There aren't too many players in the world who are better in tighter spaces than Obafemi Martins. The Seattle Sounders' magician was at it again on Sunday.
The play started when Nelson Haedo Valdez got behind the Portland Timbers' defense on a nice over-the-top pass from Tyrone Mears. But Valdez wasn't able to control it cleanly and actually had his pass intercepted. The Timbers were unable to clear the danger, though, and Martins found himself near the ball.
Rather than try to describe what happened next, just watch:
That was Martins' 10th goal of the season in just his 14th appearance.
Here's a longer look at the goal: