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It was another inspired week for world football. From Costa Rica to Serbia to Australia, FIFA's Fan Movement and your choices on social media provided five top moments.
From Karl Latham (England) If you had to guess which club were responsible for the best goal in La Liga this year, who would you pick? Barcelona? Real Madrid? @KarlJLatham brings us a contender from a different source. Feast your eyes on this stunning volley by Huesca's Chimy Avila.
(Video is in Spanish)
Granota inspires Tigres
From Dio Jimenez (Costa Rica) The power of eight-year-old Nuria Cebrian's letter to Panini has reverberated across the Atlantic and reached Mexican giants Tigres, who were moved by the Levante fan's heartfelt plea for women's football cards. Watch the team react and respond to Nuria's message, via @Dio_Jimenez.
(Tweets and video are in Spanish)
Records fall in France
From Dio Jimenez (Costa Rica) Lyon continue to smash records on and off the pitch in women's football, from winning their 13th consecutive league title to setting a high attendance mark in their UEFA Women's Champions League semi-final match against Chelsea. A crowd of 22,911 watched Lyon win the first leg 2-1, and once again @Dio_Jimenez took note.
Belgrade's blistering rivalry
From Vanja Avejic (Serbia) Red Star Belgrade got the best of Partizan at home on Thursday in the latest edition of "Eternal Derby," prevailing 2-1. Take a deeper dive with avejicv into the history of "the game that dominates all of Serbia."
Hear Robbie roar
From Melissa (Australia) We end this week's five with the return of Robbie Fowler to Australia's top flight, this time as head coach. The lauded English Premier League goalscorer took his talents to North Queensland Fury and Perth Glory as a player, and he'll now manage Brisbane Roar. It's a huge coup for Australian football, according to @melmuscat.