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EFL February Goal of the Month nominations

12 March 2021

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The February nominations for the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month Award are...

Scott Malone – MILLWALL v Sheffield Wednesday – 6th February

Shades of Gazza and Euro 96 as Malone juggled his way in from the wing in a blur past two defenders and then lobbed a third before striking his clinical low volley into the bottom corner.

Duncan Watmore – MIDDLESBROUGH v Huddersfield Town – 16th February

Watmore showed off his all-round sporting talent by hurdling one challenge by the touchline, slaloming his way past another and then driving the ball intelligently into the bottom corner.

Duane Holmes – HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v Swansea City – 20th February

Having just scored and with Huddersfield 3-1 up against high-flying Swansea, Holmes figured it was his day, so why not cut in and let fly with a searing, dipping 20-yarder on the angle?

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The February nominations for the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month Award are...

Connor Ogilvie – Charlton Athletic v GILLINGHAM – 13th February

Is it possible to catch a volley more sweetly? The Gillingham central defender watched a slow looping pass drop onto his left foot and was still just about airborne as the ball flashed home.

James Coppinger – DONCASTER ROVERS v Hull City – 20th February

Not content with designing the Doncaster kit to mark his 17 seasons with Rovers, Coppinger came off the bench to curl a pinpoint free-kick over the wall for a 102nd-minute equaliser.

Jack Taylor – Plymouth Argyle v PETERBOROUGH UNITED – 23rd February

Hard, fast and true. As the ball was laid into his path 25 yards out, Taylor swung his right foot and arrowed home a shot that was timed so exquisitely, it was still rising as it struck the net.

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The February nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month Award are...

Elliot Osborne – Crawley Town v STEVENAGE – 16th February

Osborne showed admirable patience as he jockeyed into position and switched back again to create the space and time he needed to whip an unstoppable curler into the far top corner.

Dylan Bahamboula – Tranmere Rovers v OLDHAM ATHLETIC – 20th February

 As he rolled the ball out from under his feet, Bahamboula was already thinking about his shot. But could he really have visualised such a beautifully traced, looping arc over the keeper?

Nathan Ferguson – Forest Green Rovers v SOUTHEND UNITED – 24th February

Running back towards his own goal, Ferguson won possession by the centre circle. Surely a shot wasn’t on? Not 45 yards out? It was, and how, an absolute screamer into the top corner.

VOTING IS OPEN FROM 10AM FRIDAY 12 MARCH ON

THE OFFICIAL EFL TWITTER ACCOUNTS

VOTING CLOSES ON MONDAY 15 MARCH

ALL WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON FRIDAY 19 MARCH


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