Fans go wild as Leeds ace Gnonto scores after 26 seconds in opposition to Cardiff


WILFRIED GNONTO scored a sensational scissor kick 26 SECONDS into Leeds’ FA Cup replay with Cardiff.

The Whites wanted a last-gasp aim within the first recreation to ship the tie to a replay and Jesse Marsch‘s facet made the proper begin to this one.


Wilfried Gnonto’s scored a sensational volley inside the primary 30 secondsCredit score: AP
Fans have likened the goal to Paulo Di Canio's famous scissor kick


Fans have likened the aim to Paulo Di Canio’s well-known scissor kickCredit score: Reuters

With the primary assault of the sport, Rodrigo despatched a cross to the far put up and Gnonto watched the ball over his shoulder earlier than taking goal.

And the Italy worldwide, who scored his first Leeds aim in opposition to West Ham earlier this month, despatched a surprising first-time volley into the online.

But it surely wasn’t any bizarre volley, it was a scissor kick, which left Cardiff goalkeeper Jak Alnwick with no probability.

And a few followers have likened the aim to the same one which ex-West Ham star Paulo Di Canio scored greater than 20 years in the past.

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Di Canio’s aim in opposition to Wimbledon is widely-regarded as the most effective objectives in Prem historical past.

One mentioned: “What a hit! Di Canio-esque.”

A second mentioned: “Oh my word. Di Canio vibes from fellow Italian Willy Gnonto.”

A 3rd admitted: “Di Canio-esque end from Gnonto. Should be an Italian factor. #lufc.”

Whereas a fourth mentioned: “Omg that is Di Canio esc from Gnonto .”

And one other could not imagine what he had seen.

He mentioned: “That’s the best goal I’ve ever seen from Gnonto, outside of the boot Di Canio. Oh my life.”

Whereas former striker Jay Bothroyd went additional on SkySports New and mentioned it was BETTER than the Italian legend’s strike.

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