What was your Town Goal of the Month for November?
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You can vote for Huddersfield Town’s November 2019 Goal of the Month!
We have selected eight goals from November from Town’s First Team and Academy Teams, and you can vote for your favourite via our poll on SurveyMonkey.
Here’s a reminder of all the goals!
Goal A – Scott High vs Salford City (Under-19s)
After coming on at half-time, Scott High had an instant impact for Town’s Under-19 side. He received the ball 25-yards from goal and unleashed an exceptional strike that rocketed into the top right corner of the net.
Goal B – Karlan Grant vs Brentford
Karlan Grant scored the only goal of the game at Griffin Park. The striker received the ball from Fraizer Campbell before stepping inside onto his favoured right foot and firing a piledriver across Raya and into the far corner in front of the travelling supporters.
Goal C – Kian Harratt vs Blackpool (Under-19s)
Matty Daly displayed tenacity to win possession in the final third of the pitch before evading several challenges, driving into the area and squaring the ball to Harratt who tapped in from an unmissable range.
Goal D – Fraizer Campbell vs Birmingham City
An inch-perfect pass from Trevoh Chalobah found Fraizer Campbell’s run in-behind the defence. The striker then made no mistake one-on-one, expertly lifting the ball over then on-rushing goalkeeper.
Goal E – Will McCamley vs Rotherham (Under-19s)
A well-worked short corner made its way to McCamley on the edge of the area and he made no mistake in picking out the top corner with an exquisite curling strike.
Goal F – Karlan Grant vs Bristol City
Bacuna collected the ball and expertly picked out the run of Grant inside the area. Karlan span impressively to get inside centre-back Ashley Williams before unleashing a deflected shot that beat Bentley to his left.
Goal G – Juninho Bacuna vs Bristol City
Elias Kachunga intelligently laid it off to Juninho Bacuna, who strode onto the ball before unleashing a piledriver past Bentley’s right side from 20 yards.