VOTE: Premier League Goal of the Month for March: Harry Kane, Jesse Lingard, Wilfried Zaha?
Last Updated: 30/03/17 11:53pm
Harry Kane, Jesse Lingard, Wilfried Zaha... who gets your vote for March's top Premier League goal?
Watch our selection of eight crackers in the video above then scroll or swipe down to have your say.
Harry Kane - TOTTENHAM 3-2 Everton
Harry Kane scored twice in this action-packed White Hart Lane clash at the start of the month, but it was his opener that caught the eye - a venomous strike from 20 yards that beat Joel Robles at his near post.
Troy Deeney - WATFORD 3-4 Southampton
When Stefano Okaka teed the ball up with his back to goal, Troy Deeney reacted instinctively, shifting his body position to send a side-foot volley into the far corner with just four minutes on the clock. It was Deeney's 105th goal for the Hornets - making him the joint-fourth highest scorer in the club's history - but his team-mates went on to lose a seven-goal thriller.
Wilfried Zaha - West Brom 0-2 CRYSTAL PALACE
Wilfried Zaha broke the deadlock here in ruthless fashion, taking a sublime diagonal ball from Yohan Cabaye down on his chest, before drilling low past Ben Foster. Team-mate Andros Townsend scored a fine goal himself to seal victory - a lung-busting late run that started by his own area - but Zaha's is our pick this time.
Josh King - BOURNEMOUTH 3-2 WEST HAM
Josh King hit a hat-trick in this mid-month encounter and his first was quick-thinking at its finest. Despite missing an early penalty, he showed the wits to hook over marker Jose Fonte, before lashing into the back of the net. King further made amends with a close-range finish and then lashed into the roof of the net in the final minute to steal the points.
Michail Antonio - Bournemouth 3-2 WEST HAM
It might have proved in vain but this was a tidy opener from Michail Antonio, the West Ham man collecting a ball to feet from Sofiane Feghouli, before swivelling in an instant and firing past Darren Randolph.
Jesse Lingard - Middlesbrough 1-3 MAN UTD
Jose Mourinho might have been without suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic and injured Paul Pogba but Jesse Lingard brought the stardust to the Riverside, driving goalwards before unleashing a fierce shot that swerved with the wind and flew into the top corner.
Enner Valencia - EVERTON 4-0 Hull
Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Everton ran Hull ragged but he also set up our pick of the bunch from Goodison Park. The Toffees' top scorer obliged a clever one-two from Valencia, who took the return ball on his chest before lifting beyond Eldin Jakupovic.
Manuel Lanzini - WEST HAM 2-3 Leicester
Leicester held on to claim only their first away win of the season but Hammers fans will still treasure this goal at the London Stadium, a perfectly-placed free-kick that left Kasper Schmeichel rooted.