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Theo Hernandez Goes On 80-YARD Run To Score Spectacular Solo Goal, There Was No Stopping Him

Nasir Jabbar

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Theo Hernandez Goes On 80-YARD Run To Score Spectacular Solo Goal, There Was No Stopping Him

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​Theo Hernandez produced a moment of magic as he scored a spectacular solo goal for AC Milan against Atalanta. 

The Frenchman scored his side's second goal of the game on Sunday in remarkable fashion. 

He started a mazy run from his OWN box and drove up the field with the ball. 

There was no stopping him as he skipped past a few players before finding himself in the opposition box. 

From there, Hernandez unleashed a brilliant left-footed strike into the back of the net. 

Fans online loved Hernandez's outrageous solo goal. 

One tweeted: "A goal worthy of winning a title if there ever was one!"​

A second wrote: "Surely this isn't REAL."​

A third added: "Best forward running fullback on the planet bar non. The guy is an absolute steam train going forward with the ball."


Speaking after his sensational goal, he told DAZN: "I do everything for this team, it’s an incredible evening with all our people. After such a long time, they are very happy and I am very happy to be playing for Milan.

"I started and thought I’m going all the way. It was an incredible goal, but the hard work of all the teammates and the fans made it possible.

"I am glad my son was here to see it, it’s a wonderful night. We are close, we are a week away from the Scudetto, we need to give our all and that’s it. We’re very happy."

Milan appear on course to win their first Serie A title since 2011 following their 2-0 win over Atalanta. 

They sit at the top of the league, five points clear of second-placed Inter Milan.

Topics: AC Milan, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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