Former Liverpool and Manchester United striker Michael Owen has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to Robert Snodgrass’s stunning free kick for Hull City against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday evening.
Snodgrass scored an injury-time goal from a free kick at the KC Stadium to help his side win the Championship game 2-1.
The former Leeds United and Norwich City winger's superb effort bounced in off Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme.
Former Newcastle striker Owen was impressed with the goal and has taken to Twitter to express his admiration.
OMG. Free kick of the season from Snodgrass? Right in the top bin. #HullvWolves— michael owen (@themichaelowen) 15 April 2016
Snodgrass has scored two goals and created 41 chances in 19 Championship appearances for Hull so far this season.
The Scotland international winger has a pass accuracy of 80% and a shot accuracy of 63%, and has won 17 headers, 33 dribbles and 12 tackles.
Hull are fourth in the Championship table at the moment with 73 points from 41 matches, eight points behind Brighton & Hove Albion, who are currently second in the standings and have played a game more.