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What a week it was for both club and international football, and the FIFA Fan Movement brought it all to us. From the first professional women's Manchester Derby to a Croatian lullaby, here are the top selections.
From Genevieve Naa Amerley Quaye (Netherlands) A Women's Super League record crowd of 31,213 took in the first-ever professional women's Manchester Derby last Saturday at the Etihad Stadium, where the hosts wheeled away victorious thanks to this Caroline Weir stunner. Naabardina knows this is a goal you'll want to watch over and over again.
Blue Tigers roar
From Jamir Valiyamannil (India) Asia's qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ resumed this week, and perhaps no nation achieved a result as stunning as India. The Blue Tigers held reigning continental champions Qatar to a scoreless draw in Doha, which prompted this emotional celebration brought to us by Jammykv.
Debut at the double
From Bruno Dias (Brazil) Elsewhere in Asian qualifying action, Brazil-born attacker Ai Kesen netted a brace in his first appearance for China PR, a 5-0 triumph over Maldives. Before the match, the Guangzhou Evergrande man explained what an opportunity to represent Team Dragon would mean to him, which Brunodiasg8 passed along.
From Jewel Ramos (USA) Ada Hegerberg is redefining greatness at Lyon. The 24-year-old forward scored her 200th, 201st and 202nd goals last weekend for the French treble winners, taking her goal haul at the time at the club to a staggering 202 in 168 appearances. She has since gone on to score a hat-trick in Lyon's 9-0 win over Ryazan-VDV in the UEFA Women's Champions League. Bsrocks8 knows that an achievement that superlative must be celebrated.
From Caolan Gormley (Republic of Ireland) We've never seen a lullaby quite like this. Kelangormley shares a video of a group of Croatia fans serenading a toddler in a stroller. We're not sure the song has done the trick, but looks like there's plenty of enjoyment to go around!