Premier League Announce Goal Of The Month Nominations! (See All Goals)

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The Premier League have announced the goal of the month nominations for December award, MySportDab reports.

Leading the goals nominated for the award is Youri Tielemans stunning opener for Leicester City in their game against Everton on Saturday 5th December, 2022.

Youri Tielemans’s scored from a powerful strike close to the Everton box for Leicester City to opened the scoring for the away side.

Also in the list of goals nominated for the award is Joe Wilock’s goal for Newcastle United against Chelsea on November 12, 2022. Wilock fired a rocket strike from close to score for Eddie Howe’s side.

Another goal in the list is Almiron’s goal against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Monday 26 December, 2022.

Almiron raced through the porous Leicester City before easily poking the ball into the net in front of Leicester’s home fans.

Solly March’s goal for Brighton against Southampton on Monday December 26 is also nominated for the award.

Solly March scored a poweful long ranger from outside the  Southampton box. He curved the ball into the far post beyond the reach of the Southampton goalkeeper.

Eddie Nketiah’s goal for Arsenal on Monday 26 December agianst West Ham is also nominated for the awards.

After receveing a pass inside the West Ham Box, Nketiah brave through West Ham’s defense before easily rolling the ball into the net.

Mohamed Salah’s goal for Liverpool against Aston Villa is also on the list, including Ward-Prowse’s freekick goal for Southampton against Fulham, and Demeri Gray’s goal for Everton against Manchester City.

Watch all goals below


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