2. Martín Ojeda
The Martín Ojeda experience is an interesting case study in perception vs. reality. It feels from the outside that Ojeda is off to a slow and frustrating start to his career in MLS. Maybe that's true, but the Argentine forward is also tied for the team lead in goal contributions with six (three goals, three assists).
Ojeda added that third goal against the Herons. He made an opportunistic, darting run in behind the back line and showed class in the box to slot home his breakaway chance. Ojeda needs to bury these chances more consistently, but he continues to get into excellent chances. Saturday was an example of what it looks like when Ojeda makes good.