A year after winning Major League Soccer's Goal of the Year award, Portland Timbers midfielder Darlington Nagbe is in the running again for the same award in 2012.
Nagbe is one of four finalists for the postseason honor, which is voted on by the league's fans. Two players from the Timbers' rival, the Seattle Sounders, are also in the running for the award, and so is New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen.
Nagbe's goal came against Real Salt Lake on March 31. His looping shot dipped over goalkeeper Nick Rimando in the 65th minute. It was one of two goals for Nagbe, but Real Salt Lake later came back to win the game 3-2.
Fans can watch the goals here, and then vote online, or by text messaging G1, G2, G3 or G4 to 22442.
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