If you watched the playoff game last night between Western Conference rivals Los Angeles FC and Los Angeles Galaxy, you saw quite a few goals (or terrible defending, depending on how you look at it). And goals are something that in the past, Colorado Rapids fans didn’t see much of—until this year. By the time it was all said and done, the Rapids put in 58 goals this season, good enough to tie for second-most goals in the Western Conference. (Last year? 36 goals. 2017? 31.)
Kei Kamara earned 14 goals (or 24% of the total), Diego Rubio had 11 goals, and 12 other players put in at least one goal.
So, if, this morning, you’re wishing there were some Rapids’ goals to feel excited about, take a look back at Kamara’s 14:
And here are a few more from Andre Shinyashiki: