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New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Rowe vs. Bunbury

Our Goal of the Year Bracket continues with Round 1C: Kelyn Rowe's long-range strike vs. Teal Bunbury's curling stunner against Luis Robles and the Red Bulls. Which goal deserves to move on? Vote below.

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Round 1B Results


Reader Points

Staff Points


Charlie Davies




Patrick Mullins




Patrick Mullins served as a unanimous winner in Round 1B, earning top votes in both the reader and staff categories for his left-footed strike past Julio Cesar. Mullins will face Chris Tierney in Round 2.

Round 1B Matchup

Kelyn Rowe Long-Range Strike vs. Montreal Impact /  Sept. 13, 2014

After collecting a broken Jermaine Jones cross, and taking a perfectly-weighted first touch, Rowe lined up a shot from distance and let it rip. His strike beat Montreal 'keeper Troy Perkins low and to his left.

Teal Bunbury Curling Finish vs. New York Red Bulls /  Nov. 23, 2014

With his defender leaving a slight cushion on the right side, Bunbury danced his way into space at the top of the box and hit a curling left-footed shot. His strike froze Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles, who watched Bunbury's shot curl into the upper corner of his net.

Poll closes at 12:00am EST on Wednesday, December 31st.