Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke is the Sky Wager Championship Aim of the Month winner for December, receiving 41 per cent of the general public vote.
His objective in opposition to Fulham on December three was six seconds of straightforward, but stunning poetry firstly of the second half. Solanke sprinted ahead and between defenders to latch onto an ideal chip and drive dwelling a rising shot.
Solanke stated: ‘We might labored arduous on that kick-off routine the week earlier than the sport so for it to come back off the best way it did was sensible, and to attain like that in such an enormous sport was an added bonus.
“I am actually happy to have gained this award and I might prefer to say an enormous thanks to everybody who voted for the objective on Twitter.’
Lead Sky Wager EFL Aim of the Month decide and Sky Sports activities Pundit Don Goodman stated: “This wasn’t simply Dominic Solanke’s objective, it was a superb piece of planning and execution from the Bournemouth teaching staff in addition to the gamers on the pitch.
“It broke the impasse in a good sport. Each participant understood his function and Solanke timed his run to perfection. His management was spot-on whereas the end was emphatic.”
Solanke beat off competitors from Birmingham Metropolis’s Troy Deeney and Huddersfield City’s Sorba Thomas.
Sky Wager League One winner: Adebayo Akinfenwa – WYCOMBE WANDERERS vs AFC Wimbledon – December 11
Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa is the Sky Wager League One Aim of the Month winner for December, receiving 73 per cent of the general public vote.
Solely ‘The Beast’ may have scored this. Utilizing his power to carry off a defender, Akinfenwa chested the ball into area, ignored a sly tug and executed an outrageously conceived lob.
Akinfenwa stated: “I must shout out [Wycombe ‘keeper] David Stockdale as a result of he and I’ve an understanding and he is aware of if he can ship the ball in my route then I’ll again myself in opposition to any defender.
“It was an amazing ball into me and I used to be simply pleased to win my battle and see the ball sit up properly for me to hit. I made a superb connection and I knew it was in straightaway.
“It was good that it was in entrance of our personal followers within the terrace and ideally I might have cherished if it was the successful objective, nevertheless it bought us again on stage phrases which was essential.
“Because of everybody who voted for me and to Sky Wager for the trophy. My youngsters cannot consider I really scored a objective from exterior the world, however now I’ve the trophy to remind them.”
Lead Sky Wager EFL Aim of the Month decide and Sky Sports activities Pundit Don Goodman stated: “No participant in English soccer can match Adebayo Akinfenwa’s power and talent to take the ball down below strain.
“Usually he brings his team-mates into play, however this was all him. Not solely did he have the imaginative and prescient to lob the Wimbledon ‘keeper, he additionally had the ability and nerve to do it whereas he was off-balance.”
Akinfenwa beat off competitors from Lincoln Metropolis’s Teddy Bishop and Shrewsbury City’s Daniel Udoh.
Sky Wager League Two winner: Davis Keillor-Dunn – OLDHAM ATHLETIC vs Forest Inexperienced Rovers – December 11
Oldham Athletic midfielder Davis Keillor-Dunn is the Sky Wager League Two Aim of the Month winner for December, receiving 44 per cent of the general public vote.
The primary objective of 10 in a 5-5 draw was additionally the most effective. There was nothing difficult about Keillor-Dunn’s intentions, however his 30-yarder was true, arrowhead straight and completely positioned.
Keillor-Dunn stated: “Clearly I am delighted to win the award however extra importantly I must take the momentum from this into our upcoming video games to get us transferring up the league which is the primary intention for me.
“On the objective, I simply picked the ball up simply inside their half and began to drive with it. Nobody from the opposition actually put lots of strain on me and I did not have lots of choices, so after that, I heard a number of of the lads – and naturally, the gang – scream: ‘Shoot!’
After that, there was just one factor on my thoughts.”
Lead Sky Wager EFL Aim of the Month decide and Sky Sports activities Pundit Don Goodman stated: “An epic sport deserves an epic objective. Davis Keilor-Dunn is constructing a status in League Two for long-range strikes, however whereas ‘keepers would possibly know what’s coming, stopping them when they’re struck this sweetly is one other matter altogether.
“The ball did not deviate from its trajectory for one second and was completely positioned proper within the nook.”
Keillor-Dunn beat off competitors from Newport County’s Finn Azaz and Sutton United’s David Ajiboye.