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Dec 03, 2013   |  6:57PM AET

Migliorini magic our best goal?

Migliorini magic our best goal?

A wonder strike from Melbourne Heart FC’s Italian Andrea Migliorini has prompted discussion across social media as to whether the midfield maestro’s goal against Adelaide United is the best by a player in Red and White.

A wonder strike from Melbourne Heart FC’s Italian Andrea Migliorini has prompted discussion across social media as to whether the midfield maestro’s goal against Adelaide United is the best by a player in Red and White.

The Club has seen a handful of incredible strikes, including Alex Terra’s bicycle kick against Perth Glory, Nick Kalmar’s acrobatic effort against the Newcastle Jets in season one, or Matt Thompson’s Derby brilliance in season 2011-12.

Miglirorini’s strike against the Reds has piqued interest in the ‘greatest goal’ debate and has earned the Italian praise from a number of corners – his performance and goals, which turned the match on its head on Sunday, have earned him the Player of the Week tag from the Hyundai A-League.

But was Migliorini’s strike the greatest goal in Melbourne Heart FC’s history? You can vote on what you think is the best goal by voting in the poll on our home page.

Or, if you think there is an option which hasn’t been listed in the poll, let us know on Facebook or Twitter by using the hashtag #greatestgoal.

Relive Migliorini’s magical strikes by clicking here.

Poll Options
Alex Terra’s bicycle vs. Glory (15-1-2011)

Mebrahtu’s thunderbolt vs. Wanderers (16-3-2013)

Nicky Kalmar’s acrobatic overhead vs Jets (31/10/2010)

Matt Thompson’s sublime chip vs. Victory (23-12-2011)

Migliorini’s spectacular strike vs. the Reds (1/12/2013)

Josip Tadic’s pinpoint volley vs. Wanderers (2-11-2012)

The Social Media Reaction