Blackburn striker Ben Brereton Diaz is the Sky Guess Championship Aim of the Month winner for October.
Blackburn’s assault seemed to be really fizzling out when the ball ran out of the Sunderland field. Not so. Brereton Diaz adopted it and immediately drove it with tempo and precision into the far nook.
Brereton Diaz stated: “It is sensible. It is the primary award in my profession for a aim, so I am very comfortable about that. It was a particular second and it was an ideal aim with my left foot, which I do not rating many with.
“When the ball got here to me I simply thought ‘why not’. You simply hope that it goes heading in the right direction. I concentrated a bit extra with it being on my left foot. I caught it properly, it was an excellent shot and I used to be actually comfortable to see it go in.
“We gained the sport as effectively, so it was an ideal second for me and an ideal second for the workforce. The aim and the second was particular, so it is positively up there for one among my greatest objectives.
“When it is a dwell Sky recreation, you realize that everybody is watching and also you need to placed on an excellent efficiency, and I believed we did that night time to get an excellent end result, which was an important factor.”
Sky Guess League One winner: Barry Bannan – SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY v Cheltenham City – October 8
Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan is the Sky Guess League One Aim of the Month winner for October.
Even when Cheltenham keeper Luke Southwood felt he was effectively positioned as Bannan drew again his foot 25 yards from aim, the pressure, accuracy and late dip of the Scot’s shot left him helpless.
Bannan stated: “I am actually comfortable to win this award. I am simply comfortable that I am scoring objectives and serving to the workforce and hopefully there’s extra accolades to come back. It is at all times good to get recognition as a result of it means you are doing one thing proper, so I am very grateful.”
Bannan beat off competitors from Ipswich City’s Kyle Edwards, Bristol Rovers’ Aaron Collins and Plymouth Argyle’s Bali Mumba.
Sky Guess League Two winner: Doncaster Rovers v LEYTON ORIENT – October 8
Leyton Orient striker Paul Smyth is the Sky Guess League Two Aim of the Month winner for October.
There was gymnastic aptitude and suppleness in each Smyth’s acrobatic contortion of his physique to volley dwelling at head peak along with his again to aim and within the somersaulting celebration that adopted.
Smyth stated: “I feel that’s the greatest aim I’ve ever scored, so it is nice to win the month-to-month award to recollect it by.
“I noticed the chance and are available brief to get it, and Rob Hunt had discovered me. I took a contact which put it up within the air and I believed, why not?”
“It has been an excellent season each personally and for the workforce. We all know there’s nonetheless an extended technique to go, so while month-to-month awards like this are nice, we’re all centered on the large one as a workforce on the finish of the season.”