LOVELY FROM LUKAKU
The opener was a wonderful move; the Belgian receives a flick into his feet before bearing down on the Sampdoria penalty area. He shifts the ball left to Christian Eriksen who, instead of shooting, returns the favour with a neat one-two into the centre, where Lukaku confidently buries it underneath the goalkeeper.
BACK OF THE NETO
Matt Doherty powered down the right flank before teasing a cross to the back post. It evades everyone apart from his Portuguese team-mate, who keeps his eye on the ball to smash a volley home in a flash.
GUEDES WON'T BE STOPPED
It was his own strike which opened the scoring in the first half, and what a goal it was.
After collecting the ball deep on the left wing, he embarks on a dribble, encountering several Osasuna players on his way into the box, even falling down and picking himself up after being fouled. From there, he displays expert close control to continually evade incoming tackles before finishing superbly into the top right corner.
A PHENOMENAL individual effort from Gonçalo Guedes! 🙌— Premier Sports 📺 (@PremierSportsTV) June 21, 2020
Takes it from halfway, beats four players and then the keeper! 😱
After they had an early goal disallowed Valencia now have their lead 🦇 pic.twitter.com/HpUEpYrcNF
ARE YOU WATCHING, CHELSEA?
In their scouting report of this weekend's match against Watford, it'll be noted that he is capable of scoring utterly sensational goals.
It was a topsy turvy game at Vicarage Road which ended 1-1, but Chilwell's strike was certainly the moment of the match as he takes the ball down brilliantly with his first touch, setting himself up perfectly for a drilled effort high into the top right corner. A really, really satisfying strike of the ball.
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Marco Asensio clips the ball into the box and the Frenchman delicately lobs the cross over the top of the defender's head with his right foot before shifting his body to fire a left-footed volley into the top left corner - all without the ball touching the ground. Remarkable.
The finest Partridgisms you’ll hear this season. First, a strangled scream in response to Benzema’s goal, then this masterpiece - ‘That tackle could de-horn a caribou’ pic.twitter.com/MzXFGD6cHY— Toby Earle (@TobyonTV) June 19, 2020