Former Dundee striker Kane Hemmings admits his long-range strike at the weekend was the best goal he’s ever scored.
The 30-year-old’s volley made it five goals for the season at hometown club Burton Albion as they saw off Crewe Alexandra 4-1 at the weekend.
A strike manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink described as a “wonder goal”.
Burton had been out of action for almost a month due to Covid call-offs but they returned to action with a bang, moving up to 12th in League One.
After the match Hemmings was asked by Burton’s in-house media whether it was the best goal of his career.
He replied: “Probably, yeah. I can’t think of many better.
“It sat up for me nice. I heard Charlie Lakin shouting in my ear but there was no way I was passing.
“I just whacked it and it went in, I’m delighted with it.
“It was a nice goal but I back myself in and around the box.
“I’m disappointed I didn’t get more.”
Watch the goal here: