Seattle had been waiting for 10 years and the Sounders made it all the better by winning a 3-1 victory over Toronto FC in the MLS Cup final on Sunday. midday.
In front of a crowd of 69,274 spectators, a record for a sporting event presented at CenturyLink Field, the locals scored twice in the second half to win a first home title and a second in the club's history.
This is a sweet revenge for the Sounders who lost 2-0 to Toronto FC in the final in 2017.
It was Seattle's second triumph on the Reds, however, as the two teams also played in the finals in 2016, a game that turned in favor of the Sounders.
The first goal of the Sounders is almost an accident since Toronto FC dominated the game since the return of the locker room.
Things changed in the 57th minute when Kelvin Leerdam snapped a shot that fell to Justin Morrow's knee, leaving no chance for poor Quentin Westberg.
The Torontonians then opened the game to get the tying goal, which disrupted them.
Victor Rodriguez came to strike the blow of club by striking vigorously a ball pointed in its direction by Nicolas Lodeiro to double the advance of the premises to the 76th.
Raul Ruidiaz added the icing on the cake with a superb run to beat Mavinga's speed and lodge the ball over Westberg's head in the 90th. Ruidiaz's fourth goal made him the best scorer in the 2019 series. He also had a pass on Leerdam's goal.
Jozy Altidore with a header in stoppage time (90 + 3) deprived Stefan Frein of the shutout.
Even though the visitors got two-thirds possession of the ball in the first half, we were treated to relatively balanced play.
The Torontonians, however, took control of the left lane thanks to the efforts of Nicolas Benezet and Jonathan Osorio, the two most restless players for the Reds.
In the Sounders camp, we hardly saw Nicolas Lodeiro, completely engulfed on the right while Jordan Morris was doing the job on the left without getting a lot of balloons.
It was only in the last quarter of the first half that the game really began to open. And it was in the last 15 minutes that we saw the best chances for both teams, Stefan Frei stretching his hand on a good shot from Benezet and Quentin Westberg standing in front of a Raul Ruidiaz left alone in front of him.
Greg Vanney decided to employ Omar Gonzalez in central defense even though he had not played a single game for a month and in the playoffs.
So he left out Laurent Ciman who had done a good job so far with Chris Mavinga.
Without putting his team in trouble, Gonzalez often seemed to be struggling and was often taken speed.
This is especially sad for Ciman who had good series before being left out for the final game of the season.