Gylfi Sigurdsson Scores Smashing ‘Sigurdsson’ Goal vs New York Red Bulls (Video)

Chris Wright

1st, August 2012


By Chris Wright

Tottenham beat New York Red Bulls 2-1 on their patch to win the ‘Barclays New York Cup’ (and a mightily impressive cup it is too!) last night, with Gylfi Sigurdsson scoring the winner in the 64th minute – cutting inside and cracking a shot over the Red Bulls ‘keeper Bill Gaudette from a tough old angle.

What this boy does, he does well…

Full highlights (including NY new-boy Tim Cahill making an immediate impact on his debut, winning a penalty after just eight minutes)…

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  1. rjtreas says:

    Cracking finish, not sure about the intonation in “Sig-URD-son” though…

  2. Mr. Chopper says:

    Yeah, you go to Tottenham with your awesome skills and your fancy team-mates and your better wages and your infinitely-more-things-to-do-in city and your definitely get in the Champions League ambition and your top class manager.

    But you won’t get to play with Lucas week-in-week-out, so fuck you.

  3. Nick says:

    fany team mates? champions league ambition? top class manager?

    …are you really talking about Tottenham?

  4. Pete says:

    Absolute peach of a goal. Shame his fellow new-boy Vertonghen had an absolute minger on that penalty, what in God’s name was he thinking?

  5. Andy Carroll's Ponytail says:

    @Mr. Chopper: chill out mate. We don’t need ppl who don’t want to play for us. Period.

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