Video Wrap: Austin powers in GOALS!

Don't miss the great GOALS! from Burnley's Charlie Austin and Morecambe's Kevin Ellison, plus there's the best of Serie A in Video Wrap.

Last Updated: 04/03/13 at 22:10 Post Comment

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.

In GOALS! this week, we've got 11 excellent efforts which we're sure you'll enjoy watching. Charlie Austin's stunning long-range drive for Burnley at Charlton is included, as well as on-loan Newcastle striker Sammy Ameobi's skilful debut goal for Middlesbrough against Cardiff.

From League Two, check out Doug Loft's 25-yarder for Port Vale at Oxford and perhaps the pick of the bunch - Kevin Ellison's venomous volley for Morecambe against Rochdale (thumped so hard we've replayed it in slow motion for you).

Around the world, we've got Soldado scoring for Valencia and Messi for Barcelona in La Liga, Moisander for Ajax in the Eredivisie, and more from Japan, Ukraine and Greece.

Here's the full list of GOALS! scorers:

Koji Morisake (SANFRECCE HIROSHIMA v Urawa Reds)

Charlie Austin (Charlton v BURNLEY)

Doug Loft (Oxford United v PORT VALE)

Kevin Ellison (MORECAMBE v Rochdale)

Sammy Ameobi (MIDDLESBROUGH v Cardiff)

Niklas Moisander (FC Twente v AJAX)

Eric Bicfalvi (Shakhtar Donetsk v VOLYN)

Roberto Soldado (VALENCIA v Levante)

Lionel Messi (Real Madrid v BARCELONA)

Ergys Kace (PAOK v Panionios)

Konstantinos Katsouranis (PAOK v Panionios)

Elsewhere, here's some of our favourite goals from Italy's Serie A over the course of the weekend.

Former West Ham man Alessandro Diamanti twisted this superb left-footed drive into the top corner as Bologna beat Cagliari 3-0...

... Giacomo Bonaventura set Atalanta on their way to a 2-0 win at Siena after just three minutes when he picked up a German Denis pass 30 yards from goal and drove the ball past a helpless Gianluca Pegolo...

... and in the big game of the weekend - Napoli v Juventus on Friday night - Gokhan Inler equalised with this effort, the match ending 1-1.

In France's Ligue 1, Lille battled from a goal down to maintain their European push with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at home to Bordeaux. Here's Ronny Rodelin's fine finish just before the hour mark...

And finally, the 2013 MLS season is now up and running. Here's a well-taken goal from Columbus Crew's Josh Williams in their 2-0 win at Chivas USA...

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