In our regular weekly feature, we present five goals published on our site and you then decide which is your favourite!
But there is a twist: in classic 'winner stays on' format, the goal with the most votes then defends the title the following week against four new efforts.
Brazil legend Ronaldinho became the first man to enter our hall of fame after going five weeks undefeated which means he retires from the competition with a perfect record.
In his absence, a literal unknown stepped up to become the new title-holder. As in, we really don't know the name of this West Brom youngster who performed a stunning Zinedine Zidane impression during academy training.
In his first title defence, he faces stiff competition. Can he match the great Ronaldinho and go a full month without being out-voted?
This week's options are:
Contender 1: David Hovorka produces quite the finish for Sparta Prague B during the 3-0 local derby win over struggling Meteor Prague – using his BACKSIDE.
Contender 2: Nilton somehow catches a corner kick sweet with the back of his heel for a spectacular volley for Cruziero against Botafogo.
Contender 3: Ryder Matos, Fiorentina’s Brazilian striker who has been sent back to South America on loan at Bahia, embarks on a 70-yard dribble before slotting home after a one-two.
Contender 4: Ex-Bolton and Fulham midfielder Andranik Teymourian slams home a 30-yard piledriver for Esteghial in their Asian Champions League encounter with Buriram United – moments after saving a butterfly from being harmed on the pitch.