MLS Team of the Week - Round 2

The season is a mere two weeks old, but already's MLS team of the week has some familiar faces.

Kasey Keller (Seattle Sounders): The 40-year-old has yet to concede in Major League Soccer action.


Mariano Trujillo (Chivas USA): The Mexican has fit right into the pace of MLS, providing a quick and clever release out of the backline for Chivas USA.

Chad Marshall (Columbus Crew): Wasn't at fault for Gino Padula's atrocious own-goal, and other than that kept theToronto FC attack quiet.

Tyrone Marshall (Seattle Sounders FC): Jeff Parke joined USL-1 side Vancouver Whitecaps rather than try to steal Marshall's starting spot.


Darren Huckerby (San Jose Earthquakes): The first half of the Houston Dynamo game belonged to this man's pace and vision.

Shalrie Joseph (New England Revolution): With all of the club's reliable attacking weapons out, Steve Nicol desperately turned to Joseph for offensive output, and he provided it with a gloriously flicked assist in the 90th minute.

Clint Mathis (Real Salt Lake): Some of his through-balls were sublime, and should have been finished much better.

Osvaldo Alonso (Seattle Sounders FC): Alsonso 1 - 0 Morales.

Arturo Alvarez (San Jose Earthquakes): A goal and an assist in three minutes, both of the highest quality, set the tone for the rest of the match.


Fredy Montero (Seattle Sounders FC): Did you see that ball swerve? Delicious.

Macoumba Kandji (New York Red Bulls): Was playing the game at a completely different pace than the New England Revolution defense.

Trujillo  -  Marshall  -  Marshall
Joseph - Alonso
Alvarez  -  Mathis  -  Huckerby
Montero - Kandji


Danny Cepero (New York Red Bulls), Kevin Alston (New England Revolution), Shavar Thomas (Chivas USA), Sam Cronin (Toronto FC), Brad Davis (Houston Dynamo), Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Columbus Crew), Ryan Johnson (San Jose Earthquakes)

Zac Lee Rigg,