There are goals – then there are goals.
Now the 50 most beautiful goals of the European Championship have been eliminated, and they are filled only with dreams of Sweden.
In total, there will be up to five blue and yellow targets in the list.
There is really something special about the summer tournament. That’s when an entire country ends up with a common goal – encouraging their team to succeed, and in Sweden we’ve already spoiled great successes.
The clearest example of this is 1994, when the weather was at its peak and the Swedish national team took an impressive bronze in the United States. But of course it is also special to pamper yourself by watching many good football matches between the major countries all summer long and also feel that there is something magical about the matches. Like players are getting better all of a sudden, goals look better.
Now, when the European Championships are just getting started, major football website fourfourtwo has published a list of the 50 most beautiful songs of all time in the context of the European Championship, which is of course a very interesting read. Maybe a little special with Swedish eyes – when there are up to five Swedish strokes that fit on the list.
Zlatan the four
In 45th place was Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s goal against Greece during the 2008 European Championship, when he fired a real cannon into the far corner, only the first of Zlatan’s three goals on the list. He also ranks 41st for Henrik Larsson’s header against Bulgaria at the 2004 European Championships, when he threw himself forward at the incomparable job of Eric Edmann and got his forehead on the ball.
23 on the list is Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s superb heeled goal against Italy, from an impossible angle, which means 1-1 in the match – but Zlatan is fourth on the list. Then obviously it’s about his technical kick against France during Euro 2012.
“He showed everything an MMA-trained person can do, and he didn’t blink at an opponent when he shot a superb ball past Lloris into the goal and dropped completely into the far corner,” the site writes.
In addition, Thomas Brolin ranks seventh on the list, with his goal against England in the 2012 European Championship.
See the full list Here.