Lisa Murphy joined Nayim, David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Graham Burke, Conan Byrne and Co. on Saturday afternoon in Oscar Traynor Park when she fired home a goal from the half-way line in the Women's National League game against Shelbourne.
Bohemians ultimately lost the game 3-1 but it was Murphy's individual piece of skill that will stay in the memories of the spectators.
At 2-0 down, Murphy gathered the ball in her own half, spotted the Shels' keeper Amanda Budden off her line, and lobbed an inch perfect ball which dipperd under the crossbar to give the home side some hope of a comeback.
The result means along with Peamount United drawing 0-0 against DLR Waves means the title race will go down to the last day of the season with Peas two point ahead of the Reds.
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