Bristol City’s Marlon Pack has hailed the winner by Lee Tomlin in the win against Fulham as the best moment in their season.
The Robins got a vital win in their battle to stay in the Championship after they came from behind to beat Fulham.
It looked like Bristol City when after just three minutes, Ross McCormack was able to chip Richard O’Donnell to get the opener.
But in the second half the West County club rallied and got an equaliser Pack scored one from long range. They then got a dramatic winner when Tomlin fired home from a free kick in the last minute, giving them an important three points.
The win meant that Bristol City pulled away from the relegation and actually leapfrogged Fulham into 19th place, while the Cottagers fell closer to the bottom three and are now in 20th place.
Following the win over Fulham, Pack told the Bristol Post: “I think that had to be up there among the best moments of the season,”
“People always talk about David Beckham’s goal against Greece, but Tommo’s goal was of the same quality.”
“Obviously, our game was not of the same magnitude as a World Cup qualifier, but it meant a lot to us. It takes fantastic skill to get the ball up and over the wall from there and, when you have someone with that kind of skill in your side, you know you are going to do well.”
“There was that much riding on the game and so much emotion invested in it, that you could feel the goose bumps coming up on the back of your neck.”
“Given the way we won it at the end and in front of all those fans, it will definitely stay in the memory for a long time to come. It was unbelievable.”