1. Lee Gregory (Millwall)
Gregory ran the game at Home Park, ending up with FOUR goals and an assist as Millwall secured a 5-3 win at Plymouth.
The former Halifax front man put his side 1-0 up with a looping header that nestled in the opposite top corner.
His second was more controversial. Shaun Williams’ out-swinging corner was headed down and in by Mark Beevers, who was officially credited with the goal, but Gregory insists that he got the decisive touch.
His official second goal showed Gregory isn’t just a finisher. After expertly plucking the ball on his chest, he played a one-two before stroking the ball home at the second attempt.
For his fourth, he harassed the Plymouth centre-backs, who ended up clumsily knocking him to the floor for a spot kick. After dusting himself down, Gregory tucked it home.