Luis Robles wins MLS Save of the Week award after double-stop vs. Sounders

A week after being denied the Save of the Week award by less than a percentage point, New York Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles came back and refused to be denied a second time.

Robles earned Week 28's Save of the Week award for his jaw-dropping double-save in the New York Red Bulls' 4-1 thumping of the Seattle Sounders this past Saturday. The veteran goalkeeper won by a landslide, taking more than 61 percent of the vote for his stops on Marco Pappa and Clint Dempsey.

The Red Bulls' No. 1 first blocked a shot from Pappa and then proceeded to somehow incredibly react to swat away a potent point-blank header from Dempsey on the follow-up.

The award was Robles' first of the 2014 campaign.

2014 MLS Save of the Week - Week 28 final votes

1. Luis Robles (NY): 61.44%
2. Steve Clark (CLB): 18.18%
3. Bobby Shuttleworth (NE): 7.92%
4. Tyler Deric (HOU): 6.72%
5. Bill Hamid (DC): 5.74%

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