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The UEFA Technical Observers have named their top ten goals of this season. Watch them all now!
1 - Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus v Manchester United) – group stage matchday four, 07/11/2018
Technical Observers say: An accurate long pass and a brilliantly controlled volley.
2 - Lionel Messi (Barcelona v Liverpool) – semi-final first leg, 01/05/2019
Technical Observers say: A powerful and precise free-kick.
3 - Sadio Mané (Bayern v Liverpool) – round of 16 second leg, 13/03/2019
Technical Observers say: A precise long pass behind the full-back followed by skilful control, turn and shot.
4 - Ivan Rakitić (Tottenham v Barcelona) – group stage matchday two, 03/10/2018
Technical Observers say: A suberb volley with an extremely high degree of difficulty.
5 - Leroy Sané (Manchester City v Hoffenheim) – group stage matchday six, 12/12/2018
Technical Observers say: Powerfully struck swerving free-kick.
6 - Kylian Mbappé (Manchester United v Paris Saint-Germain) – round of 16 first leg, 12/02/2019
Technical Observers say: A swift team transition finished by an excellent low cross pass to Mbappé whose acceleration and finish were high quality.
7 - Raheem Sterling (Manchester City v Shakhtar Donetsk) – group stage matchday four, 07/11/2018
Technical Observers say: A brilliant individual goal, twisting and turning away from a group of players and opening up to curl into the far corner.
8 - Ousmane Dembélé (Barcelona v Tottenham) – group stage matchday six, 11/12/2018
Technical Observers say: An excellent individual counter combining high speed and a calm finish.
9 - Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona v Manchester United) – quarter-final second leg, 16/04/2019
Technical Observers say: A powerfully struck shot into the far corner.
10 - Luis Suárez (Barcelona v Liverpool) – semi-final first leg, 01/05/2019
Technical Observers say: Clever centre forward movement and a deft sliding finish to Jordi Alba’s low cross.
UEFA Technical Observers in Madrid:
Thomas Schaaf (Germany), Peter Rudbæk (Denmark), David Moyes (Scotland), Raúl González (Spain), Packie Bonner (Republic of Ireland), Michael O'Neill (Northern Ireland), Gareth Southgate (England), Roberto Martínez (Spain), Ginés Meléndez (Spain)