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Winner Stays On: Can Scholes stay on course for the Hall of Fame?

In our regular weekly feature, we present five amazing goals from around the world published on our site - and let you vote on which is your favourite!

But there is a twist: in classic 'winner stays on' format, the goal with the most votes then defends the title the following week against four new efforts.

With 46 per cent of the vote last week, Manchester United legend Paul Scholes just had enough beat 'Winner Stays On' Hall-of-Famer Ronaldinho (36 per cent)

Scholes has now won two weeks in a row but needs three more wins to enter the Hall of Fame and he has some tough competition this week.

So have a watch of the video above and pick your favourite, then click the button down below to vote in the poll.

This week's options are:

Reigning champion: Paul Scholes - Chadderton Park Legends v Chadderton Park Veterans

Remember this guy? Just watch his incredible effort from a five-a-side game.


Contender 1: Damjan Dokovic - CFR Cluj v Sageata Navodari

The Croat catches the keeper out from long distance in a match in Romania.


Contender 2: Sibusiso Khumalo - (Supersport) vs Sundown

He must have foot like a traction engine! An absolute bullet from South Africa.


Contender 3: Mohammad Jumaa – (Al Khor) v El Jaish

Eat. My. Goal. They were dancing in the stands after this screamer in Qatar.


Contender 4: Alex Brister - (Fulham) v Middlesbrough u21s

Is that Marco van Basten's son playing for Fulham's U21s? No it is Alex Brister but the Dutch master would have been proud of this one.