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Haruna, Coutinho and Ibrahimovic in weekend's best
by Samuel Charles, July 29th, 2013 12:49AM

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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] A lightning bolt in Ukraine off the foot of a Nigerian, a Brazilian touring in Thailand slithers past defenders, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic's post-game runway attire in Sweden looks a longshot for the fashion houses of Paris.

Lukman Haruna, 22, is a Nigerian international at Dynamo Kiev who made 44 Ligue 1 appearance for AS Monaco in two years, and his opening goal against Sevastopol was one the hardest struck balls we’ve seen in some time.

Dynamo won this Premiere League game Sunday 2-0, and the power Haruna generated with almost no run-up is impressive -- as the ball flutters into the back of the net ...



Midfielder Philippe Coutinho was a bright spot for Liverpool after arriving in February last year. Still 21, his skill on the ball was evident during this goal in Thailand Sunday …



After Paris St. Germain’s 1-0 loss to Real Madrid during a friendly in Sweden Saturday, Zlatan reminded Madrid’s players never to embarass him like that in his native land -- as if Ibra’s fashion sense hadn’t done that already ...



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