Vote for the best goal of the FFA Cup 2019 Semi Finals
As we get down to the business end of the FFA Cup 2019, the quality of the goals scored has certainly not diminished.
There was nine goals in the FFA Cup 2019 Semi Finals and we’ve come up with the best five that are in the running to be the best of this year’s competition.
First, we need your help picking the best goal from the thrilling Semi Final action.
Watch all five 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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Andy Pengelly - Brisbane Strikers
The prolific NPL striker gave his club a dream start, firing the Strikers into a lead inside three minutes.
Given too much room just outside the box, Pengelly wasn’t going to pass up the invitation to shoot and his effort seemed to wrong-foot City keeper Dean Bouzanis and to sneak in.
Connor Metcalfe - Melbourne City
What a way for Metcalfe to mark his first senior competitive goal for City.
After Jamie Maclaren robbed Scott Halliday of possession inside the Strikers’ half he raced forward and put the ball into the path of the youngster, whose perfect low drive nestled in the corner of the net.
Scott Galloway - Melbourne City
The industrious defender doesn’t score many goals but when he does they are often crackers.
And that was the case with the final goal of the night against the Strikers, Galloway hitting a vicious swerving strike that was hit too sweetly for keeper Bon Scott to keep out.
George Blackwood - Adelaide United
It was the Australian youth international that provided the finish but Reds substitute Nikola Mileusnic deserves much of the credit.
He produced a barnstorming run into the box past a couple of tired defenders before cutting the ball back to Blackwood who took one touch before firing past Mark Birighitti.
Riley McGree - Adelaide United
Just when it looked like the match was heading to extra time, McGree delivered the killer blow.
Kristian Opseth's sumptious flick was perfect into the stride of McGree who surged into the box and buried a powerful strike past the keeper at his near post.