Mark Viduka was often seen as the brawn of his attacking partnerships, whether in England, Scotland or Croatia, but the legendary Australian striker carried an air of subtlety few gave him credit for.
The idea of a player’s physical appearance dictating the reception of his play is nothing new, and Viduka – a stacked lorry of a man – was never likely to be burdened with a twinkle-toes moniker.
However, he could always impact a game with an unforeseen level of subtlety, and this was never more visible than during Leeds United’s 1-0 victory at Lazio back in 2000.
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