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Premier League 2016: Top 5 EPL Goals Of Week 5

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Another week is in the books in the Premier League season, and just like last week there were copious goals abound. Jordan Henderson oal of the season candidate for Liverpool and four other dazzling goals comprise this week’s top 5 list.

Without further adieu, here are the 5 best goals of EPL’s week 5.


5.) Kelechi Iheanacho- Manchester City

Manchester City can do no wrong. A 4-0 dismantling of Bournemouth showcased the Pep Guardiola-led club’s high-octane attack, and the stellar buildup for this Kelechi Iheancho’s goal is the epitome of City’s impressive start to the season.

 

4.) Seamus Coleman- Everton

It’s obviously still very early in the season, but so far Everton looked like a contender for the top 4 under new boss Ronald Koeman. Everton sit alone in second place with 13 points, and this sweet Seamus Coleman goal helped the Toffees take the lead for good in their clinical 3-1 win  against Middlesbrough at Goodison Park on Saturday.


3.) Andros Townsend- Crystal Palace

This blissful Andos Townsend goal was the cherry on top fourth goal of Crystal Palace’s 4-1 demolition of Stoke City. Truly an afternoon to cherish in south London for Alan Pardew’s men.


2.) Granit Xhaka- Arsenal

Boom Xhaka-laka!

Arsenal had already wrapped up a victory against Hull City when Granit Xhaka added this exclamation point. The 23-year-old Swiss had nothing to lose when he fired this absolute lightning bolt in stoppage time of Arsenal’s 4-1 blitz.


1.) Jordan Henderson- Liverpool

It doesn’t get much better than this Jordan Henderson wonder strike. It was the difference in Liverpool’s huge 2-1 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Friday afternoon.


 

 

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