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USL Championship Fans’ Choice Goal of the Month – June

By Staff, 07/08/21, 4:00PM EDT


The past month brought a landmark and some top-shelf tallies across the league, which one gets your vote?

The USL Championship not only passed the landmark of 10,000 regular-season goals in its history in the month of June, it also saw the league’s clubs rack up more than 225 goals in a thrilling month of action across the league. Now the past month’s four Goal of the Week winners have all advanced to June’s Fans’ Choice Goal of the Month contest, and our friends at FotMob have picked out their favorite finish from June to round out the top five for you to vote on for the award.

Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Monday, July 12.

USL Championship Fans’ Choice Goal of the Month Finalists – June

Conor McGlynn (HFD) - #HFDvNY, 6/5/21: Conor McGlynn produced the biggest highlight on a night filled with them for Hartford Athletic in a 7-0 win against the New York Red Bulls II and landed at No. 2 on SportsCenter’s Top 10 for this finish from inside his own half at Dillon Stadium.

Alejandro Guido (SD) - #SDvLA, 6/12/21: San Diego native Alejadro Guido produced a beautiful piece of skill to beat the first defender and then moved inside onto his right foot to fire home a shot from 25 yards just inside the left post to start SD Loyal’s comeback to victory.

Austin Yearwood (NM) - #NMvSA, 6/16/21: It took 82 regular-season contests, but Austin Yearwood finally found the net in the USL Championship, and it was a beauty, finding the top-right corner of the net from the top-left edge of the penalty area in New Mexico’s win against San Antonio.

Solomon Asante (PHX) - #SACvPHX, 6/26/21: The reigning league MVP produced another moment of magic from his bag of tricks, with Solomon Asante’s perfectly placed free kick to the top-left corner opening the scoring in Phoenix’s win against Sacramento.

Josh Suggs (NM) - #COSvNM, 6/25/21: A beautifully executed corner kick off the training ground saw Juan Pablo Guzman dummy Andrew Tinari’s pass, allowing Josh Suggs to arrive late and precisely strike first time into the top-left corner of the net from the top of the penalty area.

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