Daniel Sturridge crushes Chelsea & Man United rivals to win a Premier League award

Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge is a winner

On Sunday night’s episode of Match of the Day on the BBC, viewers were asked to vote on the September goal of the month.

Liverpool fans must have voted in their droves.

In a massive landslide win, Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge won the accolade for his stunning strike against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The match ended 1-1.

Sturridge won an enormous 61% of the votes.

 

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The BBC announced that this was probably the greatest margin of victory in any MOTD Premier League goal of the month competition, ever.

Chelsea & Man United

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard was the runner-up in the voting.

Hazard only attracted 8% of the vote for his his first goal in Chelsea’s recent 4-1 win over Cardiff City.

Hazard went on to score a hat-trick in that match.

Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford finished third after gaining 7% of the vote.

Rashford was rewarded for his goal against West Ham United.

West Ham won that match 3-1.

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