This week's entrants into "MLS Shots of the Week":
The New England Revolution are a win in their one game-in-hand away from being a fifth-place playoff team. Look out, Eastern Conference, they're coming for you. Saer Sene (left) deserves to take a bow solely for this first half golazo.
Cam Weaver and Amobi Okugo both got up well for this aerial duel. It's tough to tell who won this particular challenge, but there was to be only one point-earner on this night at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Ricardo Clark is the most obvious candidate to score a game-winner in Will Bruin's absence, right? Maybe not, but he did.
In case you don't know where Kenny Miller rolled this 30-foot putt, head on over to the video evidence to find out.
Brad Rusin almost made a big no-no in the second half with the Whitecaps up only a goal on the Sounders. That would have been disastrous before Darren Mattocks sealed the three points.
There's just something about Benny Feilhaber and scoring goals off half and full volleys in Chicago. He was up to his old ways again on Sunday.
If you need to be told where this wayward cross from Graham Zusi ended up, look no further than the face of the little boy in blue sitting behind the center of the goal.
Bernardo Anor did a little bit of everything on Sunday. He scored the game's only goal, and then he showed Andrew Jean-Baptiste who was boss on this challenge.
Pa-Modou Kah didn't exactly do his team any favors, picking up an 11th-minute red card in Columbus. The Timbers' 15-game unbeaten run finally came to an end.
Ball just out of reach for Daniele Paponi; three points just out of reach for Montreal Impact.
Eric Avila almost provided the shock result of the season so far, but Montreal snuck a point from the game with a late penalty.
Raúl Fernández did his thing once again and almost gave FC Dallas a shot at a road draw on Sunday night, but he could only hold the Galaxy at bay so long.
We see you, Marcelo Sarvas, quietly having one of the best seasons by a midfielder in MLS this year.