Goals of the month

Today’s daily prompt asks you to write a list, well I didn’t feel like writing a list but seeing as how the prompt says your list can be about whatever you want I thought I’d make a list of another kind. I have to admit my first thought went to Jogi Löw, I thought about making a list of his strangest moments, well a list in video form anyway. But then I thought I devote enough time to that already, in fact I’ve already made four videos of him this week and have another one to make tomorrow, so I figured I should spend some time on something else, so here are my favourite goals of the month from the Bundesliga and around the world:

Freiburg may have lost last weekend, but Admir Mehmedi did win the honour of having his goal voted as the goal of the week on bundesliga.com. Given that it was only his second goal this season and that it ended 1077 minutes without a goal for him, I think it will be pretty special to him regardless of the loss.

Firsts up is Sebastian Kehl’s super strike in extra time against Hoffenheim in the quarter finals of the DFB Pokal:

Jonas Hector’s fantastic run and subsequent goal against Hoffenheim:

Christian Gentner’s terrific strike against Bremen:

Miro Klose – once more proving he is still the man:

Robert Lewandowski’s first goal against Eintracht Frankfurt:

Thomas Müller against Eintracht Frankfurt,  Mehmedi’s goal aside this is my personal favourite:

Valentin Stocker – Hannover 96 v Hertha Berlin:

 Alex Soares – Boavista vs Maritimo:
Pierre-Emil Höjbjerg – Paderborn v Augsburg:
Germain Denis – Atalanta v Sassuolo:
This has to be the most unusual, goalkeeper vs. goalkeeper, not a penalty shoot-out either but a free kick. Rogerio Ceni – Sao Paulo v Red Bull Brasil:
Andre Simoes – Moreirense v Vitoria Guimaraes:
 And also this goal from Franck Ribery’s little brother Steven, I guess technical excellence does run in the family:

I have to find space for Jogi Löw somewhere, so here he is, some of the goals from his career:

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