February's Goal of the Month: Vote now!
Manchester United supporters can now cast their votes for the best goal scored across the club during February 2022.
The Men’s, Women’s, Under-23 and Under-18 sides combined for a total of 31 goals and we’ve picked out a dozen that were particularly impressive.
Watch all 12 in the video below, before scrolling down for more information about each strike and then choose your favourite in our poll…
Sancho v Middlesbrough
Although United would go on to lose this FA Cup tie on penalties, Jadon found the net at Old Trafford for the first time as he found space in the Boro box before striking sweetly with his left foot.
Pogba v Burnley
Paul also broke a long Reds duck, as he scored for the first time in over a year. The Frenchman loitered on the edge of the Burnley area, meaning he was in prime position to coolly sidefoot Luke Shaw's cut-back into the roof of Nick Pope's goal.
Garnacho v Everton (U18s)
An amazing goal from the young Spaniard, as he ran virtually the full length of the Old Trafford pitch alone and still had the gas to nonchalantly nudge the ball past the Toffees' keeper and seal the Youth Cup win.
Sancho v Southampton
Another end-to-end goal, with Diogo Dalot, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford offering significant contributions before Sancho tapped home the latter's cross at the far post.
Ronaldo v Brighton
Cristiano's blood-and-thunder finish came out of nowhere, beating Robert Sanchez all ends up and providing the spark for United to catch fire in the second half against the Seagulls.
Fernandes v Brighton
Fernandes finished the job his compatriot had started, showing speed of thought to combine with Pogba and launch a successful stoppage-time counter-attack which ended with the ball once again nestled in Sanchez's net.
Maguire v Leeds
Finally a goal from a corner for United in the Premier League, as Harry bamboozled the Whites' man-marking system to head home the first goal of what will go down as a classic Roses clash.
Fernandes v Leeds
Victor Lindelof and Sancho were the primary drivers of this rare headed Fernandes goal, with the Reds breaking forward in numbers and doubling our advantage just before half-time.
Fred v Leeds
A key strike in that end-to-end game at Elland Road. The Brazilian had been on the pitch for a matter of minutes when he lashed home to end another brilliant team move on a difficult pitch.
Elanga v Atletico
Anthony showed calmness and composure just minutes after being introduced to slot past Jan Oblak and secure what could be a vital draw in the Champions League last-16 tie with the Spanish champions.
Emeran v Derby (U23s)
The 19-year-old Frenchman latched on to a difficult Alvaro Fernandez cross to score the third goal in a 5-2 victory for Neil Wood's side.
Zelem v Man City (Women)
A goal straight from a corner for the Reds' captain which will live long in the memory of all those who were at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday, despite City's eventual 4-1 win.