Theo Walcott, Ramires and two Daniel Sturridge strikes are among our nominations for Premier League Goal of the Weekend – but who takes your vote?
The Premier League enjoyed a stellar weekend for both quality and quantity of strikes, with 36 in total flying in over the nine matches played so far.
And eight of those efforts make the cut for our Goal of the Weekend vote.
The tone was set in Saturday’s first game when Tottenham recovered from an early setback to beat Manchester City 4-1 at White Hart Lane – with Kevin De Bruyne’s opener and Erik Lamela’s effort both making our cut.
Saturday’s match at Anfield, where Liverpool eased the pressure on Brendan Rodgers with a 3-2 win over Aston Villa, provided two contributions to our vote thanks to Daniel Sturridge’s stunning double – the first a magnificent volley; the second a well-crafted pass and move (it’s the Liverpool groove!).
There was also a goal-feast at the King Power Stadium, where Arsenal inflicted a first defeat of the season on Leicester, 5-2, with Jamie Vardy’s opener, and Theo Walcott’s equaliser both taking their place amongst our elite list.
And if that wasn’t enough, there were also two tasty efforts in the Saturday evening clash after Newcastle surrendered a two-goal lead against Chelsea to draw 2-2 – but do Ayoze Perez’s control and volley, or Ramires’ stunning long-range strike take your vote?
Cast your vote, below, and let us know if you think any of the weekend strikes – and we’re thinking Alexis Sanchez here – should have made the cut?
Who scored the best goal in the Premier League this weekend?