Welcome to Monday's Video Wrap blog - our round-up which gives you the opportunity to see some of the weekend's best moments that you might have missed.
Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, Argentina, Brazil and, er, Belgium are just some of the exotic destinations visited in GOALS!. There's 13 strikes to watch in total - two come from the SPL, and the Football League is represented by Bristol City's Albert Adomah, Bristol Rovers' Lee Brown and Chesterfield's Jay O'Shea. However, the pick of the bunch (as usual) is arguably Lionel Messi's goal for Barcelona in their 2-0 La Liga win over Depor on Saturday night.
Here's the full list of GOALS! scorers:
Vendry Mofu - SEMEN PADENG v Singapore Armed Forces
Tatsuro Inui - Semen Padeng v SINGAPORE ARMED FORCES
Yuya Osako - KASHIMA ANTLERS v Vegalta Sendai
Pham Thua Chi - Tampines Rovers v XUAN THANH SAI GON
Leonardo Ponzio - RIVER PLATE v Colon
Dougie Imrie - Dundee v ST MIRREN
Grant Munro - ROSS COUNTY v Celtic
Laurent Ciman - OH Leuven v STANDARD LIEGE
Lionel Messi - BARCELONA v Deportivo La Coruna
Albert Adomah - BRISTOL CITY v Middlesbrough
Lee Brown - BRISTOL ROVERS v Exeter City
James O'Shea - CHESTERFIELD v Bristol Rovers
Guilherme Dos Santos Torres - CORINTHIANS v Ituano
Here's some more goals to watch. Pescara lost 2-1 at Atalanta in Serie A on Sunday, but Gaetano D'Agostino's sublime opener for the visitors was worthy of more...
... in Ligue 1, Toulouse won 1-0 at Brest on Saturday in a vital relegation tussle. The only goal was a spectacular effort from 17-year-old Adrien Rabiot, who is on loan from PSG.
Manchester City thrashed Barnsley 5-0 in Saturday evening's FA Cup quarter-final. Replay Carlos Tevez's hat-trick and goals from Aleksandar Kolarov and David Silva...
... and Wigan blitzed Everton in five first-half minutes to record a 3-0 win at Goodison and book their Wembley semi-final trip.
On Sunday, Chelsea came from two goals down to hold Manchester United to a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford and earn a quarter-final replay...
... Millwall and Blackburn must also do it all again after the two Championship clubs played out a goalless draw at The Den.
Finally this week, two goals from the MLS. Vancouver Whitecaps lead the Western Conference after taking six points from their first four games. Here, Daigo Kobayashi shoots from distance to beat Columbus goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum in a 2-1 win...
... in the Eastern Conference, Montreal Impact are top dogs. They saw off Portland Timbers 2-1 at the weekend with Hassoun Camara netting this acrobatic effort.