Vote for the best goal of the FFA Cup 2019 Quarter Finals

As eight teams from across the country battled it out in the FFA Cup 2019 Quarter Finals, three goals stood out among the rest as the best of the round.

There were precise curlers, athletic flicks and top-shelf skill on show in our three-goal shortlist, and we need your help to pick the best of the bunch.

Watch all three nominations in the video at the top of the page and then vote in the form below to tell us your favourite!

And by voting, you could win a Hyundai A-League Grand Final 2020 experience! Click here for the terms and conditions.

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Jakob Williams – Moreland Zebras

Trailing Brisbane Strikers 3-1 with ten minutes to play, Moreland Zebras needed a miracle.

And it seemed as though the stars were aligning for the NPL VIC 2 side when Jakob Williams stepped forward to curl a tidy finish into the far right corner of the Strikers net.

Taking one touch on his left, the ball bounced once to his right and Williams struck a sweet half-volleyed curler off his instep which sailed past Strikers goalkeeper Bon Scott and into the bottom corner.

Jamie Maclaren – Melbourne City

It seemed as though a cross from Scott Galloway to Jamie Maclaren at the near post was slightly overcooked, but Maclaren wasn’t willing to let the chance slip by against Western Sydney Wanderers.

With the ball whizzing past his body Maclaren adjusted his right boot and connected on the volley, flicking the ball behind his back and into the net with a karate-like flying kick which put City two goals ahead in style.

Craig Noone – Melbourne City

Not to be outdone by Maclaren was new City signing Craig Noone who scored his second of their 3-0 defeat of Wanderers late in the game, and what a sumptuous finish it was.

Connecting with a long ball from Josh Brillante, Noone gathered on the left-corner of the Wanderers box and shaped up against Tate Russell.

Feinting to shift the ball right with a step-over Noone then committed to the cut inside, and while falling to the floor Noone carved a curling effort on goal which swung past Daniel Lopar, nicked off the right-hand goalpost and dropped into the net.