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New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Nguyen vs. Nguyen, Round 2K

With just two non-Nguyen goals remaining in our 2014 Goal of the Year Bracket, we dive into the bottom half. Which Lee Nguyen tally deserves to move on? Vote below.

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Round 2L Results


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Teal Bunbury




Jose Goncalves




Teal Bunbury stole the show in Round 2, earning more than three quarters of the total vote. His curling finish will square off with Patrick Mullins' well-hit rocket in the Final Four.

Round 2K Matchup

Lee Nguyen curls home a go-ahead goal vs. Sporting K.C.  /  Sept. 3, 2014

Nguyen, having darted forward after causing a Sporting K.C. turnover, found himself with space at the top of the box. Without hesitation, the Revs playmaker curled a shot past Andy Gruenebaum, giving the Revs a lead early in the second frame.

Lee Nguyen upper-90 curler vs. Houston Dynamo /  Oct. 16, 2014

After receiving a patient pass from Kevin Alston, and taking a touch to create space, Nguyen curled a flawless strike past a frozen Tally Hall. The goal served as a 65th-minute equalizer for the Revolution.

Poll closes at 12am EST on Thursday, January 29th.