Yes, a goal can be scored "from goal to goal" in a number of instances.
If a ball is in play and a goalkeeper kicks a ball from his hands (or even throws it) and it goes into the opponent's goal, it is ruled a goal.
If a goalkeeper or other player takes a goal kick to restart play, this can result in a goal if it goes into the opponent's goal. (A goal kick is a type of direct free kick.)
Any kick taken by any player while a ball is in play can score a goal if it travels the length of the field and goes in the goal.
It may be very difficult to kick a ball that is actually on the goal line and kick it down the full length of the field and into the opponent's goal, but it is possible. Further, the Laws of the Game allow a goal to be scored in the instances cited providing no foul has occurred.
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Goalkeeper Robinson scored the farthest goal from a goal kick.
A goal is scored when the ball passes the line!
200th goal is yet to be scored
a goal is scored when they trough the ball into te hoop
The goal has yet to be scored.
The final goal was scored by Geoff hurst when he scored his third goal verses germany.
Dave Ritchie scored the first NHL goal.
no pepe reina hasn't scored a goal as he is a goalkeeper
A goal may be scored directly from a kick-off.
A goal may be scored directly against the opponents on a direct free kick. An own-goal may not be scored.
A goal scored in overtime is called a golden goal. The game ends when a golden goal is scored. The rule ceased to apply to most FIFA authorized football games in 2004.