By Mike Parrott
Danny Welbeck has just turned back the clock to score an absolutely unbelievable bicycle kick goal against Norwich City for Watford to put them ahead 2-1.
Danny 'Dat Guy' Welbeck hasn't been known for his scoring for a while now, but he just completely changed that after this absolutely beautiful bicycle kick goal for Watford against Norwich City.
His second goal for Watford, the 29-year-old Welbz was able to score arguably his best goal ever, if not on par with his United debut goal to put Watford ahead against Norwich and could be a vital goal for them to stay up in the Premier League.
OH DANNY WELBECK! :bike:
He polishes Watford's counter attack off with a lovely overhead kick. What a finish!
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It comes as his first goal in the Premier League since he was at Arsenal and last scored in 2018
Danny Welbeck has scored a Premier League goal for the first time since scoring for Arsenal against West Ham in August 2018.
Dat Guy with an incredible overhead kick. pic.twitter.com/Q8Ujx3EKlQ
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The goal could be the goal that keeps up Watford, and Welé might have just completely saved their season. With 2020 being as mental as it has been, surely a Welbeck bicycle kick goal just adds onto the madness.
Danny Welbeck has scored a Premier League goal for the first time in over 600 days. His last 3 goals in all competitions have come under different managers:
• Unai Emery
• Quique Sanchez Flores
• Nigel Pearson
DAT GUY. :clap::clap::clap: pic.twitter.com/y5gglEAQOA
- Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) July 7, 2020
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