Tuesday Apr 12, 2016. 13:42
Nigerian striker Fanendo Adi has continued to rise and shine in the Major League Soccer as he set a new goal-scoring record in MLS history as well as a new one for his team Portland Timbers.
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The big striker's goal in a 1-1 draw at LA Galaxy last weekend mean he has scored ten goals in his last ten regular season matches in the MLS beginning with his brace on Sept. 26, 2015, marking the most goals in MLS during that span.
Adi's goal in the same game was his fifth career goal against LA Galaxy. That ties for the most goals by a Timbers player against a single MLS club.
He has done same against Real Salt Lake, Valeri has achieved that against Chivas USA, and Darlington Nagbe against FC Dallas.