Ross McCormack was quick off the mark to notch his first goal for Central Coast Mariners – and it’s probably no surprise given who his partner in attack was.
Both netted in the 4-0 rout with McCormack heading home after just seven minutes of his debut.
But it was Bolt – the eight times Olympic gold medallist – who grabbed the headlines after netting twice on his first start for the club, one from a McCormack assist.
Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt celebrates scoring (Image: AFP/Getty) Read More
McCormack, who left Rangers in 2006 and also enjoyed two years at Motherwell before moving south, left Aston Villa for Australia last month on a season-long loan.
The 32-year-old forward, who cost Villa £12m from Fulham in 2016, hasn’t played for the club in 18 months following a public falling out with former manager Steve Bruce.
Bolt, the 100 metres world record holder, joined Central Coast on trial in August in a bid to win a contract.
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