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Douglas Costa Pens a How-To for Humiliating Your Opponents

September 2, 2015

Last week’s top soccer moments

By Dan Stelly | Photo via The World Game

If you ever want to humiliate someone on a soccer field, look no further than this move from Bayern Munich’s Douglas Costa. [Source: Streamable]

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Chievo’s Riccardo Meggiorini produced an assist-of-the-season contender with a brilliant backheel against Lazio. [Source: Repubblica]

Not long after whipping home a free kick, James pulled off an overhead stunner to cap a terrific outing against Real Betis. [Source: World Football]

Speaking of James, Jesús Dueñas did his best impression of the Colombian’s World Cup screamer with a chest-to-volley combination that found the top corner for Tigres. [Source: Streamable]

Not today, St. Johnstone. Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon showed remarkable agility to deliver a double-save in stoppage time. [Source: Gfycat]

Swansea topped Manchester United thanks to this ridiculous pass from Andrew Ayew and slick finish from Bafétimbi Gomis. [Source: Streamable]

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