Sturridge wins Premier League goal of the month for stunning strike against Chelsea
DANIEL STURRIDGE has win the Premier League goal of the month for September for his stunning strike against Chelsea.
Sturridge had come off the bench to make a dramatic impact with a brilliant long-range strike to rescue Liverpool from defeat against his former club.
The England striker let fly with a wicked dipping and swerving shot which flew into the top corner of the net from 25-yards.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa was helpless to prevent the ball from hitting the back of the net to secure a 1-1 draw for Jurgen Klopp's side at Stamford Bridge.
It meant Liverpool were able to maintain their unbeaten start to the season in the league - and could prove crucial by the end of the season as the Reds look to challenge for the title.
And the strike has topped a poll of the public and expert judges to scoop the prize for September from an eight-strong shortlist
Three Manchester City players were also in the frame for the award - including Kyle Walker for his stunning goal against Newcastle.
Sergio Aguero against Brighton and Ilkay Gundogan's goal in the win at Cardiff also made the shortlist for City.
Chelsea ace Willian was nominated for his strike against Cardiff, while Alexandre Lacazette was in contention for his brilliant goal versus Everton.
Wilfried Zaha's solo effort at Huddersfield and the goal by Pierre-Emile Hojberg in Southampton's clash with Brighton were the others on the shortlist.
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