They did it again.
After walking away from CenturyLink Field with all three points in 2014, Columbus Crew SC beat the Seattle Sounders again on Saturday night and in the process beat Sigi Schmid's team for the first time at home.
The stars of the show were Kei Kamara, Federico Higuain and Emanuel Pogatetz, but the whole team showed just how entertaining Gregg Berhalter's system could be. Both fullbacks collected assists and the front four's movement was outstanding to watch all night.
Read on to find out who else made the Team of the Week:
GK: Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake) – The MLS legend followed up a clean sheet on Wednesday with his 100th win with RSL on Saturday, as he made two crucial saves in RSL's 2-1 win over Chicago.
D: Raul Rodriguez (Houston Dynamo) – The usual center back moved out to the right on Sunday and performed splendidly in the Dynamo's 2-1 victory over TFC.
D: Emanuel Pogatetz (Columbus Crew SC) – "Mad Dog" had perhaps his best game in MLS on Saturday night. Not only did he help contain the Sounders attack, but he had a couple passes that cut out much of the Sounders defense.
D: Kemar Lawrence (New York Red Bulls) – The Jamaican has not allowed Roy Miller to get back in the lineup, as he showed why he needs to be one of the first names on the teamsheet again on Sunday vs. NYCFC.
M: Fabian Castillo (FC Dallas) – Had more than his usual share of accelerations and dribbles which put the Galaxy backline on its heels and created dangerous opportunities in Dallas' 2-1 win over LA.
M: Mauro Diaz (FC Dallas) – Went 90 minutes for the first time since April 2014 – and fans were thankful that he did. His superb vision created both Dallas goals.
M: Pedro Morales (Vancouver Whitecaps) –This guy is the heartbeat of the 'Caps. Made a great run and netted a savvy finish on his goal. Displayed good game management throughout Vancouver's 3-0 trouncing of the Union, and even assisted Mattocks' late goal.
M: Federico Higuain (Columbus Crew SC) – Pipa was up to his old tricks throughout the match against the Sounders and even contributed a goal of his own.
F: Giles Barnes (Houston Dynamo) – Sure, he missed a PK on Tuesday night. But his second half against TFC was dominating, and his 70-yard run led to Will Bruin's game-winning goal.
F: Bradley Wright-Phillips (New York Red Bulls) – Scored two, could’ve (should’ve) had a third and also put in the work needed as RBNY’s lone striker. Continues to be one of the league’s clutch performers.
F: Kei Kamara (Columbus Crew SC) – Ho hum, just another two goals for the former SKC striker. He has proven to be one of the best signings of the winter.
Coach: Gregg Berhalter (Columbus Crew SC) – Had his team in bright form on Saturday night, as his team displayed his free-flowing style to perfection.
Bench: David Ousted (Vancouver Whitecaps), Hector Jimenez (Columbus Crew SC), Nat Borchers (Portland Timbers), Perry Kitchen (D.C. United), Jordan Allen (Real Salt Lake), Diego Valeri (Portland Timbers), Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders)