We're letting you have your say about which goal you think was the pick of the bunch.
So sit back and enjoy the goals (video will start automatically in the picture box - UK online only), then vote for the best strike of the weekend either in the box towards the bottom of the homepage or via the link under the photo. We'll publish the results of the poll on Friday.
The goals, in no particular order, are:
Jermain Defoe’s second (Reading v TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR)
The Tottenham striker sealed his classy brace at the Madejski by dispossessing Kaspars Gorkss on the halfway line before surging forward and firing home a clinical left-footed finish.
Lukas Podolski (ARSENAL v Liverpool)
'Poldi' followed up his first goal for the Gunners against Liverpool at the start of the month with a wonderful curling free-kick in the 6-1 mauling of Southampton.
Alexander Buttner (MANCHESTER UNITED v Wigan Athletic)
The Dutch left-back marked his debut with a rampaging run down the left before cutting inside, snaking his way through three defrenders and driving a low strike home from a tight angle.
Dimiter Berbatov's first (FULHAM v West Bromwich Albion)
He may not have started a match since February but there was no lack of sharpness on the Bulgarian's full Fulham debut as he bent a lovely finish into the top corner to cap off Alex Kacaniklic's run.
Matthew Lowton (ASTON VILLA v Swansea City)
If the summer signing makes a habit of scoring goals like his spectacular chest-and-volley from the edge of the box against Swansea then he'll soon be a Villa Park favourite.