Bournemouth winger Arnaut Danjuma is the winner of the Sky Bet Championship goal in April, receiving 43% of the public’s vote.
Not content with dancing along the sideline, sliding the ball past two defenders and then slicing in the field, the Dutchman cut a perfectly slapped shot against his direction of travel.
Danjuma said: “I am delighted to win this award and I want to thank everyone who voted for me.
“It was an important goal because it helped us pick up three big points against a great team from Norwich. When I cut inside I wasn’t sure if I should have shot earlier, but I took a second touch and hit with it. my shoelaces and it flew to the top corner.
“It was a great game and a great win for us. We went to Norwich with a mission – to win the game – and I’m delighted to be able to help us achieve it. It was a big step forward in helping us achieve it. our place. in the Play-Offs. “
Danjuma beat the competition of Tom Lawrence of Derby County and Rob Dickie of Queens Park Rangers.
Sky Bet League One winner: Sullay Kaikai – Sunderland vs BLACKPOOL – April 27
Blackpool winger Sullay Kaikai is the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month winner for April, receiving 44% of the public’s vote.
Even in slow motion, Kaikai’s amazing winner is a blur. It’s not like the ball is slowly coming towards him. The smoothness of the strike instantly turned heads in the Sunderland area.
Kaikai said: “It’s a great personal achievement to win an award and I’m really happy that my goal against Sunderland did.
“I was lucky that day because I’m normally on the left side, but this time I was on the right and it favored my right foot. Once the ball was out I had just one thing. in the lead – and it was to hit him!
“I think it is definitely the best goal I have scored in my career so far.”
Kaikai beat the competition of Joe Powell of Burton Albion and Callum Elder of Hull City.
Winner of Sky Bet League Two: Tom Conlon – Barrow vs PORT VALE – April 20
Port Vale midfielder Tom Conlon is the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month winner for April, receiving 47% of the public’s vote.
When Barrow goalkeeper Joel Dixon threw a goal kick, the last thing he expected was Conlon grab his chance to throw a daringly looping volley at him from the center line.
Conlon beat the competition of Callum Wright of Cheltenham Town and Emmanuel Osadebe of Walsall.