The third day of FIFA World Cup 2018 Last 16 was probable the most exciting ones with thrilling and fun matches, resulting in several exciting goals.
Most of the top selected goals came from the exciting Belgium against Japan game which ended 3-2 for the Red Devils as they match on into quarter final round for a meeting with Brazil.
From that thrilling battle, there’s three quality goals which deserved another look for football lovers, starting with Jan Vertongen’s lovely looping header that pretty much put his team back into the tie.
Another top strike from that game was netted by Japanese winger, Takashi Inui, which was also his team’s second.
Inui strike a lovely curling effort just from outside of the penalty area that temporarily gave his team a 2-0 lead, providing that short joy for the Blue Samurai.
The third quality goal, which also deserved mentioning was Belgium’s winner, scored by Nacer Chadli, basically seconds before the match ended.
Although the strike can be considered a simple finish from inside the box, but the process which arrived from a fast counter attacking play made it thrilling and a fitting ending for that match.
Watching that goal, viewers can acknowledge how making the right decisions in the final third are simply essential and crucial for any team that want to score goals.