On this day, 1995, Tony Yeboah popped up with arguably the greatest Premier League goal of all time. We have a comprehensive frame-by-frame analysis of the goal, including the chaotic celebrations. This article was originally written by Mark Farrelly in 2020.
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The Tony Yeboah shot that laid the very foundation for the word 'thunderbastard', registered approximately half the speed of light as it zoomed past Paul Heald in the Wimbledon goal. Obviously we've all seen it before but when you break it down, you quickly realise that there was much more going on than meets the eye.
With that in mind, come with us on a journey as we analyse the goal, frame by frame.
The ultimate frame-by-frame analysis of Tony Yeboah's iconic Wimbledon thunderbastard
Martin Tyler's exclamation of wonderment as the ball goes in is also worth reliving. Over and over again.
For more Balls Premier League posts visit here. Funnily enough, Yeboah lost out on the goal of the season for this Wimbledon strike, losing to a Mr Tony Yeboah for his goal against Liverpool.
I think I rather the Wimbledon one though. Which was your favourite?