Jack Roles’ successful loan spell at League Two side Cambridge United continued on Saturday afternoon after he scored a stunning goal in their 2-2 draw with Macclesfield Town.
The 20-year-old, who was signed by former Spurs defender Colin Calderwood until January, has made a huge impact during his short time at The Abbey Stadium.
Roles was handed his fourth league start for the U’s and second in succession at the weekend and enhanced his ever-growing reputation by producing another eye-catching performance against the Silkmen.
Just 13 minutes into the game, Roles picked up a loose ball from fully 35-yards and let fly with a stunning first-time effort that flew into the corner to put Cambridge in front.
You can see his sensational low strike in the video below.
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The youngster was clearly delighted with his second goal for the club. He tweeted: “Unlucky not to take all 3 points yesterday, but on a personal note happy with the goal.”
Followed by a hashtag that read Grass Needed A Cut and a rocket emoji.