The Video Wrap blog is back - this is our Monday 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, there's some real crackerjacks to watch. Modric and Messi steal the headlines in La Liga; there's a must-see solo effort from Argentina, with Ignacio Scocco netting for Newell's Old Boys; and scorers for Accrington, Barnet and Rochdale are included, all representing League Two.
Here's the full list of 13 - now click play to see the goals...
Jose Villareal - LA GALAXY v Heridiano
Paul Lawson - Inverness CT v ROSS COUNTY
Djimi Traore - SEATTLE SOUNDERS v Tigres
Kallum Higginbotham - MOTHERWELL v Hibernian
Lee Molyneux - ACCRINGTON v Barnet
Ross Jenkins - Accrington v BARNET
Piao Cheng - BEIJING GOUAN v Sanfecce Hiroshima
Jung Woo-Young - Yokohama F-Marinos v JUBILO IWATA
Walter Ayoui - MONTERREY v Xelagu
Michael Rose - Bristol Rovers v ROCHDALE
Lionel Messi - BARCELONA v Rayo Vallecano
Ignacio Scocco - NEWELL'S OLD BOYS v River Plate
Luka Modric - REAL MADRID v Mallorca
Rounding up the best of the rest of the weekend football videos, we start in France...
David Beckham was in the team from the start for Paris Saint-Germain in their Ligue 1 clash at Saint-Etienne on Sunday night. PSG raced into a two-goal lead through Javier Pastore and Zlatan Ibrahimovic's penalty, but were pegged back by an Alex own goal and a fantastic goal by Francois Clerc. After the 2-2 draw, Carlo Ancelotti's side are five points clear at the top of the table as nearest rivals Lyon lost 4-1 at mid-table Bastia on Saturday.
In the Jupiler Pro League in Belgium, the regular season ended with former Liverpool forward Milan Jovanovic scoring this great goal for leaders Anderlecht away to Gent. The match finished 1-1; the play-offs come next.
Shakhtar Donetsk boast a huge 16-point lead in the Ukrainian Premier League, their latest victory coming against sixth-placed Chornomorets Odesa. Fernandinho took the plaudits for this excellent strike.
Bayern Munich could wrap up the Bundesliga title before the end of March. They continued their ruthless pursuit of the German crown with a 2-1 win at Bayer Leverkusen at the weekend. Mario Gomez gave them a half-time lead with a superb solo effort.
Another team with a sizeable advantage in their domestic league is Celtic, 15 points ahead in the SPL. They needed this late Giorgos Samaras overhead kick to get the better of Aberdeen at the weekend in a 4-3 thriller at Parkhead.
Last but by no means least, we should pay tribute to Roma legend Francesco Totti after he scored this free-kick in a 2-0 win over Parma on Sunday. The goal takes him to 226 in Serie A, putting him out on his own in second spot in the all-time top scorers chart in the Italian top-flight. The 36-year-old still has to net another 49, however, to topple Silvio Piola - who scored most of his goals for Lazio - from the summit.
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