A lot of Southampton fans are loving a clip which the club have tweeted out showing former player Claus Lundekvam scoring his first goal for the club on his 250th appearance against Wolves back in 2004.
The player managed to score from a set-piece as he was left unmarked in the box in the Premier League fixture.
The Norwegian defender managed 376 appearances for the Saints and played for ten seasons at the club before his retirement after the 2006/07 season, per Transfermarkt.
He was clearly a key member of the team during his time on the South Coast as he was also their first team captain and impressed his home nation, who capped him 40 times during his career.
The side have had many great centre-backs in the past, including Champions League winner Virgil Van-Djik and European Championship winner Jose Fonte, but fans still have a place in their hearts for Lundekvam, who gave them a lot of fond memories during his time at the club.
Here is what fans said about the former defender:
— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) April 3, 2020
I was there when Clausie scored 🎵
— oldindiekid (@oldindiekid1) April 3, 2020
Yeah remember that, great day. 👍
— Nathan Sweetland (@Nathsweet11) April 3, 2020
More league goals and Carrillo and Adams combined.
— Toby (@losing_focus) April 3, 2020
I was there too still in shock!😇
— Graham Kitcher (@KitcherGraham) April 3, 2020
— mrQ (@asyouwere84) April 3, 2020
Put money on him every week as I said he’d score
— Dominica (Nicky)King (@footiechick68) April 3, 2020
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