Brazil’s forward Richarlison’s bicycle kick against Serbia has been voted the Goal of the Tournament. The Hyundai sponsored category has been awarded to the goal at Qatar 2022.
A public vote is used to select the winner of the Hyundai Goal of the Tournament, which was first given out in 2006.
The Goal: Richarlison was 13 yards out with his back to the goal when his play mate Vinicius Junior delivered an outside-of-the-box cross that he told Ronaldo he learned from Luka Modric.
Brazil won 2-0 thanks to Richarlison’s skillfully flicked and acrobatic shot past Vanja Milinkovic-Savic.
Salem Al-Dawsari’s stunning performances against Argentina, Cody Gakpo’s performance against Ecuador, Enzo Fernandez’s performance against Mexico, Vincent Aboubakar’s performance against Serbia, Luis Chavez’s performance against Saudi Arabia, Kylian Mbappe’s performance against Poland, Richarlison himself’s performance against the Korea Republic, Paik Seungho’s performance against Brazil, and Neymar’s performance against Croatia were all beaten by Richarlison’s goal.
The goal of the Competition was first awarded in 2006. Maxi Rodriguez, Diego Forlan, James Rodriguez, and Benjamin Pavard have all received it in the past.