Here are the top 10 goals of the 2019 season, as selected by the Zero Hanger team!
— AFL (@AFL) July 28, 2019
There were plenty of soccer goals this year, but this one from Aaron Naughton pips the rest for best of the season.
9. Jaiden Stephenson, Round 9 vs St Kilda
— AFL (@AFL) May 18, 2019
Who knew that Stephenson’s year would continue to spiral long after this barrel stopped spinning. Nonetheless, it was a mean torp and a gamble that paid off.
— AFL (@AFL) June 13, 2019
Pick a pocket, any pocket, Eddie can kick it from there. More to come.
Shiel, Stringer or Tex?
— AFL (@AFL) July 23, 2019
Dylan Shiel looking like a young Clark Kent streaming down the guts, hair blowing in the breeze. 60 meters out, no problems.
McDonald-Tipungwuti wins it! 😱
— AFL (@AFL) July 13, 2019
Game on the line, wheeling to his right; Tippa, it just ain’t fair.
We've got a late @coateshire Goal of the Year contender!
— AFL (@AFL) August 25, 2019
‘That’s out of bounds!’ Scream all you like BT, but that’s delicious. Brodie Smith decided to have a stab late in the piece and gets the nod at number five.
4. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Round 3 vs Melbourne
— AFL (@AFL) April 5, 2019
Mama, there goes that man. Tippa with the expert candy salesmanship, giving the Melbourne defenders the run-around.
— AFL (@AFL) May 11, 2019
Is it clear how highly we appreciate a sideline banana snap? VERY HIGHLY. Shane Savage gets in on the action here.
2. Lance Franklin, Round 2 vs Adelaide
Seems like there is a delicious Buddy goal from the left wing every year. Not unlike wine, they get better with age. This 2019 vintage ranks second for all goals this year (and third on the all-time Buddy from the left wing list.)
1. Eddie Betts, Round 5 vs Gold Coast
Eddie Betts is one of two players to score six goals in his 300th match. He’s also the only player on this list to have a goal from BOTH pockets.