Omar Cummings (right) has won the AT&T Goal of the Week for Matchday 24, the first such award for a Rapids player this season.
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Cummings wins AT&T Goal of the Week

On a day when most people thought Thierry Henry stole the show with a fancy finish for the second goal of his MLS career, it was red-hot Colorado Rapids stiker Omar Cummings who actually won the fans' hearts with a display of his own.

Cummings' left-footed strike from 35 yards out against the New York Red Bulls last Saturday was voted the AT&T Goal of the Week for Matchday 24, giving the Rapids their first such award of the season. The goal was the ninth of the season for Cummings and his fourth in the Rapids' last three games as they continue their push to reach the postseason.

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Cummings garnered nearly 47 percent of the vote, topping Henry's nifty give-and-go finish with midfielder Joel Lindpere, which earned roughly 41.5 percent. Goals by New York's Tim Ream, LA's Dema Kovalenko and Chivas USA's Justin Braun rounded out the field, each with less than six percent of the vote.

Previous 2010 AT&T Goal of the Week Winners

Week 22: Dane Richards, New York Red Bulls (Watch here.)

Week 21: Rafa Márquez, New York Red Bulls (Watch here.)

Week 20: Javier Morales, Real Salt Lake (Watch here.)

Week 19: Fredy Montero, Seattle Sounders (Watch here.)

Week 18: Sebastien Le Toux, Philadelphia Union (Watch here.)

Week 17: Ned Grabavoy, Real Salt Lake (Watch here.)

Week 16: Roger Levesque, Seattle Sounders (Watch here.)

Week 15: David Ferreira, FC Dallas (Watch here.)

Week 14: Juninho, Los Angeles (Watch here.)

Week 13: Juan Pablo Angel, New York Red Bulls (Watch here.)

Week 12: Kei Kamara, Kansas City Wizards (Watch here.)

Week 11: Leo Gonzalez, Seattle Sounders (Watch here.)

Week 10: Shea Salinas, Philadelphia Union (Watch here.)

Week 9: Dominic Oduro, Houston Dynamo (Watch here.)

Week 8: Danny Mwanga, Philadelphia Union (Watch here.)

Week 7: Logan Pause, Chicago Fire (Watch here.)

Week 6: Chris Wondolowski, San Jose Earthquakes (Watch here.)

Week 5: Fredy Montero, Seattle Sounders FC (Watch here.)

Week 4: Lovel Palmer, Houston Dynamo (Watch here.)

Week 3: Marco Pappa, Chicago Fire (Watch here.)

Week 2: Kenny Mansally, New England Revolution (Watch here.)

Week 1: Javier Morales, Real Salt Lake (Watch here.)

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