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USL Championship Goal of the Week – Week 7

By Staff, 04/22/24, 4:00PM EDT


Two remarkable long-range strikes and a pair of outstanding finishes off sharp assists, which gets your vote?

The first full Saturday of action in the USL Championship delivered thrills, spills and some spectacular finishes including two that are likely already candidates for the league’s Goal of the Year award by the Charleston Battery’s Juan David Torres and El Paso Locomotive FC’s Javier Nevárez. They’re among our picks of four of the top finishes, now it’s up to you to pick the winner of the USL Championship Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week presented by Select.

Vote for your favorite goal in the poll below by 12 p.m. ET this Thursday. We’ll announce the winner later that afternoon.

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USL Championship Goal of the Week – Week 7

Juan David Torres (CHS) - #TULvCHS, 4/20/24: The Colombian struck from inside the center circle with an incredible arcing finish that proved to be the game-winner for the Battery in their victory on the road in Tulsa.

Greg Hurst (NM) - #NCvNM, 4/20/24: The Scottish forward scored for the first time against North Carolina FC as he capitalized on a great through-ball by Arturo Astorga before lifting a first-time finish past the advancing goalkeeper.

Javier Nevárez (ELP) - #TBRvELP, 4/20/24: The Mexican defender pulled out an incredible finish from 15 yards inside his own half to put Locomotive on top against the Tampa Bay Rowdies at Al Lang Stadium.

Kazaiah Sterling (PIT) - #PHXvPIT, 4/20/24: The former League One Final Final MVP swept home his first goal in the Championship for the Hounds after a brilliant backheeled assist from Edward Kizza against Phoenix.

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