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It's in the game: 6 of our favourite goals recreated on FIFA

Whoever makes these things are really, really cool.

YOU MAY NOT be aware (probably because you’re so addicted to the lame-stream media) but there are some really cool dudes out there who tirelessly upload their LOL OMG fave goals onto YouTube so that we can all stumble across them when we’re looking for stuff that actually happened.

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So, it is with thanks to them that we bring you this selection of some of the most memorable goals known to man, made even better by their conversion into a PS3 graphics engine.

It’s not sad at all.

The orignal

“Oh and Beckham’s spotted Sullivan off his line!”

YouTube credit: Si Gracey

The best

Well, it’s almost from the side line.

YouTube credit: dilksanator

The original

The goal seemed insignificant compared to Emmanuel Adebayor’s lung-busting celebration.


The best

This is so bad, it’s brilliant.

YouTube credit: troydonaghain

The original

©INPHO/Andrew Paton

The best

YouTube credit: duffy7294

The original

YouTube credit: LeoOwnsWwe

The best

Either Liverpool fans have better things to be at or this strike is very difficult to recreate. You should see the other attempts, awful.

YouTube credit: Jack54HD

The original

Martin Rickett/PA Archive/Press Association Images

The best

YouTube credit: AmazingTekkerz

The original

Some people are on the pitch, they think it’s all over…

Press Association Images

The best

…It is now.

YouTube credit: trapper9008

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