He doesn’t score that many goals but Seamus Coleman’s cracking strike against Leeds Utd is officially top drawer.
In fact, it was so good that BBC viewers of Match of the Day have vote dit the Goal of the Month for February.
The Killybegs man left pundits at odds with eachother when he cored the winner for Everton.
Many thought Coleman was going to cross the ball when he made a darting run down the right flank.
But Coleman’s delivery flew past the wayward Illan Meslier, with the goalkeeper out of his goalmouth expecting the cross.
All three MOTDE pundits Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Micah Richards agreed that the goal was INTENTIONAL.
Shearer said: “He has a little look, he does have a little look across just there, he thinks there’s no one in there, and the way he hits it.
“That tells you that he’s actually going for that, with the front of his boot.”
Former Man City man Richards came to the same conclusion, saying that he “definitely meant it.”
Seamus Coleman himself insisted that he had meant to score the goal the way he had done.
He said: “When I was down there, I suppose everyone was expecting the cross, but the way my hip was feeling I couldn’t wrap my leg around it.
“I just thought I’d have a shot because I knew he’d be anticipating the cross.
“Thankfully I caught it well, I wouldn’t catch it like that if I tried again another 10 times. We got what we deserved to be honest.”
Anyway it doesn’t matter if he meant it or not.
Just weeks after many were saying the Irish captain was getting ready for his slippers and pipe, he goes and turns back the clock with his first ever MOTD Goal of the Month Award.
Not bad for a so-called veteran 34 year old!