Harry Redknapp looked back at Danny Rose's stunning volley against Arsenal and admitted: "You don't see many like that!"
The young midfielder, just 19, made sure it was a full debut no-one will ever forget by hammering home a 30-yarder that flew in like a rocket.
That goal opened the scoring after just 10 minutes at the Lane and Gareth Bale added the key second goal just over a minute into the second half.
Heurelho Gomes made three stunning saves before Arsenal pulled a goal back but we held on for a memorable 2-1 win, our first over the Gunners in the Premier League since 1999 to maintain our push for fourth place.
"It was a fantastic goal from Danny," said Harry. "He's a young kid and I gave him his chance. We had some tired legs from Sunday and I just tried to freshen it up.
"He's a left-sided player but I played him on the right, I just thought he'd give us a bit of energy and enthusiasm. He's full of running, has a great left and that was a wonder strike.
"He has great technique and he's a great striker of the ball but he is not going to do that too often, that's for sure! It's a goal he'll never forget."
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