5. IMPERIOUS IMMOBILE
Ciro Immobile has been accused of being nothing more than a penalty box striker who scores too many penalties, but as shown by this goal against SPAL, he harbours superb ingenuity too.
After running through on goal to round Etrit Berisha, the Italian finds himself in a face off against the goalkeeper. He eventually wins the battle of wits, though, twisting and turning enough times to gain himself a yard to loft a quite brilliant finish over the despairing defender on the line.
2⃣ more goals for Ciro Immobile on the weekend SPAL, including this GOTW contender— Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) February 3, 2020
He now has 2⃣5⃣ Serie A goals this season AC Milan have scored
He's scored more goals than anyone else in Serie A over the last 10 seasons pic.twitter.com/o221w2lQky
4. THIAGO MAULS MAINZ
Thiago has certainly found his shooting boots recently, and added to his tally with a wondrous goal against Mainz for Bayern this past weekend.
After collecting possession outside the box, he takes on three opposition defenders with some magical stepovers and a drop of the shoulder before emphatically smashing a strike into the right corner.
3. BRAVO, BOBBY
It was via this channel which he scored against Huddersfield. He plucks the ball out of the air with a lovely touch, ghosting past the defender before making his way into the penalty area, with another defender subsequently sent the wrong way. He ends the run with a beautiful finish into the far corner.
Quick out of the blocks. @FulhamFC raced into a 3-0 lead after just 31 minutes at the weekend. @bobbyreid93, @ThomasCairney & Aleksanar Mitrovic on the score sheet to close the gap on the automatic promotion spots. #FFC pic.twitter.com/I0w6v5U83s— Sky Bet (@SkyBet) February 3, 2020
2. QUAGLIARELLA SPECTACULAR
Napoli won 4-2 away at Sampdoria but the best goal of the game was a consolation scored by Fabio Quagliarella.
Albin Ekdal floats a cross to the edge of the box for the veteran centre-forward, who catches a stunning volley into the bottom left corner. He really doesn't score bad goals.
A STUNNING VOLLEY FROM QUAGLIARELLA!— Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) February 3, 2020
1. MARVEL AT MESSI
Ansu Fati may have scored both goals in Barcelona's win over Levante, with him running through on goal and lashing a lovely strike home for the first.
But, for that first goal, Lionel Messi pulled off one of the best assists you will see this season. While moving back towards his own half inside the centre circle, he looks up and threads a low ball through the Levante ranks which takes no less than eight players right out of the game, allowing the youngster to score.