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Real Salt Lake: Franchise's all-time top 10 goals

Published March 21, 2014 5:10 pm
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In recognition of the beginning of Real Salt Lake's 10th season, The Tribune asked fans to vote in an online poll for the franchise's top 10 goals. Fans were given 10 fantastic goals during the franchise's nine years of competition and asked to rank them in order. These are the results of that poll.

No. 10 • Andy Williams' free kick in a 4-1 win over Columbus on March 1, 2011

No. 9 • Alvaro Saborio's chip in a 4-0 win over Chivas USA on Sept. 29, 2012

No. 8 • Brian Dunseth's winner in a 1-0 win over Colorado on April 16, 2005

No. 7 • Jason Kreis' left-footed volley in a 4-2 loss to Kansas City on Aug. 13, 2005

No. 6 • Jamison Olave's volley in a 2-1 loss against Saprissa on April 5, 2011

No. 5 • Clint Mathis' left-footed volley in a 6-0 win over New England on April 25, 2009

No. 4 • Will Johnson's Goal of the Year in a 3-1 win over FC Dallas on Oct. 18, 2008

No. 3 • Alvaro Saborio's heel flick in a 2-0 win over Seattle on Oct. 29, 2011

No. 2 • Javier Morales' bicycle kick in a 3-1 win over Portland on Aug. 30, 2013

No. 1 • Robbie Russell's penalty kick in a 5-4 MLS Cup win in penalty kicks over L.A. on Nov. 22, 2009




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