Supporters of Everton have gushed over a club post which contained footage of the ten most ‘limbs’ moments in Premier League stoppage time.
On Tuesday evening, the Toffees posted to their official social media account with the footage of James McFadden’s goal in a 2-1 win over Charlton, which also had a link to all ten (as per Everton), which fans loved.
?? Last-minute winners > most things in life. ?
Inspired by Saturday, here's 10 of the most '?????' moments in #PL stoppage time! ?
— Everton (@Everton) February 4, 2020
What a goal ?? pic.twitter.com/bQWEJ2Icqg
— ? carlo fantastico ??? (@_jennifer1878) February 4, 2020
Underrated goal that one
— Gareth B (@efc3340) February 4, 2020
One of the best goals I’ve seen at goodison that
— fox (@michaelsgfox) February 4, 2020
Was the comeback against Watford Everton's best in recent memory?
Yes, it was a fantastic win
No, we've had better recently
The post from the club came in the wake of Theo Walcott’s match-winning goal against Watford on Saturday, with Carlo Ancelotti’s side having overturned a two-goal deficit to claim three points (as per BBC).
Remember being at that game and thinking he was about to spoon it into Stanley. Great hit.
— Con (@CMJD1969) February 4, 2020
I was there….I was visibly shook by that goal. What a touch, what a strike. ?
— Ancelotti’s Eyebrow (@ancelottisibrow) February 5, 2020
If only he could have done stuff like that, 10-15 times a season. So frustrating to watch. He was a night and day player, but quality on that day!
— Retep Nosnibor (@croupier1970) February 4, 2020
@krisgrantham days were Goodison nearly fell down! Radzinski for me ??
— Mark Doughty (@markdoughtyefc7) February 4, 2020
Ha ha class
— steve harding (@stevietoffee) February 4, 2020
— Goodnight Vienna (@col_barca) February 5, 2020
What do we think?
What a brilliant idea that was by the club to maintain the hype surrounding Walcott’s last-minute winner at Vicarage Road.
The strike itself from 2007 is a stellar one and deserves to have its moment in the limelight again, especially considering that it was a goal that took Everton to fifth in the Premier League table at the time (as per BBC).