GOAL! Fredy Montero golazo from distance for the Seattle Sounders vs LA Galaxy

Seattle Sounders forward Fredy Montero gets his first goal of the 2012 season in style with this beauty from 35 yards as the Seattle Sounders take on the LA Galaxy.

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23 comentarios

  1. Why should you care what we call it. We don't care what you call your dull game that you call football. No one really watches soccer here so it doesn't really matter what we call it.
    But anyway, back in the early 1800's when American Football began, it had elements of rugby and regular American football. As time passed, the form of the game changed and the name stuck. Besides, "soccer" was actually coined by a british man.

    We left Europe because we got tired of you telling us what to do.

  2. That's silly. If Rugby is a form of football, then American football and Australian rules football are also forms of football. The feet are still commonly used to score and the terminology is similar. Ask yourself: is a baton relay race still a foot race? I mean, in order to score in a baton relay, you use your hands…

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