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December 10, 2015

Last week’s top soccer moments

By Dan Stelly | Photo via Sportbild

No one will score a more casual goal this season than Mainz’s Jairo, who looped a ridiculous volley over the Hamburg goalkeeper while propped on his side. Mainz went on to win 3–1. [Source: Fox Soccer]

One, two, three — Shinji Kagawa and Borussia Dortmund stunned Wolfsburg with a stoppage-time winner consisting of excellent first-time touches. [Source: Streamable]

OH Leuven’s John Bostock fired home a wicked effort to help his side to a Belgian league win. [Source: Streamable]

The only thing better than this sweeping camera angle is Mario Gomez’s sweet, two-touch finish in a Beşiktaş victory. [Source: Streamable]

On his Benfica debut, 18-year-old Renato Sanches fired home a dream strike from considerable distance. The youngster surely isn’t short on confidence. [Source: Streamable]

Red-hot Paulo Dybala showed off his technique with a juggle on the thigh and a scorching volley to help Juventus top Lazio. [Source: Streamable]

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