1. Scott McTominay (MU, scored through Man City - 34.5 m)

23 star scored a memorable goal from the longest distance in the Premiership this season, after a mistake by goalkeeper Ederson pitching visitors side Manchester City, scoring 2-0 for homeowners MU . Whether scored into an empty net but the sensitivity and accuracy of McTominay are two things worth mentioning in this phase set.

2. Ashley Westwood (Burnley scored through Southampton - 28,5m)

This is one of the most bizarre goal in the Premier League from the start of the season. Westwood in a corner kick down the left wing vortex pole soccer, then Danny Ings as people avoid making gestures goalkeeper Alex McCarthy did not react.

3. Fikayo Timori (Chelsea, scored through Wolves - 28,2m)

Chelsea midfielder is "open account" goal "Blues" with a stunning shot from distance past the Wolves opened the scoring in the match. After seeing the ball roll to tape up his area as Mount Mason defended, Timori had a ball with cushion pads in, broke away scholarships and plug straight into the top left corner of the goal.

4. Chris Wood (Burnley, og in the game against Liverpool - 27,9m)

Burnley striker engaged in a nasty defense have inadvertently become the "sinner". Trent turned into a shot from Alexander-Arnold, the ball beat back Wood and create unpredictable extreme way, not for goalkeeper Nick Pope any chance any record clearance balloons over him into the net.

5. Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle, West Ham scored through - 27,5m)

Shelvey scored a beautiful goal and meaningful through West Ham away London, when the free kick polar vortex at a distance of 27m he made goalkeeper Roberto mistake and let the ball go into the net at the near corner to the right.