The Wolverhampton Wanderers academy ace is currently away from Molineux on loan.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy Twitter account has proudly showed off a wondergoal netted by a Wolves youngster currently out on loan - and it just so happens to be his first professional goal.
Molineux academy midfielder Sadou Diallo is currently on loan at League One side Accrington Stanley until January, and he broke his duck in superb fashion during the EFL Trophy trip to Oldham, opening the scoring for his side.
The 20-year-old took a touch from Jordan Clark's short free kick, lined up his trajectory and let rip with a ferocious effort which soared into the top corner of the Latics' net on the half-hour mark.
Diallo's effort was the first of three unanswered goals for Stanley, who made the most of Dylan Fage being given a red card for the hosts in first half added time to extend their lead through Offrande Zanzala and Clark.
Here is the Wolves Academy post showing off the goal:
Diallo was previously on Manchester City's books before being released in July 2018 and linking up with Wolves a month later, according to Transfermarkt.
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