Leo Gonzalez hadn't scored in Major League Soccer prior to Saturday. You wouldn't know it based on the quality of the Costa Rican defender's strike against the New England Revolution.
Gonzalez' goal, which broke a 270-minute home scoreless streak for Seattle, acted as the catalyst in the Sounders' 3-0 victory over the Revolution and took home Major League Soccer Goal of the Week honors.
In a week when there were plenty of other wonderstrikes (Seth Stammler vs. Chivas, Steve Zakuani vs. New England, Juan Pablo Angel vs. Houston), Gonzalez' effort stood out above the rest and is worth another look:
What did you think of the goal? Think Stammler, Zakuani or Angel deserved the award instead?
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