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New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Jones vs. Goncalves

Two long-range goals face off in our Revolution Goal of the Year Bracket. Who deserves to move on, Jermaine Jones or Jose Goncalves?

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Round 1C Results

Goalscorer

Reader Votes

Staff Votes

Total

Kelyn Rowe

5

0

5

Teal Bunbury

45

15

60

For emphatically delivering a 1-0 lead in Leg One of the Eastern Conference Finals, Teal Bunbury earned a near-unanimous victory on both sides of the voting table. Bunbury will face either Jermaine Jones or Jose Goncavles in Round 2.

Round 1D Matchup

Jermaine Jones long-range game-winner vs. Sporting K.C.  /  Sept. 26, 2014

After his club squandered a 2-0 lead on the road in Kansas City, Jones responded with his first MLS goal, a game-winning strike from distance. Jones received a patient ball into space, eyed up goalkeeper Eric Kronberg, skipped a shot past the sprawling keeper and gave the Revolution an eventual 3-2 victory.

Jose Goncalves deep run and finish vs. Sporting K.C.  /  Sept. 26, 2014

A strong defensive step enabled Goncalves to create a turnover in the middle of the park, giving the 2013 Defender of the Year space to push forward. Charlie Davies opened up to Goncalves' left, though the defender took his own shot, beating Kronberg from distance to give the Revs a 2-0 advantage.

Poll closes at 12:00am EST on Monday, January 5th.