All goals count equally, but perhaps this one should've been worth two.
During the second half of Chelsea's recent friendly against Red Bull Salzburg, Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley teed up forward Pedro Rodriguez with a curling ball that snuck behind Salzburg's defensive line. Due to the physics at play, Pedro had to get creative with his touch, and it turned out to be one of the greatest goals in team history:
To be able to put a clinical finish on that ball at that angle with his left foot is just mind-boggling.
"It was a great goal for me. A special touch," the 32-year-old Spanish star said after the game. Chelsea went on to win the contest 5-1.