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Top 5 Playoff Games – No. 1 | Twellman’s bike wins third straight conference crown

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – One of the most iconic players in New England Revolution history scored the club’s most iconic goal in their most iconic win over their fiercest rival, and that’ll land you the number one spot on the list of the top five playoff games in Revolution history.

Taylor Twellman scored 101 regular-season goals for the Revs and added 10 more in the playoffs, but by far his most memorable strike came in the 2007 Eastern Conference Championship against the Chicago Fire.

On a chilly, windy night in Foxborough, Twellman attempted to latch onto a 38th-minute cross from Wells Thompson, only to pop his header straight up into the air.