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10) Neymar, BARCELONA vs Celtic (Dec 2013)

The Brazilian netted a hat-trick in this 6-1 Champions League demolition of the Scots, tapping in his first to cap a neat 26-pass move from the La Liga giants. Eventually, Alexis Sanchez's delicious dink found an onrushing Martin Montoya, who squared for Neymar to do the rest.

9) Michu, SWANSEA vs Norwich (Dec 2012)

Remember this chap? The net-busting Spaniard who bagged 22 goals in 43 appearances in his first season? Yeah, him. Well, one of those was this crucial effort against Norwich. With the Swans trailing 3-0 at half-time, the new man from Rayo Vallecano threatened a comeback five minutes into the second half by finishing off this 28-pass build-up. Swansea lost 4-3, with Michu adding a 90th-minute consolation.

8) Stevan Jovetic, Sunderland vs MAN CITY (Dec 2014)

Stats Zone isn't able to do Sergio Aguero's lovely assist true justice – a deft flick to tee up his Montenegrin team-mate for the finish – but it can demonstrate the patient build-up from Manuel Pellegrini's men in their 4-1 win. What started from right-back with Pablo Zabaleta finished 29 passes later with Jovetic rifling home. Nice.