Score: Sounders FC 0 vs. New England Revolution 5
Site: Gillette Stadium
Records: Sounders FC (7-3-1, 22 points); Revolution (5-3-2, 17 points)
Man of the Match: Osvaldo Alonso played his 150th match for Sounders FC on Sunday. While it was far from a memorable experience, it was still a milestone appearance for the Seattle midfielder. The four-time club MVP is atop Sounders FC's all-time appearance list with a 31-match cushion over Brad Evans and Fredy Montero, who are tied for second with 119.
Telling Stat: 47.25. Diego Fagundez has scored four goals in 189 minutes over three matches against Sounders FC, averaging a goal every 47.25 minutes against Seattle. His two goals on Sunday came just 12 minutes apart in the first half as the 19-year-old tallied his first two goals of the season.
What You Missed: Seattle dominated the opening minutes of the match, which was key in the club's third match in nine days after flying cross-country. Two shots on goal in that stretch looked promising for Sounders FC, but it was unable to convert on a third-minute shot from Lamar Neagle or a fifth-minute header by Obafemi Martins, leaving the door open for the Revs and the home side took advantage with five goals in 32 minutes.
So What: Sounders FC's five-match winning streak came to an end and now it will return home to face the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, looking to remain first in the race for the Supporters' Shield.