Legendary Ghanaian striker Anthony Yeboah has settled on his goal against Liverpool as his greatest ever strike.
The 5 ft 11 in powerful goal-monster switched to the English top-flight from Frankfurt for a fee of £3.4 million in January 1995 where he bagged 32 goals in 66 appearances for the Peacocks.
Yeboah scored a sensational volley against Liverpool and his strike versus Wimbledon in the 1995–96 season were among his most notable goals, and he was a regular feature in Goal of the Month in the Premier League.
Till date Leeds fans and English Premier League followers remain divided on which of the strikes is supreme.
But, the goal scorer himself has settled on the goal against Liverpool as his greatest ever.
“My goal against Liverpool is my best because I played against the team I support with my idol Ian Rush, John Barnes etc [and scored that classy goal],” he told GTVSports+.
Yeboah started his youth career with the Kumasi-based side but he revealed the Porcupine Warriors failed to promote him to their first team despite being in top form.
Yeboah left Okwahu the 1987 season to join German Bundesliga side FC Saarbrücken before joining Eintracht Frankfurt where he claimed 68 goals in 123 appearances.
The powerful striker then secured a move to the English top-flight league by joining Leeds United where some of his goals have been ranked among the all time best.
The Kumasi-born scored 29 goals in 59 appearances for Ghana’s Black Stars.