WATCH: The best Premier League goals of Gameweek 30

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Gameweek 30 could be the one we look back on when this season comes to an end.

There were some massive moments at both ends of the table which could end up deciding the final look of the Premier League table, and as always, the goals didn't disappoint either.

Here are the best strikes from gameweek 30.

1. Scott McTominay vs Everton

The goalscoring phenom that is Scott McTominay was back at it again this weekend.

A smart run from the Scot, who flashed real composure to fire Man Utd ahead against Everton.

2. Matheus Nunes vs Chelsea

How about this for a hit from Wolves' Matheus Nunes?

This outrageous volley was his first goal in English football since joining last summer, and he's probably never going to score a better one.

3. Son Heung-min vs Brighton

This hasn't been Son Heung-min's best season, but he was clearly saving all his talent for this monster of a strike against Brighton.

Referee drama may have spoiled the win for Tottenham, but this is a highlight which shouldn't be forgotten soon.

4. Alexander Isak vs Brentford

Alexander Isak's return from injury looks to be the catalyst for Newcastle's push for Champions League football.

He's started just nine Premier League games this season but has still racked up eight goals, the latest of which was this absolute gem to see off Brentford.

5. Ollie Watkins vs Nottingham Forest

Ollie Watkins' excellent season for Aston Villa continues to fly under the radar.

This quick feet and excellent chip moves Watkins up to 12 goals for the season - only six others have more in the Premier League in 2022/23.

6. Erling Haaland vs Southampton

Shock, Erling Haaland is back in this list.

This acrobatic effort is probably among the best of his 30 Premier League goals for Manchester City to date.

7. Ebere Eze vs Leeds

It felt wrong not to include at least one of Crystal Palace's five goals against Leeds (sidenote: Palace had scored 24 goals in 29 games heading into this one).

We've gone with this delightful two-man game between Ebere Eze and Michael Olise, with the latter's perfect through-ball finding the former for a cheeky finish.

8. Roberto Firmino vs Arsenal

Trent Alexander-Arnold gets plenty of criticism for his work on the defensive end, but there's no denying he's a special talent at the other end of the field.

The Liverpool right-back torched Oleksandr Zinchenko and dinked in a perfect cross for Roberto Firmino, who headed home what could be an enormous goal in the title race.