The Hyundai A-League season returned impressively last month with plenty of memorable moments in the opening two rounds.
Headlining the highlights were several fine strikes, and we are asking you to choose the best!
Watch each of the contenders for October's Goal of the Month then cast your vote at the bottom of the page.
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Scott Galloway (Adelaide United)
Round 1 v Sydney FC
The new season started in stellar style thanks to Scott Galloway's delightful long-distance chip of an unsuspecting Andrew Redmayne.
Riley McGree (Melbourne City)
Round 1 v Melbourne Victory
Off the bench and straight into the action, Riley McGree scored with his first touch to cap off a flowing a team move.
Dimitri Petratos (Newcastle Jets)
Round 1 v Wellington Phoenix
Newcastle Jets suffered defeat in their season opener, but there was a silver lining in Dimitri Petratos' rasping first-time finish at the end of a lightning counter-attack.
Connor Pain (Central Coast Mariners)
Round 1 v Brisbane Roar
An in-form Connor Pain helped Central Coast Mariners to a point at Suncorp Stadium with a solo run and handy left-footed finish.
Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United)
Round 2 v Newcastle Jets
Craig Goodwin has shown he can do it all in the early part of the campaign, his perfectly judged header from Michael Marrone's cross in Round 2 just another example of the winger's scoring prowess.
Terry Antonis (Melbourne Victory)
Round 2 v Perth Glory
Terry Antonis has been in good scoring touch to date, locating his radar against Perth Glory with a low drive in off the post off his unfavoured left foot.