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Who deserves to be named April's Player of the Month?

Europe's top performers last month have been narrowed down to a three-man short list by our panel of experts. Now it's up to you to select which of the three deserves to be named the ESPN FC Player of the Month for April 2014.

Marco Reus: With six goals and four assists, the German international winger led Borussia Dortmund's attacking output in April. Reus set up both goals vs. Wolfsburg as BVB secured a German Cup final place, and his pair of goals vs. Real Madrid almost inspired a remarkable Champions League quarterfinal win. (whoscored.com rating: 8.72)

Mile Jedinak: Perhaps he's not the most obvious nominee, but Crystal Palace's skipper had an excellent month, helping the Eagles to secure their Premier League safety. The Australian international scored his first Premier League goal in a win at West Ham and had impressive per-game tackle (5.2) and interception (5.4) numbers. (whoscored.com rating: 8.40)

Sergio Ramos: Two headed goals vs. Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinal completed a fine month for the Real Madrid defender, whose form helped Los Blancos to fight back in the race for the La Liga title. In total, Ramos scored three goals and even added an assist as Madrid won seven of their eight games. (whoscored.com rating: 8.08)

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