GALLERY: Shots of the Week in MLS, Week 20 | THE SIDELINE

This week's entrants into "MLS Shots of the Week":

Jamison Olave took that ball right off the boot of Jed Brovsky, much like the Red Bulls were able to take the three points so easily off the Impact.

This seems like the equivalent of holding the top of your younger brother's head at arm's length while he tries to punch and kick you. Thierry Henry is just too much.

The Revs' set piece choreography didn't quite work on this free kick attempt, and neither did their bid for a victory against the Dynamo.

Kofi Sarkodie and Diego Fagundez are two of the top performing young players at their positions this season. The two met in the air on this acrobatic challenge.

Camilo, if you don't slow down, you're going to run away with the Golden Boot race and everyone else will just give up. Two more on Sunday for the Brazilian, er, maybe Canadian international?

Walter Martinez scored this, the only goal, in the Earthquakes' 1-0 win over the Sounders. If the Quakes make a run into the postseason, this is a game they'll look back on as a possible turning point.

When Timbers owner Merritt Paulson is happy, everyone in Portland is happy. Andrew Jean-Baptiste made Paulson very happy on Saturday night.

Golfers, please replace your fairway divots and ball marks on the green following the completion of your shot. Thank you. Looking at you, Mr. Russell.

CAPTION THIS IMAGE FOR US! Use the comments below to give us a caption for this moment, captured after Benny Feilhaber (right) set up Claudio Bieler for a classy Sporting KC goal against Toronto FC. We'll publish our favorite caption later this week.


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