For the first time in over 20 years, Major League Soccer is atop CONCACAF.
In the Concacaf Champions League, fans stuck around with much happiness and joy as the MLS’ Seattle Sounders beat Pumas UNAM 3-0 (5-2 overall) in the finals to win the league title.
The game was led by Raul Ruidiaz, who hit 2 of the 1st two goals for the team to put them comfortably ahead. Nicholas Lodeiro pitched in with a goal in the 88th minute for good measure.
The last time the league was won by a franchise in the American-based league was in 2000 where the LA Galaxy bested Olimpia in the finals.
They will take their momentum back to the MLS where they face FC Dallas this Saturday, before competing in the US Open Cup versus San Jose next week.