Raul Ruidias showed a new goal in the MLS, this time overtaking the Sounders in Seattle when he visited Austin FC. The national striker hit a volleyball near midfield and stole applause from locals and strangers at Q2 Stadium.
The Sounders had to appear ‘play’ to get a new win in the regular season of the American tournament.
The national striker was a substitute, and when coach Brian Schmeitzer ordered his entry to replace Samuel Adenron, he waited patiently for 54 minutes to return to the bench.
Not even 15 minutes passed, and Ruidias found a great way to highlight the ‘sounders’. At 67 ‘he advanced again, controlling his chest near the center circle of the field and sent the ball into the Austin FC nets, where the match goalkeeper hung in a spectacular way.
Thanks to the Peruvian beautiful scores, the Seattle Saunders were able to win by a very small margin and lead the MLS Western Conference with 32 points.
In this way, Ruidias is again the highest scorer in the tournament with 11 wins. One goal away is Mexican Javier Ciccarito Hernandez.