The Portland Timbers won their third consecutive regular-season match in Seattle, defeating the Sounders, 2-1, Sunday night. Here are three key #StatMan takeaways from the match.
1 Eryk Williamson score his first goal as a member of the Timbers. The 23-year-old midfielder is the first Timbers player in MLS play to score his first goal for the club away at Seattle.
9 With his give-and-go assist on Williamson's goal, Diego Valeri now has nine assists against the Sounders. That is the most assists in the rivalry for either club in Portland's MLS era.
3 Forward Felipe Mora delivered the game-winning goal by scoring for the third match in nine days and third in as many games. Mora is the first Timbers player ever to score in three different regular-season games in fewer than 10 days.