It was a dangerous week to be a ranked men's soccer team from the state of Michigan. Akron upset No. 4 Michigan State 4-1, Portland stunned No. 9 Western Michigan 4-1, and Oakland defeated No. 20 Michigan. That should lead to some significant changes in the next edition of the United Soccer Coaches poll.

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Here are the best goals from Week 5 of men's soccer action.

Jean-Christophe Koffi, Virginia

Jean-Christophe Koffi scored as heroic of a goal as you'll see in soccer. He broke a 1-1 tie with a game-winning goal as time expired against Davidson. The ball bounced off two defenders and into the goal, giving the Cavaliers the win.

Thomas Ueland, Notre Dame

In a major ACC contest, No. 7 Notre Dame and No. 10 Virginia played to a 1-1 draw after Thomas Ueland tied the game in the 52nd minute with this beautiful left-footed strike that found the upper-90 of the goal.

Zach Wright, North Carolina

Zach Wright capitalized on a poor clearance by Winthrop's goalkeeper and he placed a shot off the right goal post and into the goal in the Tar Heels'4-0 win. You can watch the goal beginning at the 0:25 mark below.

Griffin Dorsey, Indiana

The No. 1-ranked Hoosiers shut out Santa Clara and Griffin Dorsey put the finishing touches on the win with Indiana's fifth and final goal of the game.

Abdi Mohamed, Ohio State

Ohio State struck first in a 2-2 draw in double overtime with Detroit Mercy as Abdi Mohamedd scored his third goal of the season after finishing off a back-heel flick from Nate Kohl.

Quentin Pearson, Washington

Washington ended the longest home winning streak in Division I men's soccer with a 2-0 win against rival Seattle. Quentin Pearson scored the game's final goal on this diving header.

Sebastian Elney, Maryland

With a 3-0 win over Northwestern, Maryland is undefeated in its last 27 regular season matches. Sebastian Elney scored the game-winner with a laser of a shot off of a rebound.

Tate Schmitt, Louisville

Louisville won its third straight ACC match after a 1-0 win over Duke. Tate Schmitt scored the game-winner in the 41st minute after making a run into the box and beating the keeper to his left.

Declan McCabe, Georgetown

The Hoyas improved to 7-1-1 after a 2-1 win over Marquette. Declan McCabe scored the game-winner for Georgetown in the 16th minute after making a run down the right side of the field and beating the keeper 1-on-1.