It's not easy being a Crystal Palace fan at the moment.
The south London side have lost their opening seven games in the Premier League without scoring a goal. Their 4-0 loss to Manchester United was the side's second-heaviest of the season so far.
Already five points away from safety, Crystal Palace's season looks bleak. The team have failed to find the back of the new under Roy Hodgson, after Frank de Boer was sacked last month.
Crystal Palace fanzine Five Year Plan have created an ingenious way to run their Goal of the Month competition. Despite not scoring in the league, the side recorded a 1-0 win over Huddersfield Town in the League Cup.
Bakary Sako's header is the odd-on favourite to win the competition, but which version is your favourite?
@CPFC ⚽️Goal of the month, for September. Vote for your favourite👍🏼🔴🔵 #cpfc pic.twitter.com/1NFQQoi6LD
— Five Year Plan (@FYPFanzine) October 1, 2017
A big thumb-up for the use of The Lightening Seeds' 'The Life of Riley' too. The song was regularly used on Match of the Day's Goal of the Moth compilations during the 1990s.
At least Palace's fans can see the funny side of their goal drought.