Krisztian Nemeth's stunning streak earns MLS Goal of the Week honors

The votes are in and Krisztian Nemeth's goal against Orlando City SC last Sunday has been crowned the MLS Goal of the Week. It is the first such honor for Nemeth in his first season with Sporting KC.

Down a goal, Nemeth picked up a Benny Feilhaber pass at the top of the box and slalomed past a pair of Orlando City defenders. Goalkeeper Tally Hall could do nothing but watch as Nemeth rifled a shot past him toward the upper corner of the net. Nemeth's goal collected 45.52% of the vote, 15.01% higher than Seattle Sounders forward Obafemi Martins.

1. Krisztian Nemeth (SKC) – 45.52%
2. Obafemi Martins (SEA) – 30.51%
3. David Accam (CHI) – 11.66%
4. Tesho Akindele (DAL) – 6.57%
5. Diego Fagundez (NE) – 5.74%

The Hungarian forward has nine goals in MLS play this year in addition to four more during the 2015 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. He has also featured four times for the Hungary national team this year including appearance in the team's previous three 2016 UEFA Euro qualifiers.

After a four-game road swing, Sporting KC returns to action Friday night against FC Dallas. The match will kick off at 6 p.m. CT and can be seen locally on KMCI-TV 38 the Spot and nationally on UniMas. Nemeth has scored three goals against Dallas this year in three games in all competitions.