He accomplished the feat in 159 appearances, the quickest run in the league's 23 seasons; Taylor Twellman (scoring 100 in his 174th appearance) previously held the record. Entering the match, BWP had averaged 0.71 goals per 90 minutes for his career.
9️⃣9️⃣ makes it 💯 pic.twitter.com/Ffc9y0FRDK— Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 26, 2018
With one additional goal, Wright-Phillips will set another MLS mark, as it will unlock a fifth consecutive season with at least 15 goals. LA Galaxy legend Robbie Keane is the only other player to reach four.
Relive the magic moment:
MLS players to score 100 career goals
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