Chris Wondolowski may have set a new mark for striking consistency on Saturday night, but that was only the beginning of a monumental Week 24 for forwards that also saw Fredy Montero and David Villa assail the history books.
Two hours before Wondo equalized from the spot for San Jose to secure a league-record eighth consecutive season with 10 or more goals, Vancouver's Montero also finished off a penalty to become the first to hit double-digit goals in each of his first five campaigns. Only two other players have done that in each of their first three seasons: the aforementioned Villa and Toronto's Sebastian Giovinco.
Not to be outdone, New York City's Villa on Sunday hit his 19th of goal the season, bringing him within a goal of becoming the first MLS player in history to score 20 or more goals in back-to-back campaigns. Of the 19 players to post 20-plus goals in an MLS season, only Bradley Wright-Phillips has done it twice, tying Wondolowski and Roy Lassiter's record with 27 goals in 2014, and then scoring 24 last season.
Read more about these milestones and more in the latest MLS News and Notes.