With over 700,000 views on the Soccer Republic Twitter page, Ian Morris’ wonder strike for Bohemians against Cork City was a certainly a goal to savour.
But a few other crackers have also adorned the said Twitter page. So let’s countdown the top 10 most watched goals so far in 2018.
10 The 'Tubbercurry Tornado' Rafael Cretaro proves he still has it after this superb finish against Limerick.
9 Chris Shields with the only goal at Turner's Cross that effectively clinched the league for Dundalk.
8 All the way in – That man Chris Shields again as he celebrates putting Dundalk 2-0 up against Shamrock Rovers at Oriel Park.
7 A bit of quick thinking from Sligo Rovers' Rhys McCabe set the Bit O' Red on their way to victory over Limerick.
Rhys McCabe scored this stunning goal for @sligorovers on Saturday in the win over @LimerickFCie. A moment of quick-thinking.— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) April 15, 2018
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6 Kevin Devaney's wonder strike for Bohemians settled this Dublin derby against St Pat's at Dalymount Park.
5 Cork City's Kieran Sadlier completes his hat-trick against Longford in the FAI cup quarter-final.
4 A Paddy Kavanagh goal on the opening day of the season made it 3-1 for Bohemians against Shamrock Rovers.
3 Break down in communication leads to an unbelievable own goal from Cork City's Damien Delaney against Bohemians.
2 Was it a clearance or was it deliberate? Well, there was no one at home and Kieran Sadlier took advantage for Cork City against St Pat's at Richmond Park.
We know @KieranSadlier can score special goals....but from inside his own box? Wow. Take a bow we say to the @CorkCityFC man.— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) May 27, 2018
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1 Claiming top spot by some 20,000 views was that belter from Ian Morris.
Goal of the season contender from Ian Morris who drags Bohemians back into game with extraordinary strike from 40+ yards pic.twitter.com/0SQtqIUuqp— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) October 8, 2018