Was his stunning strike in Sunday’s 2-2 draw against United the best goal of his career?
“Yes, I think so,” he smiled. “I was injured, I have come back and this was the best goal. I’m so happy.”
The Brazilian midfielder turned Tom Cleverley inside-out before unleashing a ripper into the top corner from 30 yards.
That made it 2-1 at the Lane but unfortunately our joy was short-lived as Wayne Rooney equalised from the penalty spot and it stayed 2-2 after a thrilling encounter in the Premier League.
Earlier, Kyle Walker blasted home a free-kick for 1-0 on 18 minutes and we had chances for 2-0 before Rooney’s first equaliser before half-time.
Sandro’s moment of magic arrived on 54 minutes, levelled three minutes later.
“It was good to play like that against a team like United,” he added. “Last week against City was so disappointing for us, we felt so bad.
“We played better in this game, now I think this week will be better and I hope we win the next game at Fulham.”
We travel to Craven Cottage on Wednesday for an 8pm kick-off in the Premier League.