Andre Schurrle will shoot from anywhere.
The German bagged his fourth Premier League goal for Fulham on Saturday to give the Cottagers an 11th minute lead in Wales.
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What makes the goal extra special is that it’s not one of those long distance goals where he had acres of space and gave it a go.
Schurrle creates some space and belts a shot upper 90, leaving Neil Etheridge in “What just happened?” territory.
Cardiff would strike for two against Fulham’s woeful defense before I could even finish this post, but the goal is still sublime. Update: Cardiff being Cardiff, it’s now 2-2 via Ryan Sessegnon.
Schurrle now has as many league goals this season as he’s registered since 2015-16 with Wolfsburg.