In case you forgot already, the Sounders scored four goals in 27 minutes to come from three goals down to beat D.C. United 4-3.
Sadly, Nicolas Lodeiro will miss the next game because of the red card he picked up late in the game.
Also, the Sounders did something no MLS team has ever done before.
Historic.@SoundersFC are the first team in league history to overcome a 3-goal deficit to win a game in regulation time (4916 games).— Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 20, 2017
Seattle is now in sixth place — even though they are tied for fourth with Portland and Vancouver.
MLS returned to action on Wednesday night. New York City FC and Toronto FC battled to a 2-2 draw. It looked like NYCFC would take home all three points, but a late converted penalty by Toronto gave the road team a valuable point.
Minnesota United FC and the Houston Dynamo played to an interesting 0-0 draw. Minnesota had 65.9% possession but only managed a total of four shots, three on target. Houston ended the game with 19 shots but only four on target. Got to get them on frame if you want to score.
Atlanta United FC and Orlando City SC will play each other for the first time ever on Friday. Some Atlanta fans used the Pulse night club tragedy to trash talk.
In response, Atlanta United issue a statement regarding fan behavior.
New England Revolution owner Robert Kraft has been named an honorary chairman of the United States Bid Committee for the 2026 World Cup.
The Portland Timbers and Real Salt Lake game ended 10 v 9, but Salt Lake walked out of Providence Park with a 4-1 win. Portland will take on Vancouver this weekend without Fanendo Adi after he received a red card.
Things got a little weird early in the second half. Watch for yourself. I never thought I would hear a soccer broadcast talk about a player having his...um...well, just watch.
It’s hard to believe that the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League is already underway. Celtic and Legia Warsaw both advanced to the next round by completely destroying their competition.