Watch Seattle's Raul Ruidiaz score an absolutely filthy goal vs. Atlanta

Raul Ruidiaz - Seattle Sounders - Celebrate

With the clock about to hit the hour mark, Sunday's heavyweight showdown between the Seattle Sounders and Atlanta United needed a goal to liven things up. And boy, did Raul Ruidiaz deliver.

The Peruvian striker used one touch with his chest two take two Atlanta defenders out of the play before beating Miles Robinson with an absolutely filthy sombrero before lashing a volley past Brad Guzan to break the deadlock:

Ruidiaz, who joined the Sounders as a big-money Designated Player signing in last summer's Secondary Transfer Window, has been everything Sounders fans could've hoped for in his year with the club. The goal was the Peruvian international's seventh of 2019 in 11 games to go with one assist and marked a perfect return to life in Rave Green after he missed the last four games for his club while with Peru in the Copa América. In all, Ruidiaz now has 17 goals in 25 MLS regular-season games, just the kind of return the Sounders would've hoped for from one of their most expensive players.