GOALS! Bale beauty, Hamburg humdinger

Gareth Bale's latest for Real Madrid and a 45-yard free-kick feature in our video of the best goals from around the world over the last week.

Last Updated: 26/02/14 at 14:07 Post Comment

There's been some absolute crackers scored over the past seven days - so check out our free-to-air video which highlights the very best strikes from around the globe.

Whether it's La Liga, or League One, the very best strikes are included in our cut.

Starting with Gareth Bale's stunner for Real Madrid against Elche, culminating in Hakan Calhanoglu's outrageous 45-yard free-kick for Hamburg against Borussia Dortmund, it's all here.

Use the story comment box, below, to let us know which of these strikes is your favourite, and don't forget to check out our Video section for more interviews, news reports, paper reviews, goals and bloopers.

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