Kiev: Heading into Sunday's European Championship final between Spain and Italy, 72 goals had been scored by the 16 teams that took part. Here's our pick of the top five (hoping, of course, that goals in the final might be even better).
DANNY WELBECK'S FLICK
The Manchester United forward scored only once for England at Euro 2012, but his goal was brilliant for its cunning and exquisite timing. With England and Sweden tied at 2 in the 78th minute of their June 15 group stage match, winger Theo Walcott sent in a cross. His back to the goal, Welbeck met the ball with his right leg and flicked it behind him with his heel, stunning Sweden goalkeeper Andreas Isaksson. A top-five selection because the 21-year-old Welbeck's execution was astounding and the goal secured the win for England.