We would be talking about that goal no end if Davie Cooper hadn't trumped it that day.
Three cracking goals but MacDonald's seemed somewhat ordinary compared to Jardine's and Jardine's - hardly worth discussing compared to Coop's.
Whittakers for me. Had such a cool head and could actually see in his actions, weighing up his options and making the opposition defenders make a choice before he decided the best course of action. Pretty sure I was at the game where boogie scored and can remember whittakers goal much more than boogies. Tbh, I'd forgotten all about boogies till I opened thread. Whittakers will remain with me for as long as I've still got my marbles
One great goal was the 7th in a home game stroll against mediocrity. The other stunning effort was a vital European away goal, at a crucial time, against quality opposition and of huge importance and significance.
Whittaker is a bit of a thicko and a prick, no question, but neither is it in doubt which goal was better.