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WATCH: Who scored the best FA Cup goal?

It tends to be a struggle to pick a favourite goal but fear not, the good folks at the FA have made it easy on us by singling out two wonderstrikes for debate.

The first, a 40-plus-yard screamer from Darren Ambrose back in 2010. The then Crystal Palace man stunned Aston Villa’s Brad Friedel - and the rest of the onlookers - with a once in a lifetime free-kick.

The second, a strike by Watford's Adlene Guedioura that potentially makes up for the fact that it’s from closer range due to the incredible power behind the ball that saw Arsenal’s David Ospina soundly beated at his front post.

Take a peek, cast your vote, enjoy.


 
Guedioura bids Forest farewell

Algeria international Guedioura moves to the Barclays Premier League newcomers on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee, which Press Association Sport believes to be B£2.5million. The 27-year-old joins Ian Holloway’s side despite the transfer 

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WATCH: Who scored the best FA Cup goal?

It tends to be a struggle to pick a favourite goal but fear not, the good folks at the FA have made it easy on us by singling out two wonderstrikes for debate.

The first, a 40-plus-yard screamer from Darren Ambrose back in 2010. The then Crystal Palace man stunned Aston Villa’s Brad Friedel - and the rest of the onlookers - with a once in a lifetime free-kick.

The second, a strike by Watford's Adlene Guedioura that potentially makes up for the fact that it’s from closer range due to the incredible power behind the ball that saw Arsenal’s David Ospina soundly beated at his front post.

Take a peek, cast your vote, enjoy.


 
WATCH: Who scored the best FA Cup goal?

It tends to be a struggle to pick a favourite goal but fear not, the good folks at the FA have made it easy on us by singling out two wonderstrikes for debate.

The first, a 40-plus-yard screamer from Darren Ambrose back in 2010. The then Crystal Palace man stunned Aston Villa’s Brad Friedel - and the rest of the onlookers - with a once in a lifetime free-kick.

The second, a strike by Watford's Adlene Guedioura that potentially makes up for the fact that it’s from closer range due to the incredible power behind the ball that saw Arsenal’s David Ospina soundly beated at his front post.

Take a peek, cast your vote, enjoy.