Seattle - Obafemi Martins has been named Major League Soccer
(MLS) player of the week after scoring a brace for Seattle Sounders in a week
24 game of the current US league season, Futaa.com reports.
Martins scored twice and provided an assist in a 4-2 away
victory over Portland Timbers on Sunday.
Martins’ second goal has been described as a cheat goal with
resemblance to football video-games in which cheat codes can throw up
Martins is being named the player of the week for the second
time since his sojourn in the United States, earning the first honours in Week
29 of the 2013 season.
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