It's your final chance to vote for your `Goal of the Month` for MarchIt’s your chance to vote for what you believed was Gillingham’s `Goal of the Month` during March.
There are some cracking goals to choose from, seven in total from open play, and below you can read a brief description of how they were scored, with a video containing all of the goals available at the bottom courtesy of our YouTube channel, gfcofficial.
Goal A- Charlie Lee v Bristol City (01.03.14)
The midfielder got on the score sheet, having come on as a second half substitute, when he crashed home a shot inside the box.
After a deep Myles Weston corner was knocked back in by Bayo Akinfenwa, Charlie converted the knock back beyond a helpless Frank Fielding.
The goal drew the Gills level at 1-1 away at Ashton Gate; however the hosts struck late on to secure maximum points.
Goal B- Charlie Lee v Crawley Town (08.03.2014)
Charlie bagged himself another goal against in form Crawley Town in the club’s very next fixture.
The midfielder, having again come on as a sub, was in the right position to convert the ball home after Leon Legge won his aerial battle.
The 88th minute goal grabbed three vital points for the Gills in a game which looked destined to finish goalless.
Goal C- Myles Weston v Coventry City (11.03.2014)
Myles Weston got on the score sheet for the first time this season when Coventry City visited MEMS Priestfield Stadium.
The winger scored a looping header past Joe Murphy after another Leon Legge flick on. Myles placed his header beautifully, with only a small gap to aim for between the keeper and the underside of the crossbar.
Goal D- Jake Hessenthaler (11.03.2014)
A wonder goal by the Gills youngster confirmed the Gills win against the Sky Blues, putting them 4-2 up.
The midfielder retrieved the ball just inside the opposition half following Cody McDonald’s 50/50 challenge on keeper Joe Murphy.
Hessenthaler still had a lot to do despite the keeper being off his line, but he struck a cracking 40-yard shot on the bounce over a retreating Murphy and into the Coventry net via the crossbar.
The goal was Jake’s first ever for the club.
Goal E- Cody McDonald v Bradford City (15.03.2014)
Cody McDonald earned the Gills a point at Bradford with an instinctive finish inside the box.
The striker linked up well with substitute Bayo Akinfenwa, he anticipated a delicate short pass from his forward partner and poked the ball past an oncoming Jon McLaughlin in the Bradford net.
Gills had opportunities to win the game but had to settle for a deserved point at Valley Parade.
Goal F- Amine Linganzi v Crewe (22.03.2014)
The central midfielder scored his first goal for the club when he met an Elliot Hewitt cross at the far post.
Linganzi rose highest among a crowd of Crewe players to head the ball home in what was the Gills only goal of the game.
Gills were level at the break, but the visitors took their chances when they came in the second half to edge closer to safety.
Goal G- Craig Fagan v MK Dons
Craig Fagan got off the mark with his first goal since joining the Gills last November.
Myles Weston did well on the left wing to get past a couple of defenders and catch keeper David Martin off guard with a low left foot drive.
The keeper parried the ball into McDonald’s path and he cleverly back heeled it to an eagerly anticipating Craig Fagan, who side footed the ball into the net at the far post.
The goal gave the Gills a vital away win in a complete team performance.
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