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USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week – Week 21

By USLSoccer.com Staff, 08/06/18, 7:00PM EDT

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Five standout finishes from the past week of action, which one gets your vote?

SUBMIT YOUR VOTE FOR FANS' CHOICE GOAL OF THE WEEK

  • Villyan Bijev, Sacramento Republic FC

    39%

  • Darnell King, San Antonio FC

    43%

  • Marvin Loría, Portland Timbers 2

    10%

  • Jack McInerney, Indy Eleven

    3%

  • Solomon Asante, Phoenix Rising FC

    4%

  • Total Votes: 1697

With more than 40 goals tallied across the week’s action – including another that earned a place on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 on Saturday night – there were plenty of show-stopping moments in Week 21 of the 2018 USL regular season. Now you get to decide which goal takes victory in this week’s edition of the USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week award.

Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Thursday, August 9.

USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week – Week 21

Villyan Bijev (SAC) - #SACvFRS, 8/4/18: Bijev created space well at the top of the penalty area after coming in from the left flank before powering home a finish to the right corner for the winner in the Highway 99 Derby.

Darnell King (SA) - #SAvLA, 8/4/18: King drilled home an outstanding first-time strike from the top of the penalty area to put SAFC ahead after the hosts had scrambled to find a finish in the moments before.

Marvin Loría (POR) - #OCvPOR, 8/1/18: Loria made a 70-yard run past three defenders on the counterattack before producing an exquisite chipped finish to round off a tremendous individual moment.

Jack McInerney (IND) - #LOUvIND, 8/5/18: McInerney adjusted perfectly to the deflected cross by Kevin Venegas to power home his header into the left side of the net on the road against Louisville.

Solomon Asante (PHX) - #PORvPHX, 8/5/18: Asante tucked away a tricky left-footed volley off a great cross by Chris Cortez to put a bow on Rising FC’s victory against Portland on Sunday afternoon.

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