Tigres went down to 10 men just before half, and Sigi came out of the break in a 3-5-2 to utilize the man advantage. That freed the 19-year-old DeAndre Yedlin, who had a slow first half, to rip down the right side and tear open Tigres' hapless defense. His first goal was a masterful volley that will probably show up on some end-of-year top goals lists. Here's that beast-job.
And the third, the winning goal, came from a brilliantly quick run from Eddie Johnson, who slotted home from a stupid angle that the keeper, in fairness, should've done more with.
But Djimi Traore's strike between those two... holy crap. I don't know what's crazier, that he uncorked this shot at all or that it came within 10 minutes of Yedlin's. Whoof. What a night for Sounders fans.
- Will Parchman