Bournemouth's Steve Cook produced the save of the season so far in the Premier League, though unfortunately he was shown a red card for doing so.
In the first half at Carrow Road, Aaron Ramsdale rushed out to thwart Norwich striker Teemu Pukki when he was played in behind and as Ondrej Duda curled one goalwards on the rebound, Cook made the crazy decision to completely handle the ball.
The Cherries No.3 was sat in the six-yard box when the shot was taken and with no disguise whatsoever, jumped up to tip the ball over the penalty in the most obvious fashion.
He was correctly given a red card by the referee before VAR provided confirmation to the easiest decision of all-time, while Pukki would then step up to open the scoring from the spot.
To be fair it was a cracking, full-stretch save that the likes of David De Gea, Ederson and Alisson Becker would have been proud of, so maybe Cook should consider a position change at the ripe old age of 28!
Steve Cook has just made one of the saves of the season. Stunning. And been sent off for it obviously— Mark Chapman (@markchapman) January 18, 2020
No player has a better save % in the Premier League this season than Steve Cook (100%).— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) January 18, 2020
What a save! 🧤 pic.twitter.com/fF2IzcUCzo
1-0 HT— Rob Butler (@BobRutler) January 18, 2020
We needed a bit of luck in this relegation fight... and we got it when Steve Cook did his Peter Shilton impression. 🤣
Duda has been excellent, class on the ball and plenty of ideas. 👍🏻👍🏻 pic.twitter.com/y79VUTLcTb
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