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Seattle’s A City Of Champions Once Again, The Sounders Win The MLS Cup

Sounders MLS Cup

The Sounders are MLS Cup champions for the second time in franchise history, defeating Toronto FC, 3-1, in front of a raucous 69,274 fans at CenturyLink Field. The Sounders said a MLS Cup win at home could establish the team as one of the league’s greatest. Seattle did its part, beginning with its first goal in championship-game history when defender Kelvin Leerdam scored in the 57th minute off a service from Raul Ruidiaz. Ruidiaz, who led the team during the regular season in scoring, capped the game with a goal in the 90th minute. It was Ruidiaz’s first title game.

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Seattle Sounders Champions

A league-record 73,019 fans watched the Atlanta United defeat the Portland Timbers for the 2018 MLS Cup at the United’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. When added with Sunday’s total at CenturyLink Field, the 142,293 fans is more than those that attended the previous five championship games combined (137,026).

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