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Espindola's header delights Henry
by Mike Woitalla, September 17th, 2013 1:32AM

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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Thierry Henry's reaction to Fabian Espindola's headed goal from an unlikely spot leads one to believe it was something he hadn't seen in his nearly two decades of pro ball. Landon Donovan's appears in the AT&T MLS Goals of the Week highlight reel for a brilliant assist.

Espindola ends an aerial pinball game in the Toronto penalty area with a looping header to seal a 2-0 Red Bulls’ win -- to the delight of Henry, scorer of the first goal.

Donovan’s back-heel setup for Robbie Keane is what made the Irishman’s strike a Goal of the Week nominee.

Also in the running are strikes by Seattle’s Obafemi Martins, Columbus’ Dominic Oduro and New England’s Revolution Kelyn Rowe.



We like Espindola's strike, for uniqueness, best, but you can vote HERE.


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