Use it more! http://www.socceramerica.com/article.asp?Art_ID=562133811 In our sports culture, we have different names for the same kind of sporting effort. In basketball, a good scoring play is a jumpshot or layup, and a very good scoring play is the "slam dunk," or any of the names Darryl Dawkins used for his dunks. Soccer? We Americans need to describe a very good goal a "golazo." I mean, some journalists use the term "golazo olimpico" for a goal scored directly from a corner kick, but that's rare in this country. Naturally, that sets off a debate on what kinds of goals merit the term "golazo." For Pablo Ramirez, it seems kind of random. The Woly goal mentioned in the Soccer America article is a true "golazo."