Alejandro Garnacho's stunning Manchester United goal has had Ally McCoist reminiscing about the one time he managed to pull off an overhead kick.

The Argentina attacker sent shockwaves through the football world yesterday evening as he scored perhaps the greatest-ever bicycle kick against Everton.

The 19-year-old met Diogo Dalot's floated cross as sweet as you like, as his acrobatic right-footed shot nestled beautifully in Jordan Pickford's top corner.

It was undoubtedly a Premier League goal of the season contender, as United marched to a comfortable 3-0 win at Goodison Park.

The strike inevitably sparked debate over comparisons with Wayne Rooney's famous overhead kick against Manchester City during Sir Alex Ferguson's latter days as manager.

But McCoist has instead remembered his own effort while at Rangers - and the cheeky dig that followed about his weight from the late Walter Smith.

He explained on talkSPORT: "I got one. Nothing of the quality (of Garnacho's)... I scored in my first game back coming back from a broken leg.

"Walter Smith wanted me to go on and replace the crater I left when I hit the ground! That's what he said to me.

"He said to me 'I loved your goal son but do me a favour, you going to repair that divot?' The thud when I hit the deck!"

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Meanwhile, Barry Robson was left reeling after Rangers' stoppage time penalty earned Philippe Clement's side a draw at Pittodrie.

Bojan Miovski scored with a terrific finish in the first half, as Aberdeen thought they'd secured a third win in four games against Rangers.

However, James Tavernier stepped up from the spot after Nick Walsh awarded the Ibrox club a penalty after 90 minutes.

Robson was furious that VAR intervened and advised the referee to review the incident where Stefan Gartenmann pulled Connor Goldson's shirt inside the box. He took aim at the officials post-match, insisting it was a 'bad look' for Rangers to get another VAR decision in their favour so late in the game.