The Premier League season just ended saw a number of spectacular goals scored over the course of the campaign.
In among the many end-of-season awards, the scorpion and overhead kicks each Premier League side decided on their own goal of the season. The likes of Emre Can, Olivier Giroud, Andy Carroll, Jeff Hendrick and Henrikh Mkhitaryan all feature.
Alongside the aforementioned screamers, other clubs opted for a bit of variation, terrific solo goals (eg. Eden Hazard of Chelsea or Everton’s Tom Davies), and while Swansea’s looks on the face of it like a run-of-the-mill Fernando Llorente header, it was during the 3-2 win against Liverpool at Anfield that arguably sparked the sense of belief that ultimately led to their Premier League survival.
The video, compiled by Reddit user elevan11 features 19 of the 20 goals of the season in order of where the team finished at the end of the season:
Sunderland do not feature (though the more cynical-minded would suggest that it’s easy to forget they were even in the Premier League this year) and apparently did not have an official goal of the season, but fans in the Sunderland Echo did opt for Jermain Defoe’s brace in the 4-0 win at Crystal Palace: