- Three years ago to the day, one of the greatest ever goals was scored in the Premier Soccer League
- It was the Tshwane derby and the match seemed destined for a draw, when Mor Diouf produced an unbelievable strike
- He saw Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands off his line and launched a thunderbolt from his own half
On this day, three years ago, Mor Diouf delivered one of the greatest ever goals to be scored in Mzansi.
The SuperSport United star received the ball in his own half and quickly noticed Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands off his line.
Through a combination of quick thinking, brilliant vision and technique, Diouf unleashed an incredible strike to score from within the SuperSport half.
The game seemed destined for a draw until that point and the wonder-goal sent coach Gavin Hunt into delirium, as he raced around on the sidelines.
SuperSport United paid tribute to Diouf on the third anniversary of the goal and Briefly.co.za noted the popular reaction via Facebook.
Luthando Matomela said it was a cqase of deja vu for the goalkeeper:
"Wayne Sandilands has been a victim for decades."
Maf Town Wa Lefika couldn't get enough of Hunt's celebration:
"Against sundowns at Lucas moripe stadium....Gavin hunt's celebration ...he was running like headless chicken.... so loving it for matsatsantsa."
Jerry Velembo Jake said,
"It was named, mor Diou's wonder goal."
Mshekesheke KwezaseWestview added,
"Sandilands has always been like this."
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