The CONCACAF Champions League limited this week’s MLS action, but it did not limit the amount of mind-blowing and face-palming moments that have become synonymous with the league.
Ryan Johnson’s brace propelled the Portland Timbers to their first win of the season. The 37th consecutive sellout at JELD-WEN Field witnessed a 2-0 victory over the Houston Dynamo—cementing MLS’ position as the most competitive and paradoxical league on the planet.
Due to a week off, the Seattle Sounders remain winless. Rave Green have the distinct honor of being the only MLS team to bear that title.
Neither Portland nor Seattle made the list of best and worst of Week 6 in MLS. Read on to find out who did.