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Watch: Ireland's Andy Keogh Scores Ridiculous Long-Range Chip In Australia

Watch: Ireland's Andy Keogh Scores Ridiculous Long-Range Chip In Australia

Andy Keogh looked like a big talent when he made his Ireland breakthrough. Having originally come through the ranks at Leeds United, it is at Wolves where he would really make his mark.

The striker earned his first international cap in 2007, earning 30 in total.  However, it's fair to say he never followed through on that early promise.

The Dubliner departed English football in 2014 to sign for Perth Glory, taking in stops in the likes of Thailand and Saudi Arabia during the intervening years.

At 34-years old, he is now back for his third spell in Perth.

He was in their team for the A-League clash against the Western Sydney Wanderers this morning, putting in perhaps the most prolific performance of his career.

Keogh would net FOUR goals in a 5-1 victory, with one of them being an absolute belter.

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The second was without doubt the pick of the bunch, with the former Millwall man producing a stunning chip on the half volley from long range, leaving the opposition goalkeeper with absolutely no chance.

Remarkably, Andy Keogh had failed to score in his last 18 league appearances before this game.

Perth have been struggling this year and currently find themselves in ninth position in the 12-team league.

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