Vote for the best goal of the FFA Cup 2019 Round of 32
The FFA Cup 2019 Round of 32 dished up incredible upsets, edge-of-your-seat thrillers and no fewer than 66 goals across the 16 matches.
From flowing team moves, to long-range screamers and individual brilliance, we saw an unforgettable catalogue of cracking goals over the three match days.
It makes for a difficult task to pick the best goals from this year’s Round of 32.
Check out our 10 nominations in the video at the top of the page and then vote in our poll below to tell us your favourite!
Toufic Alameddine (Mount Druitt Town Rangers)
The fleet-footed attacker showed all his skill and power in this individual goal against Manly United.
Dribbling inside from the left, Alameddine beat three defenders before drilling a shot into the far corner of the net.
Adam Cawley (Edgeworth Eagles)
Cawley lit-up the second-half against Darwin Olympic with the match-sealer, a thunderous strike from more than 25 metres out.
It wasn’t just the accuracy of Cawley’s strike that caught the eye, but it had plenty of venom as it flew past the keeper before he had a genuine chance to save it.
Fausto Erba (Adelaide Olympic)
This goal won’t only be remembered for the stunning technique displayed by the Olympic attacker which gave his side the lead.
In celebrating his incredible goal, Erba removed his shirt and was given a yellow card, which was his second of the night and ended with him being sent off.
Dean Evans (Floreat Athena)
Is there anything better than a sweetly-hit free-kick?
While it didn’t get his team the result, Floreat skipper Dean Evans produced one for the highlights reel that the Adelaide Olympic keeper could only watch in admiration as it flew into the net.
Aden Gardner (Edgeworth Eagles)
This goal was all about precision. Receiving the ball just outside Darwin Olympic’s box, there seemed little danger to the home side’s goal.
But Gardner showed great awareness to spot the keeper slightly off his line before producing an inch-perfect chip to double his side’s lead in the Top End.
Andrew Nabbout (Melbourne Victory)
Coming up against his former club Newcastle Jets for the first time, it didn’t take Nabbout long to show what they are missing out on.
Capitalising on superb lead-up work by Elvis Kamsoba, Nabbout took one touch to settle before crashing a shot in off the underside of the crossbar.
Craig Noone (Melbourne City)
Talk about announcing yourself to your new club!
Playing his first competitive game for City, Noone showed just why he’s being touted as a potential superstar in the Hyundai A-League in 2019/20 with a powerful, swerving strike in the win over Campbelltown City.
Dimitri Petratos (Newcastle Jets)
There’s arguably no better exponent of a long-distance howitzer than Jets whiz Petratos.
And the three-cap Caltex Socceroo added another stunner to his already impressive catalogue to inspire his side’s come-from-behind win over Melbourne Victory.
Tremayne Sadler (Moreland Zebras)
This goal had a bit of everything. Surging run from midfield before a neat turn to beat his defender.
Sadler then hit an unstoppable, dipping effort with his left foot which the keeper could only watch as it sailed over his head and into the net.
Kyren Walters (Magpies Crusaders)
Reacting quickest to a long ball over the top of the defence, Walters was faced with an inviting bounce just inside the Coomera Colts box.
And it was an invitation he couldn’t pass up, lashing a sublime volley that would still be travelling if it wasn’t stopped by the back of the net.
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