The 20 best Portsmouth goals of the modern era

There is a lengthy and extremely classy list of contenders to choose from.

Thursday, 13th June 2019, 6:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 13th June 2019, 7:38 pm
Matt Taylor

Long distance worldies, unbelievable solo efforts or moments of pure brilliance. The debate will continue to rage as The News list their 20 best Pompey goals of the modern era. 

Michael Doyle hits the goal of the 2015-16 season - and the goal of his career - from 30 yards at Accrington
Often overlooked because of David Norris' dramatic, late strike but this hammer of hit from outside the box showed real class

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The final day of the season brings the goal of the campaign as O'Callaghan runs through from the halfway line.
Often overlooked, but Crouchs effort against Stoke was a textbook example of the overhead/bicycle kick.
A late, late equaliser which means David Norris is etched in Pompey folklore - and the Blues remain unbeaten against their fierce rivals for 14 years.
Has to be one of the hardest hits of all time as Pamarot launches the rocket of all rocket shots at Newcastle
Guy Whittingham and Paul Walsh one-two their way through the Bristol Rovers defence before the goal machine applies the finish
The dramatic late winner which sparked the Great Escape. Say no more
Patrik Berger's flick and volley on the turn at The Valley never gets tired.
Dillon famously pictured Alan Ball's head on the ball after a row and thumped in a beauty from 45 yards at Blackburn
A total of 48 passes and 2min 25sec of footballing heaven before Roberts applies the finish to one of Pompey's goal GOATs.
Pretty impressive going to score the goal of the season on your weaker foot. Thats what Johnson did with his thunderous dipping volley
A goal which showcased the big man's quick feet and deftness with his finish on the outside of the right foot.
Matt Taylor carved a niche for long-distance worldies. He rates this one against Everton as his Pompey best
The new boy put on the afterburners and ripped through the heart of Bolton with this solo effort at Fratton
One of the finest headed goals from a Pompey man came from the little poacher.
Frank Burrows proclaimed the goal real Roy of the Rovers stuff.. A Pompey fan on Twitter preferred to call it the best goal in the whole history of football. Ever. Fair enough.
The little magician jinks and shuffles his way before unleashing an often overlooked beauty at Charlton
A howitzer of a free-kick which was matched by a beauty at Fulham by the silky Croatia man
The goal of the 2013-14 season sees Wallace basically beat the whole York team on his own. No kidding.