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Ally McCoist's Reaction To Will Vaulks Goal Is Absolutely Wonderful

Ally McCoist's Reaction To Will Vaulks Goal Is Absolutely Wonderful

Vaulks scored from inside his own half against Brentford in the Championship but Ally McCoist managed to make it an even more enjoyable goal

Ryan Sidle

Ryan Sidle

Will Vaulks scored a brilliant goal from his own half, although Cardiff City still lost, and Ally McCoist was absolutely loving the goal.

Soccer Saturday has always provided great moments over the years, but nothing has quite lived up to Chris Kamara missing a sending off at Portsmouth, a moment that's been hilariously recreated this year.

Whilst Kammy has spent plenty of time trying to top his incredible moment it's unlikely anything will better that day at Fratton Park just over 10 years ago.

On Boxing Day Ally McCoist certainly put his name forward for one of the great moments, as he described Vaulks opener against Brentford in the Championship.

Despite scoring one of the best goals you're likely to see today, and even grabbing another, Vaulks wasn't on the winning side.

Sergi Canos equalised five minutes after half-time, following the opener in first half injury time, before the Spanish winger scored again on 65 and 73 minutes to complete a hat-trick and give his team a 3-1 lead.

The hosts did get one back through Vaulks' second but last season's Championship play-off finalists held on to win.

Speaking to SPORTbible about his legendary moment, Kammy said, "In my career, in terms of my TV career and Soccer Saturday, that is the defining moment because it could have so easily went the other way," he said.

"But it went the right way and thankfully it did because it's been watched over 10 million times on YouTube and to this day, people still never get tired of seeing it.

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