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Sure, the MLS regular season still has over six months to go, but no matter.
The league’s goal of the year was scored Friday night by New York City FC’s David Villa.
The Colombian striker opened the scoring the 65th minute, heading Cristian Techera's cross beyond goalkeeper Stefan Frei's fingertips.
Montero, who scored 47 times and added 34 assists in 119 regular-season appearances with Seattle from 2009 to 2012, dropped to his knees after the goal and pointed to the sky in a muted celebration before he was joined by teammates.
He lobbed goalkeeper Andre Blake as New York broke away, sealing the three points and ensuring Philadelphia's winless start to the season continues.
Villa played down his goal afterwards, saying he had only attempted the lob because he did not want to run any further.
Villa then scored NYCFC's second from 50 yards out, catching Blake off his line and floating the ball well over the Union goalkeeper's head The result means the Union are still winless in 2017, with manager Jim Curtin already feeling the heat for last year's surprise playoff package.
”) “The goal that he scored showed all his talent,” NYCFC Coach Patrick Vieira said. Villa was second in the league last year with 23 goals, and fourth the year before, with 18.The former Arsenal midfielder said: 'I think he's David.The goal that he scored showed all his talent.'It's one of the best goals in the league so far.Jack Harrison turned Philadelphia over in its defensive third, took two touches and fired just wide of the Union goal. - MLS LIVE is back with an all-new platform for 2017 - Get the most matches ever, LIVE and ON DEMAND - Packages start at only $14.99 a month - Watch MLS on your phone, computer or TV - Subscribe today at live.Villa tried his luck next from the top of the Union penalty area following a nice cutback pass from Rodney Wallace, but the former Spain international's shot was blocked away by a defender, bringing penalty shouts from the visitors.A Union turnover led to NYCFC's opener, as Ronald Matarrita sprang Harrison in the Philly area and he finished with aplomb for his second goal of the 2017 season.