Jermain Defoe scored a sensational volley to give Sunderland the lead in the Wear-Tyne derby with thousands on Twitter comparing it to one of the Premier League’s most memorable goals.
Defoe’s second goal for Sunderland has been compared to Tony Yeboah’s strike for Leeds United against Liverpool in 1995.
Sunderland AFC fanzine Roker Report tweeted: “Basically, think Tony Yeboah for Leeds against Liverpool, but on his wrong foot, and not needing any help from the crossbar.”
Darren Lewis, journalist for the Daily Mirror, said on Twitter: “I think Defoe might have Tony Yeboah on the phone to remind him there’s copyright on that goal.”
Which goal do you think is best?