The Week 15 AT&T MLS Goal of the Week race starts with a clear frontrunner, but has a little bit of everything in the race to challenge him.
The New England Revolution's Diego Fagundez whistled a sidewinding volley from the top of the penalty area past Chicago's Jon Busch on Saturday to celebrate -- spectacularly -- his 100th regular-season game for the Revs, the youngest player (age 20) in MLS history to reach that mark.
But he's got competition. New York City FC Designated Player David Villa finished off a wonderful collective passing move in his team's 3-1 win over Montreal, and is trying to bring NYCFC a second consecutive winner after Thomas McNamara took the award last week.
The Seattle Sounders' versatile Lamar Neagle started at forward late Saturday night and made the most of it, scoring from one of his favorite spots on the field -- outside the penalty area, cutting in from the left -- by curling a low shot that put Seattle in front for good.
Also on Saturday night, though a bit later than planned, Columbus Crew SC's own Designated Player, Federico Higuaín, and new LA Galaxy acquisition Sebastian Lletget traded well-worked team goals in their teams' weather-delayed 1-1 tie, and both have been nominated for this week's award.
Which team put together the best combination? Which goal was your favorite? Vote now – the winner 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.