Voting is now open for Chelsea’s October Goal of the Month award, with six eye-catching strikes from across our men’s, women’s and Academy sides to choose from!
There are two entries from Timo Werner courtesy of our 3-3 draw with Southampton, with Kai Havertz's goal from that day also in the frame, while Hakim Ziyech is also in the running after opening his Chelsea account last month against Burnley.
Sam Kerr’s strike against Manchester City Women is included in the vote, with an acrobatic effort from Academy striker Jude Soonsup-Bell completing 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 1: Timo Werner v Southampton (H)
A lovely turn saw Werner sprint past his marker before driving at the Saints goal en route to opening his Premier League account for the Blues. While the box was crowded, the German stayed calm before lashing the ball home to open the scoring.
Option 2: Timo Werner v Southampton (H)
If you thought his first was good, he second was equally impressive! Our No11 latched onto a forward pass from Jorginho, holding off a Saints defender before dinking the ball over goalkeeper Alex McCarthy and nodding home from close range.
Option 3: Kai Havertz v Southampton (H)
Another summer signing was on target against the Saints, with Havertz finishing off a wonderful Chelsea move with a neat close-range finish. Pulisic and Werner linked up well down the right before the latter teed up his fellow German to score.
Option 4: Sam Kerr v Man City (H)
A similar goal to Havertz’s, as the Australian swept home from close range to finish off a fine, flowing Chelsea move at Kingsmeadow. Ji So-Yun sent Kirby scampering down the right who picked our her strike partner to net.
Option 5: Jude Soonsup-Bell v Norwich (H) Pick that one out! After Norwich could only half-clear a Chelsea corner, the ball fell to the edge of the box where our Academy striker showed great athleticism to find the corner with an overhead kick against the Canaries.
Option 6: Hakim Ziyech v Burnley (A)
A first away goal makes the list, with Ziyech on target against the Clarets just days after netting his first in Chelsea blue against Krasnodar in the Champions League. The Moroccan was teed up by Tammy Abraham before hitting an instinctive left-footed strike beyond Pope and into the net.