When the ball was flying over normally people expect me to jump and head that from 18 yards but it just sat so beautifully off the shoulder of the defender and I struck it and it went in.

Football is all about these moments and what better place to do it that in the home of football in Brazil.

Cahill went on to make 256 appearances, scoring 68 times, celebrating each goal which his trademark punching of the corner flag. Cahill was the second highest Premier League scorer in Everton’s history when he departed and his obvious affection for the Club helped him become a fans’ favourite – aided by his uncanny ability to find big goals in big games, as his record as the top Everton post-war goalscorer in Merseyside derbies illustrates.
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