Sebastien Haller Generated An Insane Amount Of Power To Score Bicycle Kick For West Ham Vs Palace
West Ham United forward Sebastien Haller scored an incredible bicycle kick to bring his side level vs Crystal Palace.
The Ivory Coast international had scored just two goals in 11 Premier League games this season, but stepped up when his side needed him on Wednesday.
Christian Benteke gave the Eagles a first half lead with his header, but Haller equalised in the second half with a piece of individual brilliance.
He managed to get his six foot two frame high in the air and wallop the ball past Vicente Guaita. Just listen to the impact.
Sebastien Haller, TAKE A BOW! :scream:@HallerSeb puts West Ham on level terms with an bicycle kick :bike:#PLonPrime #WHUCRY pic.twitter.com/g2DjXvVVkg
- Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) December 16, 2020
Haller joined the Hammers from Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019, in a transfer worth £45 million and he's found it tough to perform consistently.
But fans think his performance tonight could be the thing to reignite his career at the London Stadium.
Haller had this in his locker? :bike: @TheLawless :open_mouth::fire: #WHUCRY https://t.co/7nZRnDwlvv
- Kagey (@KageyPOV) December 16, 2020
Textbook bicycle kick. Full motion on the volley into the top corner. The best type of goal. https://t.co/bRZh0N13oe
- Dom (@JustDxm) December 16, 2020
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Sébastien Haller, welcome to the Volley Club Hall of Fame. pic.twitter.com/JsNzc111IB
- MUNDIAL (H) (@MundialMag) December 16, 2020
Sebastien Haller with an unreal overhead kick for West Ham pic.twitter.com/XGM0OGHedh
- B/R Football (@brfootball) December 16, 2020
Sensational overhead kick from Sebastian Haller. A Hallelujah of a goal. See it on @BBCMOTD tonight. 10.45
- Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) December 16, 2020
You know this goal was :fire: just from the photo.- Goal (@goal) December 16, 2020
Seb Haller, take a bow :clap: pic.twitter.com/oqACjFV2JE
Haller told West Ham's official website last month that more goals will bring him more confidence in the team.
"It's a matter of confidence and trying to build things around me," the 26-year-old said." It's not that easy, we're all different. You need to find the right balance, and sometimes it needs more time to come, or a bit of luck, or small details to make things really good.
"The only thing I can do is get back to work, get help from my teammates and score goals."
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