FC Dallas midfielder Fabián Castillo has long been tabbed one of Major League Soccer's players with the highest upside, and under new Dallas head coach and fellow Colombian Oscar Pareja, he has shown plenty of that upside so far in 2014, scoring twice in three games. His latest strike, a one-timer from a well-worked free kick, currently leads the voting for AT&T Goal of the Week with more than half the vote.
Running a clear second with almost 23 percent of the vote is reigning MLS Player of the Week and Columbus Crew midfielder Bernardo Añor for his long-range blast against the Philadelphia Union. Real Salt Lake's Alvaro Saborío (10.7 percent), Chivas USA's Cubo Torres (5.97 percent) and the LA Galaxy's Robbie Keane (5.44 percent) round out the field.
The race is not over yet, however, so have your say on this week's Goal of the Week prize by casting your ballot before voting ends late Thursday night!
The winner is determined by the total number of votes cast online and will be announced on Friday.
Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursdays. For complete coverage of the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week — including an archive of all of this season's nominees and winners — click here.