Sean Geddes scores incredible rabona lob in FA Trophy

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Former-Manchester United youth team player Sean Geddes scored a goal of the year contender against Barrow in the FA Trophy this weekend.

Erik Lamela's rabona in the Europa League was a fantastic strike, but Geddes, playing for Worcester City in the FA Trophy, scored a goal every bit as good.

Picking up the ball just inside the Barrow penalty box, the Worcester City leading goalscorer cut back inside before flicking his right foot back behind his left and lobbing the goalkeeper from 14 yards with an outrageous rabona shot.

Geddes is the club's top goalscorer with nine so far this season, including a brace against Coventry in Worcester City's surprise 2-1 win in the FA Cup first round earlier this season.

Lamela's rabona may have got more press but we believe that Geddes' strike is every bit as good as the Argentine star's. Lamela basically broke the internet with his ridiculous first-time rabona against Asteras Tripolis in October.

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Teammate of Welbeck and Morrison

Worcester City beat Barrow 3-0 in the game on Saturday evening, and Geddes, who played alongside Ravel Morrison and Danny Welbeck in the Manchester United academy teams, was the star of the show.

After leaving United, Geddes joined Walsall before dropping down the leagues further to play for Conference North side Worcester City.

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