Premier League: Fikayo Tomori, Chelsea star, eyes goal of the month award, record

Premier League: Fikayo Tomori, Chelsea star, eyes goal of the month award, record

- Premier League goal of the month award for September 2019 will see Fikayo Tomori battle seven others

- Goals from Jetro Willems (Newcastle United), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) and Moussa Djenepo (Southampton) also made the cut

- Tomori netted his superb curler from over 25 yards out during Chelsea 5-2 win against Wolves

Fikayo Tomori, Chelsea defender, has been nominated for September 2019 Premier League goal of the month prestigious award.

According to a video clip on the Premier League official Twitter handle, Tomori’s superb curler from over 25 yards out during Chelsea 5-2 win against Wolves on matchday five, will battle seven other goals nominated for September's Budweiser goal of the month.

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According to a video clip on the Premier League official Twitter handle, Tomori’s superb curler from over 25 yards out during Chelsea 5-2 win against Wolves on matchday five, will battle seven other goals nominated for September's Budweiser Goal of the Month.

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The Chelsea youngster will now contend with goals from Jetro Willems (Newcastle United), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), N'Golo Kante (Chelsea), Moussa Djenepo (Southampton), Jeff Hendrick (Burnley), James Maddison (Leicester City) and Aaron Cresswell (West Ham United) to claim the top prize.

At the moment, Tomori is enjoying his best scoring run under Frank Lampard starting from Derby County last term, where the defender netted twice in 55 appearances.

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Interestingly, the debut of the goal of the month award in 2016, no player of Nigerian descent has had the privilege to claim the prestigious award, and Tomori will be looking forward to enter the record books when the winner is declared on Friday, October 11.

Legit.ng reported earlier that Fikayo Tomori has justified his faith Chelsea boss Frank Lampard had in him before he got called up into England squad.

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Source: Legit.ng News

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