Manuel Lanzini’s last-minute stunner against Spurs leads the field in Premier League GOTS award

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Manuel Lanzini’s last minute stunner for West Ham against Tottenham and Erik Lamela’s superb rabona goal in the North London derby lead the field in the Premier League Goal of the Season competition – and you can vote for your winner now!

  • Fans have until 6pm (BST) on Thursday to vote for their goal of the season
  • Manuel Lanzini’s late lightning strike against Tottenham is a key contender
  • Manchester United duo Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani are both on the list
  • Liverpool’s Mo Salah and Leicester’s James Maddison are also included

Manuel Lanzini’s latest attempt against Tottenham for West Ham and Erik Lamela’s sumptuous rabona for the North London derby are among the nine nominees for the Premier League goal of the season.

Supporters have until 6pm (BST) on Thursday to vote for their favorite strike of the season, which also includes Mo Salah, Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani.

Leicester’s James Maddison, Fulham defender Ola Aina, ex-West Ham forward Sebastian Haller and hired Hammers forward Jesse Lingard round out the nine-man shortlist.

Manuel Lanzini’s lightning bolt is one of nine goals for Premier League Goal of the Season

Erik Lamela's inspired rabona goal for Tottenham against Arsenal is also included in the field

Erik Lamela’s inspired rabona goal for Tottenham against Arsenal is also included in the field

The nine-man shortlist for the Premier League Goal of the Season competition

The nine-man shortlist for the Premier League Goal of the Season competition

Maddison’s goal was a long-range curler in the Foxes’ 5-2 win over Manchester City in the third week of the season, when the playmaker sent the ball flying perfectly into the corner behind Ederson.

Still, Lanzini’s goal becomes arguably the most dramatic of all nine shortlisted.

David Moyes’ West Ham side trailed 3-0 against the Spurs before coming back roaring and Lanzini’s first attempt from 30 yards sealed a memorable draw for the visitors in the closing moments of the game, leading to cheering celebrations from Moyes and the Hammer’s bank.

Next on the roll is Aina’s goal against West Brom in November – a razor-sharp left-footed finish in the top corner in a 2-0 win over Craven Cottage.

Haller’s goal was a stunning overhead kick in a 1-1 draw at London Stadium in December against Crystal Palace, although the attacker would move to Ajax a month later in the January transfer window.

Mo Salah's nimble touch and finish for Liverpool against West Ham in January is shortlisted

Mo Salah’s nimble touch and finish for Liverpool against West Ham in January is shortlisted

Edinson Cavani's goal against Fulham over 40 yards last month includes the final goal

Edinson Cavani’s goal against Fulham over 40 yards last month includes the final goal

Next up is a goal against the Hammers, with Mo Salah’s deft touch and finish on the road – after a quick counter-attack involving Trent Alexander-Arnold and Xherdan Shaqiri – on the list.

Bruno Fernandes’ curler from outside the box, in what turned out to be a frustrating 3-3 draw against Everton for Manchester United, is the sixth goal, while Lamela’s inspired rabona is the seventh for Spurs against Arsenal in the Emirates.

The last two goals come from players under contract with Manchester United: Jesse Lingard’s run and finish on the counterattack for West Ham during his successful loan spell against Wolves, while Edinson Cavani’s 40-yard lob at Fulham keeper Alphonse Areola scored the final goal. the shortlist is .

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