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Amazing Team Goal


There is only one way to describe this goal: liquid football.

Portuguese giants Benfica scored a breathtaking team effort in a 2-0 win against local rivals Sporting Lisbon last night - starting with a beautiful piece of solo skill from Eduardo Slavio, a deft one-two and then a lovely volley from Lima, it's got to be up there for goal of the season.

As if this wasn't enough continental flair, on the same weekend a goalkeeper nutmegged a striker in Sweden and Thiago Silva produced a physics-defying shot (which unfortunately didn't count, but never mind) for PSG. Suddenly we're really dreading the end of the season.

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