It's time for another round of MLSsoccer.com's "Shots of the Week," the best photographic evidence from each of the weekend's game. All images courtesy of USA Today Sports.
Landon Donovan was back to looking like his old self on Wednesday night, contributing a goal and two assists in the Galaxy's 4-1 win over the Union.
Crew forward Domonic Oduro scored the only goal of the game for Columbus to beat Toronto FC, 1-0 on Saturday.
Whitecaps forward Camilo Sanvezzo sends thanks up above following his opening goal against Portland. Camilo also had an assist in the game, but the Timbers fought back for the 2-2 draw, while a man down.
Jack McInerney leads the league in goals scored (eight) by two after 12 games. He added another against the Fire on Saturday, giving the Union another 1-0 win against Chicago.
If the Revs are to start a new revolution, they could do worse than to start with the duo of Diego Fagundez (left) and Juan Agudelo, who were both heavily involved in New England's two goals on Saturday to score a big 2-0 win at Houston.
Three goals in two games for Lamar Neagle, and suddenly Sigi Schmid's worries about losing forwards Eddie Johnson and Obafemi Martins to national team duties this summer have subsided.
Earthquakes forward Alan Gordon is back and bruising as ever.
Tim Cahill is heating up for the Red Bulls with four goals in his last five games. He scored the only goal for New York's 1-0 win against the Galaxy on Saturday. Look out.
Bill Hamid got a hand to enough of Sporting KC's shots that counted on Sunday to preserve a the 1-1 draw for D.C. United, and a rare point in the standings.
Real Salt Lake defender Carlos Salcedo got the better of Chivas USA forward Erick Correa in this tussle, and Salt Lake took all three points on Sunday night.