Premier League Best Goal of the Season 2013/2014- Jack Wilshere v Norwich

By Soccer Blog | May 13, 2014

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Jack Wilshere’s goal against Norwich City on 19th October, 2013, was voted the Premiership goal of the season for 2013/14. The vote was announced by popular BBC programme Match of the Day, which said Wilshere’s strike had won 42% of the votes. The other contenders were Kasami’s goal v Crystal Palace, Suarez’s first goal v Norwich, Rooney’s goal v West Ham, Tettey’s goal v Sunderland and Shelvey’s goal v Aston Villa

Wilshere’s goal + other five goals- English commentary, 3:34 duration

Video- Wilshere’s goal against Norwich- 2013/14 MOTD Goal of the season

5 Comments so far
  1. Phil May 13, 2014 10:25 pm

    It was an absolutely fantastic goal from Jack Wilshire, 7 touches of the ball by the Arsenal in around 4 seconds. Simply stunning. Let’s hope Jack can do it in the World Cup.

  2. olly May 15, 2014 5:43 pm

    Rooneys goal

  3. jon May 19, 2014 12:51 am

    Why is it that scoring from a long distance always puts you in contention for ‘goal of the season’.

    There are only two goals worth being in this, the arsenal goal (amazing team goal) and the second one by fulham as the angle was so acute.

  4. Joker July 6, 2014 8:40 am

    Luis Suarez.

  5. Gee November 17, 2014 5:21 pm

    Olly – Rooney’s goal was a) initially a foul and essentially b) terrible goal keeping.
    He struck it well, mind.

    Phil and John – impressive build up for the Arsenal goal but effectively, the move came down to luck. Wilshere’s final ‘pass’ into Giroud was undeniably unintentional.

    Also, the context of the match and opposition have to be taken into account when considering a lovely passing move that leads to a goal.

    With a volley, chip or long-distance strike it is generally the technique that is what makes it so appreciated.

    Kasami’s is a great example of that.

    So is Suarez’s swerved volley – a side angle of which shows just how much shape and balance there was to it. His hat-trick goal was arguably better; two “lollipops” and a side-on half-volley.

    I personally have a cheeky preference for Sturridge’s chip. The perfect wedge.

    And Shelvey’s because I love how both sublime and ridiculous he can be.

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