Playing in front of a hostile crowd at Jeld-Wen Field, Fredy Montero stepped up on multiple occasions to help his Seattle Sounders erase deficits. His two goals were key in helping the Sounders take down arch-rival Portland on Sunday, which is why Montero was an easy pick for this week's SBI MLS Player of the Week honors.
Montero beat out David Beckham, who had his own stellar performance with a goal and assist in Los Angeles' win against Chicago, as well as Dwayne DeRosario, who scored the lone goal in D.C. United's win against New York.
Montero hit a beautiful free-kick goal, then netted a late equalizer to make the score 2-2 before Osvaldo Alonso's game-winning penalty kick.
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