The best goals of MLS week 34 - ranked

Los Angeles Galaxy's Chicharito scored in the last regular-season game.
Los Angeles Galaxy's Chicharito scored in the last regular-season game. / Shaun Clark/GettyImages
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The 2022 Major League Soccer campaign has officially come to a close. Sunday's Decision Day action marked the last of the regular-season fun, making way for the highly anticipated playoffs.

Clubs battled for the last ticket into the postseason, seeing players give it all on the attack and provide some stunning strikes.

Here's all the great Decision Day goals you missed...

5. Kristian Fletcher (vs. FC Cincinnati)

To start, we have a rookie! Kristian Fletcher marked his Major League Soccer debut with a goal in D.C. United's last game of the season.

The player connected with teammate José Antonio Alfaro Vázquez, before receiving it on the left and sending it to the opposite corner of the net. Though the Black & Red did not qualify for playoffs, the two goals gave fans something to cheer about until they return to action in 2023.

4. Chicharito (vs. Houston Dynamo)

We just had to have one last regular-season goal from Chicharito!

The player's first half goal doubled the tally for the Galaxy, inspiring the 3-1 victory to secure the Western Conference's fourth place slot. The team will now host Nashville SC at Dignity Health Sports Park, securing the edge in the fight to reach the Conference semifinals.

3. Elias Manoel (vs. Charlotte FC)

Elias Manoel was unstoppable against Charlotte. The player scored twice, in the eighth minute and in the second half, securing the three points. But it's his second goal of the game that earns his a spot on this list, connecting with Frankie Amaya to find the back of the net in a stunning manner.

The Red Bulls' 2-0 victory over Charlotte FC established their fourth place spot on the Eastern Conference table, securing a home match during the playoffs. Now, the team will host FC Cincinnati at Red Bull Arena.

2. Riqui Puig (vs. Houston Dynamo)

Another LA Galaxy goal, by none other than Riqui Piug. The recent signing has proven to be quite valuable for the Western Conference giants, helping them reach fourth in the West and make the playoffs.

His goal equalized the game against the Dynamo, giving the Galaxy the necessary boost of energy to finish off the game and end the regular season on a high note before preparing for the playoffs.

1. Dylan Borrero (vs. Chicago Fire)

And at number one, we have Dylan Borrero.

The player scored a stunning goal for the Revolution, curling the right-footed shot into the upper, left corner. Chicago Fire goalkeeper Chris Brady attempted the save, but there was no stopping his strike.

Though the Revolution failed to make the postseason, concluding in 10th place on the Eastern Conference table, the draw against Chicago paves the way for 2023.