Vote now for 2014 AT&T MLS Goal of the Week: Week 16

MLS returned to action with a bang this week, and much of the firepower came from the young guys.

Only one of the five players nominated can rent a car without an additional fee, as Toronto FC Designated Player Gilberto is the oldest of the group at the ripe old age of 25. He notched his first MLS goal after out-arguing fellow DP Jermain Defoe for the right to take a free kick, then smashing it home. Philadelphia Union midfielder Danny Cruz (24) also used a long-range blast, and his helped spur his club to victory.

Chivas USA's Erick Torres (21) upped his MLS scoring total to 17 goals in 30 games with a spectacular volley on a cross from the opposite sideline, and the Colorado Rapids' Dillon Powers (23) showed great skill with his turn and curving far-post effort, but the most unique goal of the weekend surely belonged to the Montreal Impact's Jack McInerney (21), whose goal seemed to defy physics.

You get to chose the Goal of the Week, so make your pick by casting a ballot for your favorite goal before voting ends! The winner is determined by the total number of votes cast online and will be announced on Friday.

Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursdays. For complete coverage of the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week — including an archive of all of this season's nominees and winners — click here.


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