As the 2018 World cup slowly comes to an end we want to take a trip down memory lane and shed some light on the top 10 goals. This has definitely been an exciting world cup as teams that were not expected to advance have managed to prove themselves and represent their countries very well.
Here are our 10 Faves:
Denis Cheryshev’s from Russia starts the game off with a beautiful goal against Croatia leading his team 1-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™
Benjamin Pavard from France scores an impressive right side goal against Argentina in round of 16 to help France defeat Argentina 4-3.
Ahmed Musa fantastic goal against Iceland during their second game in the World Cup left the crowd screaming with excitement. After losing their first game to Croatia, Nigeria made sure to redeem themselves against Iceland.
Luka Modric showed just how talented his footwork was during Croatia’s game with Argentina giving Croatia a 2-0 lead.
Aleksandar KOLAROV – Costa Rica v Serbia – MATCH 10, Kolarov sent fans screaming in amazement with this sidekick that looked so close to touching the side netting but he got the job done.
Nacer Chadli Goal – Belgium vs. Japan. Belgium showed an excellent showcase of teamwork on the second half match against Japan.
Kevin DE BRUYNEl – Brazil v Belgium – MATCH 58. DE BRUYNE was able to shoot a clean shot scoring against Brazil after Romelu Lukaku was able to pass him the ball before falling to the ground.
Kylian Mbappe scored a remarkable goal against Argentina during round of 16 to give France a 3-2 lead. Mbappe at only 19 yr old has been doing an incredible job and is proving every game that he is truly one of the best players for France.
Luis Suarez a forward from Uruguay score an incredibly close contact goal against Saudi Arabia in match 18. Suarez has been very impressive in this year’s world cup, this is one of many great shots delivered by Suarez during this year’s world cup.
JESSE LINGARD (ENGLAND VS PANAMA)- match 30- Lingard delivered an impressive high kick shot against Panama and earning his team 3-0 score that contributed to England’s win, finishing it off with a victory dance that is popular in the U.S.