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While the whole world is fixed on the World Cup, the MLS is already going strong into their 18th week, and captivating loyal fans with breath taking goals like the one from 21-year old American prospect Jack McInerney of the Montreal Impact, who finished a Michael Farfan cross into the middle of the penalty box, with an out of this world precision while having his back against the goal.
Jack McInerney golazo makes Canadian fans forget about World Cup
06/30/2014
 
Jun 29, 2014; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Impact forward Jack McInerney (99) celebrates his goal against Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall (1) during the first half at the Stade Saputo. Mandatory Credit: Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sport

While the whole world is fixed on the World Cup, the MLS is already going strong into their 18th week and captivating loyal fans with breathtaking goals like the one from 21-year old American prospect Jack McInerney of the Montreal Impact. Jack Mac finished a Michael Farfan cross into the middle of the penalty box with an out-of-this-world precision while having his back against the goal.

People will be quick to say that this goal was nothing more than a fluke, but at this level, are there really any coincidences? Of course there are, but the chance is created through training and discipline. Perfection that MLS strives for and delivers every time a Thierry Henry scores a bicycle kick and every time a relatively unknown Tennessee boy  makes our jaws drop like he did yesterday.


Montreal Impact ended up winning that game 3-0 and registering only their third win of the season. Hopefully for IMFC, McInerney' screamer will inspire the Canadian team to go further.

 
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