Voting is now open for Chelsea’s December Goal of the Month award, with five eye-catching strikes from across our men’s, women’s and Academy sides to choose from!
Olivier Giroud takes centre stage with two headed entries, his third goal against Sevilla in the Champions League and his near-post finish to open the scoring against Aston Villa, while Christian Pulisic’s goal against Leeds is also in the running.
Sam Kerr’s cool finish against Benfica Women is included in the vote, while a fine strike from Academy striker Jude Soonsup-Bell completes the set for you to choose from.
To refresh your memory, or relive any goals you may have missed, watch the video below and then make your selection in our poll further down the page.
Option one: Olivier Giroud v Sevilla (A)
The French striker completed a perfect hat-trick by powering home a header from an N’Golo Kante cross to ensure we qualified for the knockout stage of the Champions League in style. Oli wasn’t finished there, either, as the French striker added a fourth to make it a memorable night in Andalusia.
Option two: Christian Pulisic v Leeds (H)
A wonderful team goal was finished off by Pulisic to seal a 3-1 victory at Stamford Bridge. Reece James and Mateo Kovacic were both involved before Timo Werner raced clear before squaring for our American forward to slide the ball home from close range.
Option three: Sam Kerr v Benfica Women (H)
There was only going to be one outcome when the Australian was sent through on goal by Guro Reiten, with Kerr keeping her head to slot home at Kingsmeadow.
Option four: Jude Soonsup-Bell v Manchester United (H)
The lively striker marked his first PL2 start in style by getting the young Blues off to a flier against Man United at Kingsmeadow. Soonsup-Bell tricked his way past his marker before rifling the ball into the far corner from just inside the area.
Option five: Olivier Giroud v Aston Villa (H)
A second entry from Giroud and it’s another header that makes the list. A lovely flowing move from the Blues ends with the Frenchman arrowing Chilwell’s cross into the bottom corner to open the scoring against Villa at the Bridge.