Date: 2nd October 2007 at 3:20pm
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Benjani’s 2nd goal, as well as Pompey 2nd was my favourite of the lot against Reading! Not my vote, yours – although these findings from Lysimachus’ poll are thoughts that I do not entirely share to be honest.

In terms of the actual quality of the goal Benjani’s 2nd was probably the best of the match – although looking at all the goals Dave Kitson’s probably challenged it most of all – but it depends on how you are viewing it in terms of favourite goal?

Quality wise as said it probably was the best, however if it is a sentimental favourite, which is how I was viewing it then goal no.6 – the hat-trick goal – was my favourite and that is the way I voted. Seeing him score a hat-trick is one of the most memorable moments ever for me as I cannot think of too many more deserving player than Benjani – and as previously stated it must be the most popular hat-tricks ever seen at Fratton Park?

What a game though! I still do not tire of seeing any of the goals and still get a buzz when I do, now where is that DVD with the goals on it?

What the poll asked – Favourite goal against Reading?

How you voted – Benjani (Goal No. 2) 50%, Benjani (Goal No. 6) 15%, Kranjcar (Goal No. 7) 12%, Benjani (Goal No. 1) 6%, Hreidarsson (Goal No. 5) 5%, Muntari (Goal No. 10) 5%, Christ even the Reading goals looked sharp 4%, Davis (Goal No. 9) 3%

Current Poll – When September started with the terrible display against Arsenal – not taking anything away from them though as they were fantastic – who would have thought it would have ended the way it did.

It was quite a month was it not and overall we have seen some very memorable performances, both as a team and individually but who stands out the most – this is want pompeyrug wants to know with this – ‘Pompey’s player of the month for September?’ Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.

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