By now, all of our readers know that the results of what happened during the game. But not only did the Sounders win on the field last night, they won off it as well. Over the course of a few hours last night, and even throughout the day today, the Sounders’ social media team has released some high-quality content celebrating the win, Portland’s loss, and even their current playoff spot.
If you’re not like me and don’t spend countless hours refreshing Twitter or Instagram all day, then you may have missed some of their posts. Don’t worry, I’ll recap them below.
Hold This ‘L’
portLLLLand pic.twitter.com/v4xdpqzV1B— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) August 27, 2018
The Sounders social media team really put the LLLL in portLLLLand. Want your own gif of this to send to your favorite Portland friend? Find it here.
WWWWWWWinner, WWWWWWWinner Chicken Dinner!
Our bio is getting kinda long. ♂️#SoundersMatchday | #PORvSEA pic.twitter.com/z1S3x1Mv0Q— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) August 27, 2018
A little housekeeping never bothered hurt. Got to make sure to convey the most accurate information at all times.
The Drive Home
All in a day's work... let's head home. pic.twitter.com/zofUuEEPEf— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) August 27, 2018
Probably the video with the most elements of surprise. I’ve watched it at least 74 times and still am surprised by things.
A Party at Providence
A party at Providence. #PORvSEA pic.twitter.com/lppIe3Ea6Z— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) August 27, 2018
You know the relief you felt when the ref finally blew the final whistle? This one shows the players and coaches feeling that too.
Movin’ On Up
Floating above the red line. pic.twitter.com/oOr2qS9pPm— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) August 27, 2018
This will make you dance where ever you are.
Two Days Off
Three points.... and two days off!— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) August 28, 2018
Experience the scene from the locker room after Sunday's epic win in Portland. #PORvSEA pic.twitter.com/khBJBMV1ft
How can you not love this team?
It feels good to win every game, but beating Portland is so much better.