- Victor Wanyama was among the goalscorers as Montréal Impact downed D.C United in the MLS
- Wanyama's goal was crucial for his side as they were trailing 2-1 at the time
- The midfielder's planted home a powerful header to send Didier Drogba into a meltdown
- Romell Quioto scored the all important goal for Impact in the 88th minute to help them earn a place in the playoffs
Didier Drogba could not hide his delight after Victor Wanyama found the back of the net to help Montreal Impact seal a playoff place.
Impact came up against DC United on Sunday, November 8, in what was described as 'decision day' with a slot in the playoffs at stake.
The Canadian outfit had to come from behind twice to down a stubborn DC United side as they won 3-2.
Donovan Pines handed DC the lead just nine minutes into the match, before Bojan Krkic equalising for Impact four minutes later.
Ola Kamara restored DC's lead in the 33rd minute as the American club headed into the break with the advantage.
However, the tie was far from settled, with Wanyama planting home a powerful header in the 74th minute to make it 2-2 before Romell Quioto won it for Thierry Henry's side two minutes to time.
But it was Wanyama's goal in particular that appeared to have got Drogba off his seat, with the Chelsea legend taking to Twitter to celebrate.
"Gooooaaaaaalllllll," Drogba replied in delight to Impact's tweet updating the Kenyan international's goal.
Drogba's celebration for the result was not out of place as he turned out for Impact in the latter years of his football career.
The Ivorian sported the side's colours between 2015 and 2016, finding the back of the net 21 times in 33 appearances.
Since his move to the club back in March from Mourinho's Tottenham, Wanyama has established himself as an integral squad member for Henry.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Jose Mourinho has stated that his Tottenham squad that is struggling to win matches in the English Premier League is capable of winning titles in many other European countries.
Spurs found themselves at the top of the Premier League standings on Sunday afternoon, October 8, after Harry Kane’s 88th-minute header sunk hard-fighting West Brom side at the Hawthorns.
The victory gave Spurs all three points and they temporarily leapfrogged Leicester City and Liverpool to the top of the standings.
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