If you haven't been following the Serie A action recently and are you wondering what the best five goals have been, then read on to find out.
5: Panagiotis Kone vs Sampdoria
Any of you remember this Greek midfielder's beautiful, acrobatic effort against Napoli last year? Well, he's done it again! With the cross behind him he flipped backwards and connected with his laces in superb style.
4: Paul Pogba vs Napoli
Paul Pogba is one of the world's most promising young talents, and is known among the Juve faithful as "Pogboom" for his long shots. He initially miss controlled Arturo Vidal's pass, accidentally flicking the ball up into the air. However, being self confident, he spotted himself 20 yards from goal, and struck. His shoot flew off the outside of his boot, careering in off the post.
3: Alessandro Florenzi vs Genoa
A promising Roma youngster, already having merited an Italy call up. This is an example of what he can do. A free kick was driven into the wall, a Genoa defender released a dodgy clearance, and without further ado Florenzi unleashed a perfect bicycle kick in off the far post, of which Rooney would be proud...
2: Emerson vs Torino
Not a typical centre-back goal... The Brazilian picked the ball up in his own half, dribbled past one, then another, then another before letting fly. The shot wasn't bad either... 35 yards out, flying in off the bar.
1: Miralem Pjanic vs Verona
A piece of brilliance from one of Europe's most underrated players. Collecting a pass, he tipped it forward, watched it bobble then, within a fraction of a second, saw the keeper off his line and lobbed him beautifully. I'm not exaggerating when I say Lionel Messi, Ian Wright and Raul Gonzalez would be remembering that goal for years if they'd scored it.
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