Zlatan goal makes FIFA shortlist

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's overhead kick against England makes FIFA's list of the top goals of the year from across the globe. Who gets your vote?

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The FIFA Puskas Award is presented to the player, from either the men's or women's game, judged to have scored the best goal of the year.

And voting for this year's award has officially begun with a panel of experts and members of FIFA's Football Committee compiling their 10-player shortlist.

Italy ace Antonio Di Natale makes the list with a superb angled volley, while Brazil superstar Neymar also makes the cut with a screamer against Japan as well as Ibrahimovic's sublime overhead kick against England.

The three goals with the most votes from this first phase of voting will be up for a second vote. Then the goal with the most votes from the second phase of voting will be the winner of the 2013 FIFA Puskas award, which will be announced on January 13, 2014.

You can vote for your winner here on TEAMtalk and head to FIFA to log your official vote.

The 10 Contenders:

Juan Manuel Olivera (NAUTICO v Sport Recife)

Nemanja Matic (BENFICA v Porto)

Daniel LudueƱa (PACHAU v Tigers)

Lisa De Vanna (SKY BLUE FC v Boston Breakers)

Antonio Di Natale (UDINESE v Chievo)

Neymar (BRAZIL v Japan)

Peter Ankersen (ESBJERG IB v AGF)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (SWEDEN v England)

Louisa Necib (LYON v Saint-Etienne)

Panagiotis Kone (Napoli v BOLOGNA)

You can watch last year's contenders here.

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