Echoes of Jason Cundy at Portman Road in the nineties with this week's And finally - a truly daft goal from Extremadura's Carlos Pomares against Cadiz in La Liga II - a block tackle on the halfway sending the ball 50 yards over the Cadiz keeper.
Valencia beat Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey final this week with a 2-1 win at Estadio Benito Villamarín. Arturo Vidal had a chance to get Barcelona back in the game in the 55th minute, after the usual sublime skill from Lionel Messi, but the Chilean's wild slice sent the rebound into row Z.
This week Argentinian defender Martin Mantovani scored three goals in La Liga: two in the right end and one in the wrong one as Huesca beat Leganés 2-1 on the final day. Incidentally, Mantovani made over 200 appearances for Leganés previously but his superhero antics weren't enough to save Huesca from the drop.
We had little choice this week for and finally.... Mike Dean is box office wherever he goes. Eschewing his normal black outfit and whistle to cheer on his Tranmere Rovers side in their playoff victory over Forest Green Rovers, the Sky cameras couldn't help but pick him out in the post-match celebrations...
Even though this rocket against Cruzeiro in the Copa Libertadores rattled the crossbar, the power behind it was enough to see it bounce off the goalie and into the net for one very unlucky own goal. To add salt to Fabio's wounds, Cruzeiro went on to lose to Emelec 2-1.
Pacific FC striker Marcus Haber tried valiantly to beat the post in the Canadian Premier League this week, but the post stood firm, denying him the chance to put his team in front (they lost 2-1).
Why anyone gets involved with panenka style-penalties, despite the many high profile videos in recent years showing how risky they are, is beyond us. This week Venezuelan Brendix Parra was sacked by his club after this disastrous contribution to panenka lore - costing his side their place in the Copa Sudamericana.
What do you do when you're holding your own against the league leaders, 1-1 in the dying moments? According to Sutton United's goalie, you do some keepy-ups in the box while two forwards close you down, concede a penalty and hand victory to your opponents.
Jean-Eric Choupo-Moting is the new king of And finally... thanks to his efforts for PSG at the weekend. Choupo-Moting's intervention on the goal line against Strasbourg was catastrophically inept that it has to go down as the worst miss of all time.
Scoring an own goal can be extremely embarrassing (just ask Henri Lansbury) but Ajax's Argentinian full-back Nicolás Tagliafico doesn't seem to bothered by this one - in his defence, Ajax were 5-0 up at the time...