It was twenty years ago this month that Leeds United hero Tony Yeboah scored a "breathtakingly brilliant" goal against Wimbledon in the 1995/96 Premier League season.
This stunning strike was later awarded Goal of the Season, even outshining efforts from perennial contenders Matt Le Tissier of Southampton and Georgi Kinkladze of Manchester City.
Chesting down a loose ball 35 yards away from goal, the Ghanaian powered past the Don's defence and smashed an unstoppable shot off the crossbar to score, much to the delight of the watching Leeds United fans.
"Breathtakingly brilliant" as described by commentator Martin Tyler (Youtube)
This goal even topped the jaw-dropping volley that Yeboah scored to stun Liverpool just a month earlier.
This famed Yeboah strike beats a young David James to condemn Liverpool to defeat (Youtube)
In a highly successful spell at Leeds, Yeboah scored 32 goals in 66 games. And what did he claim was the source of his goalscoring prowess? The support of the Elland Road faithful and his love of Yorkshire pudding!
Cult hero status beckoned for West Yorkshire's favourite Ghanaian.