Four tried-and-true MLS veterans brought their finishing boots in Matchday 16, with each scoring brilliant long-range strikes to earn AT&T 5G Goal of the Matchday nominations.
Miguel Berry's first goal in over a year was arguably the best of his career. Shortly after coming on as a second-half sub in a wild 3-3 draw between Atlanta United and the New England Revolution, the Spanish-American striker chested down Dave Romney's half-clearance at the edge of the box before firing a right-footed rocket past a diving Djordje Petrovic.
Birthday boy Luciano Acosta also put his fantastic finishing skills on display, curling a first-time effort into the top right corner as Supporters' Shield-leading FC Cincinnati took care of business with a 3-1 victory at New York City FC.
Just five minutes later, Memo Rodríguez sparked the Galaxy's 3-2 come-from-behind win with a golazo of his own. Assisted by Riqui Puig on the counter, Rodríguez faked his marker at the edge of the box before unleashing a long-range blast into the back of the net.
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