Martins' lucky chip against Quakes named 2014 MLS Goal of the Year


For the fourth year in a row, a player on a Cascadian team has been awarded MLS Goal of the Year honors. This time, the Pacific Northwest ballot-box stuffers gifted the award to the Sounders' Obafemi Martins for his lucky no-look chip shot over Earthquakes goalkeeper Jon Busch that gave Seattle a 1-0 victory. Busch's expression was priceless; certainly more entertaining than the goal itself!

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