A season that ended in promotion to the Premier League last month was glittered with some stunning goals along the way.

Though there were certainly tons of tremendous goals, we've whittled a list down to five of the best.

Have a read through our list below, take a look the video and let us know on social media which goal stands out the most for you from last season.

Diego Fabbrini v Bolton Wanderers - Saturday August 15 2015

Just a few days earlier Fabbrini had put in an outstanding performance as Boro beat Oldham in the Capital One Cup at Boundary Park, setting up a goal and winning a penalty.

Boro returned to the Riverside for the first time since the Play-Off semi-final against Brentford and Fabbrini opened the scoring in style with a stunning turn and strike from 30 yards.

Stewart Downing v MK Dons - Saturday September 12 2015

After making the move from West Ham in the summer to help his boyhood club back to the Premier League, Downing scored his first goal back at Boro against Karl Robinson's side.

It was a tough afternoon, with MK Dons making it difficult for the home side to break them down and it took Downing's wonderful effort from the edge to make the breakthrough.

Boro went on to add a second that afternoon when Downing intercepted a pass with his head to put through David Nugent who finished with aplomb. 

Stewart Downing v Wolves - Saturday October 24 2015

Another goal and another peach from Downing. But Aitor Karanka's side were made to work hard for this one at Molineux...

Boro had fought back from behind to a 2-1 lead after Dave Edwards scored the first goal of the afternoon for the home side.

In the dying embers of the game Grant Leadbitter was brought down for a free-kick on the edge of the box and Downing dispatched it in style past the helpless Damian Martinez in the Wolves goal.

Emilio Nsue v Huddersfield - Saturday November 28 2015

This afternoon at the John Smith's Stadium saw both Adam Clayton and Emilio Nsue get their long-awaited first goals for the Boro.

Clayton had opened the scoring with a left-footed strike before a brilliantly worked team goal saw Nsue in on goal, and he finished accordingly.

Adam Forshaw teed up Nsue with an astonishing one-touch backwards flick and the result was Boro's second of the day to take a commanding lead.

Gaston Ramirez v Huddersfield - Tuesday April 5 2016

This free-kick from Ramirez was his second of the night and Boro's third after Grant Leadbitter had converted a penalty, before the Southampton loanee rounded Jed Steer to double the lead.

It was our third that was perhaps the most impressive, though, as Ramirez lined up the free-kick and curled it in the back of the net from distance with a stunning effort.