Premier League goals of the week: Gameweek 14

Tom Gott
De Bruyne stole the show
De Bruyne stole the show / Shaun Botterill/GettyImages
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Gameweek 14 had pretty much everything you could want.

There were massive upsets - Chelsea and Liverpool will want to move on as soon as possible - alongside unreal individual performances and a number of goal of the season contenders for everyone to enjoy.

We're focused on the goals here, so let's dive in.


1. Kevin De Bruyne vs Leicester

There was no Erling Haaland to assist this weekend, so Kevin De Bruyne took the goalscoring into his own hands.

The Belgian stepped up to a free-kick and pulled out this gorgeous effort which, thankfully, picked up that delicious thwack off the post en route to the back of the net.

Without their star striker, this was a big win for Man City.


2. Ben Mee vs Wolves

And now for the most un-Ben Mee goal you've ever seen.

The bruising Brentford centre-back dispatched of his usual towering header in favour of this impressive scissor kick which fired the Bees ahead against Wolves.

Was it the best goal from the game? Well...


3. Ruben Neves vs Brentford

If it's a long-range banger you're looking for, you better call Ruben Neves.

The in-demand midfielder can't seem to stop himself when the ball drops to him on the edge of the box, and why should he stop? He's a walking highlight reel from 25 yards.

He might not have many more goals left in his Wolves locker, but there are plenty to enjoy from the past.


4. Leandro Trossard vs Chelsea

Brighton's triumph over Chelsea was truly special, and it was kicked off by this glorious goal.

Some intense pressing saw the ball fall to Kaoru Mitoma, who breezed past two defenders and took another one out of the game with a neat pass to Leandro Trossard, who still had a lot of work to do.

The Belgian looked Kepa Arrizabalaga in the eyes, took the ball around the goalkeeper and arrowed the ball into the back of the net.


5. Miguel Almiron vs Aston Villa

Another week, another screamer from Miguel Almiron.

The Newcastle man curled home his seventh goal of the campaign to cap off an excellent display against Aston Villa, who became the latest inmates in the Almiron Penitentiary.

A completely unrelated stat for you: Jack Grealish has seven goals since he joined Man City in 2021.


6. Thomas Partey vs Nottingham Forest

Thomas Partey is another player who is developing a real penchant for a worldie.

The fourth goal of Arsenal's 5-0 thumping of Nottingham Forest was a delightful thump from the Ghanaian, who ran on to the ball before arrowing it into the top corner.

There were a lot of special moments from this game, but that stands out from the bunch.

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