This or That: Chiumiento's spin or Hassli's volley?

Super strikes from 'Caps players

Welcome to the latest installment of MLSsoccer.com's "This or That?" It's as simple as it gets: You choose one of two things. Sometimes you might want a third option or a "both" option, but that's not the point. The point is to present either/or question and find out where people's opinions lie.

The Vancouver Whitecaps' first year in MLS may not have gone to plan, but at the very least they've given their fans some thrilling moments. Whether it was the First Kick win over Toronto FC or the impossible comeback against Sporting KC two weeks later, there have been flashes of a team with a flair for the dramatic.

And there have been some remarkable goals along the way. The latest came Saturday evening in New York when Swiss playmaker Davide Chiumiento - after some nice build-up work from teammate Camilo Sanvezzo - produced a spectacular turn-and-volley, giving his side a 1-0 lead over the Red Bulls.

It's a goal anyone in the world would love to have in their highlight clip. But how does it stack up against Eric Hassli's game-tying golazo against Seattle from way back in June?

Here's Chiumiento's effort from Saturday:

WATCH: Chiumiento's spin-and-finish

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And here's Hassli's Goal of the Week winner against the Sounders:

WATCH: Hassli's impossible golazo

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