VIDEO: Chris Wondolowski Scores Back-Heeled Goal

There's this guy. Maybe you've heard of him. Chris Wondolowski. He's led MLS in goals each of the past two years and is once again leading this year. He scored again on Saturday.

It was a very "Chris Wondolowski"-esque goal, too. First off, he manages to find himself basically unmarked about eight yards out. But then, he did something special. Wondolowski actually turns away from the goal and manages to back-heel it past Galaxy goalkeeper Josh Saunders.

It's about as impressive of a goal from close-range that you're going to see in MLS this year. It also turned out to be the game-winner, allowing the Earthquakes to once again come back from a two-goal deficit. You know, just another day at the office for the Earthquakes.


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