Jordan Hamilton, flowing Toronto attack take AT&T Goal of the Week

It's a beautiful thing when an intricate team attack comes together perfectly. And that's exactly what happened on Toronto FC's late equalizer in a 2-2 draw with Sporting Kansas City, a moment that earned Jordan Hamilton AT&T Goal of the Week honors for Week 15.

Hamilton's fourth goal of the season, set up by Alejandro Pozuelo's clever ball out wide and Ryan Telfer's inch-perfect cross, received 51 percent of the vote. That placed just ahead of Ilsinho's devilish first goal during a sensational individual performance for the Philadelphia Union, a tally which took 40 percent.

Rounding out the voting was Chris Wondolowski's eighth of the season for the San Jose Earthquakes (5 percent), the back end of Heber's brace for New York City FC (4 percent), and Saphir Taider's late winner for the Montreal Impact (0 percent).

Watch all five nominated goals and see a full voting breakdown from Week 15.

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