I had no idea where you were going with that Jo! Lol mate 1) Clarence Seedorf (Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid, 1997) By a distance the best on the list. It's a goal by a great of the modern game, and it came in the Madrid derby. It's from lob territory, but is actually no such thing, instead a filthy, gorgeous drilled shot that is still almost rising as it hits the net, leaving the goalkeeper more than bemused. Football is at its greatest when it threatens to deny both belief and physics, forcing you to reconsider what you estimate to be possible. Part of you wants to share it with the world, whilst the rest of you just wants to keep it to yourself, watching it over and over again and giggling. These are the goals that make the good great. They cannot be recreated, only admired.