Vote for the best goal of the FFA Cup Final 2019

The FFA Cup Final 2019 has been run and won but there’s still one more thing to decide before we look to next year’s competition.

We still need to determine which was the best goal scored in the FFA Cup in 2019.

While the fans have already picked their best from the preliminary rounds, Round of 32, Round of 16, Quarter Finals and Semi Finals, we need to know the pick of the bunch from last week’s Final.

And it’s time for you to vote which one of Adelaide United’s four strikes in the 4-0 win over Melbourne City was the best.

Watch all four 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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Al Hassan Toure – Adelaide United

The classy teenager was sent clear but a precise through-ball by right-back Ryan Strain.

Toure showed great awareness to spot City goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis leave too much space at his near post, arrowing in a low shot to give the Reds the lead.

WATCH: Toure breaks the deadlock

Ben Halloran – Adelaide United

Toure went from scorer to provider, using all his strength to hold off a defender on halfway before sending Riley McGree into space.

McGree summed up the situation perfectly, spotting an unmarked Halloran in the box to roll the ball past Bouzanis.

WATCH: Halloran doubles Adelaide's advantage

Nikola Mileusnic – Adelaide United

McGree was again involved, this time putting the ball out in front of Halloran on the right.

Halloran slid the ball across the face of the goal for Mileusnic to tap in from close range.

WATCH: Mileusnic makes it 3-0 with a tap in

Riley McGree – Adelaide United

Another flowing team move from the Reds, with Kristian Opseth and Mileusnic combining well down the left.

The latter cuts the ball inside to the left boot of McGree who, with his back to goal, fires on the turn and all Bouzanis can do is watch the ball roll into the bottom corner.  

WATCH: McGree ices the cake for the Reds