Según el reconocido diario Ingles The Times, los 50 mejores goles del Mundial son:
VEA TODOS LOS VIDEOS- Siguiendo el link del Gol.
No 50: Edmilson, Brazil v Costa Rica, 2002. A left-wing cross loops up off a defender and Edmilson executes a perfect bicycle kick.
No 49: Michel De Wolf, Belgium v South Korea, 1990. Left foot shot from wide on the left into the top corner.
No 48: Daniel Amokachi, Nigeria v Greece, 1994. The striker evades four defenders before scoring with a fierce shot.
No 47: Paul Breitner, West Germany v Chile, 1974. A 30-yard blast into the top left corner.
No 46: Didier Six, France v Kuwait, 1982. Plucks the ball out of the air and volleys home on the stretch.
No 45: Ralf Edstrom, Sweden v Uruguay, 1974. Swift inter-passing on the right before a delicate chip finds Edstrom free on the left to score.
No 44: Bobby Charlton, England v Mexico, 1966. A long, swaying run is followed by a diagonal shot into the far corner from 25 yards.
No 43: Hwang Bo-Kwan, South Korea v Spain, 1990. A free kick is touched to Hwang, who thunders in a shot from distance.
No 42: Garrincha, Brazil v Bulgaria, 1966. Scores from free kick with outside of right foot.
No 41: Igor Belanov, USSR v Belgium, 1986. Arrows into the top corner from the edge of the area.
No 40: Jurgen Klinsmann, Germany v South Korea, 1994. Flicks the ball into the air as he swivels in the box and volleys acrobatically into the net.
No 39: Roberto Carlos, Brazil v China, 2002. Blasts 30-yard free kick through the wall.
No 38: Anatoliy Byshovets, USSR v Belgium, 1970. Beats Leon Jeck and Jean Dockx and smashes home from long range.
No 37: Paul Breitner, West Germany v Yugoslavia, 1974. Cuts inside from the left and lets fly from 25 yards.   
No 36: Socrates, Brazil v Italy, 1982. Great turn and pass by Zico for Socrates to shoot inside the near post.  
No 35: Nelson Cuevas, Paraguay v Slovenia, 2002. Cuts across two defenders and lashes in from 20 yards.
No 34: Enzo Scifo, Belgium v Uruguay, 1990. The midfield player succeeds with a 35-yard drive.
No 33: Sunday Oliseh, Nigeria v Spain, 1998. Meets clearance on half-volley and smashes the ball in from 30 yards.
No 32: Ruud Gullit, Holland v Ireland, 1990. Collects Frank Rijkaard’s pass, does one-two with Wim Kieft and slides home.
No 31: Pierre Njanka, Cameroon v Austria, 1998. Beats two men on run from his own half before finding net.
No 30: Salif Diao, Senegal v Denmark, 2002. Breakaway goal covering the length of the pitch, finished off by Diao.
No 29: Vasily Rats, USSR v France, 1986. Left-footed drive from 30 yards into top corner.
No 28: Michael Owen, England v Argentina, 1998. Sprints and swerves his way to immortality.
No 27: Bebeto, Brazil v Norway, 1998. Denilson dribbles past three players despite falling over at one point and crosses for Bebeto to head in.
No 26: Choi Soon-Ho, South Korea v Italy. Cuts inside two players on the left edge of the box and fires into top corner.
No 25: Philipp Lahm, Germany v Costa Rica, 2006. The left back cuts in from the flank and arrows the ball right-footed into the far top corner.
No 24: Nelinho, Brazil v Italy, 1978. Ball curves inside the far post from the right edge of the penalty area via a shot with the outside of his right foot.
No 23: Franz Beckenbauer, West Germany v Switzerland, 1966. Brilliant one-two with Uwe Seeler and slides home.
No 22: Josimar, Brazil v Northern Ireland, 1986. Advances from right back and sends rising shot past Pat Jennings from long range.
No 21: Lothar Matthaus, West Germany v Yugoslavia, 1990. Carries ball from centre circle, jinks past an opponent and plants shot into the bottom corner.
No 20: Socrates, Brazil v USSR, 1982. Dodges past two tackles and arrows shot into top left corner from outside the box.
No 19: Diego Maradona, Argentina v Belgium, 1986. Shows incredible balance to burst through four defenders and clip the ball home.
No 18: Tomas Rosicky, Czech Republic v United States, 2006. Outswinger into the top right-hand corner.
No 17: Archie Gemmill, Scotland v Holland, 1978. Picks up ball on the right wing, jinks outside one opponent and inside the next two before chipping home.
No 16: Michael Laudrup, Denmark v Uruguay, 1986. Sways in and out past three opponents and then rounds the goalkeeper to score.
No 15: Torsten Frings, Germany v Costa Rica, 2006. A fierce, swerving effort from 35 yards.
No 14: Diego Forlan, Uruguay v Senegal, 2002. Collects a clearance on his chest and volleys home from the edge of the area.
No 13: Joe Cole, England v Sweden, 2006. Tees himself up for a volley that flies in from 35 yards.
No 12: Fernando Torres, Spain v Ukraine, 2006. Bewildering succession of quick passes before Torres finishes.
No 11: Arie Haan, Holland v Italy, 1978. In the days when long-range goals were rarer, a 30 yard outswinger past Dino Zoff.
No 10: Saeed Al Owairan, Saudi Arabia v Belgium, 1994. Dribbles from halfway inside own half and scores, despite losing control of the ball at one stage.
No 9: Maxi Rodriguez, Argentina v Mexico, 2006. Controls ball on his chest and lashes home a rising volley from right-hand corner of penalty area.
No 8: Manuel Negrete, Mexico v Bulgaria, 1986. Takes ball on volley, executes a one-two and then scores with a bicycle kick.
No 7: Dennis Bergkamp, Holland v Argentina, 1998. Controls Frank de Boer’s 60-yard pass on the volley, cuts inside Roberto Ayala with second touch and scores with third.
No 6: Esteban Cambiasso, Argentina v Serbia, 2006. A 24-pass move, the last four of which are sublime.
No 5: Roberto Baggio, Italy v Czechoslovakia, group match, 1990 Roberto Baggio announces himself on the world stage with a slalom run that covers half the pitch. After exchanging passes with Giuseppe Giannini, he shows great balance to skip past Ivan Hasek and wrong-foot Miroslav Kadlec before sliding the ball home.
No 4: Dario Rodriguez, Uruguay v Denmark, group match, 2002 The ball does not touch the ground between Alvaro Recoba’s corner for Uruguay and Dario Rodriguez’s shot hitting the net. Rene Henriksen’s headed clearance for Denmark is controlled on the volley by Pablo Garcia, who steadies himself with some keepy-uppy before chipping the ball sideways. Rodriguez smashes a first-time effort home.
No 3: Diego Maradona, Argentina v Greece, group match, 1994 A move so fast that a slow-motion replay is needed to comprehend it fully. A lightning exchange of passes gives Diego Maradona the chance to score, although his contribution is tainted by his subsequent failure of a drugs test. Fernando Redondo executes one-twos with Maradona and Claudio Caniggia in the blink of an eye before teeing up Maradona – all five passes are struck first-time and most of them firmly.
No 2: Carlos Alberto, Brazil v Italy, final, 1970 Style, grace and ferocity are combined for Brazil’s fourth and final goal of the match. Clodoaldo’s contribution is perhaps the most memorable as he beats four opponents inside his own half by cutting inside to the left each time. Jairzinho holds off two challenges on the wing to find Pele. Then comes the calm before the storm – Pele, walking, strokes the ball nonchalantly to his right, from where Carlos Alberto delivers a thunderous shot into the net.
No 1: Diego Maradona, Argentina v England, quarter-final, 1986 If England players feel like kicking Diego Maradona just four minutes after he has scored the opening goal with his fist, they cannot get close enough to do so. Collecting the ball near the halfway line, he drags it away from Peter Beardsley, knocks it beyond Peter Reid and bursts clear, jinking inside Terry Butcher, outside Terry Fenwick and round Peter Shilton before poking it home.

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