2. Tamas Priskin (Hungary)
Former Watford and Ipswich striker Priskin scored a fantastic goal to help Hungary qualify for France.
The ball was played long from defence for the 29-year-old to run onto. With two defenders closing him, he allowed the ball to run into the area before taking a sharp touch with his right foot to move the ball away from his markers. With space now created for a shot, the forward struck the ball with pace and power beyond the Norway ‘keeper and into the opposite top corner.
Hungary won their second-leg 2-1 and the tie 3-1 on aggregate to qualify for their first major tournament since the 1986 World Cup.