VOTING for March’s Goal of the Month is now open.  Read the reports below and vote for your favourite. 

One fan who voted for the winning goal will win the chance to recreate the goal at Auchenhowie with the player himself.

Last month one lucky fan got the chance to recreate February’s goal of the Month with Jamie Murphy.

Goal A – Cummings 1st vs Falkirk

Jason Cummings grabbed a hat-trick against Falkirk in the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup, with his 1st goal coming in the 15th minute of the game. Daniel Candeias slipped a neat ball into Cummings path on the corner of the 18-yard box before the on-loan striker made his way to the by-line before somehow scoring from the tightest of angles into the far corner.


Goal B – Cummings 2nd vs Falkirk

Setting the Gers well on their way to the Scottish Cup semis, Cummings grabbed his second of the match with a tidy finish.  The ball made its way to Andy Halliday who put a low cross into the box; Cummings took a wonderful first touch away from 2 defenders before toe poking the ball into the bottom right corner.


Goal C – Windass vs Celtic

In the opening minutes of a pulsating Old Firm match, Josh Windass robbed Celtic’s Dedryck Boyata of the ball on the half way line and burst forward down the right-hand side.  Windass powered into the box before putting the ball high into the net past Celtic’s Scott Bain.


Goal D – Murphy vs Motherwell

With Rangers trailing 2-1 to Motherwell at Fir Park, Jamie Murphy picked up an Alfredo Morelos pass on the left-hand side and, as he does so well, cut inside a couple of defenders to set up a shot from the edge of the box.  His low strike proved too much for Trevor Carson in the Motherwell goal and Murphy drew his current team level against his former club.

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED – The winner will be announced shortly.

The vote closes at 11.59 (GMT) on Thursday 5 April and the winner will be announced on Friday 6 April.

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