Jürgen Klinsmann signed for Tottenham in the summer of 1994. He was unveiled at White Hart Lane in the most 90s photo ever. A huge baggy shirt and scarf next to Ossie Ardiles in salmon shirt and patterned tie.
His first game was away to Sheffield Wednesday, where Jurgen lined up in the famous front 5 formation along with Teddy Sheringham, Illie Dumistrescu, Nick Barmby and Darren Anderton.
The German striker scored the the match winner with a glancing headed and journalist David Lacey loved it.
As one of [Darren] Anderton’s deceptive, drifting crosses floated into the goalmouth, he took one pace forward, two steps back and so completely fooled [Des] Walker that he appeared to score with a free header. It was nothing of the kind. Klinsmann put a lot of thought into his first English goal.
Klinsmann – wearing the purple Umbro away shirt – goal celebrated with one of the most iconic in Premier League history by leading his team mates into a dive across the pitch.
His celebration was overshadowed by an unbelievable belter of an own goal scored by Colin Calderwood. Have a look in the video above.