Ghanaian football legend, Tony Yeboah, spent just two seasons at Premier League side Leeds United, (1995-1997) but left a huge legacy during his stay.
Perhaps the biggest footprint he left was his two immaculate strikes, one against Liverpool, and the other against Wimbledon in a 4-2 win for Leeds 25 years ago today.
On 23 September 1995, Tony Yeboah stole the show with a hat-trick to propel Leeds to a 4-2 win over Wimbledon.
But it was his second goal that is still etched in the minds of Premier League fans.
Yeboah lashed onto a poor headed clearance by a Wimbledon defender, controlled the ball with his chest and cushioned it with his thigh, before unleashing a thunderous volley with his right foot into the back of the net.
The goal is widely regarded as one of the best goals in Premier League history.
— Dani Koranteng (@Dani77k) September 23, 2020
Yeboah scored 24 goals in 47 appearances for Leeds United, in two years at the club.