THE BEST GOALS YOU DIDN’T SEE THIS WEEKEND

Welcome to The Goals Post, your weekend wrap-up that curates all the brilliant golazos that might have fallen under your radar. We kick off this edition in Sweden, where Falkenberg’s Jesper Karlsson caught some air during his side’s 3-2 loss at Orebro…

That wasn’t the only Bobby Dazzler of a volley from the continent: Dawid Kort of Polish Ekstraklasa side Pogoń Szczecin did this against Cracovia Kraków…

Elsewhere in Poland, Arka Gdynia’s Miroslav Bozok hit this beautiful half-volley into Zagłębie Lubin’s net…

In the oft-overlooked Belgian top flight, Genk’s Alejandro Pozuelo sunk Zulte-Waregem with a stunning curler…

On Friday evening, Kilmarnock earned a point against Scottish Premiership giants Rangers thanks to a magical James Tavernier free kick…

Celtic also notched a golazo through the left foot of Leigh Griffiths

In Ligue 1, Marseille recorded a 2-0 win over Lorient on Friday evening, with their opener coming from a magnificent Remy Cabella dead ball…

Elsewhere in France, Dijon handed a 4-2 defeat to Lyon. The brilliantly named Pierre Lees Melou capped the win with a lovely curling effort…

Montpellier managed a draw with Rennes, during which Daniel Congre opened the scoring with a delightful volley…

Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle earned their second consecutive Championship win on Saturday—and Jonjo Shelvey earned his first golazo of the season…

Benitez’s former side Real Madrid took three points from Celta Vigo on Saturday, but not before conceding a worldie by Fabian Orellana

Raheem Sterling wasn’t the only British player to slip one in at a tight angle over the weekend: Nottingham Forest’s Oliver Burke inflicted this on Leeds…

Napoli showed they don’t need nobody named Gonzalo Higuain on Saturday when they put four past Milan. But the Rossoneri earned an excellent consolation through Suso

The Bundesliga started off over the weekend and Bayern Munich decided to set a fairly high benchmark with a 6-0 win over Werder Bremen. The best of the bunch was Xabi Alonso’s long-range volley…

And Hamburg earned a 1-1 draw with Ingolstadt thanks to a superb blooter from American forward Bobby Wood

Over to Mexico now, where Tigres striker Victor Sosa found the net thusly…

Also, Monterrey’s Jesus De Negris earned a point against Pachuca with this long-ranger…

We end The Goals Post in traditional fashion, with some domestic action. Real Salt Lake’s returning hero Yura Movsisyan scored both goals in the win over Colorado on Friday evening, the first of which beat Tim Howard with aplomb…

And Michael Barrios scored twice in Dallas’ Texas Derby with Houston, the second of which showed some world-class placement…

That’s all for now, be sure to leave a comment about your favourite golazo below!