Many Everton fans have been hailing their former ace Marouane Fellaini as the Merseyside club posted a throwback goal of his versus Manchester United on their official Twitter page.
As per the tweet, the powerhouse can be seen towering above his marker and putting a bullet header into the bottom corner at Goodison Park to give his team the lead back in 2012, as the Toffees eventually ran out 1-0 winners against the Red Devils.
Was this Fellaini's best game for Everton?
Fellaini was a good servant to the Blues, as he scored a total of 33 goals and made a further 26 assists in 177 games across six consecutive seasons, according to Transfermarkt.
Considering that the 32-year old mainly operated from the centre of the pitch, these are rather impressive totals, as Fellaini also offered a physical presence for EFC, as exemplified by his towering header.
These supporters hailed the Belgian international on Twitter, with one fan even labelling him as a ‘beast’:
Great servant for us. Loads of heart.
— Darryl Waterhouse (@pinpointzero) August 20, 2020
— scotty ancelotti (@ScottGhostrider) August 20, 2020
He was unplayable that night. His best match in an Everton shirt
— Jim Mac (@jimefc81) August 20, 2020
Probably best individual performance I’ve ever seen at Goodison
— Fergus O’Connor (@Feedtheyak22) August 20, 2020
He was absolute class on his day, unplayable at times
— Corey (@Corey18612) August 20, 2020
Loved Fellaini 💪🏻
— stephen o`connor (@steph_oc84) August 20, 2020
Evertonians, what is your favourite memory of Fellaini? Comment below!
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