It was a decent night for NYCFC’s still-new no.9 too, with Héber having himself a time in front of goal. Both goals!
Héber walked the Man of the Match vote, despite scoring the first of two NYCFC own goals, showing what a great performance he had.
The first goal was a test of his predatory instincts as he arrived into the box at the perfect time to tap home NYC’s second goal of the night, while his second goal, City's fourth, was a feat of stunning technique, as he cushioned the cross and volleyed into the bottom corner.
That’s six goals now for the Brazilian striker who is proving to be one of the league’s most clinical marksmen.