Vote for the best goal of the FFA Cup 2019 Round of 16
FFA Cup fans were treated to some breathtaking goals in the Round of 16, with 35 scored across the eight matches.
And we saw a little bit of everything from long-distance thunderbolts, individual crackers and even a ‘worldie’ from a 42-year-old former Hyundai A-League star.
But now we need you to decide which was the best from this year’s Round of 16.
Watch all 7 nominations in the video at the top of the page and then vote in the form below to tell us your favourite!
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Liam Cannell – Moreland Zebras
The team from Victoria’s NPL2 cruised into the last eight with a 4-0 win over Magpies Crusaders, with Cannell’s goal the best of the bunch.
He played a clever one-two with a teammate on the edge of the box before letting fly with a first-time strike that nestled in the bottom corner of the net.
Martin Fernandez – Marconi Stallions
His side may have been on the wrong end of the result but Fernandez provided an unforgettable highlight in the 2-1 defeat to Melbourne City.
Picking up possession just outside the box, Fernandez dribbled past one defender before executing a precise chip over the 'keeper and into the top corner.
Nick Fitzgerald – Newcastle Jets
The Jets’ new recruit started and finished the move that lead to this goal in the 5-1 win over Edgeworth.
Fitzgerald picked up possession the left and after finding Matt Millar, he continued his run into the box and eventually got on the end of Wes Hoolahan’s incisive pass before producing a cool finish.
Mamadi Kamara – Adelaide Olympic
Kamari did it all himself in this amazing individual goal in his side’s 3-1 defeat to Hume City.
The Olympic livewire took the ball from the halfway and drove all the way into Hume’s box, beating three defenders and then squeezing the ball past the keeper.
Perhaps the only thing better than the goal was his acrobatic celebration.
Radoslaw Majewski – Western Sydney Wanderers
The Wanderers look to have a gem in Polish playmaker Radoslaw Majewski.
The former Nottingham Forest attacker capped a memorable display against Sydney United 58 with a screamer from distance at Campbelltown Stadium.
Daniel McBreen – Edgeworth Eagles
If the clash against the Newcastle Jets is to signal the end of McBreen’s illustrious career, what a way to go out!
Despite carrying a calf injury into the match, the 42-year-old swooped on a loose ball 35 metres from goal and hit a thunderbolt which finished in the top corner of the net.
Craig Noone - Melbourne City
He’s only played two competitive games for the club but the Englishman is already forging a reputation for scoring long-range belters.
Like he did in the Round of 32, Noone’s trusty left foot produced a sweet strike which proved to be the winner against NSW NPL side Marconi Stallions.