FIFA Favourite World Cup Goal: Amokachi Shortlisted
The 2018 World Cup in Russia is near and the football world governing body has asked fans to choose their FIFA Favourite World Cup Goal ever scored in a World Cup tournament.
Fortunately, Ex-Super Eagles player, Daniel Amokachi has his goal against Greece in stoppage time at the 1994 World Cup making the shortlist.
The former Everton star has to see off competition from ex-Manchester United and Liverpool star, Michael Owen to progress to the next round.
The Super Eagles made it through the Group D stage which had Argentina and Bulgaria. Amokachi beat two defenders then unleashed a 25-yard shot to the right corner.
That goal is in competition with Michael Owen’s brilliant solo goal against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup after he collected a pass from David Beckham in the centre-circle.
If you wish to participate and vote in the FIFA Favourite World Cup Goal, go to the official FIFA World Cup Facebook page to do so.