By William Gray
TORONTO—In their typical scrappy fashion, the Colorado Rapids clawed their way to a 2-1 win in extra time to claim their first MLS Cup.
On Sunday night at BMO Field in Toronto, the Rapids encapsulated their entire season in one physical, gutsy performance that brought the MLS Cup to Colorado.
Early, the game looked as though it would go the way of a pre-written MLS script.
Recently named league MVP, David Ferreira, scored on a well-timed cross from Dallas midfielder Marvin Chavez.
With a win, Dallas would also claim their first MLS Cup with the MVP in tow.
Chavez would of course be named finals MVP, and Colorado would probably look into changing their logo or colors again.
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