Emre Can wins Monday Night Football Goal of the Season viewer vote
Last Updated: 15/05/17 10:58pm
Emre Can's overhead kick against Watford was voted Goal of the Season by Monday Night Football viewers - but Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville did not agree with the result.
The Liverpool midfielder's stunning goal, scored on May 1, won our online poll with 35 per cent of the votes - and more than 85,000 were cast on the Sky Sports website.
Can beat Olivier Giroud's scorpion kick for Arsenal against Crystal Palace (20%), Henrikh Mkhitaryan's similar effort for Manchester United against Sunderland (17%) and Andy Carroll's overhead kick for West Ham against Crystal Palace (8%)
However, Carragher insisted Carroll's goal should have won the award: "Emre Can's was a great one, but I think this was better. Carroll is never the most supple of men, so to get himself up high and it's how hard he hit it.
"I don't know why the goalkeeper dived to be honest. There's power, connection and it's right in the top corner. An unbelievable goal."
And Neville says his vote would have gone to Giroud: "I've gone for this one based on two things; the height of the ball - and also he is further out. I was commentating on that game.
"All the other types of goals we've seen before and they are great goals, but it's uniqueness. For me that wins goal of the season."
After hearing the result of the public vote, he added: "It's a great goal, but it's a little unsurprising. If you ever watch X-Factor or those types of programmes it's always somebody from Liverpool who does well because they always vote for their own in droves!
"It's a brilliant goal and it would be wrong of me to dispute it, but I think it's the type of goal we've seen quite a bit of. It isn't for me the best of the season, but how can the public be wrong?"
Hit play on the video at the top of the page to watch the goals. The results of our poll are below...
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