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After the Portland Timbers took a 2–0 lead over the Columbus Crew in Sunday’s MLS Cup, fans of the Crew threw garbage at a group of players celebrating on the field.

By SI Wire
December 06, 2015

After the Portland Timbers took a 2–0 lead over the Columbus Crew in Sunday’s MLS Cup, fans of the Crew threw garbage at a group of players celebrating on the field.

After Diego Valeri scored the fastest goal in MLS Cup history, just 28 seconds into the contest, Rodney Wallace scored on a diving header to put Portland up 2–0.

Afterwards, the field was littered with trash thrown in the direction of Wallace, and other Timbers.

You can see the bottles fall to the ground at the end of this video:

Kei Kamara scored for the Crew shortly after to make the game 2–1 .

- Kenny Ducey

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