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Sunderland hosted Chelsea last night and Cesc Fabregas didn't score the only goal of the game as young hero Bradley Lowery also netted at The Stadium of the Light, and we - among the rest of the country - are pushing hard to help land the 5-year-old with goal of the month award.
Bradley has taken to everyone's hearts as a result of his tragic story where he's fighting a losing battle against cancer. Despite generous donations, the treatment received in America unfortunately will not save his life because the tumour has grown.
With months left to live, he was treated to a superb evening after appearing as Sunderland's mascot as well as receiving a heartwarming tribute during the fifth minute of the game, not to mention slotting a penalty past Asmir Begovic.
(Young Bradley meets Sunderland's Jermain Defoe before leading the team out)
Even though the inspirational Bradley is terminally ill (neuroblastoma), he's constantly sporting a smile on his face and is always in great spirits with just months left to live.
And while the campaign of Bradley collecting a sack-full of Christmas cards was fulfilled, let's make the little lad's Xmas extra special by landing him the Premier League goal of the month award.
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