Dominic Solanke of Bournemouth won the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month in December | football news

Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke became the winner of the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month in December, winning 41 percent of the public vote.

His goal against Fulham on December 3 was six seconds of simple but beautiful poetry at the beginning of the second half. Solanke sprinted forward and between the defenders to grab the perfect token and fire home a rising shot.

Solanke said: “We worked hard on this introductory routine a week before the match, so it turned out the way it turned out, and it was an extra bonus to score like this in such a big match.

“I am really pleased to have won this award and would like to thank everyone who voted for the goal on Twitter.”

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Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the month jury and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman said: “It wasn’t just Dominic Solanke’s goal, it was a great piece of planning and execution by both the Bournemouth coaching team and the players on the pitch.

“In a close match, it broke the stalemate. Each player understood his role and Solanke timed his run to perfection. His control was in place while the finish was emphatic.”

Solanke defeated competitors Troy Deeney of Birmingham City and Sorby Thomas of Huddersfield Town.

Sky Bet League One winner: AFC Wimbledon vs Adebayo Akinfenwa – WYCOMBE WANDERERS – December 11

Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa is the winner of the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month in December and received 73 percent of the public vote.

Only ‘The Beast’ could give this. Akinfenwa used his strength to hold back the defender, kicked the ball into space, ignored the cunning jerk, and made a horribly lob.

Akinfenwa said, “I have to shout [Wycombe ‘keeper] David Stockdale, because we understand and know that if he can send the ball in my direction, then he will stand against any defender.

“It was a great ball for me and I was glad I won my battle and saw the ball sit nicely to hit it. I made a good connection and I knew it was now.”

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“It was nice that it was in front of our own fans on the terrace, and ideally I would like it to be a winning goal, but it brought us back to the level, which was important.

“Thank you to everyone who voted for me, and Sky Bet for the trophy. My kids can’t believe I actually scored a goal from another area, but now I have a trophy to remind them.”

Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the month jury and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman said: “No player in English football can match the strength and ability of Adebay Akinfenwa to beat the ball under pressure.

“He often brings his teammates into play, but this is all of him. Not only did he have a vision to turn over Wimbledon goalkeepers, but he also had the skills and nerves to do so when he was out of balance.”

Akinfenwa beat Teddy Bishop of Lincoln City and Daniel Udoh of Shrewsbury Town.

Sky Bet League Two winner: OLDHAM ATHLETIC vs. Davis Keillor-Dunn Forest Green Rovers – December 11

Oldham Athletic midfielder Davis Keillor-Dunn is the winner of two goals of the month Sky Bet League in December, when he won 44 percent of the public vote.

The first goal out of 10 in a 5: 5 draw was also the best. There was nothing complicated about Keillor-Dunn’s intentions, but his 30 yards was true, the arrowhead straight and perfectly positioned.

Keillor-Dunn said: “Of course I’m glad I won the prize, but more importantly, I have to use the momentum in our upcoming matches to move up the league, which is my main goal.”

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“At the goal I picked up the ball right in the middle of them and started to ride it. None of the opponent pushed me too hard and I didn’t have much choice, so then, I heard a few boys – and of course the crowd – shout, ‘Shoot!’

Then I had only one thing in mind. “

Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month Jury and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman said: “The epic game deserves a spectacular goal. Davis Keilor-Dunn is building a reputation in the second league through long-distance shots, but while ‘goalkeepers may know what to come’ Stopping them when they get such a sweet blow is a whole different matter.

“The ball did not deviate from its path for a second and was perfectly placed right in the corner.”

Keillor-Dunn defeated competitors Finn Azaze of Newport County and David Ajiboy of Sutton United.

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