From comebacks to redemption, 2017 MLS season was not less than any roller coaster ride. This season gave fans some striking moments to treasure for a lifetime. The MLS regular season began on March 3, 2017, and concluded on October 22, 2017. It was soon followed by the MLS CUP Playoffs that ended with MLS Cup 2017 on December 9, 2017.

Here, let’s look at some of the best moments from MLS 2017:

source url Toronto FC’s Sweet redemption

Toronto FC was out for a revenge and they took it after clinching the 2017 MLS CUP.  Their year-long redemption tour ended at their home ground after defeating the Seattle Sounders in a much dramatic fashion.

 

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After missing the final 10 games of the 2016 regular season and the entirety of the Sounders’ run to the MLS Cup title, Dempsey made his 2017 debut on Opening Day and that too with scoring a goal. He was also named 2017 MLS Comeback Player of the Year 2017.

“It is a grind. You don’t want to just be back and not make an impact. If I can find that right balance, then I know that the remaining years I have, will be good ones.”- Dempsey told in an interview.

http://talentgallery.se/?kopse=Viagra-k%C3%B6pa-flashback&b85=87 Stefan Frei memorable save at MLS CUP finals

Stefan Frei was standing like a wall and disappointed Toronto FC in the MLS Cup finals almost every time they tried to score a goal.

With Toronto’s Jozy Altidore first goal in the 67th minute, the record-long scoreless streak came to an end. It was the first goal that Sounders had allowed since Oct. 1st against the Philadelphia Union, a stretch over six full matches.

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Atlanta United’s match against Orlando City SC at Mercedes-Benz Stadium witnessed a record-breaking attendance of 70,425 fans. The record was previously held by the LA Galaxy, who drew 69,255 fans to the Rose Bowl in their first-ever game in 1996.

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Can you play football on a snowy field? They did! When Minnesota United FC made their MLS debut as a home side, it was fittingly the coldest game in league history.

Atlanta won by 6-1 in a game which was a total footwork debacle.

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