Some people like to complain about short corners but New England Revolution fans won't have a negative thing to say about what transpired in the 22nd minute of Saturday's game against Chicago Fire.
With the game scoreless, Lee Nguyen played a short corner to Kelyn Rowe, who proceeded to move the ball to Scott Caldwell. The Homegrown player then found Nguyen, who had made a dashing run into the box. The crafty midfielder teed up a shot that kissed the post before settling in the back of the net.
It was Goal of the Week material.
HT #NERevs 1 Fire 0— NewEnglandRevolution (@NERevolution) May 15, 2016
This stunner from @LeeNguyen24 has the hosts in front at the break. #NEvCHI pic.twitter.com/p0XweMNRjm
Nguyen now has two goals and two assists on the year. Despite not showing up often on the scoresheet, the US international remains one of the most creative players in MLS. Heading into Saturday's game, Nguyen was ranked third in chances created with 33. Only Diego Valelri (37) and Sacha Kjestan (35) had better numbers.