Video Wrap! GOALS, Balotelli and Barton

Stunning goals from PSV, Bayern and Yeovil feature in the new GOALS! compilation, plus we've got Balotelli highlights and Barton's red card.

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Welcome to Monday's Video Wrap blog - our regular 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 13 superb strikes from the Dutch Eredivisie, German Bundesliga, Greek Super League, Brazilian Paulista, English League One, Portuguese Primeira Liga, and the Scottish Cup.

In particular, look out for Dries Mertens' belting brace in PSV's 7-0 romp against ADO Den Haag in Holland, and two stunning long-range efforts from Atromitos Athens in their win away to Olympiakos.

Yeovil fans will be pleased to see Ed Upson rubbing shoulders with more established names, as he nets from distance against Brentford at Huish Park.

Here's the full list of GOALS! scorers:

HOLLAND: Dries Mertens (1st) - PSV EINDHOVEN 7 ADO Den Haag 0

HOLLAND: Dries Mertens (2nd) - PSV EINDHOVEN 7 ADO Den Haag 0

GERMANY: Mario Mandzukic (2nd) - Mainz 0 BAYERN MUNICH 3

GERMANY: Michel Bastos - SCHALKE 1 Greuther Furth 2

GREECE: Elini Dimoutsos - Olympiakos 2 ATROMITOS 3

GREECE: Thanasis Karagounis - Olympiakos 2 ATROMITOS 3

GREECE: David Aganzo - ARIS 2 PAOK 2

GREECE: Abdoul Camara - Aris 2 PAOK 2

BRAZIL: Jadson - Santos 3 SAO PAULO 1

ENGLAND: Ed Upson - YEOVIL 3 Brentford 0

PORTUGAL: Enzo Perez - BENFICA 3 Vitoria Setubal 0

SCOTLAND: Gary Deegan - HIBERNIAN 1 Aberdeen 0

SCOTLAND: Charlie Mulgrew - Raith Rovers 0 CELTIC 3

Meanwhile, Mario Balotelli (who else?) made the headlines with two goals on his debut for AC Milan as they won 2-1 at home to Udinese in Serie A.

Milan's rivals Inter suffered a 3-1 defeat away to Siena. This stunning Alessio Sestu strike ensured Giuseppe Iachini's men led their illustrious guests going into the break.

In Ligue 1, Joey Barton was sent off as Marseille missed a golden opportunity to close the gap on Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon at the top of the table. The midfielder saw red for the first time in France after collecting two bookings within the space of four minutes in the second half. Marseille went on to lose 1-0 at home to Nancy, leaving them six points off the pace.

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