Manchester United loanee James Wilson ended his goal drought on Wednesday night after he produced a stunning strike (via strettynews) to help his Aberdeen side to a 3-0 win at home to Hamilton Academical in their Scottish Premier League clash.
The 22-year-old is on a season-long loan deal at Aberdeen from Premier League giants Manchester United.
The home side had taken an eighth minute lead through Graeme Shinnie before James Wilson unleashed an unstoppable strike in the 23rd minute to end his run of not finding the back of the net for four games.
He has now scored two goals for Aberdeen since his loan move from the Red Devils in the summer.
Michael Devlin wrapped up the convincing victory for Aberdeen who moves to 15 points but still stay in the eighth spot on the league table despite the win.
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On the other hand, Hamilton Academical drops from ninth to the tenth spot with seven points only from their first eleven games of the season.
After the game, both Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and his Hamilton counterpart Martin Canning praised him for his performance.
James Wilson could finally become a formidable force with Aberdeen following previous unsuccessful spells with clubs like Derby County, Brighton and Hove Albion as well as Sheffield United.