Yeah...or right between their legs. Something else you can do if you're completely confident in your abilities is to chip the goalkeeper. To just run at him and lift the ball over isn't always the best way to do this though. Oftentimes it's difficult to get a perfect chip off if you're on the full sprint. What I recommend is breaking at goal at full speed, making the goalkeeper have to come a certain degree to start cutting off the angle. When he does come, cut the ball back when about 20 yards out, throwing the goalkeeper off with the stop in your momentum, then immediately clipping the ball over him, as he's likely stranded as he stops when you stop sprinting at him.
Alan Shearer taught me this one, and it's really worked every time I've tried it.