The Socceroos legend Tim Cahill broke his drought with a maiden goal in the Indian Super League, against Kerala Blasters on Monday night.
In his fourth appearance for his new club, Cahill found the back of the net during Jamshedpur’s 2-2 home draw with Kerala Blasters. The strike was reminiscent of the olden days, as the 38-year-old Australian surged into the box before striking it into the back of the net with a quick header.
Delighted on scoring, Cahill ran to the corner flag for his customary corner flag shadow-boxing celebration.
Many of the fans seemed thrilled seeing the Cahill scoring and also the celebration.
Jamshedpur FC were in the lead in the first half but could not withstand it on Monday night, two second half goals from Kerala Blasters ended the fixture in a draw.
Currently, Jamshedpur FC are the fourth position on the Indian Super League table. After five games, they have one win and four draws. They are up against Goa on Friday morning at home.