Andy Keogh scores goal of the season from 45 yards for Perth Glory FC

Andy Keogh scores goal of the season from 45 yards for Perth Glory FC

YOU JUST don't stop goals like this.

Irish fans will remember Andy Keogh as an honest, hard-working forward who left it all on the pitch whenever he pulled on the green jersey.

He did the rounds in England, playing for Leeds, Wolves, Cardiff, Blackpool and a number of other clubs, but seems to have found his home in Australia.

Playing for Perth Glory since 2015, he's scored 43 goals in 93 games, which is an impressive record in any league.

But the goal he scored at the weekend is surely the pick of the bunch.

He scored an incredible four goals in Perth's match against Western Sydney Wanderers, but his second was a real thing of beauty. Take a look:

Pick that one out.

Before this game, Keogh had failed to score in his last 18 league appearances, so bagging four in one game (including the goal of the season) would have shocked him just as much as anyone.

Perth are currently sat 9th in the league, just three places above last place. Hopefully this masterclass from Keogh can turn their season around.

Sunday saw Keogh became only the second Glory player ever to score four goals in a single A-League game, joining Shane Smeltz who managed the feat against Melbourne Victory in March 2012.

Irish fans may be specifically remember Keogh's consolation goal in a 6-1 defeat to Germany.