Here are the list:
No. 10 John Jensen 1992 Denmark v Germany
Flemming Povlsen collected the loose ball from Andreas Brehme, spotted John Jensen waiting on the edge of the box and pulled the ball back for Jensen to hammer a devastating strike passed Bodo Illgner.
No. 9 Marc Overmars 2000 Netherlands v Yugoslavia
Dennis Bergkamp cleverly found Marc Overmars 20 waiting yards out before he volleyed home past Ivica Kralj. The Yugoslavian keeper put fingertips on the ball but could not keep it out.
No. 8 Davor Šuker 1996 Croatia v Denmark
Peter Schmeichel ran to the other end of the field for a corner to help his team back from a two goal deficit. The Denmark superstar got back just in time to his goal, but Davor Šuker catching Schemichel off his line and he chip the ball over Schmeichel to put Croatia three goals lead.
No. 7 Frank De Boer 2000 Netherlands v France
Frank De Boer unleashed a piledriver of a 35-yard free-kick to which Bernard Lama could only get a touch before the ball went in off the underside of the bar.
No. 6 Karel Poborský 1996 Czech Republic v Portugal
Karel Poborský reaching the edge of the box after a slightly lucky dribble, the Czech winger coolly lobbed the ball over Vítor Baia's head and into the net. The goal became a trademark shot for Poborský and voted the best individual goal in the Carlsberg Goal of the Day poll on Euro 2008.
No. 5 Maniche 2004 Portugal v Netherlands
Maniche picked up the ball from a short corner, sidestepped to the right and hammered a right-foot shot inside the far post past Dutch keeper Edwin van der Sar. The goal was voted as the goal of the tournament.
No. 4 Ronnie Whelan 1988 Republic of Ireland v USSR
A long throw from Mick McCarthy volleyed home by Ronnie Whelan with his left foot, sending it rocketing into the top corner of the goal from 20 yards.
No. 3 Tomas Brolin 1992 Sweden vs England
A spectacular exhibition of 'pass and move.' Tomas Brolin exchanged passes with two teammates, Klas Ingesson and Martin Dahlin, before unleashed a thunderbolt past Chris Woods.
No. 2 Paul Gascoigne 1996 England v Scotland
Paul Gascoigne ran on to a chip forward by Darren Anderton on the edge of the box, and flicked the ball up and over Colin Hendry as he volleyed the ball past Andy Goram.
No. 1 Marco van Basten 1988 Netherlands v USSR
Full-back Adri van Tiggelen intercepted an errant Soviet pass and ran forward before found Arnold Mühren on the left. He immediately looped a high-cross deep into the Soviet penalty area that found an unmarked Marco Van Basten. To be honest, Van Basten was in no position to score, but for some reason he decided to go for goal and hit it first time over the head Rinat Dasaev from an almost impossible angle into the back of the net just inside the far post. It was probably the best goal in the tournament's history.