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Sinisa Ubiparipovic scored quite a goal for Indy Eleven in the NASL playoffs

And the former RBNY player is headed to his second consecutive NASL Championship game.

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Sinisa Ubiparipovic was drafted by the New York Red Bulls in 2007, and made perhaps his most significant contribution to the club as a starter for all four of RBNY's 2008 playoff games - the team's only run to the MLS Cup final to date.

He was released by RBNY at the end of the 2010 season, and found his way to Montreal Impact, where he was among the players on the club's inaugural MLS roster in 2012.

Since 2014, however, he has been plying his trade in NASL. He was a starter for Ottawa Fury in the 2015 Soccer Bowl, against New York Cosmos. And he can reasonably expect to start the 2016 Soccer Bowl against the same opponent. This time, however, he will be representing Indy Eleven.

And he scored the goal that got his new team to the NASL Championship game.

Ubiparipovic talks through the goal and his injury-afflicted season in the video below.