It was one of the performances of the season and to think, he only came on as a substitute.
Everton’s Seamus Coleman inspired an incredible comeback for David Moyes’ men to come from 2-0 down to earn a 2-2 draw at Goodison Park this afternoon.
The former Sligo Rovers man replaced the injured Joseph Yobo after just 20 minutes of proceedings, however despite this he still managed to be the man of the match.
The right-back was at the centre of everything good for the Toffees today and even had the Everton faithful singing “One Seamus Coleman, there’s only one Seamus Coleman.”
He was involved in both goals for the home side, setting up Louis Saha for the first and playing a massive part in the equaliser for Tim Cahill.
The 21-year old undoubtedly has a massive future in the Premier League and I am sure if he keeps it up, he will be earning a call up for the Irish national team. I certainly wish the lad all the best.