Onduparaka midfielder Gaddafi Gadinho described his goal against relegation bound JMC in their 1-1 draw on Saturday as ‘best one ever’.
The artistic midfielder won the ball a few yards away from the center and astounded JMC’s goalkeeper with a dandy effort from the right to enthuse his technical bench and the travelling fans as they took the lead at Kakindu Stadium on Saturday.
While the goalkeeper scuttled back towards goal, he was unable to deny Gadinho his seventh goal of the campaign and the 21-year old reveled in his effort.
“It was a really special goal,” Gadinho, scorer of nine goals in all competitions this season said of his beauty.
“I saw the goalkeeper was out of his line and took my chances and it went in. I’m very happy I scored such a goal but happy for the team because we worked so hard as a team to get it. The disappointing thing is we couldn’t win the game.
“I have scored some really great goals but this one is the best one ever. I don’t know if I’ll ever score such a goal again. I’m not God so I wouldn’t know.”
Gadinho’s goal earned the Caterpillars, who are now win-less in three Premier League games, their tenth draw of the campaign as their fight for a top four finish continues.
The side currently occupies the fifth position in the league standings with 34 points.
The Caterpillars return home to the Green Light Stadium, Arua to take on relegation threatened Lweza on Wednesday.