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Sky Bet Goal of the Month: January nominations

10 February 2020

The January nominations for the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month Awards are as follows...

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Bright Osayi-Samuel – QUEENS PARK RANGERS v Cardiff City – 1st January

With Nakhi Wells facing two defenders, Osayi-Samuel sprinted past to collect a delightfully scooped pass before striking a asping shot from an oblique angle into the roof of the net.

Lewis O’Brien – Barnsley v HUDDERSFIELD TOWN – 11th January

Timing is everything. O’Brien surged forward towards the penalty area just as the ball bounced out to him. Cue a connection so sweet, his shot was still rising as it struck the net.

Adam Armstrong – BLACKBURN ROVERS v Queens Park Rangers – 28th January

As teammates streamed forward to support a Rovers counter-attack, Armstrong doubled back on himself, took a stride to the side and let fly with a pinpoint curler into the far corner.

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Jorge Grant – LINCOLN CITY v Peterborough United – 1st January

What a way to see in the New Year. With the score at 1-1 entering injury-time, Grant stood over a free-kick 25 yards and curled it sumptuously up and over the wall into the top corner.

Lynden Gooch – MK Dons v SUNDERLAND – 18th January

Gooch was running away from goal when he added a slight arc to his path and wrapped his left foot round the ball in a flowing motion that sent it up and over Dons keeper Lee Nicholls.

Lewie Coyle – FLEETWOOD TOWN v Shrewsbury Town – 18th January

The perfect one-two. Coyle played the ball into Ched Evans and continued his run. Evans executed an impudent back-heeled return pass leaving Coyle to sweep home a low finish. 

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Callum Harriott – COLCHESTER UNITED v Macclesfield – 18th January

When Harriott collected the ball, there was nothing on. That was until he accelerated, drove into space and unleashed a wickedly disguised, dipping piledriver into the far top corner.

Wes McDonald – WALSALL v Crawley Town – 18th January

With time running out, Walsall needed a hero. Step forward, McDonald, jinking in from the touchline with the ball tied to his feet to deliver a searing, looping winner in off the crossbar.

Arthur Gnahoua – MACCLESFIELD TOWN v Forest Green Rovers – 25th January

Some goals come once in a career. So it was with Gnahoua’s exquisitely dipping, rapier-like 30-yard volley which followed a clever touch to lift the ball sideways away from a defender.

VOTING IS OPEN FROM 6AM ON MONDAY 10 FEBRUARY ON SKYSPORTS.COM

VOTING CLOSES ON TUESDAY 11 FEBRUARY

ALL WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON FRIDAY 14 FEBRUARY


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