A dipping volley in the 93rd minute to clinch a 4-3 win? Yep, that’ll do it.

Chicago Fire FC midfielder Luka Stojanovic has won Week 31’s AT&T Goal of the Week race, pulling 43.3% of the vote. The Serbian’s team-leading eighth strike of the year capped a thrilling Eastern Conference matchup with FC Cincinnati at TQL Stadium, evading goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton with vigor and shock value.

Little separated spots two through four, with second place (19.3%) falling to New England Revolution midfielder Carles Gil after his ankle-breaking effort against D.C. United.

Third place (18.9%) belonged to New York City FC left back Gudmundur Thorarinsson for his draw-preserving free kick at Atlanta United. As for fourth place (18.5%), that went to Philadelphia Union midfielder Daniel Gazdag for his precise curler that gave Minnesota United FC a scare. 

Check out all the nominees below.