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New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Patrick Mullins vs. Teal Bunbury

Were on to the Final Four. Which goal impressed you more: Mullins' rocket or Bunbury's curler? Vote below.

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Round 2L Results

Goal (Lee Nguyen)

Reader Votes

Staff Votes


"Scoop" vs. Montreal




"Chip" vs. Montreal




After three days of voting, our readers needed "professional" assistance picking an elite-eight champion. Our staff favored Lee Nguyen's emphatic chip over the Montreal back line, solidifying our last Final Four candidate.

Final Four Matchup 1

Patrick Mullins Rocket vs. Toronto F.C.  /  May 3, 2014

Down 1-0 early in the first half, the Revolution found an equalizer off the foot of Patrick Mullins. The rookie collected a quick touch from Daigo Kobayashi and rocketed a shot inside the near post, opening his MLS scoring account with a screamer past Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

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 land in the upper corner of his net.

Poll closes at 12:00am EST on Friday, February 6th.