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Two fantastic goals you probably missed
by Samuel Charles, November 4th, 2012 9:32PM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] A bicycle kick from Serie A, and a must-see volley from the Ukrainian Premier League from a a pair of games you probably missed. These goals from this weekend both possess a very high degree of difficulty, but they also show there’s different ways to hit the net.

Very few people will probably remember that Atalanta beat Sampdoria 2-1 early in the Serie A season, but the home fans will certainly remember the lone goal for the losing side just after halftime.

A textbook bicycle kick, by 32-year-old Enzo Maresco, that the Atalanta keeper can only watch sail into the top shelf.



A first touch on a corner from outside the box, this is simply one of the most perfectly struck volleys you’ll ever see. Scored by Lucas Perez Martinez, born in Spain, playing for Karpaty Lviv in Ukraine. He had a hat trick, his team beat Kryvbas 6-0, and this goal was truly exceptional. 



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