Week 10 of the MLS regular season had a number of standout goals but there was a clear winner of AT&T's Goal of the Week. Sebastian Lletget's superb bicycle kick, his second goal of the game to cap a 3-0 win for the LA Galaxy over rivals LAFC, got 42.12% of the vote, almost twice that of his nearest competitor.
Lletget's strike came in the 83rd minute at Dignity Health Sports Park as a chipped up cross from defender Rolf Feltscher dropped behind him with his back to goal and he met the ball with an overhead kick into the bottom corner of the net.
In second place was another outstanding strike from Philadelphia Union rising star Brenden Aaronson. The 19-year-old midfielder picked up 22.57% of the vote with another moment to add to his increasingly impressive highlight reel as he took a pass inside from Alejandro Bedoya and fired an arrow of a shot past New York Red Bulls goalkeeper Ryan Meara from 20 yards.
Minnesota United's delightful team goal against Real Salt Lake, featuring a silky touch from Kevin Molino, and finished off by Jacori Hayes was next in the voting with 14.06%. Then came Vancouver Whitecaps youngster Michael Baldisimo's first goal in MLS, a rocket from outside the box, with 11.46%. And in fifth place was another first-time MLS goalscorer. Eryk Williamson's cool finish after a scintillating one-two with Diego Valeri in the Portland Timbers' win over the Seattle Sounders received 9.77% of the vote.
You can see all five goals below: