Ten spectacular strikes from the calendar year 2018 were put to a public vote ahead of the EFL Awards 2019, which take place next month.
The shortlist of ten goals has now been narrowed down to five and Adam Reach’s stunner against West Brom has made the cut.
The final five for the 2018 Hawk-Eye Goal of the Year;
Adam Reach | WEDNESDAY v West Brom | 3 October
John McGinn | ASTON VILLA v Wednesday | 22 September
Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu | LUTON v Crewe | 14 April
Ruben Neves | WOLVES v Derby | 11 April
Lewis Page | CHARLTON v Plymouth | 24 March
The winner will now be voted for by those in attendance on the night of the EFL Awards ceremony on Sunday 7 April at Grosvenor House Hotel in London.