|Wells goal 21:45 - Dec 26 with 4557 views||E17hoop|
[Post edited 26 Dec 2018 21:45]
|Wells goal on 21:49 - Dec 26 with 3222 views||Boston|
Our revival, all down to simple arithmetic.
|Wells goal on 22:02 - Dec 26 with 3150 views||BrianMcCarthy|
Goal of the season so far, I would say.
It was a superb move. I'm not sure that the final pass by Chair was meant for Wells, it might have been just a nice pass into the danger area, but one way or the other the entire sweeping poetry was a great example of pass and move, and pass and move only happens when a team is well coached, well-drilled and well.. Wells did the rest...
|Wells goal on 22:07 - Dec 26 with 3111 views||bosh67|
There is a real beauty in the way he shields a ball in from the right behind him and then guides it back round to the goal with that left foot. Second time he's done it and it is unstoppable because the momentum takes the ball past the keeper before he can react. It's like a slingshot.
|Wells goal on 22:13 - Dec 26 with 3086 views||BrianMcCarthy|
Plus, the keeper was unsighted by the crowd as a result of what you describe, Bosh. I love a goal where the attacker uses bodies to beat the keeper. Real intelligence.
|Wells goal on 22:18 - Dec 26 with 3054 views||rsonist|
I'm a little nonplussed by this tweet to be honest - think it highlights how misleading stats can be. We kept possession very nicely but to link what happened in the final third - which was a big bit of defensive nonsense and a little bit of cuteness from Nakhi - to what preceded it and call it all a great concerted move seems silly, I don't know.
|Wells goal on 22:22 - Dec 26 with 3023 views||Antti_Heinola|
the tweet doesn't call it a great concerted move, just says it's the second most passes before a goal this season.
|Wells goal on 22:47 - Dec 26 with 2955 views||rsonist|
Yes OK it's carefully worded but the implication is still that it's a single move - otherwise why highlight it at all.
You can compare it to Tottenham's third today (Walker-Peters' cutback to Lucas) for a goal that's a more credibly "joined up" team effort as it were.
|Wells goal on 22:48 - Dec 26 with 2950 views||BrianMcCarthy|
True. And even the greatest team goals take advantage somewhere along the way of a defensive slip, or utile an attacking sleight-of-foot.
|Wells goal on 23:19 - Dec 26 with 2825 views||Antti_Heinola|
yeah to be fair, we won't be as good as spurs for another few months yet.
|Wells goal on 23:50 - Dec 26 with 2737 views||JamesB1979|
Not sure I understand. I thought it was a great move and we kept possession well, with nice pull back into danger zone, then lovely finish by Wells. Great goal.
|Wells goal on 00:25 - Dec 27 with 2666 views||qprd|
Wells has scored all but one goal with his “weaker” left foot
Hard to believe 4 months ago we thought our strike force would consist of a guy who couldn’t do anything with his weaker left foot (and routinely took extra touches just to get it on his right), a guy who only contributed inside the six yard box and another who couldn’t use his feet at all
|Wells goal on 00:39 - Dec 27 with 2623 views||PunteR|
How poor was Washington and Sylla for us? Wells has made a massive difference. Quality player.
|Wells goal on 01:20 - Dec 27 with 2556 views||timcocking|
Wasn't the goal the same goal he scored last week? I assume there was a wormhole at play somewhere or other...
|Wells goal on 09:19 - Dec 27 with 2381 views||Pommyhoop|
|Wells goal on 09:56 - Dec 27 with 2296 views||Boston|
No, it’s all McLaren really.
|Wells goal on 11:04 - Dec 27 with 2193 views||PinnerPaul|
Chair claims it was meant for him - either way it was a class turn and finish.
Loved the way he just let the ball run across his body and the finish was just perfection!
|Wells goal on 11:06 - Dec 27 with 2187 views||PinnerPaul|
Really can't believe that anyone can find something negative to post about it and 'Not as good as Tottenham's' is one of the sillier things I've read on here!
|Wells goal on 13:28 - Dec 27 with 2018 views||Fearless|
|Wells goal on 13:51 - Dec 27 with 1964 views||BrianMcCarthy|
Thanks or posting that, Fearless.
|Wells goal on 13:54 - Dec 27 with 1953 views||traininvain|
A real beauty. Good to see Chair get some minutes yesterday. Much better for youngsters to come into a winning side high on confidence.
|Wells goal on 15:21 - Dec 27 with 1833 views||PunteR|
Brilliant to watch us keep the ball and intelligently used around the pitch. Superb finish. Well worth highlighting this goal.
|Wells goal on 15:57 - Dec 27 with 1776 views||qprd|
chairs off the ball movement between passes 13 and 19 is brilliant for a player of his age
[Post edited 27 Dec 2018 15:58]
|Wells goal on 16:11 - Dec 27 with 1726 views||rsonist|
Good job no one actually said that then.
|Wells goal on 16:25 - Dec 27 with 1697 views||PinnerPaul|
Didn't know the quote police were out.
You said it was silly to call it a joined up move and that Tottenhams' goal was more 'credible'
Seems very strange to carp about such a wonderful effort.
|Wells goal on 16:45 - Dec 27 with 1650 views||Antti_Heinola|
having got the chance to watch that properly in context, it is a great move - working the ball back and forth patiently looking for an opening or a gap. Bloke behind me was no doubt bellowing 'FORWARD' through most of it, as his idiotic wont, but nonetheless, a lovely goal.