Filthy Finish By Marcus Rashford

When you are 18-years-old and you play for arguably the most noticeable club in the world, you're not supposed to score 6 goals in your first 11 games. But that's what Marcus Rashford has done since LVG called his name to the first team. Rashford kicked off the scoring against West Ham in the FA Cup quarterfinals. The youngster received the ball at the edge off the box after a West Ham turnover and then showed off his footwork before burying a shot off the upper 90 crossbar. So smooth, so pretty.

Dimitri Payet Is The Free-Kick King

Dimitri Payet has 13 goals in all competitions this year. Five of them are on free-kicks coming off of his golden right foot. Sure, there are a lot of amazing free-kick takers out there, but I'm going to go ahead and just give Payet the title of "Free-Kick King". His right footed curling rockets have been giving goalkeepers fits since his return from an ankle injury in January and he's been key in keeping West Ham in the hunt for a top four finish.  Go ahead a watch all of his golazo's from set peices this year. The best one, probably his rip from 30+ yards out against Russia.

Vardy Scores Golazos For England Too

Oh the great Jamie Vardy. Not only does the lad have 19 goals and 6 assists in the Premier League, but now he is acting like the saving grace for the Three Lions. Vardy continued his coming out party to the world but this time on the international stage as he netted this clinical backheel against the defending world champions. Germany gave up a 2-0 lead to the Englishman, and one of the other goal scorers for Roy Hodgson's bunch was none other than Harry Kane.

Coutinho's Filthy Chip Sends Liverpool to the Europa League Quarterfinals

Liverpool are on to the Europa League quarterfinals, but it wasn't always a for sure thing when Manchester United scored from the spot to make it 2 - 1 on aggregate. With Manchester United up 1 - 0 and looking for a second to tie on aggregate, Liverpool's Coutinho scored a world class goal that took a great deal of skill. The Brazilian midfielder took the ball just inside the attacking third of the pitch, took on United right back Guillermo Varela, beat him in one move and chipped David de Gea from a extremely tough angle.

Shinji Okazaki Scores Amazing Bicycle Kick Against Newcastle

Leicester City continue their Premier League dominance with a 1 - 0 win over Newcastle United. There was a lot of anticipation for this match up as this was Rafa Benitez's first match as manager for Newcastle. Unfortunately it did not go his way as Shinji Okazaki scored a wonderful bicycle kick to take a 1 - 0 lead in the 25th minute. The victory put Leicester City 5 points clear of 2nd place Tottenham. With only 8 matches left in the 2015 - 2016 EPL season for Leicester City, can they hold on to the 5 point lead or will another team get hot and overtake the top spot?

Michael Doyle Scores Amazing Volley Against Accrington Stanley

With Portsmouth already holding a 2 - 0 lead, Michael Doyle put the cherry on top with an incredible volley. Battling against Accrington Stanley, the former Leeds and Sheffield United midfielder latched on to a cleared set piece and hammered it home from 35 yards out. The 43rd minute goal put Portsmouth up 3 - 0 going into halftime and would go on to win 3 - 1. 

Aaron Ramsey's Backheel Goal Gives Arsenal the Lead

Aaron Ramsey featured in our "Top18 Boots You Can Buy Today" showed off again why he deserves to be highlighted for his great goals. In a match between two world reknown clubs, Ramsey opened the scoring with a nifty backheel. With instinct alone, he guided his teammate's cross into the back of the net. Arsenal would draw Tottenham 2-2, which featured another incredible goal from Harry Kane. 

Harry Kane Scores From Impossible Angle

Harry Kane caught everyone off guard today with a wonderful goal from a near impossible angle. Hard work paid off for Tottenham as a battle in the corner allowed them to keep the play alive. When the ball emerged from the corner, Kane gathered it, took two dribbles towards the center of the pitch and with no one stepping to mark him, fired a powerful shot that beat Arsenal keeper, Petr Cech. Kane's goal in the 61st minute gave Tottenham the lead, only for them to lose it and draw 2-2 with Arsenal. 

Jamie Vardy With The Sensational Volley vs. Liverpool

Jamie. Vardy. Those two words have taken over this 2015 - 2016 English Premier League season. While his name was in numerous transfer rumors to some of the top clubs, Leicester City decided to keep their beloved striker and are expecting to sign him for the long run. The first place club faced Liverpool Tuesday night and in the 60th minute, Vardy unleashed a sensational volley from outside of the box. His league leading 17th goal was masterful as he volleyed a long ball off the bounce leaving Liverpool keeper, Simon Migonlet standing still.