Marco Di Vaio scored 140+ goals in Serie A for a reason and will always be remembered as a serial killer in the box. As he racks up more goals. the Italian designated player
Calum Mallace's awareness + Di Vaio = Goal #1
Andres Romero looks up + Di Vaio = Goal #2
Both goals are not a novelty in the way a goal is scored. A precise pass finds a striker who makes a run behind, in front, next to a defender and quickly pulls the trigger. The pass must be precise, the run must be intuitive but planned. The finishing must be fast like the wind.
The beauty that I see in both goals is how Di Vaio does not touch the ball once when it's close to him. The trigger man for the bleu-blanc-noir touched the ball when it counted the most: to score.
Montrealers, Quebecers, MLSers had a free clinic of 70+ games on how to score goals, make runs, live on the edge of the offside line. I just hope that you were watching.