1. Lionel Messi, Barcelona v Arsenal
Counter-attacking football at its breathtaking best with Barca’s front three of Neymar, Luis Suarez and Messi all combining at pace, before the Argentinian’s sublime first touch gives him time to finish past Petr Cech.
2. Jonathan Opoku, VVV v NAC Breda
Shows fantastic close skills to chip two defenders and the goalkeeper in this Dutch second-tier game.
3. Romelu Lukaku, Everton v Chelsea
An amazing solo goal, reminiscent of Ricky Villa’s for Tottenham Hotspur in the 1981 Final, helps beat Chelsea in the FA Cup.
4. Gianfranco Labarthe, Real Garcilaso v Universitario
Two one-two’s with Paulo Albarracin before finishing from the centre of the penalty area.
5. Alejandro Romero, Huracan v Penarol
Scores with a well struck half-volley for the only goal of the game in this Libertadores Cup tie.
6. Fernandinho, Chongqing Lifan v Guangzhou Evergrande
Runs with the ball from midway inside his own half before a step-over and a left-foot shot.