The LA Galaxy forward followed his two-goal, two-assist performance against New England on Wednesday with another strike at Kansas City on Saturday.
Entering this past week, Robbie Keane had gone four games without a goal — his longest MLS drought in more than two years.
It didn't take long for him to get back on a roll.
The LA Galaxy striker scored in the 10th minute of what turned into a 5-1 win against New England on Wednesday, as Keane finished that match with two goals and two assists. The captain then notched his 10th goal of the season Saturday in the Galaxy's 2-1 loss at Sporting Kansas City.
The performances earned Keane a spot on Goal USA's MLS Team of the Week. Joining him up top is league scoring leader Bradley Wright-Phillips, who struck against Philadelphia and San Jose to make it a remarkable 16 goals in his past 13 matches. Completing the front line is Darren Mattocks, after the Vancouver Whitecaps striker found net in draws at Toronto and Salt Lake.
Mattocks' teammate David Ousted makes the squad in goal after helping preserve those road points with eight saves over the two matches. Anchoring the back line in front of him is freshly minted designated player Matt Besler, who was characteristically sturdy in 10-man Kansas City's win at Columbus on Wednesday, as well as the triumph over LA on Saturday.
Two Portland Timbers join Besler in the back. Newcomer Liam Ridgewell added stability at center back in Portland's win over Colorado, while fullback Jack Jewsbury provided the assist on Maximiliano Urruti's equalizer.
A pair of D.C. United players make the squad as well following a 3-1 win over Chivas USA. Chris Korb lines up at left back, from where he capped an impressive two-way performance with an assist on Luis Silva's strike. His former Akron teammate Perry Kitchen gets the nod in defensive midfield after scoring his third goal of the season and enjoying a 52-for-56 passing day.
Kansas City's Benny Feilhaber is in the midfield following a pair of spectacular goals — a long-range late winner against Columbus and a dipping free kick versus LA. And Bernardo Anor rounds out the squad after he scored twice from beyond the penalty area in the Crew's 2-1 win over Montreal.