Anders Lindegaard now plies his sell the Allsvenskan for Helsingborg

An injury-time winner is a stunning sight, however it’s even much better when it’s your goalkeeper that ratings a late equaliser.

In the closing phases of Helsingborg’s fixture versus Falkenbergs, former Manchester United, Preston North End and Burnley goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard popped up in the penalty area to direct a sublime header into the far corner and restore a point for his team.

Lindegaard must have discovered a couple of tricks from Jordan Hugill during his spell at Deepdale, as the 36-year-old carried out a textbook target guy header to chalk up his very first profession objective.

The previous Manchester United goalkeeper spent an overall of 20 months with North End, initially joining on loan from West Brom before partnering with Simon Grayson’s side permanently in the summer of 2016.

A year later Lindegaard signed with Burnley on a free transfer, the goalkeeper stopped working to make a single Premier League appearance however did feature in their Europa League campaign as he changed the injured Nick Pope.

Lindegaard then joined his present club Helsingborg in the summer season of 2018 and has actually been an ever-present for the Swedish side.

The coronavirus break out postponed the start of the Allsvenskan season from April to June, but the goal prevented Helsingborg from slipping into the transfer zone after 9 matches.