Martins’ Strike Leads The Way

Martins’ Strike Leads The Way

-For MLS Goal-of-the-week

Obafemi Martins’ mazy run and finish has surged to the front of the race with 62.97 percent of the votes cast, as of Thursday morning, well ahead of Sam Cronin’s heat-seeking half-volley, which sits in second place with 17.27 percent.


Further back, Andrew Wenger’s impressive effort in the Philadelphia Union’s win over San Jose has 7.95 percent, followed by Marc Burch at 6.56 percent and Lee Nguyen at 5.26 percent.

There’s still time to make your pick, though. Cast a ballot for your favorite goal before voting ends! The winner is determined by the total number of votes cast online and will be announced on Friday.

Zenith Ziva

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  • Martins can score great goals see his goals in youtube.My problem with him is that he can be to fast and many a times out run the ball. He is a great player no doubt.He knows how to play for his mother land Nigeria so he needs to have be looked again for national duties