Relive some memorable moments as we pick our favourite goals from the world of football...
24 April 1982. The Dell. 11 passes. 7 of them hit first time. 4 struck by Kevin Keegan. Finished off by Mick Channon.
All the goals from the 1982 World Cup that were scored by everyone's favourite team - Brazil. The 1982 vintage may not have won it, but they sure provided some of the World Cup's most beautiful moments.
Ignoring all of the furore surrounding the 'hand of God' goal, this incredible effort in the World Cup quarter-final showcased the other side of Diego Maradona's incredible talent.
Wednesday's American full-back John Harkes opens his account in English football with an absolute howitzer, as the goal helps the Owls through their League Cup encounter against Derby, a competition the 2nd-tier would ultimately go on to win, with victory over Man Utd in the final.
A fantastic goal at Euro 96, made all the sweeter for England fans as not only did it come against the old rivals Scotland, but because just a minute earlier their friends from north of the border had missed a penalty. 'Gazza' flicks the ball over the head of Colin Hendry and then volleys home with his right foot. Cue manic celebrations, including a re-enactment of the controversial 'Dentist's chair' drinking game that the England squad had been implicated in during a pre-tournament tour.
One of the greatest own goals you'll ever see. City needed a win against fellow strugglers QPR to avoid the drop to the third tier. With the score at 1:1, Pollock conjured up this beauty to put QPR 2:1 up. City got the score back to 2:2 but their failure to win effectively condemned them to the drop.
Cracking goal though, a bit like Gazza's goal against Scotland, but in the wrong net.
Pele tried it against Uruguay in 1970, and missed. Jesper Blomqvist didn't make the same mistake.
Ladies and gentlemen... the Blomqvist Shuffle...