Team of the Week (Wk 22): Orlando City SC foward Cyle Larin's record-tying performance leads the way

If you like goals, as most of us do, this was the week for you.

A total of 39 goals were scored on Saturday night, the most in a single day in MLS history. Eight of those 39 goals came from four players as Orlando City SC's Cyle Larin, New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies, D.C. United's Chris Rolfe, and Pa Modou Kah of the Vancouver Whitecaps all finished with day with a brace.

Read on to find out who else made the Team of the Week for Week 22:

GK: Tim Melia (Sporting Kansas City) - Made a few big saves to prevent the Houston Dynamo from taking all three points at Sporting Park.

D: Pa Modou Kah (Vancouver Whitecaps) - Not only notched the brace as a defender, but six interceptions and three recoveries going well up the field were a big part of his team keeping the clean sheet.

D: Eric Gehrig (Chicago Fire) - Produced a sparkling defensive performance with six tackles and 10 clearances in the Fire's 2-0 win.

D: David Horst (Houston Dynamo) - Was a stand up defender all night, and was downright heroic on two occasions in the Dynamo's 1-1 draw.

M: Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy) - Made the most of his one opportunity. Gave Rapids problems getting in behind all game in the Galaxy's 3-1 win.

M: Chris Rolfe (D.C. United) - Scored United's first two goals after going down 2-0, jumpstarting the comeback that ended with a 6-4 win at RFK.

M: Matt Polster (Chicago Fire) - We'll let the Armchair Analyst explain his selection.

M: Shaun Wright-Phillips (New York Red Bulls) - Came off the bench to make his first appearance and was an instant sparkplug, winning a PK and assisting on his brother's game-winning goal.

F: Dominic Oduro (Montreal Impact) - Used his world-class speed to get in behind NYCFC's backline all afternoon, scoring a goal in the Impact's 3-2 win.

F: Charlie Davies (New England Revolution) - Got back to his goalscoring ways, putting two in the back of the net in the Revolution's 3-1 win over Toronto FC.

F: Cyle Larin (Orlando City SC) - The rookie is simply on fire. Larin now has five goals in his last two games. After his two goals against Columbus, Larin is now tied with Damani Ralph for the most goals by a rookie in MLS history.

Coach: Carl Robinson (Vancouver Whitecaps) - The 'Caps are the best road team in MLS and Robinson put his team in good position yet again in Seattle.

Bench: Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire), Ambroise Oyongo (Montreal Impact), Corey Ashe (Orlando City SC), Dax McCarty (New York Red Bulls), Ignacio Piatti (Montreal Impact), Javier Morales (Real Salt Lake), Fabian Espindola (D.C. United)