Penalties rarely go down as great goals, but Bojan deserves a huge amount of credit for winning and scoring the spot kick which has given Stoke City an early lead at Swansea City this evening.
The Spaniard picked up the ball on the halfway line, burst away from Jack Cork before beautifully turning Federico Fernandez and running at Ashley Williams, who clipped him as he went into the box.
And the 25-year-old then ensured that his good work did not go to waste by dusting himself down to emphatically convert the penalty into the top corner, putting the Potters ahead inside four minutes.
His skill and spectacular goals have made Bojan a firm fan favourite at the Britannia Stadium since his bargain £3m arrival from La Liga giants Barcelona last summer – fee reported by The Telegraph.
The versatile forward has only recently returned from an eight-month layoff with a serious knee injury. Tonight’s start at the Liberty Stadium is just his fourth in the Premier League this season.
He scored 13 minutes into his first league start since January in Stoke’s 2-2 draw with Leicester City in September. This goal is a sign that he truly is back and close to rediscovering his best form.
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