There are two more great Blues strikes for you to choose from today in the third of our Chelsea Goal of the Season quarter-finals.

The winner of the award is being decided by a poll of Blues fans, taking place in a knock-out format, with the eight nominated goals going head-to-head in a series of quarter-finals this week. Yesterday Erin Cuthbert's goal against Manchester City joined Mateo Kovacic's Liverpool volley in the semi-finals, but who will be next to take their place in the last four?

Both of today's nominees are impressive efforts from long range, as we ask you to pick between Sam Kerr's audacious goal against Manchester United and Antonio Rudiger's Brentford thunderbolt.

Kerr's effort was the icing on the cake of Chelsea Women's 4-2 win over United to seal the Women's Super League title on the last day of the season. It was a moment of inspiration as the Australian striker controlled an awkward ball on her chest and caught everyone by surprise by swivelling to loft a shot over the backpedalling goalkeeper and into the back of the net.

Rudiger's shortlisted strike was all about power and precision. The German defender had threatened to score a goal like this on several occasions, but finally found the net from distance against Brentford. Picking the ball up fully 35 yards out, Rudiger unleashed a sweet shot which whistled through the air and in off the inside of the near post.

You can watch those two goals in the videos above before casting your vote for which one makes it to the semi-finals below. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for the last of our Goal of the Season quarter-finals…

Voting closes at 11.59pm UK time on Friday evening.