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Goal of the Month: February winners

19 March 2021

The February winners of the Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month Award are...

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Duncan Watmore – MIDDLESBROUGH v Huddersfield Town – 16th February

Middlesbrough striker Duncan Watmore is the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month winner for February, receiving 55% of the public vote.

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.

Watmore said: “I’m delighted to win the award. I always enjoy running with the ball. This fell to me nicely to give me the opportunity, and it came at a good time in the game for us.”

Watmore beat off competition from Huddersfield’s Duane Holmes and Millwall’s Scott Malone.

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

Peterborough midfielder Jack Taylor is the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month winner for February, receiving 46% of the public vote.

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.

Taylor said: “I was really pleased with the goal, I caught it really sweetly and I was delighted to see it find the top corner. Most importantly it helped us get three points. I want to thank everyone who took the time to vote for me, it is really appreciated” 

Taylor beat off competition from Gillingham’s Connor Ogilvie and Doncaster Rover’s James Coppinger.

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

Oldham Atheltic midfielder Dylan Bahamboula is the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month winner for February, receiving 57% of the public vote.

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?

Bahamboula said: “I’d like to thank everyone who voted for me to win this award especially the amazing Oldham fans.

“It’s a special moment and a goal I will always remember. Hopefully I can keep scoring because I’m enjoying my time in England."

Bahamboula beat off competition from Stevenage’s Elliot Osborne and Southend United’s Nathan Ferguson.


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