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Video Wrap! FA Cup, GOALS etc

Wayne Rooney's FA Cup strike for Manchester United hits the Video Wrap, while Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski makes our GOALS! compilation.

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Lewandowski rubs shoulders with the likes of Carlisle's David Symington this week as GOALS! rounds up 10 of the best strikes from around the world in the past few days.

Norwich transfer target Ricky van Wolfswinkel gets a look in too, while we've also got all the best FA Cup fourth-round goals for you.

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GOALS!

Here's the rundown from our latest compilation...

Archie Thompson - MELBOURNE VICTORY v Sydney FC

Osvaldo - SAO PAULO v Bolivar

Marcelo Canete - SAO PAULO v Atletico Sorocaba

David Symington - CARLISLE v Scunthorpe

Robert Lewandowski - BORUSSIA DORTMUND v Nurnberg

Paolo Hurtado - Moreirense v PACOS FERREIRA

Ricky van Wolfswinkel - SPORTING LISBON v Guimaraes

Richard Brittain - Dundee United v ROSS COUNTY

David Gray - Rangers v MONTROSE

Oscar de Marcos - ATHLETIC BILBAO v Atletico Madrid

FA Cup Goals!

Here's the FA Cup Goal of the Round compilation for the fourth-round ties.

A. Olivier Giroud (1st goal), Brighton 2 ARSENAL 3

B. Mikele Leigertwood, READING 4 Sheffield United 0

C. Scott Dann, Derby 0 BLACKBURN 3

D. Wayne Rooney, MANCHESTER UNITED 4 Fulham 1

E. Oscar, Brentford 2 CHELSEA 2

F. Ross McCormack, LEEDS UTD 2 Tottenham 1

Also worth a look: Johnny Heitinga's injury-time goal, Bolton 1 EVERTON 2...

... and Scott Rendell's winner, Norwich 0 LUTON TOWN 1

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