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SBI MLS Team of the Week: Seattle Sounders


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If Saturday’s performance is anything to go by, the Seattle Sounders continue to be the class of the Western Conference.

Led by goals from Lamar Neagle, Obafemi Martins and Leo Gonzalez, the Sounders thrashed a fellow contender in FC Dallas, 3-0, while earning recognition as SBI MLS Team of the Week.

After standing tall through a difficult first half, the Sounders finally got their breakthrough early in the second through Neagle, who rocketed home a 25-yard shot to kickstart the onslaught. A goal from the mask-wearing Obafemi Martins followed 18 minutes later, before the substitute Gonzalez added quite the exclamation point by finding the back of the net for the first time since 2010.

The victory further asserts the Sounders’ dominance atop the West, while also earning the team SBI MLS Team of the Week honors over New York City FC and the New England Revolution.

What did you think of the Sounders’ performance? Which team stood out to you this past weekend?

Share your thoughts below.


  1. Neagle seems to be playing better, I wonder if that has anything to do with Thomas’ addition…

    This is such a fun team to watch 90% of the time.

    • Another one. Neagle. He can start on the SS winners last year, but couldn’t play for the last place team.

      Why did Montreal not get that?

  2. The Sounders are always the deepest team in MLS and it is showing this season with them in first place inspite of the injuries and absences.

    Frei might be the best in MLS. Definitely most underrated.
    Why did Toronto not get that?

    Chad Marshall has to win the fourth Defender of the Year title, how is he not seeing Nat team time?
    Why did Columbus not get that?


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