by Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

After a couple of moments of unsure defending from the Gunners, the ball broke into the air with the striker taking advantage to leap up to send an unconventional overhead kick into the bottom corner.

The grumpy football fans among us would say that it is dangerous play for Calvert-Lewin to have his foot that high, but at FootballCritic we'll just applaud the athleticism and the audacity.

READ MORE: Cucho's long-range cracker is La Liga Goal of the Week

🥈 MARVELLOUS MARTIAL

Manchester United enjoyed a fairly comfortable win against Watford, with Anthony Martial making a few of the opposition players, including Ben Foster, look foolish with a cheeky turn inside the box before the dinked finish into the corner from a tight angle.

🥉 STUNNER FROM STEVENS

Sheffield United drew 1-1 with Brighton on Saturday, with Enda Stevens lighting up the match with a glorious half volley screwed into the top left corner after setting himself up with a lofted touch into the air.

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