Leonardo Da Silva Lopes, Marcus Maddison and Mallik Wilks had each scored to put the home side in front, but the Swans had pegged them back each time before the visitors took a 4-3 lead six minutes from time. However, Eaves had the final say with a goal five minutes into added time – finishing from Josh Magennis’ cross – to ensure the points were shared.
In a Twitter poll conducted by the Club, the striker’s effort ended up claiming the award with 40% of the vote, ahead of Maddison’s goal in the same game (35.6%) and Wilks’ efforts against Preston North End (13.1%) and the Swans (11.3%).
Watch below to re-live Eaves’ award-wining goal!
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