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Posted by Major League Soccer (MLS) on Monday, November 23, 2015

It's not every day a person gets a paper doll made in your image.

Then again, it's not every day a person scores a critical goal in a playoff series in front of a sold-out home crowd. So Sunday was definitely a day to remember for Columbus Crew SC forward Kei Kamara and Portland Timbers center back Nat Borchers.

The big Kamara, who leads the league with 25 total MLS goals this season, may have had the most fun meeting his "mini-Kei," even interviewing the little guy at Crew SC training in the above video.

But if having a paper doll and playing at home means scoring a goal, things bode well for New York Red Bulls midfielder Sacha Kljestan and FC Dallas winger Fabian Castillo, both of whom play at home in the decisive second legs this Sunday.

Who's more likely to score and who's most likely to advance to MLS Cup?

Well, that doesn't seem to be the most important question on Castillo's mind at the moment: