10. Matías Fernández v O'Higgins in 2006 Chilean hottest properties Matías Fernández, now with Villarreal, netted one of the greatest goals of all-time in Chilean football after outpaced and outclassed five men of O'Higgins. 9. George Weah v Verona in 1996
This was a goal that could be compared to Diego Maradona's great goal against England in 1986 FIFA World Cup. The former FIFA World Player of the Year recieved the ball in his own penalty area and made a 90-yard run through, beating seven opponents, before scoring one of the most memorable goals in Serie A.
8. Said Owairan v Belgium in 1994 Saudi Arabian Said Owairan scored one of the greatest goals of World Cup history. He picked up the ball deep inside his own half, then he keep running and outwitted five Belgian players before blasting a right-footed shot past goalkeeper Michel Preud'homme. 6. Zlatan Ibrahimović v NAC Breda in 2004 In his last ever game for Ajax, Ibrahimović scored a magnificent goal as he dribbled through five NAC defenders before beating the goalkeeper and calmly putting the ball in the back of the net. This goal was considered as "Goal of The Year" by Eurosport. 5. Ronaldo v Compostela in 1996 The three-time FIFA World Player of the Year dribbled the ball for 60 meters, outpaced several defenders and scored one of the best goals seen in Spanish football, perhaps in the world, that left coach Bobby Robson staring in disbelief. 4. Lionel Messi v Getafe in 2007 Messi received the ball from Xavi, beat five Getafe players and then rounded the goalkeeper before knocked the ball into the net, running a distance of 63 metres in 12 seconds, taking 10 touches with his left foot and three with his right. This 'Maradona-style' goal is rated sixth at the list of 100 Greatest Sporting Moments by Channel 4. 3. Oktay Derelioğlu v Belgium in 1997 Oktay is not a popular player but mostly known for his incredible goal in European Championship Qualifications in 1997 against Belgium, which he scored a dazzling goal after past six opponents. 2. Ryan Giggs v Arsenal in 1999 The Welsh winger provided Manchester United's greatest goal voted by the fans, where he beat Patrick Viera, Lee Dixon - twice, Martin Keown, and Tony Adams before delivered a rising rocket from a difficult angle to beat England's No 1 David Seaman. 1. Diego Maradona v England in 1986
El Diego ran half the length of the pitch, beating five English players - Glenn Hoddle, Peter Reid, Kenny Sansom, Terry Butcher, and Terry Fenwick - before dummying Peter Shilton and putting the ball into the back of the net. This goal was voted Goal of the Century in a 2002 online poll conducted by FIFA.