This weekend's Major League Soccer action saw 27 goals poured in across nine league games, and the following "Shots of the Week in MLS."
Timbers midfielder Darlington Nagbe has recorded a point in four of Portland's last six games, including this second half goal against D.C. United on Saturday to seal all three points.
Montreal Impact forward Macro Di Vaio put the capper on a 32-minute hat trick against the Union on Saturday. He has now scored nine goals in his last nine games.
Juan Agudelo (left) has played two games for New England, and he's scored two goals — both in Revolution victories. Watch out, an East playoff spot is there for the taking.
Raúl Fernández was tremendous for Supporters' Shield-leading FC Dallas again on Saturday night, stopping six Earthquakes shots to stay atop the league another week.
Rapids rookie forward Deshorn Brown breezed past the Chivas USA defense for two assists in Colorado's 2-0 win.
Real Salt Lake thought they had stolen all three points from Chicago with this late Alvaro Saborio goal, but the Fire struck even later to sneak the 1-1 draw.
Sharp angle? Check. Defender bearing down? Check. Outside of the foot squeezed inside the near post? Check. Well done, Brad Davis. Take a bow.
Red Bulls forward Thierry Henry was happy to steal a point in the 91st minute, but not thrilled with the situation altogether in the first place. New York and Columbus played to a 2-2 draw.
It was the Robbie Keane show at the Home Depot Center on Sunday net. The Galaxy forward netted the league's second first half hat trick of the weekend. LA beat the Sounders 4-0.