English Football Goal Of The Season 2008 2009 | Goal Of 2009 Season | Eduardo Goal

Easily this outside the left foot finish by Eduardo Da Silva of Arsenal F C in a F A Cup round up against Burnley is the goal of the reason, if not one of the best finishes in the history of football. While i was watching this match on T V, i didn’t see the goal cleanly instantly and i heard the commentators saying it a fluke, then i say the replays and i was shell shocked and laughed immediately at the commentators changing their stands and they were in all price of Eduardo. I have been following football since i was 8 years old, i have came across tonnes and tonnes goals, i haven’t seen anything like this not even from Thierry Henry, Ronaldo, Van Nistelrooy and Raul some of great finishers in the history of the game.

Eduardo was just returning to the starting line up after that ugly tackle that happened last season and there is a lot of doubts concerning his fitness, but what an inspirational and impactful game he had that night thanks to his lovely volley outside the left foot finish. I wonder i would have seen lot more of those if he would have played the whole season

There aren’t many goals this comparing to the last season in English football and this goal stands up at the top of the list in of ‘The Goal of the Season 2008 2009’. But for me  i have already seen the goal of the season and this stands first in my all time best goals list.

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~ by shazhell on April 18, 2009.

One Response to “English Football Goal Of The Season 2008 2009 | Goal Of 2009 Season | Eduardo Goal”

  1. this week is more tough to arsenal.. play to man united is not so easy..

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