David Villa's incredible goal helped New York City to an MLS win, while Vancouver Whitecaps were also victorious on Friday.
Villa's stunner from about 50 yards sealed a 2-0 win for City against struggling Philadelphia Union.
The former Spain and Barcelona forward struck from distance after Jack Harrison had opened the scoring early in the second half.
Villa nudged a defender away before his outrageous right-footed attempt from just inside the attacking half, which left Union goalkeeper Andre Blake scrambling and unable to keep it out.
The win lifted City - who have three victories in six games this season - into top spot in the Eastern Conference, which the Union are bottom of.
Vancouver claimed their second win of the campaign by beating Seattle Sounders 2-1.
Fredy Montero headed in a Cristian Techera cross in the 65th minute to score against his former club.
The Colombian's close-range header with 10 minutes left doubled the lead and meant Vancouver were winners despite Will Bruin's late effort.
Meanwhile, Dallas remain unbeaten despite conceding late in a 1-1 draw against San Jose Earthquakes.