Irish kids from Crumlin United FC combine to score fantastic team goal
It's not often we dip into the Republic of Ireland youth football scene here at Toe Poke, but if this goal is any measure of the quality on offer then we might start paying a bit more attention.
As posted to their official Facebook page, Dublin-based Crumlin United FC have been quick to bestow an effort scored by one of their players last weekend as "Goal of the Season" and it's not hard to see why!
The move was started and finished (in spectacular fashion) by 7-year-old Sean McDonnell but there's also a fine assist from teammate Sam Cowzer in there that is well worth keeping an eye out for too.
Take a bow Sean McDonnell. This 7 year old boy scored of the best goals you are likely to see all year. pic.twitter.com/cX8Gfra0nU- crumlinunited (@crumlinunited) March 22, 2016
Sweet as a nut! If we had the authority, we'd give them the FIFA Puskas Award here and now.
Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.