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The QPR players jumped as high as they could when Gudmundsson struck his free-kick, but he had fooled them all, by-passing them completely with a viciously-whipped strike into the far corner.
Gudmundsson said: “I’m really pleased to win this award, it’s nice recognition for the free-kick and it was a nice feeling when it went in.
“I worked on a similar set-piece the day before in training, so to then find the net with one in the game was great.”
Gudmundsson beat off competition from Cardiff City’s Kion Etete, Luton Town’s Alfie Doughty & West Bromwich Albion’s Tom Rogic.