West Brom fans have had an absolutely wonderful time on social media over the last couple of days as the Baggies official Twitter account have been sharing some of the best West Brom goals over the last ten years, something that has got loads of the fans delighted.
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) December 17, 2019
One of those goals that have got the Baggies loving life at the moment is from a game against Manchester United back in 2013. The game in question will live long in the memory of the fans as they overcame United 2-1 at Old Trafford, with Morgan Amalfitano scoring a wonderful goal.
The French former West Brom man made his way up the field from inside his own half, cutting inside Rio Ferdinand and leaving him for dead before sitting down David De Gea and chipping into the net in a moment that the fans certainly will not forget anytime soon.
You can read the Baggies’ thoughts on the Amalfitano goal here:
Can’t get bored of that one.
— Jasewba (@JasonWba) December 17, 2019
— Sunny Gohel (@sunnygohel) December 17, 2019
— Steve Harper (@wba19761976) December 17, 2019
— jay (@Jaywba1982) December 17, 2019
As if running 60 yards with the ball at Old Trafford wasn’t enough, you put the supposedly worlds best keeper on his arse with a sublime feigned finish. That’s still hell of a goal !
— Doug Grant (@Darkbluebaggie) December 18, 2019
The day Ferdinand knew he was finished
— Liam. (@LiamCooper_20) December 17, 2019
The Baggies absolutely adore looking back at this Amalfitano strike, and will be desperate to get promoted back to the top flight and try and score some more memorable goals.