Another landmark for ex-Pompey favourite and Sheffield United left-back Enda Stevens

Enda Stevens was a popular figure during his time at Pompey - and his career continues to soar. Picture: Joe PeplerEnda Stevens was a popular figure during his time at Pompey - and his career continues to soar. Picture: Joe Pepler
Enda Stevens was a popular figure during his time at Pompey - and his career continues to soar. Picture: Joe Pepler | JPIMedia
Former Pompey favourite Enda Steven has reached another career landmark.

The left-back scored his maiden Premier League goal in Sunday’s 2-1 triumph at Norwich.

It means the 29-year-old has now netted in each of the top four divisions as he continues to blossom since released by Aston Villa in June 2015.

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Chris Wilder’s side had been trailing to Alexander Tettey’s first-half opener for the Canaries.

But, after the break, George Baldock crossed for Stevens to grab an equaliser, before the right-back himself registered the winner three minutes later.

It leaves United positioned in eighth upon their return to the Premier League, with Stevens an ever-present during their 16 league outings.

The Republic of Ireland international made 99 appearances for Pompey from 2015-17, winning the League Two title on his final outing before joining United on a free transfer.

His sole Blues goal arrived in a 3-2 win at Newport County on Boxing Day 2016.

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