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Vote for United's Goal of the Year

With the 2017 season in the books, it's time to vote on the Black-and-Red's best goal of the year! Fans can cast their vote on D.C. United's Facebook or Twitter pages by liking and/or sharing the post of their favorite goal. The goal with the most aggregate likes/shares will be dubbed United's top goal of 2017. Check out the nominees for Goal of the Year below. 

Jared Jeffrey at New England, April 22

Jared Jeffrey's 26th-minute strike against the Revs was the midfielder's fifth career MLS goal and first of the season. The goal leveled the score at 1-1, and ultimately helped the Black-and-Red leave Foxborough with a hard-fought 2-2 draw. Vote for Jeffrey's goal on Twitter or Facebook

Patrick Nyarko v. Atlanta, June 21

After allowing Atlanta to take an early 1-0 lead at RFK Stadium, the Black-and-Red stormed back to score two unanswered goals and claim a come-from-behind victory over the expansion side, with Patrick Nyarko's impressive 60th-minute goal finishing as the game winner. Nyarko's goal was his first of the season, fifth for the Black-and-Red, and 24th of his MLS career in the regular season. Vote for Nyarko's goal on Twitter or Facebook

Ian Harkes at Dallas, July 4

Rookie Ian Harkes slotted home a beautiful first career MLS goal during United's Fourth of July trip to Texas. The midfielder collected a cross at the top of the box and confidently buried the shot in the upper 90, giving United a 1-0 lead in the 30th minute. While the Black-and-Red were unable to hang on for the win, Harkes' goal was ultimately voted MLS' Goal of the Week. Vote for Harkes' goal on Twitter or Facebook

Patrick Mullins v. San Jose, Sept. 24

Patrick Mullins' fourth goal against the Earthquakes, this one coming from a free kick just outside the top of the box, capped off a historic performance from the forward. Mullins became only the 11th player in MLS history and third player in D.C. United history to score four goals in one game, accomplishing the feat in 31 minutes—the shortest span in league history. The striker also became the first player in league history to score four goals in one half. Vote for Mullins' goal on Twitter or Facebook

Paul Arriola v. New York, Oct. 22

Newcomer Paul Arriola scored his first career MLS goal in the Black-and-Red's RFK finale, cooly hammering home a cross that found the midfielder making a run into the six-yard box. United fell in their final match, but Arriola's goal was named MLS' Goal of the Week for the final week of the regular season. Vote for Arriola's goal on Twitter or Facebook