The November nominations for the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month award are...
Lewis Cook – BOURNEMOUTH v Reading – 21st November
Pace, swerve, dip at the last moment, Cook’s shot from just outside the area had everything as it screamed right into the very top corner. He knew it, too, judging by his cheeky smile.
Bright Osayi-Samuel – QUEENS PARK RANGERS v Rotherham United – 24th November
A run for the ages as Osayi-Samuel played a one-two, skipped around his marker, danced his way into the area and mesmerised two Rotherham defenders before firing low into the net.
Jed Wallace – MILLWALL v Reading – 25th November
Reading keeper Rafael Cabral knew what was coming, but when a free-kick is struck with the curl, accuracy and raw power that Wallace generated here, prior knowledge has little use.
The November nominations for the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month award are...
Dan Butler – Bristol Rovers v PETERBOROUGH UNITED – 3rd November
As he took a pass near the angle of the penalty area, Butler considered his options. The one he chose was to drive his left foot through the ball and send it arrowing into the far corner.
Conor Grant – PLYMOUTH ARGYLE v Swindon Town – 3rd November
What a way to return from self-isolation after testing positive for Covid-19. On as a substitute, Grant showed that the time off had not dulled his ability to curl home a pinpoint free-kick.
Grant Leadbitter – Doncaster Rovers v SUNDERLAND – 21st November
Most of Leadbitter’s 61 career goals have come from the penalty spot. Has he ever struck a shot as sweetly as this, a stunning piledriver that seemed to speed up on its way to the net?
The November nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month award are...
Danny Rowe – Exeter City v OLDHAM ATHLETIC – 21st November
Rowe’s thunderous free-kick from 35 yards out might still have been rising and travelling now had the netting of the Exeter goal not intervened. Certainly no keeper could have stopped it.
Ash Hunter – SALFORD CITY v Morecambe – 24th November
When the ball was rolled back to him just outside the box, Hunter saw five Morecambe defenders in his way. His solution? Lift a curling shot over them and dip it just under the bar.
Cristian Montano – PORT VALE v Leyton Orient – 28th November
Galloping forward after collected a free-kick played square to him, Montano lengthened his stride, drove towards the Orient area and powered his right-foot shot into the top corner.
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