Sullay Kaikai (pictured) scored a brilliant goal for Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday as his side thrashed Sheffield United 4-2 away from home.
The host got their breakthrough in the 17th minute goal from Connor Salmon, but the visitors hit back with four straight goals.
The Palace youngster Kaikai was the first to showcase his talent with a wonder strike in the 25th minute, before Ian Black, Scott Vernon and finally James Collins.
Arguably his goal at the Bramall Lane stadium has been his best in blue and gold since arriving from Palace on loan.
Kaikai, 20, hailing from Sierra Leonean parents have already expressed a personal desire to stay at Meadows lane until the end of the season.
The youngster hopes of breaking into Alan Pardew’s first-team is on track considering his recent form in front of goal, his fifth goal in his last six games.
The hosts grabbed a late consolation through Dean Hammond.
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