Everyone made the same joke following Scott Hogan's moment of misery
It happens, Scott Hogan. It happens.
It doesn't happen very often now, Scott Hogan. but surely you will find solace in the knowledge that it is unlikely to happen again anytime soon.
In fact, it happens so rarely that you will probably find solace in the knowledge that it is unlikely to happen again anytime soon.
For the select few of you who are unaware of what exactly happened to Hogan on Tuesday night, he put in a man of the match performance... for the opposition. Aston Villa's Championship clash Middlesbrough ended in a goalless draw, all because he cleared what would have been a late, late Conor Hourihane winner off the line.
Hard to look past Scott Hogan for Boro's MOTM. Great performance. pic.twitter.com/IlGMz2SwIC
— Josh Frankland (@_JoshFrankland) September 12, 2017
Two points were dropped leaving Villa languishing in 18th place, three points above the relegation zone. However, the draw left Boro in a not-too-shabby ninth place.
For Villa supporters, Boro fans and neutrals alike, they all saw something in Hogan that had been previously unseen.
For them, this proves once and for all that Hogan isn't a striker, but rather, his calling lies at the other end of the pitch.
Thankyou @ScottHogan_9 for signing on last minute as an extra defender, my MOTM 😊👍
— All About Boro (@AllAboutBoro) September 12, 2017
@ScottHogan_9 GREAT DEFENDING 👏🏽👋🏽👎🏽😆
— Gemma Bolger (@GemmarClinton) September 12, 2017
— Paul Edwards (@TheRealPaulE) September 12, 2017
Scott Hogan should of been our CB And potential captain... https://t.co/mJmNJhVwMK
— FJ 💉 (@Watkinsesquee) September 12, 2017
Scott Hogan. Best defender Middlesbrough's ever had. #avfc
— Lew Boulton🗿 (@lewboulton) September 12, 2017
Scott Hogan .......... Better at preventing goals than scoring them 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 #AVFC
— Andrew Farmer (@AndrewFarmer16) September 12, 2017
On a plus note looks like we have discovered a top centre half in Scott Hogan
— PMT 3000 (@Paul_M_Tyler) September 12, 2017
You should have signed Scott Hogan...his defending on the line tonight was first class. Birmingham is a city full of shit football clubs lol
— Craig Fudger (@CraigFudger) September 12, 2017