Cristiano Ronaldo, Hal Robson-Kanu and Xherdan Shaqiri have made the shortlist for the UEFA EURO 2016 Goal of the tournament, presented by Carlsberg.
Wales star Robson-Kanu is the front-runner for the prize after his sensational Cruyff-turn and neat finish proved the highlight of a historical night for the Welsh as they saw off Belgium 3-1 to book their first ever semi-final at a major international tournament.
But Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping his sensational header against Robson-Kanu’s Wales in the semi-final will be enough to see him take home the prize to help make up for his injury disappointment in Sunday’s final.
That match saw Ronaldo’s Portugal claim their first ever major title thanks to a stunning extra-time strike from substitute Eder, which is also in line for the gong.
Hungary’s Zoltan Gera rounds off the selection, earning a nomination with his thumping volley against Portugal in his side’s thrilling 3-3 group-stage draw.