Was Hiram Boateng's wonder goal for Exeter better than Mohamed Salah's for Liverpool?
Salah helped Liverpool to 2-0 win over Chelsea, Boateng struck in win against Port Vale
Last Updated: 15/04/19 8:53pm
Mohamed Salah hit a stunner in Liverpool's win over Chelsea - but did an Exeter midfielder score a better goal this weekend?
Just two minutes after Sadio Mane had given Liverpool the lead at Anfield on Sunday, Salah produced some smart control to bring down a long Virgil van Dijk pass before cutting inside and firing a powerful strike into the far corner past goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Sky Sports' Jamie Carragher described it as "an absolute rocket", while fellow pundit Ashley Cole reckoned no goalkeeper in the Premier League would have stopped it.
But was it actually the best goal scored in England this weekend?
Hiram Boateng may have gone one better with his effort in Exeter's 2-0 win at home to Port Vale in League Two on Saturday.
Play-off chasing Exeter took the lead with a penalty in the second minute but Boateng put them in complete control with a wonder goal 10 minutes into the second half.
Boateng, with his back to goal, controlled a long pass on his chest, teed the ball up with a neat touch as he spun around and then bent a volley into the far corner with the outside of his left foot.
"You can't predict goals like that, but Hiram is a player that can produce moments like that," said Exeter boss Matt Taylor after the game.
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