The Seattle Sounders FC maintained their undefeated status and outstanding leader of the Western Conference at the completion of this Sunday the sixth day of the Professional Soccer League (MLS) from the United States.
Although this time the Sounders They could not get the victory, if they secured a draw (1-1) in their field against Atlanta United and extended the mark to 17 points (5-2-0), three more than their direct rivals, Sporting Kansas City (4 -1-3), who beat the San Jose Earthquakes 1-3 on the road.
The Sounders also held the league’s best record.
While in the Eastern Conference, the New England Revolution, with the Spanish Carles Gil as the brain at the helm of the game, came back from a goal against and beat the New York Red Bulls 3-1 to follow outstanding leaders in the Eastern Conference at add 14 points (4-2-1) and have two more than Orlando City (3-3-0).
In the scorers’ section, the Latin American role was complete with decisive goals in each of the games and three players who finished with winning doubles.
The Mexican international striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernández, of the Los Angeles Galaxy, this time had the gunpowder wet and could not prevent his team from being thrashed by visitors 3-0 against the Portland Timbers, but he continues to lead with seven goals in his to have.
One more of those who have the Peruvian striker Raúl Ruidíaz (6), a forward for Sounders FC, who occupies the second place in the standings, after scoring the goal that would ultimately serve the team to tie.
– Results of the sixth day:
. Saturday 22 May
Montreal Impact 1 FC Cincinnati 2
Portland Timbers 3 Los Angeles Galaxy 0
Chicago Fire 1 Inter Miami 0
Orlando City 1 Toronto FC 0
New York City 1 Columbus Crew 2
FC Dallas 2 Real Salt Lake 2
New England Revolution 3 New York Red Bulls 1
Houston Dynamo 2 Vancouver Whitecaps 1
San Jose Earthquakes 1 Sporting Kansas City 3
LAFC 2 Colorado Rapids 1
. Sunday 23 May
Seattle Sounders FC 1 Atlanta United 1
D.C.United 0 Philadelphia Union 1
Nashville SC 1 Austin FC 0