Option one: Mason Mount v Porto (A)
Mount gave us a lead in the Champions League quarter-finals we would never relinquish, after collecting Jorginho’s pass with a fine spin, which left his defender for dead, before slotting low into the net in the first leg in Seville.
Option two: Kai Havertz v Crystal Palace (A)
There were less than eight minutes on the clock at Selhurst Park when Havertz opened the scoring. Having won the ball back in the corner, he exchanged passes and moved into the box, waiting for his moment before threading a shot through four defenders and past the goalkeeper into the bottom corner from a tight angle.
Option three: Christian Pulisic v Crystal Palace (A)
Just two minutes after Havertz’s opener, the German turned provider as his low cut-back found Pulisic’s run towards the front post, where he smashed a powerful shot high into the roof of the net to give the goalkeeper no chance. It was almost a carbon copy of his finish at Selhurst Park last season.