Socceroos legend Tim Cahill scored his first goal for his new club Jamshedpur overnight in his fourth game in the Indian Super League.
Cahill moved to Asia after announcing his retirement from the Socceroos following the World Cup but has struggled to find the back of the net in his first three games until the early hours of this morning.
And it was a classic Cahill header that broke his drought, knocking it home from a corner that sparked his trademark celebrations at the corner flag.
Pan Tim Cahill z pierwszą bramką w lidze indyjskiej ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ENR5J9ON8o— Michał Kozłowski (@m_kozlowski99) October 29, 2018
The goal gave Jamshedpur the lead over Kerala Blasters after just three minutes, but the match ended 2-2 after Kerala fought back with two late goals to share the points.
Jamshedpur remain unbeaten in fourth spot on the the ladder with one win and four draws, but face top of the table Goa in the early hours of Friday morning.