When Bristol City visited Cardiff City for the Severnside derby yesterday, the Robins came away with their first win at The Cardiff City Stadium since 2002 thanks to a special strike from Josh Brownhill.
The midfielder set himself just outside the area from a Tommy Rowe lay-off and his thunderous strike swerved past the despairing dive of Neil Etheridge to take the points back across the bridge.
The excellent effort by the midfielder was his third winning strike of the season, his more recent one having been the 98th-minute strike against Charlton Athletic at Ashton Gate last month.
Brownhill joined the Robins back in 2016 having played under Lee Johnson for a bit while on loan at Barnsley that same year, and the 23 year-old has gone on to appear over 150 times for the club while playing a pivotal role from central midfield.
Was Brownhill's goal against Cardiff a potential goal of the season for City?
The Robins captain came through the youth academy at Preston North End and went on to make 64 appearances for the club, while making 27 appearances on loan with Barnsley in the 2015-2016 season before heading down south and linking up with Lee Johnson once again.
Here, we bring the best reaction from Bristol City fans to a clip of Brownhill’s screamer to win the derby against Cardiff…
— Bristol City FC (@BristolCity) November 10, 2019
Once again that’s premiership quality strike from #CaptainFantastic!!👏👏👏
— Ashton Grate (@david_baldry) November 10, 2019
Don’t give Josh a yard. Hero!
— Dave (@DaveBeardo) November 10, 2019
what makes that video seriously epic is Josh's dance moves, can we see more of that please every time he scores from now on. Congrats Josh on the incredible goal today, much deserved praise.
— Samantha Norris (@JustBeingTrueMe) November 10, 2019
— mark hanif clark (@markous86) November 10, 2019
— CH4N7ERS (@DanielChant1) November 10, 2019
Pick that out of the net
— roy croppers bag (@SteveBeatnik) November 10, 2019
That is one heck of a strike, however the best bit for me is the Cardiff fans motionless 🏴😂😂
— Steven Figg (@steven_figg) November 10, 2019