World Cup 2014 Best Goals: See Top 5 Scores From Week 2, Including U.S.A., Argentina And More [VIDEOS]

See Our Picks For The Top 5 Scores From Week 2 Of World Cup

#5 Yacine Brahimi - Algeria's Yacime Brahimi scored off of a great give and go with his Algerian teammate after they sliced and diced their way through the South Korean defense. Algeria won the match 4-2

#4 Gervinho - Ivory Coast's Gervinho split a double team, stayed with ball, beat another Colombian defender and struck it into the back of the net. Ivory Coast went on to lose the match however, 2-1 to Colombia.


#3 Lionel Messi - Messi has been everything advertised and more in the 2014 World Cup. He has scored two goals aready including this brillaint game winner that broke the hearts of Iran. Argentina won 1-0


#2 Jermaine Jones - The United States is lucky to have Jermaine Jones on the squad. Jones dialed in long distance after a broken set piece to score the equalizer against Portugal. U.S.A. would go on to take the lead, only to surrender it on the final seconds of the game in a 2-2 draw


#1 Tim Cahill - Australia's Tim Cahill has one of the best goals of the tournament thus far with his absolutely magnificent strike off a volley off the crossbar against Netherlands. Netherlands went on to win the match 3-2, but this goal was by far the most memorable moment. 


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