Who has scored the most winning goals in the 2022 MLS season?

Nothing can emulate the absolute euphoria of a winning goal.

The pure release of joy and relief when the ball hits the back of the net to earn your team three points is unmatched in soccer and, indeed, throughout sport in general.

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And that’s just for the fans. Imagine how the players feel when they score the decisive goal that sends supporters into hysterics and crushes the opposition.

Of course, it’s usually the strikers and forwards who come up with the goods in this regard. And that’s been the case in MLS this season, with some big characters coming up with huge goals.

Players with the same number of winning goals are separated by total goals scored.

  1. Hany Mukhtar, Nashville SC – 6 winning goals (22 total)
  2. Daniel Gazdag, Philadelphia Union6 winning goals (19 total)
  3. Jesus Ferreira, FC Dallas6 winning goals (18 total)
  4. Maxi Urruti, Austin FC – 6 winning goals (9 total)
  5. Diego Rubio, Colorado Rapids5 winning goals (14 total)
  6. Luis Amarilla, Minnesota United – 5 winning goals (9 total)
  7. Cristian Arango, LAFC4 winning goals (16 total)
  8. Romell Quioto, CF Montreal – 4 winning goals (15 total)
  9. Lewis Morgan, New York Red Bulls 4 winning goals (14 total)
  10. Mikael Uhre, Philadelphia Union – 4 winning goals (12 total)

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