Goal of the Season

Goal of the Season

The beautifully crafted goal scored by Leon Osman against Larissa is Everton's Goal of the Season.

Osman was on hand to score the Toffees' second goal on the night.

But the goal was about so much more than just Ossie's devastating finish; Tim Cahill, Leighton Baines and Steven Pienaar were all involved in an incisive and classy build-up that culminated with the South African diverting a back-heel into the path of the his midfield colleague.

Ossie's finish was measured to perfection.

The importance of the strike in a wider context can't be overlooked either, as it put Everton 2-0 up against the Greek side as the Toffees marched through the group stage of the Uefa Cup.

The goal triumphed from a selection of 12 put forward by Everton legend Graeme Sharp.

 

Leon Osman - clearly delighted with his awardLeon Osman - clearly delighted with his award

 

Visitors to evertonfc.com could preview all 12 before making their vote, and Osman's goal beat off Tim Cahill's overhead kick at Chelsea and Mikel Arteta's belter against Fiorentina to take the gong.

After picking up the award, Osman spoke exclusively to evertonTV.

He said: "It's very pleasing. It's the first award I have won and it's a privilege. There was a big team effort involved and I was there to finish it off.

"There were some good goals in there and I'm delighted to have won it."

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