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Five golazos from around the world
by Samuel Charles, March 13th, 2013 12:04AM

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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Diego Forlan scores a beauty for Internacional to kick off today's vibrant clip that takes us all the way from Argentina to Scotland and back to Brazil with incredible goals along the way.

The Top 5 des buts d’un autre monde series is back, and we’re delivering a wonderful edition we haven’t had the chance to share yet.

Awarded the Golden Ball as the top player at the 2010 World Cup, Forlan’s sweet opener gets things started in Brazil, Bryan Prunty’s overhead kick for Dumbarton drops by from Scotland, Lucas Pratto nails an unbelievable smack from out near the wing for Velez in Argentina, where Guillermo Burdisso goes top of the charts for Boca Juniors with his volley off a corner that’s still curling away from the keeper.

Just five more great goals churned out by a planet full of talented players ...


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