The Sounders’ Roman Torres, center, hoists the trophy while surrounded by his teammates after Seattle won the MLS Cup final in Toronto on Saturday night. Torres scored the decisive penalty kick after Toronto’s Justin Morrow hit his shot off the crossbar.
The Sounders’ Roman Torres, center, hoists the trophy while surrounded by his teammates after Seattle won the MLS Cup final in Toronto on Saturday night. Torres scored the decisive penalty kick after Toronto’s Justin Morrow hit his shot off the crossbar. Frank Gunn The Associated Press
The Sounders’ Roman Torres, center, hoists the trophy while surrounded by his teammates after Seattle won the MLS Cup final in Toronto on Saturday night. Torres scored the decisive penalty kick after Toronto’s Justin Morrow hit his shot off the crossbar. Frank Gunn The Associated Press

Sounders win first MLS Cup, beating Toronto on penalty kicks

December 10, 2016 10:16 PM

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