Voting for the goals of the month from Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two are open until Monday, January 10 at 3:00 pm.
Sky Bet Championship
Dominic Solanke – Fulham vs BOURNEMOUTH – 3rd December
Six seconds of simple but beautiful poetry at the start of the second half. Solanke sprinted forward and between defenders to hook a perfect chip and take home an uphill shot.
Troy Deeney – Millwall vs BIRMINGHAM CITY – December 4th
Playing in the colors of Brazil clearly inspired Deeney as he dragged the ball for the one-two with Scott Hogan, then turned around and used his instep to lift a jaw-dropping shot into the crossbar.
Rowan Thomas – HUDDERSFIELD TOWN vs Blackpool – 26th December
Hugging the sideline as he picked up the ball, Thomas took the direct route to the six-yard area and let the ball travel courtesy of a couple of neat braces before a smart shot.
Sky Bet League One
Adebayo Akinfenwa – WYCOMBE WANDERERS vs AFC Wimbledon – 11th December
Only “The Beast” could have scored this. Using his strength to keep a defender at bay, Akinfenwa threw the ball into space, ignored a cunning yank and executed an outrageous lob.
Teddy Bishop – Cheltenham Town vs LINCOLN CITY – 11th December
If Lincoln’s set piece routine had been planned, no one could have predicted how Bishop deftly pushed his right foot into the ball and directed a side stab into the topmost corner.
Daniel Udoh – Fleetwood Town vs SHREWSBURY TOWN – December 26th
A goal of two contrasting elements. Josh Vela’s stubborn tenacity in overcoming three tackles in midfield was a precursor to Udoh’s relentless shot at corner posts.
Sky Bet League Two
David Ajiboye – Newport County vs SUTTON UNITED – December 7th
No danger appeared as Ajiboye picked up a pass on the sideline. That was until he slalomed his way through four Newport defenders at a breakneck pace and scored at home.
Davis Keilor-Dunn – OLDHAM ATHLETIC vs Forest Green Rovers – December 11th
The first 10 goal of the match was also the best. There was nothing complicated about Keilor-Dunn’s intentions, but his 30 yard was true, straight arrowhead and perfectly positioned.
Finn Ie – NEWPORT COUNTY vs Port Vale – 11th December
With two defenders converging on him, Azaz took three touches in one graceful move. Skillful chest control dropped the ball onto the shoe for a gentle touch to set up a sweet volley.