Goal of the Month: February winners

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


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Duncan Watmore – MIDDLESBROUGH v Huddersfield City – 16th February

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

Watmore confirmed off his all-round sporting talent by hurdling one challenge by the touchline, slaloming his manner past one other and then driving the ball intelligently into the underside corner.

Watmore said: “I’m delighted to win the award. I all the time get pleasure from working with the ball. This fell to me properly to provide me the chance, and it got here at time within the recreation 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 general public vote.

Hard, fast and true. Because the ball was laid into his path 25 yards out, Taylor swung his proper foot and arrowed home a shot that was timed so exquisitely, it was nonetheless rising because it struck the net.

Taylor said: “I used to be really happy with the goal, I caught it really sweetly and I used to be delighted to see it discover the top corner. Most significantly it helped us get three points. I wish to thank everybody who took the time to vote for me, it’s 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 general public vote.

As he rolled the ball out from under his feet, Bahamboula was already enthusiastic about his shot. However might he really have visualised such a superbly traced, looping arc over the keeper?

Bahamboula said: “I’d wish to thank everybody who voted for me to win this award particularly the superb Oldham followers.

“It’s a particular moment and a goal I’ll all the time bear in mind. Hopefully I can preserve scoring as a result of I’m having fun with my time in England.”

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


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