Bernardo Anor wins Week 3's Player of the Week vote after scoring brace in Columbus Crew win

The Columbus Crew are 2-0 for the first time in their 18-year history, and Bernardo Añor is one of the main reasons for that.

The Venezuelan winger helped the Crew achieve that milestone this past weekend by scoring an impressive first-half brace that was enough to defeat the Philadelphia Union, 2-1.

Añor first nodded home a corner kick from Federico Higuaín before hitting a highlight-reel blast from distance two minutes into stoppage-time, goals which paved the way for him to be voted Week 3's MLS Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters. (See how the NASR members voted here.)

Añor won the award by a landslide, picking up 13 of the 17 votes. Mauro Díaz (three) of FC Dallas and Vancouver Whitecaps defender Andy O'Brien (one) were the other two players to receive selections.


Week 3: Bernardo Añor (Columbus Crew)

Week 2: Jermain Defoe (Toronto FC)

Week 1: Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)