In a season full of tremendous strikes, only one shot could win the new Most Powerful Goal award.
Fernandinho's stoppage-time goal in Manchester City's 4-0 victory at Leeds United claims the inaugural prize.
The 2021/22 winner of @Oracle's Most Powerful Goal is...— Premier League (@premierleague) May 26, 2022
🚀 Fernandinho 🚀
Congratulations, @fernandinho! 👏 pic.twitter.com/Cj4VWZtBhx
The Man City midfielder's fierce shot was measured to have an average speed of 117.6km/h between the ball leaving his boot to crossing the goalline.
This was the fastest average speed from all the goals scored from outside the area in the 2021/22 season, without a deflection off another player.
It was by far the most powerful shot calculated by Oracle, the Premier League's official cloud provider.
The Brazilian's strike beat the next-most powerful goal, James Ward-Prowse's strike for Southampton at Brighton & Hove Albion, which was measured at 104.7km/h.
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