Free-kicks, outrageous efforts from distance and clever chips - January’s Hyundai A-League action was full of goals.
And now it is time to have your say and help crown the winner of January’s Goal of the Month competition.
Simply watch each of the contenders and then vote for your favourite:
Goal of the Month - January
Alex Brosque (Sydney FC)
Round 11 v Central Coast Mariners
Sky Blues stalwart Brosque had already scored twice before this unforgettable strike, meaning his confidence was sky high.
Brosque took a touch and spied Mariners goalkeeper Ben Kennedy off his line, chipping the shot-stopper from 20 yards and then watching it drop into the net to seal his first Hyundai A-League hat-trick.
Luke Brattan (Melbourne City)
Round 15 v Western Sydney Wanderers
Brattan has made a habit of scoring the outrageous and he had fans at AAMI Park off their seats when he nut-megged Nick Fitzgerald.
And the best was still to come as the midfielder arrowed a long-distance effort into the top-left corner.
Jaushua Sotirio (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Round 15 v Melbourne City
Sotirio’s effort came in the same game - and at the same end - as Brattan’s outstanding individual effort.
Receiving a lay-off from Roly Bonevacia, Sotirio curled a first-time left-foot finish in from the edge of the area with aplomb.
Ola Toivonen (Melbourne Victory)
Round 16 v Sydney FC
The Big Blue is one of the Hyundai A-League’s marquee fixtures and Swedish import Toivonen marked the occasion with an exquisite 20th-minute free-kick.
Toivonen’s effort left Fox Sports commentator Robbie Slater to claim there was “no goalkeeper in the world that would save that”.
Neil Kilkenny (Perth Glory)
Round 16 v Newcastle Jets
Kilkenny’s outstanding season for Hyundai A-League pacesetters Perth Glory continued with a sublime strike against the Jets.
The 33-year-old ran towards the box and produced a dummy that fooled Dimi Petratos before curling in from distance.