A look back at the weekend's top strikes, and a couple of midweek crackers. Enjoy!
Ruben Neves: Cardiff City 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
The ultimate #FreeKickFriday. What a way to settle the biggest game of the season.
The most crucial strike of @Wolves' season? 🐺@rubendsneves_ hit the perfect #FreeKickFriday to clinch all three points for his side, and claim himself @SkyBetChamp Goal of the Weekend. #GOTW pic.twitter.com/a46RNgMuIR— Sky Bet Championship (@SkyBetChamp) April 9, 2018
Josh Murphy: Norwich City 3-1 Aston Villa
Another stunner, scored on Saturday lunchtime as the Canaries dented their opponents' hopes of automatic promotion.
This wasn't bad... @JoshMurphy65 was the star of the show at Carrow Road as @NorwichCityFC were victorious over @AVFCOfficial. 💚💛 pic.twitter.com/cxGFM1RHxI— Sky Bet Championship (@SkyBetChamp) April 9, 2018
Lee Evans: Sheffield United 2-1 Middlesbrough
One of the hardest skills to execute, Lee Evans made a side-foot volley from a dropping ball look simple, passing the ball into the top corner. Stunning.
The technique in this goal is nothing short of phenomenal. 🤤@LeeEvans94 got off the mark for @SUFC_tweets with this…— EFL (@EFL) April 11, 2018
Goal of the season? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/UllqbF3JhN
Ruben Neves: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 Derby County
The Portuguese midfielder pops up again. After what Neves admitted was a poor first touch, he rectified it with a jawdropping volley beyond the despairing dive of Carson.
🐺 @rubendsneves_: “Hold my drink.” pic.twitter.com/qnX8NejIHX— EFL (@EFL) April 12, 2018
Joe Newell: Rotherham United 3-2 Fleetwood Town
The Millers have scored some stunning goals this term, and Newell's pinpoint volley was the latest to set up a vital victory.
A fine finish. 👏@OfficialRUFC's Joe Newell's seventh goal of the season was a thing of beauty, and earned him @SkyBetLeagueOne Goal of the Weekend. #GOTW pic.twitter.com/fRH1lcKCl6— Sky Bet League One (@SkyBetLeagueOne) April 9, 2018
Jordan Ponticelli: Notts County 2-1 Coventry City
It might not have been enough for victory, but the Coventry teenager will always remember his first EFL goal - an audacious flick beyond the Magpies' stopper.
🙊— Sky Bet League Two (@SkyBetLeagueTwo) April 9, 2018
An outrageous first #EFL goal for @_JordanP38.@SkyBetLeagueTwo Goal of the Weekend goes to the @Coventry_City teenager. #GOTW pic.twitter.com/Tt50SSR1ro