Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two Goals of the Month for August vote


Watch the August Admissions for the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League 2 Goal of the Month and vote for your favourite here…

Cauley Woodrow – BARNSLEY vs Charlton – August 17
As Woodrow watched the ball ricocheting towards 11, instinct took over. Snaking his foot out, he drew it delightfully before peacefully sending an unerring shot into the corner.
George Puscas – READING vs Cardiff – August 18
Twelve touches shot the record signing of Reading from just outside his own area, along the touchline, past a guardian.
Jack Marriott – DERBY vs Bristol City – August 20
A goal of simplicity came to him. A deft movie with a pivot his foot and an arrowhead of a finish.
Ben Close – PORTSMOUTH vs Tranmere – August 10
A spectacular fusion of skill and math. Close needed to gauge the flight of a ball as he ran at pace towards it and then timing it to perfection.
Marcus Maddison – MK Dons vs PETERBOROUGH- August 24
Give the football genius that is Marcus Maddison area to turn and take, then odds are you will be punished by him. And just how, with this specific 25-yard hammerhead of the effort.
Niall Ennis – DONCASTER vs Lincoln- August 24
Route One can also be beautiful. Ennis proved as much with two bits to control a ball that was long that was bouncing before letting fly with a climbing left-foot shot which found the top corner.
Ryan Broom – CHELTENHAM vs Scunthorpe- August 10
Broom drifted in from the wing to nick the ball away out of a Scunthorpe protector, then steadied himself and jinked away from the other to curl a flighted shot.
Clayton Donaldson – BRADFORD vs Oldham- August 17
Having time to think with only the keeper to beat will blur the brain sometimes. Not semi-lob which watched the ball dip in off the bar.
Luther James Wildin – STEVENAGE vs Macclesfield- August 31
Every time a free kick was laid straight 35 yards from 17, macclesfield were very happy. Before he stepped forwards to unleash the purest of strikes to the top corner This was.

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