Video from the stands at Mapfre stadium, as the PORTLAND TIMBERS WIN THE 2015 MLS CUP!
This is from the Columbus point of view, but there's plenty of good Timbers/Timbers Army content. And (spoiler alert) the ending is pretty nice.
Newcomer Chris Klute, picked up today by the Portland from the Columbus Crew, had a pretty good 2013 season for the Colorado Rapids. He was voted the team's Defensive Player of the Year and lead the team with seven assists over the course of the season from his spot at left back. You'll have to suffer through 38 other Rapids goals to get to them, but you can find all seven of those assists in this video.
This was the scene at the Portland Timbers watch party out at the Crystal Ballroom as the Timbers won the Western Conference. Those are some pretty darn excited people.
You might remember Copa90's sensational video of the Timbers' 4-1 demolition of the Seattle Sounders earlier this year; well that wasn't the only thing they shot while in Portland. Get more of that sweet, sweet rivalry video as Copa90's KickTV examine its roots in this Portland-centric video.
Apparently it is all about Darlington Nagbe today. First his first call up to the USMNT was announced, then it was announced that he won the MLS Fair Play Award, and now we are re-watching his Goal of the Year strike from all the way back in 2011.
You want goals? The Portland Timbers have got goals. More goals than you can shake a stick at. Diego Chara has a goal. Darlington Nagbe has a goal. Maximiliano Urruti has a goal. Fanendo Adi is having a two for the price of one special on goals. Goals!
Nat Borchers has a challenge for the Timbers Army and dances to deliver it.
Ridgewell is clearly committed. Melano is a little nervous and rigid, but has the eyes. Gleeson seems to embrace the plucky sidekick role.
TA Seattle away.