George Boyd scored a brilliant goal for Peterborough United in the 3-1 win over Huddersfield on Tuesday night (23 October).
But was it the best goal ever scored by a Posh player?
Alan Swann asked for your nominations on Twitter @PTAlanSwann and here they are - cast your vote on the right:
1) Andy Clarke v Brighton in an FA Cup tie at London Road in 1994.
A 30-yard volley that flew over the Brighton ‘keeper.
2) George Boyd v Boston in a League Two match at London Road in 2007
A 25 yard volley which whistled into the roof of the net.
3) David Farrell in a League Two play-off semi-final at London Road in 2000
A perfect long-range lob over an advancing ‘keeper
4) Craig Mackail Smith v Bristol Rovers in League One match at London Road in 2008
A terrific dribble and neat finish to complete a hat-trick in a 5-4 win shown live on television.
5) Andy Clarke v Brentford in a Second Division game at London Road in 2002.
Clarke races clear of the Bees defence, goes round the ‘keeper and then bends down on his hands and knees to nod the ball over the line.
6) Steve Thomson v Swindon in a Division Two match at London Road in 2004
A lob from the edge of the centre circle into an empty net. Cool last-minute finish.
7) Aaron Mclean v Stockport in an away match in League Two in 2007.
He collected a short throw, swivelled and smashed the ball into the roof of net from 30 yards and close to the touchline.
8) Emile Sinclair v Coventry at the Ricoh Arena in the Championship in 2012
Two minutes in and Sinclair launches a screamer into the Coventry net from 25 yards.
9) George Berry v Blackpool at London Road in Division Four in 1991.
A sizzling strike from the edge of the penalty are in the first few minutes
10) Shaun Batt v Swindon in League One at the County Ground in 2008
Batt chested a long ball down and let fly with a first time volley from the corner of the penalty area
11) George Boyd v Huddersfield at London Road in the Championship in 2012.
A 50 yard volley from the edge of the centre circle. Simply stunning.
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