FIFA Puskas Award: The world goal of the year
The FIFA Puskas Award is an honour awarded to the player best judged to have scored the most 'aesthetically significant' and 'most beautiful' goal of the year and we have all the latest betting with the votes still being cast.
FIFA.com have named the final ten selections/goals in the running for the 2010 award which can be viewed and voted for on the Official FIFA Website, it's essentially the FIFA Goal of the Year award named in honour of Ferenc Puskás, who once scored a once-world-record of 84 goals in 85 internationals.
Why not check out the video on FIFA.com and even cast your vote, the winning strike will be announced on Monday 10 January.
The scorers of the goals in question are; Hamit Altintop, Arjen Robben, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Kumi Yokoyama, Linus Hallenius, Samir Nasri, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Siphiwe Tshabalala and Matthew Burrows.
Linus Hallenius 11/4 favourite - Big favourite following his Gazza-esq strike.
Lionel Messi 3/1 - The one man army skins three defenders before smashing the back of the net.
Matthew Burrows 10/3 - Simple magnificence and luck in one back-heel volley. An amazing goal.
Hamit Altintop 11/2 - A wonder volley. Think Zinedine Zidane without the flying headbuts.
Arjen Robben 9/1 - While the opposition defenders are still scratching their heads, Robben has outpaced the lot and is celebrating his cracking strike.
Samir Nasri 14/1 - Similar to Messi's, but better! Who needs eleven men when Nasri can do this?
Siphiwe Tshabalala 20/1 - More famous for the celebration than the goal, but still worth a look!
Kumi Yokoyama 20/1 - This guy's feet are faster than Ronaldo, as Yokohama leaves defenders chasing shadows.
Gio Van Bronckhorst 14/1 - Wonder strike from far... far away.
Neymar 20/1 - Classy footwork and a fine finish gets Naymar's strike into the top ten
Win only - Winner announced Monday 10 January