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Top 5 goals from around the world
by Samuel Charles, January 31st, 2013 10:51PM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Beautiful goals with lively music and a heavy South American flavor reminds us that the World Cup in Brazil is less than 500 days away.

Before we get into a discussion about whether the Mayans were almost right, because the earth will actually stop spinning in 2014 due to the confluence of carnival atmosphere, media hype and sheer spectacle generated by the World Cup in Brazil, here’s a video that’s perfect for that subject, and Friday.

From the cleverly titled “Top 5 des buts d'un autre monde,” this week’s entry has a goal from Portugal, two from Brazil, one from Chile, and a ridiculous golazo from Argentina at No. 1.

While that crafty chip at No. 3 by Deivid for Coritiba in Brazil just screams jogo bonito…


#71 Top 5 des buts d'un autre monde by evidenceprod



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