By Federico Cornetto
A young football star with Down Syndrome has sent his supporters into a frenzy by scoring TWO amazing lob goals.
Oxford Bulls FC Striker Keigan Taylor, 11, won the hearts of his team and the crowd when he lifted the ball high above the goalkeeper and into the net twice on May 5.
Keigan’s, from Londonderry, Northern Ireland, amazing lobs contributed to his team’s massive 6-2 success over the Celtic Legends – a team which consisted of former professional footballers.
After stunning the rival keeper with his formidable shots, Keigan went back to kiss the centre of the pitch in an emotional celebration.
The Oxford Bulls, a team made up of young players with Down Syndrome, played the Celtic Legends as part of a charity event called the Soccer Sixes tournament held at the Brandywell Stadium in Derry, Northern Ireland.
Keigan’s mum, clerical officer Serena Taylor, 40, said: “Keigan loves to score spectacular goals, his passion is football and he’s always trying to improve.
“When Keigan scored those two lobs we were obviously bursting with pride!”