SAINTS legend Matt Le Tissier has revealed what his favourite goal he ever scored was – and it might not be a huge surprise.

That being said, the enigmatic attacking midfielder had a plethora of exquisite efforts to choose from after he entered the Premier League ‘Hundred Club’ with 100 goals in 270 appearances.

A wicked half-volley vs Nottingham Forest, an ingenious free-kick against Wimbledon, a solo run and dink against Manchester United, incredible skill and composure vs Newcastle United.

Any of those and more are good enough to top the majority of players’ lists.

But it was one December 1994 effort that Le Tissier puts down as his favourite, and probably a lot of yours too.

Speaking to Dorset Echo, Le Tiss admitted: “I have a favourite goal in terms of what I think was my best goal from a technical point of view.

“That was at Blackburn from 35 yards against Tim. I think it won BBC goal of the season that year, so that’s a cool thing to have on your CV.

“I won a few goal of the months with other goals but that one at Blackburn is the one for me that stands out as my best.”

The goal involves Le Tissier going on a mazy run between a crowd of Rovers defenders before, as the commentator describes it, letting fly from distance and watching it gracefully sink down off the underside of the bar and thudding in.

A worthy selection.

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