Top 10 Goal Scores of UEFA European Championship in History

UEFA European Championship, the second grandest football tournament behind FIFA World Cup, is going to celebrate its 15th edition in France from June 10 to July 10, 2016. Expanding from 16 teams to 24 competing for the title at first time, Euro 2016 is expected to bring fascinating matches, inedible moments and new records. Of course, the rank of greatest goal scores will be given an upgrade. Beyond arrival of upcoming championship, let’s have a review of top 10 goal scores of UEFA European Championship in history.

Top 10 Goal Scores of UEFA European Championship

10. Wayne Rooney – 5 Goals in 6 Matches
Wayne Rooney, the famous English footballer, now is the captain of both Manchester United and England national team. At Euro 2004, Rooney started his first international tournament as the youngest player for England and shot to fame because of 2 goals against Switzerland. Although England was defeated by Portugal in Quarter-finals, Rooney was named to the team of the tournament for 4 goals in 4 matches. In 2012, Rooney played European Championship for England and scored another one goals in 2 matches.

9. Savo Milošević – 5 Goals in 4 Matches
Played as a striker when he was 16 years old, Savo Milošević scored 37 goals for Serbia national team and 197 goals for clubs in his football career. This retired footballer debuted for nation team of FR Yugoslavia (now Serbia national team) in 1994 and attended 1998/2006 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000. He made a very stunning appearance earning Golden Boot for 5 scores in 4 matches at Euro 2000, his first and last European Championship.

8. Nuno Gomes – 6 Goals in 14 Matches
The senior international career of Nuno Gomes (full name: Nuno Miguel Soares Pereira Ribeiro) began from 1996 and ended in 2011. During this period, he represented Portugal in 2002/2006 World Cups and 2000/2004/2008 Euros. He earned the international reputation at his first European Championship scoring 4 goals to lead Portugal enter semi-finals. At the following edition, he scored the crucial goal against Spanish as a substitute and also granted another one goal against Germany at Euro 2008 becoming the fourth player to score at straight three European Championships.

7. Cristiano Ronaldo – 6 Goals in 14 Matches
As one of the best football players in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo receives a grand success in his club and international career. At Euro 2004, he was selected as one member of Portugal’s squad and featured in the UEFA Euro All-Star Team for two assists and two goals in this tournament. When coming to Euro 2008, Ronaldo disappointed fans scoring one goal in whole competition. Portugal was assigned to the group of death at Euro 2012. Ronaldo scored 2 goals against Netherlands sending Portugal to quarter-finals and another one goal against the Czech Republic leading the nation team to semi-finals.

6. Thierry Henry – 6 Goals in 11 Matches
Thierry Henry is a legend French footballer who made goalscore record in his country and retired on December 16, 2014. After winning 1998 World Cup, Henry represented France to score 3 goals leading France to receive another major international medal. But the success was not continued at the next edition. France lost the quarter-final against Greece. Henry played all matches and scored 2 goals. France showed a worse performance eliminating in group stage at Euro 2008. Henry granted only one goal of the nation team in the competition against Netherlands.

5. Zlatan Ibrahimović – 6 Goals in 10 Matches
Zlatan Ibrahimović, recognized as one of best strikers in the word, now plays for French club Paris Saint-Germain and Sweden nation team as captain. He made his first appearance at European Championship in 2004 and scored two goals. Despite of two goals by Ibrahimović for each edition of following Euro 2008 and 2012, Sweden’s UEFA European Championship journey always ended in group stage. At Euro 2016, Sweden was drawn in Group E with Republic of Ireland, Belgium and Italy. Let’s expect that Ibrahimović can lead the nation team to knockout phase and advanced stages.

4. Patrick Kluivert – 6 Goals in 9 Matches
The former Dutch striker turned to football coach and current manager of Curaçao national team. He played for Netherlands from 1994 to 2004 and appeared in three European Championships, Euro 1996, 2000 and 2004. Due to the knee injury, Kluivert missed several matches at Euro 1996 and scored only one goal in the final group game leading Netherlands to knock-out round. At Euro 2000, he scored 5 goals and 4 goals in a quarter-finals match against Yugoslavia. Kluivert played for Netherlands at Euro 2004 again but no goal was made.

3. Ruud van Nistelrooy – 6 Goals in 8 Matches
Ruud van Nistelrooy had a brilliant football career winning Champions League top scorer three times as well as other European leagues. This Dutch footballer made his first tournament debut for Netherlands at Euro 2004, in which he scored one goals in each of three group stage games and another one in quarter-finals. Van Nistelrooy scored another two goals at Euro 2008. After that, he announced to retire from Netherlands national team. On May 14, 2012, he made the retirement from football and became assistant manager of Dutch notional team from August 2, 2014 to present.

2. Alan Shearer – 7 Goals in 9 Matches
Alan Shearer is an admired English striker retiring from football in 2006. He is also the record goalscorer of the Premier League. Shearer debuted at European Championship 1992 but scored no goal but made a successful performance at Euro 1996 scoring 5 goals and won tops scorer of the tournament. At Euro 2000, Shearer scored one goal against Germany and a penalty against Romania in the final group game but could not lead England to enter the next stage. After this competition, Shearer announced retiring from international football.

1. Michel Platini – 9 Goals in 5 Matches
No matter how controversial Michel Platini is for the ethics issue when serving as president of UEFA, he is undoubtedly one of the greatest footballers in history. He played only one European Championship in 1984 edition and left a profound individual impact for 9 scores in just 5 matches pushing France to crown in this tournament. The most memorable goals he made must be the hat-trick against Belgium in group stage. Besides top scorer in Euro 1984, Platini was also awarded as UEFA Team of the tournament. In 1987, he announced retiring from all football.

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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Fight Video Download Guide

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American wrestling is better known to people worldwide and are divided into three leagues: WWE, TNA and ROH. The United States-based WWE, as the largest professional wrestling company worldwide currently, has held about 320 non- televised activities in over 150 countries, welcoming 36,000,000 audiences. Many people without the tickets cannot wait to watch the WWE videos online, and even look forward to free WWE video download. The American entertainment company also has the source of revenue from film, music, product licensing and direct product sales that are belong to the subsidiaries and divisions.

With a history of more than one hundred years originated from France, American Pro-Wrestling can be considered as a kind of sport entertainment. WWE, once named as World Wrestling Federation has a twenty year history since its foundation. It acquired WCW (World Champion Wrestling) and ECW (Extreme Champion Wrestling). WWE shows are all storyline-driven and scripted and competitors are co-working players on the arena, which is the same to NJPW, CZW, ECW and BJW. There are also WWE games online and WWE kids.

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Free Download Copa America 2015 Videos (Full Match/Highlights/Theme Song) Online

Story happening on 4 July 2015 at Estadio Nacional, Sandtiago told everybody that Copa America 2015 came to the end. The new champion Chile had never given up fighting for victory and eventually lifted the dream trophy with a 4-1 score over Argentina after a penalty shootout. It was the first time they get crowned on Copa America 2015. Congratulations to Chile and commiserations to Messi and Argentina. To be honest, the words cannot describe how tense and brilliant the games very exactly, while images can drive you to feel them more intuitively. If you unfortunately missed the final or other great moments of Copa America 2015, the videos online are the best choices to enjoy this tournament. And here, I will show how to free download Copa America 2015 videos, like the final, full matches, highlights, theme song video and more using a great sports video downloader for helping you, a loyalty football fan, watch Copa America 2015 offline without any interruptions.

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Top 10 Best NBA Playoff Moments

2015 NBA Playoffs continued to intensify to race for the title. Inevitably, remarkable highlights please crazy basketball fans especially when LeBron James from Cleveland Cavaliers shot his third buzzer-beater in as many days. It is also a celebration for the Clippers, who beat the Rockets with a victory of 3:1 series score winning the hope of Conference Final promotion place where this team has never reached before. It is unpredictable how many miracles will happen in the future, while top 10 best classic NBA Playoffs moments should not be forgotten.

Top 10 Best NBA Playoff Moments

No matter what a calm fan you are, you may shout out loudly while witnessing a breakaway dunk, winning buzzer beater and impactful clutch. Yes, all those more likely emerge in playoffs. Follow me and catch the list of top 10 NBA Playoff moments you will never forget.

NBA Playoff Moments

Top of the Top – Jordan’s Immortal Game-Winning Shot
It went to the most exited time of Games 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. Only 41.9 seconds left, Utah Jazz tried their best to hold the 86-83 lead. But Michael Jordan broke their wishes. After a quick layup to change the score to 86-85, Jordan made a crucial second-point shot with 5.2 seconds left giving Bulls a victory of 87-86. Running on fumes with 45 points, Jordan deserved Finals MVP. The legendary game-winning shot also becomes eternal moment throughout NBA history.

Gift for Lakers – Heroic Magic
Let’s track back to 1980 NBA Finals. Los Angeles Lakers faced the big trouble for the captain Kareem Abdul-Jabbar get ankle sprained with a rest in game 6. But nothing can prevent Lakers from lifting the trophy. Magic Johnson, the point guard, filled in at the center at the start and played all 5 positions in the game. Receiving 45 points, 15 rebounds and 7 assists, Magic led Lakers to win championship over Philadelphia 76ers.

First NBA Championship of Knicks – Inspired by Captain Reed
Willis Reed seemingly had listed out of left games of the series after suffering from torn muscle in right leg in game 5 of 1970 NBA Finals. For a lost in game 6, Knicks had to play game 7. Everyone was surprised by Reed’s appearance in game 7. Yes, Reed didn’t score much in this decisive game, but his sprit encourages Knicks to be crowned. On the other hand, all audiences were moved by the best NBA Playoff moment.

Most Impressive Radio Call – “Havlicek Stole the Ball”
At the last 5 seconds of game 7 of 1965 Eastern Conference Finals with one point lead of Boston Celtics over Philadelphia 76ers, Havlicek suddenly shoved the ball, which was inbounded by Hal Greer to Chet Walker, away toward his teammate Sam Jones who dribbled the ball till the end. Eventually, Celtics won the seventh game and stepped into NBA Finals. Havlicek’s steal was voted as one of the best NBA Playoff moments together with the impressive radio call “Havlicek Stole the Ball” around the world.

60-Foot Shot – Mr. Clutch
1970 NBA Finals left us many precious moments, not only Captain Reed’s inspiration, but extraordinary 60-foot shot by Mr. Clutch – Jerry West from Los Angeles Lakers. In game 3, New York Knicks scored 102 points, 2 point lead at the time of 3 seconds remaining. West caught the inbound pass and threw it at a 60-footer pulling Lakers in overtime. If three-points had existed in current principles, Lakers could have won the game instead of final 108-111 lost.

Bird’s Legendary Steal
Boston Celtics met Detroit Pistons in 1987 Eastern Conference Finals. Game 5 ran to the turning point, Larry Bird stole the ball when Isiah Tomas threw an inbound pass and crisply passed to Dennis Johnson who made a layup as 1 second remaining for a 108-107 victory. Although Celtics was defeated by Lakers in the finals, the remarkable steal must be included to the collection of best NBA Playoff moments.

The Greatest Game
The longest Finals game appeared in Game 5 of 1976 NBA Finals after 2-2 series score between Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns taking triple overtime periods to decide the winner Boston Celtics with a 128-126 lead. Following the game, several controversies of use of timeout and the clock were involved. But we should admit that it is the greatest game ever played.

Magic’s “Junior, Junior Sky Hook”
The 1980s big rivals Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics met again in 1987 NBA Finals. In Game 4, Celtics hang on a 106-105 lead but quickly lost possession. Magic Johnson seized the chance to take the inbound pass and sank the 2-points shot, which was labeled as “my junior, junior sky-hook” by himself, leading Lakers 1 point victory till the end.

Derek Finsher 0.4 Second Shot
The dramatic plot happened at the last second in game 5 of 2004 NBA Western Conference semifinals, San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Lakers. Lakers are thought to keep 1 point ahead (72-71), while Tim Duncan sank a fadeaway shot inclining the victory to Spurs. Only 0.4 seconds remaining, Derek Fisher threw the ball from the inbound pass and scored. Lakers got victory back.

NBA Playoff Record – Jordan Scored 63 Points
Because of broken left foot, Jordan didn’t play many games in Bull’s 1985-86 regular season. But he didn’t miss the first round of 1986 Eastern Conference (Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls) and scored 63 points to make an NBA playoff record. Larry Bird shows respect for Jordan as words “it’s just God disguised as Michael Jordan.” Thanks to Michael Jordan for showing us so many NBA greatest Playoff moments to us.

Besides the top 10 best NBA Playoff moments listed above, NBA grants countless exiting and moved moments and expects to contribute more excellent performances to the public. Words can be far from expressing what we feel, while videos do well. Would like to experience NBA greatest Playoff moments? You’ll be suggested to free download videos online for better enjoyment with offline playback.

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