Reacting to archive footage courtesy of Leeds United’s official club account, plenty of supporters have been purring over ex-ace Rod Wallace following his brilliant solo goal against Tottenham back in 1994 – describing the man as ‘underrated‘.
Wallace, who made over 200 league appearances for the Whites from the early 1990s to late 1990s (SoccerBase), scoring 52 goals in the process, has been at the centre of much admiration following resurfaced archive footage of his excellent solo goal against Tottenham at Elland Road.
The forward, who picked up the ball mid-way through his own half, managed to dance past three Spurs players as he drove towards the opposition penalty area – going on to curl a sumptuous effort into the top corner much to the delight of many Leeds fans. In response, many United fans have since been in awe following the archive footage – calling the man a ‘great player‘ and ‘baller‘.
Find all of their best comments down below.
— Eric Peterson (@EricPeterson602) March 22, 2020
@RiotBadger he’s underrated isn’t he
— Barney V2 (@barney___21) March 22, 2020
Massively. Great player.
— ʀɪᴏᴛʙᴀᴅɢᴇʀ (@RiotBadger) March 22, 2020
Remember it like yesterday, watched the game with me Da who was a spurs fan, made it all that bit sweeter 🙌 #supergoal
— Phily Byrne (@phily243) March 22, 2020
— Badabing1968 (@Badabing1968) March 22, 2020
Before Mesi there was Super Rod Wallace
— Kristian Hill (@Kriss_Hill) March 22, 2020
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