Perth Glory and Wellington Phoenix played out a six-goal thriller in the A-League this morning.
After the New Zealand side raced into a 2-0 lead after 25 minutes, Perth pulled one back 10 minutes later.
It came via 30-cap Ireland international Andy Keogh - his 10th goal of the season. The 30-year-old Dubliner brilliantly controlled a ball from Dino Djulbic on his chest before striking past Glen Moss in the Wellington goal with his second touch.
Former Aston Villa and Man Utd keeper Mark Bosnich, who was working for Fox Sports, called it 'absolutely outstanding' from Keogh.
This was absolutely outstanding. You’d go a long way anywhere around the world to get a better goal than that, technically and a more difficult one.
Especially with his weaker foot. It was a superb first touch and Durante was probably happy he was on his weak foot and that was superb – it was great timing, he kept his eye on the ball and that’s as good as any goal you’ll see anywhere.
Wellington would retake their two-goal advantage shortly after half-time but goals from Adam Taggart and Diego Castro would earn a point for Perth.
Andy Keogh goal vs Wellington Phoenix